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Oaxaca boxer Chirino Jr will have his first professional fight

Victor Hugo Villanueva In the company of an entire multidisciplinary team that accompanies him in the preparation of his next fight, the Oaxacan b


Victor Hugo Villanueva

In the company of an entire multidisciplinary team that accompanies him in the preparation of his next fight, the Oaxacan boxer Sergio Chirino Jr declared that “we are going to steal the night” in which he will seek to defeat the Filipino Alie Lauriel by knockout.

The performance is scheduled for December 4 of this year in Palenque de León, Guanajuato, in a ten-round fight, in the featherweight division (57,150 kilograms), which will be preliminary to the fight for the world weight championship. minimum between the Mexican Montserrat Raya and Silvia Torres.

“I only go up to the ring, but in each fight we all win or lose,” said Sergio Chirino Jr, introducing the Chirino Team, a multidisciplinary team that accompanies him and is led by his father and coach Sergio Zarco Chrino. Joining the project are the physical trainer Marco Bravo, the professional boxer Francisco “Relámpago” Ubieta, the physiotherapist José Aguilar, the professional boxer Vanessa “Oaxaquita” Santiago, the nutritionist Víctor Ramírez, the professional boxer Diego “Duro” Velasco and the physiotherapist Tania Santiago; as well as the representative of the Five Star Jewelry, Arturo Jiménez.

The preparation for this fight has been very different, said coach Sergio Zarco Chirino Hernández, because by having a multidisciplinary team each has done a specific job and at the same time all together, so that Sergio Chirino Jr gets into the ring in optimal conditions to the fight on December 4.

For his part, the Oaxacan Sergio Chirino Jr acknowledged that the left-handed boxer Alie “Demolition Man” Laurel, has more experience, but “I’m going for the win, and then go in search of a fight for the world championship.”

Mexico and the Philippines have had great fights in the last ten years, which has created a great rivalry for the quality of the boxers from both countries, although the dominance in recent times is that of the Asians, however, there is a precedent that Érik ‘Terrible’ Morales managed to defeat the number one in the world, the Filipino Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao.

Sergio Chirino Jr comes into this fight with a record of seventeen won fights, ten of them by knockout, and one loss; For his part, Alie Laurel has to his credit 24 professional fights, eleven of them won by knockout, a split fight and five losses.

The Oaxacan boxer Sergio Chirino Jr pointed out that because he will face a left-handed fighter, he has prepared himself by having Francisco Ubieta, from Tuxtepecan, as a sparring partner, who is part of Team Chirino and will be on the same card on December 4, against a rival yet to be confirmed. , in an eight-round fight, in the super bantamweight division.