Argentine fighters travel to Mexico for a sports exchange
Celebrating the tradition of the WBC-Amateur, a sports-cultural exchange, as Argentine boxers travel to Mexico to learn the techniques of Mexicans fighters.
This is just how it was done last year when Uruguayan boxers who also came with the desire to learn.
Now five Argentines arrive with the same ambition, keen and ready for some combats against Mexicans.
Saturday morning at the Polyvalent Gym of Ayotla, State of Mexico, the first meeting.
The South American boxers come from the Association of Argentine Professional and Amateur Managers and Boxers (AMABAPA) to face local fighters, all supported by the WBC AMATEUR.
The Argentineans are: Diego Roldán, of La Plata (56 kilos); Jesús Burgos, from Tres Arroyos (60 kilos); Matías Lavallen, from Tandil (64 kilos); Axel Córdoba, also from Tandil (69 kilos); and Facundo Chávez, from Buenos Aires (75 kilos).
The Mexicans that will be their opponents are the following: Sergio Cárdenas, from Oaxaca; Alejandro Estrada, from the State of Mexico; Pedro Cárdenas, from Guanajuato; Arat Marrero, from Puebla; and Isaac Bustos Jr. from Mexico City.
After the bouts tomorrow, all the participants will be fighting again next week on the same scenario at Ayotla, Estado de Mexico.