Acquinity Sports, the most active and successful promotional company in South Florida, signed two young prospects on Tuesday - Egyptian Ahmed Elbiali (1-0 and 22 years old) who fights at super middleweight; And also Cuban heavyweight Robert Alfonso 1-0, 24 years old. Both fighters visited German Caicedo’s gym in Florida, and said they were very pleased with this agreement that linked their destinies as professional boxers to Acquinity Sports.
"I'm excited and happy because developing my career within professional boxing alongside Acquinity Sports led by Mr. Henry Rivalta, guarantees that I achieve my dreams very soon," said Elbiali.
Ahmed is training with Cuban coach Carlos Albuerne.
For his part, Cuban heavyweight Robert Alfonso said:
"This agreement is very good for my career, to have the support of a promotional company with great fighters in almost all divisions and has the prestige of Acquinity Sports. It makes me happy and I understand that with my dedication and effort it will make my road to success easier"
Alfonso had an extensive amateur career that included participation in Beijing and also he won a gold model at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro and golde medal at the world championships in Moscow in 2008.
Promoter Henry Rivalta said:
"We are excited to reach this agreement with two top prospects as Elbiali and Alfonso. We have high expectations to develop their careers in the right direction and put our best efforts in that direction. We will do what we always do for our boys to achieve their goals."
Acquinity Sports continues to add talent to their team - including Joan Guzman, Argenis Mendez, Ed Paredes, Claudio Marrero, Juan Carlos Payano, Dominique Dolton, Hylon Williams, Isiah Thomas, Humberto Savigne, Felix Diaz, Lenin Castillo, Yudel Jhonson and Alexei Collado.