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Nelson Rosalez among the best in the ranking of the Argentine Boxing Federation

This week it was announced that ten people from Mendoza are in the top ten of the ranks of different categories of national boxing that i


This week it was announced that ten people from Mendoza are in the top ten of the ranks of different categories of national boxing that is supervised by the Argentine Boxing Federation -FAB-, among which is Nelson Rosalez from San Rafael, there are no champions in our environment.

The “Zurdo” as he is known in the environment became one of the great references for our city in activity and is in fifth place in the medium heavyweight category.

Who this year continued his professional career in the gym of former world champion Pablo Chacón located in Las Heras, highlighted in this regard: “I am grateful to José Luis Rivero for everything he did for me and I am happy to have been trained in the municipal school, to represent San Rafael in this way since I am the only sanrafaelino in the ranking ”.

While, from his present time, the 23-year-old athlete said: “I am training at Pablo Chacón’s and I am staying in his gym where we are living with 2 more boys. Up to here we still have nothing on when to date for a next fight, but we had several proposals, in October we will be returning, but I don’t know the rival or where it will be ”.

For his part, among the other people from Mendoza, the one who occupies the fifth position in the highly valued ranking of heavyweight is the lasherino Jorge Alejandro Arias. In the super middle division, there is Abraham Buonarrigo de Guaymallén who is occupying the fourth step and among the superlight is Maximiliano Segura de Junín, as eighth.

One less division, the lightweight ones, has two from Mendoza: former world champion Jonathan Barros, second, and Juan Carrasco, third. Lasherino Javier Nicolás Chacón is located in the sixth rung of the supergallos.

Also with three of ours in his ranking is the category of super flies, with Kevin Muñoz as second; the other former ecumenical head, Juan Carlos Reveco, from Malarguino, in third place; and Juan Acosta, from Tunisia, eighth.