Their Fight Is Our Fight is an event put together by the Filipino MMA, FMA, and Boxing community to help raise money for typhoon victims in the Philippines.


TFIOF_CREW (Pictured left to right: Paul Factora, Tamara Suguitan, Shane Del Rosario, Romie Adanza, Mark Munoz, Brandon Vera, Winston Emano)

Their Fight Is Our Fight was created in 2009 by Tamara Suguitan, Paul Factora, and Winston Emano after Typhoon Ondoy hit the Philippines.

Tamara Suguitan – Promoter, Journalist
Tamara is a veteran in bringing the MMA industry together. She is one of the original promoters for the International Mixed Martial Arts Expo (IMMAE) and produced shows in 2007, 2008, and 2009. She has written articles for MMA Sports Magazine and Fight Hype and co-hosted internet TV shows like “MMA with Yac and J” on, and “Gympass with Miss Rara” on She previously co-hosted a show with UFC fighter Nate Quarry on Comcast SportsNet.
Her passion is holistic healing and bringing people together for the highest good.

Paul Factora – Director, Editor
An entertainment industry veteran of nearly two decades, Paul has more than two dozen credits with major entertainment companies including: National Geographic; Warner Brothers; Universal; Sony; and Disney as an Editor and with four independent documentary credits as a Director.
He co-founded “Their Fight Is Our Fight” with Tamara “Miss Rara” Suguitan and Winston Emano, a grassroots, fundraising effort involving the Filipino American MMA community for typhoon relief in the Philippines.
A lifelong martial arts practitioner and passionate about the art of good storytelling.

Winston F. Emano – Producer, Writer
In a span of nearly a decade and half, Winston has represented more than 100 films devising, directing and quarterbacking award-winning theatrical, film festival and awards media campaigns including: Super Size Me; Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle, Mad Hot Ballroom and recently, Linsanity and Rush.
Additionally, his boutique production company has provided exclusive content for broadcast networks and media companies in five continents.
Winston is a founding board director for The Association of Filipino American Arts and Culture and has served on the International Documentary Association’s Awards Screening and Academy Awards Host Committees respectively.