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Three Sinaloans will seek glory in the Brazilian Grand Prix in Boxing

MAZATLAN. – The boxers from Sinaloa Marco Verde, Juan José Baltazar and Guadalupe Ruiz, were summoned to be part of the Mexican team of the specialty for the first international tournament of the Grand Prix-Brazil that will take place in Rio de Janeiro, from July 13 to 18.

During the competition, the Mazatlan coach Radamés Hernández will be in the corner, and with the support of his coach they will seek to play a great role, in addition to an enormous blank.

The event will feature athletes from Argentina, Ecuador, Paraguay, Panama, Colombia and host Brazil.

Verde and Baltazar are Mazatlecos and have shown a great track record where they have left destiny high in regional, state, national and world fairs.

A total of 13 Mexican boxers will be present and will seek the best results in the international competition, which will be under the “Round Robin” competition system, and not a simple elimination round.

Marco Verde will be present in the 71-kilogram Light Medium category, while Baltazar will show off in the 80-kilogram Light Heavyweight division. For his part, the Ahomenses Guadalupe Ruiz will be in the weight Walter Ligero 63.5 kilograms.

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