CALVIN Abueva of Phoenix is returning to PBA action very soon.
This after the controversial Fuel Master issued a public apology in an Instagram video yesterday for wrongdoings that led to an indefinite suspension slapped on him by the PBA last July.
His apology came three months after he was suspended by the league indefinitely for two separate incidents, including the clothesline hit on TNT import Terrence Jones in a Commissioner’s Cup game last July.
“Ako po ay humihingi ng paumanhin sa mga nagawa ko po dito sa PBA,” said Abueva in the apology directed at the PBA, TNT, his team Phoenix Pulse, Parks, Rivera, and the fans of the league.
The former national player was also sanctioned for lewd gestures directed at Maika Rivera, girlfriend of Blackwater rookie Bobby Ray Parks during a game, also in the Commissioner’s Cup.
Abueva also apologized to PBA commissioner Willie Marcial and the board of governors for his actions that he admitted painted the league in a bad light, particularly that incident with Jones that made the rounds on social media worldwide.
The apology is seen as a sign that the indefinite suspension is on track to being lifted.
Although they welcomed the public apology, some league officials bared that there are still some steps which Abueva must fulfill, based on his talk with Marcial, before the ban is lifted.