Amateur boxing will get a brand new match date within the fitness center of the Argentine South Central Mutual Association (CESUAR), situated at 9 Julio 379 (between Colón and Rivadavia), after a very long time with out encounters of those traits. This occasion has the sports activities programming of Amigos del Boxeo and oversight of the Argentine Boxing Federation and the Azuleña Commission of this self-discipline.
With 4 belts on the road, this Saturday, August 13 at 9:00 PM, the beginner festival “Tribute to Juan ‘Mingo’ Coronel”, a former boxer from this metropolis, who died on December 2, 2021 on the age of 68.
The night could have a billboard that foresees eight fights, together with a number of regional duels and within the background the azuleño Ariel Orue will tackle the Dominican in Bolívar, José Martínez, the place the belt bearing the title shall be situated on bets of the honoree. While within the different fights, the winner will take the “Friends of Boxing”, “Regional” and “Bonaerense” belts to the champion within the welterweight class, respectively.
In this fashion, unpaid boxers from town, but in addition from the area, who symbolize the gyms the place this sport is educated, shall be in a position to present in entrance of the viewers that they proceed to develop on this self-discipline.
For the event, the group introduced that the official weigh-in will happen at CESUAR itself that day at 7 p.m.
To be taught extra about this boxing festival, a convention was held yesterday within the amenities of this establishment, the place President Oscar Perull was current, along with the organizer Carlos Vieta, on behalf of Amigos del Boxeo and accompanied by Ricardo Lima, President of the Azuleña boxing committee.
Perull was the primary to converse, saying that after a number of postponements due to the Covid-19 pandemic, “several boxing fights are now planned, together with the organizer Carlos Vieta, so we invite the whole community to attend the fights that will take place this Saturday at the CESUAR facilities, where the activity will begin at 9 p.m.”
Vieta, for his half, gave particulars concerning the boxing present on this metropolis, noting that this occasion will function “tribute to a friend, such as Juan Domingo Coronel, a former boxer from this city and known as ‘Mingo’, who died last year” .
On the event, he emphasised that “eight four-belt amateur fights will be at stake and one of them will bear the name of the honorary title.”
“It will be an attractive evening with the participation of local boxers, along with the accompaniment of colleagues from other cities, such as Laprida, Las Flores, Balcarce, Tandil, Bolívar and Benito Juárez,” he added, later stating that the individuals come to the festival to see how these athletes develop on this exercise.
It is price remembering that the doorway is barely 500 pesos and the doorway shall be by means of 9 de Julio road. In addition, on this situation, there’s a canteen service, the place followers can eat choripanes and drink non-alcoholic drinks at reasonably priced costs.
While Ricardo Lima famous: “First of all, we are grateful for these festivals that CESUAR and Carlos organize, they are always top quality in the city.”
Likewise, the boxing chief defined that “Azul’s Ariel Orue will be present in the background fight, which will face Jose Martínez, who is of Dominican descent but has been based in Bolívar for years.”
He additionally highlighted the presence of native consultant Maximiliano Villar who will face Adrián Vitale de Las Flores.
Both Martínez and Villar are members of the Team (Tomás) Forastieri.
In that sense, Lima, Vieta and Perull all emphasised that they see that contact sports activities are actually critical work and that is why it is rising. The latter additionally has to do with the individuals who have the ‘head’.
Finally, the organizers thanked the boxing faculties that all the time work with the group.
The Memory of “Mingo” Colonel
Juan “Mingo” Coronel began boxing below the path of Octavio Tomás Andrada, for the entire space of the boxing sport, the “Toto” Andrada. According to Lima, Coronel received into this sport within the early Seventies.
“His first club was Boca Juniors, where he put on his gloves to start his journey in this discipline. From there he went to Vélez Sarsfield, when that institution was in charge of holding major festivals and even had professional boxers at this stage. had not yet achieved his sporting activity was based on the world of amateurism, where he fought about 80 fights,” he recollects, including that “he was a technical boxer, who although he did not have much punch, but stood out for his claw and was for us a great stronghold in this discipline”.