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“Samson” Rosa puts one of his crowns at risk

The brand new Argentine champion will make his second defense of the WBC Latin super lightweight title, and will face the Peruvian champion, Jesús


The brand new Argentine champion will make his second defense of the WBC Latin super lightweight title, and will face the Peruvian champion, Jesús Bravo. The fight will take place this Friday in San Lorenzo (Santa Fe) and will be televised by TyC Sports.

The undefeated Riojan and brand new Argentine champion, José “Sansón” Rosa will once again be the protagonist of an interesting boxing evening, which will take place this Friday in the Santa Fe town of San Lorenzo, starting at 11:30 p.m.

In a new international production by OR Promotions, which will be televised by TyC Sports through the “boxing de Primera” cycle, “Samsón” will put his undefeated professional and also one of the three titles he holds at risk.

In the background match of the event to be held at the Héctor Galucci Sports Center, José Rosa (14-0-0) will seek to make the second defense of the WBC Latin Super Lightweight title, facing Peruvian Jesús “El Rayo” Bravo, current Peruvian champion of the super light category.

The title that the 21-year-old from Rioja will defend will be the one he won at the end of last year in Catamarca, when he beat Bolivian Walter Roca, and which he then successfully defended in La Rioja, after knocking out Brazilian Paulo Galdino at the Superdomo stadium. .

It should be remembered that Rosa’s last presentation was on May 27, when he took the Argentine welterweight title from Juan Leal, after beating him on points at Hurlingham.

As for his rival tonight, “El Rayo” Bravo (20-6-1) fought for the last time on May 21 of this year, the occasion in which he successfully defended his first national super-lightweight title, beating him by points to Reno Reyes.

In the afternoon hours of this Thursday, the official weigh-in was held, where the boxers were face to face and everything was ready for the duel. There, José Rosa gave a weight of 63,200 kg, while the Peruvian Bravo accused 63,150 kg.

the rest of the evening

In addition to the background fight, which will feature the La Rioja native, Alan “El Veneno” Cháves from Buenos Aires, will collide with the experience of Uruguayan Martín Severo, in the semi-background duel.

There will also be a clash of knockouts, between Brian “El Matador” Ríos, who will cross gloves with Jonathan “Tin Tin” Ruiz from Entre Ríos.

In addition, the return of the former Latin title holder, Luis “Spiderman” Rueda, will take shape, who will face the seasoned Salta native, Elohim “Chocolate” Pereyra.