Victor Hugo Villanueva September 14, 2021 // In his first fight against a foreign fighter, the Oaxacan Sergio Chirino Jr will put on the gloves ag
Victor Hugo Villanueva
September 14, 2021 // In his first fight against a foreign fighter, the Oaxacan Sergio Chirino Jr will put on the gloves against the Filipino Alie “the demolition man” Laurel, in combat with whom he seeks to catapult his career as a professional boxer.
The 10-round featherweight fight (57,150 kilograms) will be on November 27 in Guanajuato, to which Chirino Jr arrives after knocking out Adrián “Topito” Gómez from Chihuahuan, to put his record in seventeen fights won, ten of them by knockout, and a loss.
For his part, the Filipino Alie Laurel has to his credit 24 professional fights, with 18 wins, eleven of them by fast-track knockout. five losses and a split fight.
After the confirmation of his next fight by the Promoter Zanfer, the boxer Sergio Chirino Sánchez began preparing his fight with the help of his multidisciplinary team, led by his manager and father, Sergio Zarco Chirino Hernández, the nutritionist Víctor Hugo Ramírez Flores and the physical trainer Marco Bravo Ibáñez.
SOCIAL WORK IN PRISONERS
In coordination with the Oaxaca Public Security Secretariat, Sergio Chirino Jr began a task of social work in state prisons.
He recently visited the Regional Prison of Villa de Etla, in order to promote the practice of boxing in the social rehabilitation centers.
Sergio Chirino Jr lived with the inmates, motivating them to find a link in sport to reintegrate into society.