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Fernando Vargas Reality Show Debuts on January 26th

Following a long hiatus, the 36-year-old retired Mexican American retired boxing star Fernando Vargas will be returning to the scene. But this time he’ll be headlining his own reality show on the mun2 cable network - "Welcome to Los Vargas."

Entitled Welcome to Los Vargas, the series centers on the three-time world boxing champion, his wife of 20 years, Martha, their four dynamic children, Fernando Jr., Amado, Emiliano, and Mibella “China,” and Martha’s loving father, Alfredo.

The reality series will take viewers behind-the-scenes of the Vargas’ crazy and entertaining life, with Martha trying to balance their busy household of four kids and the recent addition of her father moving in, to Fernando’s mission of training the next great boxing champion and opening his own gym.

Whether inside or outside of the ring, Vargas – who won a bronze medal as an amateur at the 1995 Pan American Games – has never thrown in the towel, he’s confronted life’s obstacles with perseverance and gratitude. He contributes his success to the support of his loving family and faith in God.

“Viewers will get to see how our family deals with issues in a positive way,” Vargas says.

The celeb-reality series will give us a look at the man behind the medals, the husband, the father, and the entrepreneur. The Vargas family will open the doors to their home, share their most intimate moments, and prove that with love, patience, and laughter, that there’s nothing this family can’t handle.

Welcome to Los Vargas is being produced by Anyone Collective and executive produced by Shari Scorca for mun2.

The celeb-reality series will premiere on Sunday, January 26th at 9:00 pm EST/8 pm CST.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dlee020420 on 01-04-2014

F uckin in like dat nguyen...love el feroz....gonna "record series" on my dvr...dude has personality I think there's a good chance the show does well

Comment by Tyler_Durden on 01-04-2014

[QUOTE=PowerFlow;14099087]Man, this dude gave me some great memories. I remember having to work (delivering pizzas) and I got to a customers house right when the (Trinidad) fight was getting ready to start. I expressed how pumped I was about the…

Comment by PowerFlow on 01-04-2014

[QUOTE=Tyler_Durden;14097405]What a coincidence bro, Vargas was my favorite boxer growing up too! I used to try to mimic his style in the gym because I loved how he fought. He was a master at cutting off the ring and pining…

Comment by IST-ra-GLEr2 on 01-04-2014

Will definitely watch, el feroz was one brave mofo. His heart is ten times bigger than may weather no doubt.

Comment by Ringlife on 01-04-2014

I was never a Vargas fan but I'll check out the show when it comes out.

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