Carlos Hernández and Tabata Morales won their respective fights in the quarterfinals at the Conade 2022 National Games, in Culiacán. Morelos
Carlos Hernández and Tabata Morales won their respective fights in the quarterfinals at the Conade 2022 National Games, in Culiacán.
Morelos boxing is giving something to talk about in Culiacán, Sinaloa, since the entity’s selection has already secured a couple of bronze medals.
However, Carlos Hernández and Tabata the “Tibetan Princess” could make them change color this weekend, at the Conade 2022 National Games.
In the quarterfinal round, Tabata had an impeccable debut by knocking out her counterpart from Baja California Sur, Daniela Salazar, who ended up on the canvas after receiving a withering right hand in the second round.
Carlos David Hernández, a native of the town of Ahuatepec, passed the round of 16 series because his rival in turn did not show up for the fight.
In the quarterfinals, he defeated Josué Rubio from Sinaloa by split decision at the María del Rosario Espinoza Multipurpose Gym.
With these results, both boxers went to the semifinals of the youth category 17-18 years of age, feather division 54-57 kilograms (Tabata Morales) and lightweight 60 kilograms (Carlos Hernández), with which they are sure of at least the bronze medal. ; however, they are determined to move on to the final contest of the joust.
It should be noted that, in the 15-16 year old junior sector, boxers Diego Jiménez and Oswaldo Gama also debuted at the Conade Nationals, but lost to their peers from Jalisco and Chihuahua, respectively.
Eduardo Díaz from Morelos fell yesterday by split decision against Pedro Valdez from Jalisco in the 50 kilograms.