With a unanimous triumph over Panamanian Jonathan Miniel, Cuban Andy Cruz (63.5 kilograms) extended Cuba's unbeaten streak to three starts at
With a unanimous triumph over Panamanian Jonathan Miniel, Cuban Andy Cruz (63.5 kilograms) extended Cuba’s unbeaten streak to three starts at the World Boxing Championship that is hosted by the Stark Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.
Cruz, Tokyo 2020 Olympic starter in the 63 kilos, won the vote of the judges 30-24, 30-27, 30-26, 30-27 and 30-26, to advance to the round of 32,
In his next outing, the also champion of the universal dates of Hamburg 2017 and Yekaterinburg 2019 will measure forces with the Brazilian Nicollas de Jesús.
Today, the 75 kilos Yoenlis Feliciano Hernández will also climb the tarmac for Cuba, who will make his debut against another Brazilian-Brazilian, Wanderlei Pereira. If he wins, he will face Turkish Birol Augun in the next round.
The day before, the Antillean team opened with a couple of successes: Osvel Caballero, at 57 kilograms, 5-0 over Azerbaijani Umid Rustamov; and Kevin Brown, at 67, for the failure to present the Jamaican Joshua Frazer on the tarmac of the Stark Arena in this capital.
Both boxers will return to action next Thursday, in the case of Caballero, he will measure forces with the Iranian Sajad Mohammadpoursamarin, while Brown will do it against the Seychelles boxer Shain Barnsley Boniface.