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“The flame of boxing is still burning”


December 2, 2021 – 01:01
La “Pumita” indicated that her goal is to return to the ring in early 2022 and regain her title.

After almost two years of standing due to injuries and a pandemic, Brenda Carabajal showed that over the years she has gained more experience above the ring, as she reflected last Friday in her victory by unanimous decision against Lilian Silva in Villa Mercedes, from Santiago, province of San Luis. Where she was dominating from start to finish in each of the rounds.

During her visit to the program “El Matutino”, the “Pumita” assured that she felt the adrenaline before crossing gloves, “I had not competed for almost two years and above with several changes in my technical team. Before I went up to the ring accompanied by Marcela ( La Tigresa Acuña) and Ramón (Chaparro). And suddenly I had to go back to the province and form another team, that generated a bit of anxiety, adrenaline and nerves because I needed the fight to go out perfect to return home with a victory ” , but beyond that, Brenda always trusted in doing a good job, “I felt calm because I knew that I had the experience of having been in the ring a lot of times, and that allowed me to say that this time I should give my peace of mind. corner because they were debuting “, alluding to 17 years of experience in the sport.

In addition, the months before the fight, the fighter from Palma Sola had done very hard physical work, which supported the technical part that could be above the ring. Despite this, she was seen very safe and with good timing, leaving behind the shoulder injury that had to mistreat her for a while.

In relation to the pandemic, from which he was not unaware, Carabajal indicated that the mandatory stop helped him to heal and leave the machine oiled for new challenges. “The pandemic served to reinvent ourselves, set goals again, feel hungry to want to win things and see the bright side of life.” He also assured that he wants to regain his title, or go for others, since the flame is still burning. That leads her to project a start to 2022 with fights on the horizon, “the objective is to be able to start the year competing, if it is not January it will be February, these are the dates that I was talking with the promoter, with a view to competing for a title that enabled me to be ranked among the top 5 in the country to go in search of a world title. ” Also, she thanked the support and accompaniment of Luis Tarifa, the teacher Emilia Ortiz in the physical part, Alejandro Bacán and her partner who assist her in the corner.

In reference to the High Complexity Sports Center, the Jujuy fighter remarked that the project continues, “the gym is moving forward, there it was a bit delayed due to economic issues of which no one is unaware, but the idea is firm” , and thanked the support provided by the provincial government to this space that will be destined to all the public in general, who want to take it for competition, hobby, personal defense or a space where children can develop their skills in the sport of fists. “I am interested in being able to build a seedbed so that children’s boxing can give great projects to the province in the future,” concluded Brenda Carabajal.(Cesar Martinez)

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