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Alexei Collado Eyes Pro Run in The United States

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Unbeaten Cuban Alexei Collado 15-0-0 (14 KO's), who currently lives in Ireland, is preparing to arrive to the United States in the near future. Collado has an impressive record of KO's and made his pro debut in September 2008. The boxer is anxious to come to America. Acquinity Sports, led by promoter Henry Rivalta, has reached a promotional agreement with the boxer and is doing everything possible to bring him over.

“To fight in United States means very much for me, it is one of my big desires to fight where the best boxing is. Also, in Florida Cubans have a lot of support. I have the desire to continue my career there as soon as possible," Collado said.

Rivalta said to us - “We hope to finish the matters soon related to the visa. We already sent all of the documents and hope to move Alexei up to Miami and to make his debut very soon on one of our cards.”

“Our CEO Mr. Gary Jonas and I, we are glad to reach an agreement with Collado. This boy will join the team and we know that he will integrate very soon along with Glendy Hernandez and Umberto Savigne, who will help him to integrate quickly.”

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Angry Cuban on 10-03-2012

I been hearing about him for quite a time now..im wonder how old is he..

Comment by Brickfist on 10-03-2012

About time, this kid has been sitting on the shelf for far to long, he's got alot of talent and should be fighting often

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