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 Last update:  6/21/2011       Read more by Jorge Isaac Olmos         
Caballero Celebrates Birthday By Training For Barros
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By Jorge Isaac Olmos,

Celestino "Pelenchín" Caballaro celebrated his 35th birthday at the gym "Maco" Arboleda by continuing to prepare for his upcoming fight for the featherweight crown of the World Boxing Association (WBA), which takes place on July 2 in Mendoza against Argentine champion Jonathan Victor Barros. Under the supervision of trainer Jeff Mayweather, Caballero is close to the featherweight limit and he is expected to travel this weekend to Argentina.

The fight was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, but had the promoter was forced to postpone the event after weather conditions prevented Caballero from being able to take a plane to Argentina.

"We're fine, we're at the weight and in shape for this fight. My intention is to win the crown by any means possible," said Caballero.

Tags: Celestino Caballero , Jonathan Victor Barros , Caballero vs Barros , Caballero-Barros


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comment by Corelone, on 06-21-2011
Considering what just happened to Litzau, 35 might be an old edition of Caballero. No disgrace, can't beat father time, but I hope I'm wrong. I liked his style, I saw Ismael Laguna and Pedroza in his movement. Great Dancers, fancy movers, hard to hit, all over the place, at home in the ring. Ther...

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