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FORMER WBC SILVER CHAMPION "TORNADO" SANCHEZ HAS DIED IN A CAR ACCIDENT


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The World Boxing Council is in mourning, as one of its former champions, the Sonoran David "Tornado" Sánchez  has died today, at approximately 4 in the morning.


David was traveling with his brother Jonathan, who also died. They were going from Hermosillo to another Sonora location.
 
The incident took place on the road, when the car driven by David crashed frontally  with a trailer.
 
David Sánchez Cantú was 26-year-old and a very talented boxer of real promise in this sport, as well as Jonathan who was only 21.
 
David was Silver champion of the World Boxing Council in the super flyweight division. A title that he conquered on June 1 of 2013, after defeating Filipino Marlon Tapales  by TKO in the third round  in Hermosillo.
 
Seconds after getting the victory, the new champion enthused, kissing  the belt  he conquered due to his discipline, dedication  and quality.
 
Two years later he was crowned world champion of the division by the WBA defeating Mexican Juan Alberto Rosas.
 
The "Tornado" left his boxing record forever at 31 victories; 23 KO´s, two draws and four defeats.
 
He began his professional career in 2008 and his last fight was held on April 7 in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, defating Victoriano Nunez on points.
 
The World Boxing Council and its President Licenciado Mauricio Sulaimán Saldívar send  most sincere condolences to the family of the two boxing brothers.


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