A good friendly duel had the San Luis Potosí and Celaya boxing teams, which took place last Sunday in the cashier city and which served for both te
A good friendly duel had the San Luis Potosí and Celaya boxing teams, which took place last Sunday in the cashier city and which served for both teams to give their boxers blanks prior to their next commitments at the national level.
This dual meet was attended by the San Luis Potosí National Team that is preparing to take part in the Popular National Games that will take place in Acapulco in mid-October.
The results were as follows, in the 54-kilo division, Citlalli Bravo from San Luis fell to Sarahí Hernández from Guanajuato by decision; In this same division, Oliver Ascanio of San Luis beat Pablo Cruz of Guanajuato by abandonment in the third round; In the 57 kilos, Luis Rivera from San Luis beats Ricardo Ramos from Guanajuato by RSC (referee suspends fight) in the first round.
In the 60-kilo division, Gerardo Hernández from San Luis beats Jesús León from Guanajuato by decision; in the 66 kilos, Germán Arteaga of San Luis surpasses Diego Patiño of Guanajuato by split decision; In the 69 kilos, Aldo Moreno from San Luis defeats José Cano from Guanajuato by decision.
Fighters from the Koasicha Team of San Luis Potosí took part in this friendly duel, obtaining the following results: in the 40-kilo division, Marco Gil from Koasicha beats Iván Palacios from Celaya by decision; In the 60 kilos, Matilde Cárcamo del Koasicha beats Citlalli Hernández de Guanajuato by decision.
In the 58 kilos, Miguel Rodríguez del Koasicha beats Damián García de Celaya, by decision; in the 63 kilos, Orlando Rodríguez of Koasicha beats José Vázquez of Juventino Rosas by split decision; At 64 kilos, Caros Cruz de Cortázar beats Josué Lugo of the Koasicha Team by split decision.
In the 88 kilos, Noé Suárez of the Koasicha Team, beats César Bárcenas de Celaya; In the division of more than 91 kilos, Felipe Degollado of the Koasicha Team beats Miguel Cruz de Celaya by RSC in the second round, this event was possible thanks to Professor Salvador Flores and the Salvador Sánchez Gymnasium.