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Mario Barrios Inks Deal With DeCubas Jr. and Santos

Local San Antonio TX, amateur boxing phenom, Mario Barrios, who stands 6'0 tall and fights at super-bantamweight, has signed an exclusive management deal with Luis Decubas Jr. and Bob Santos.  Barrios joins a highly touted stable of fighters which include six-time and four division world champion, Robert Guerrero, WBA light middleweight champion Erislandy Lara, cruiserweight contender BJ Flores, undefeated heavyweight contender David Rodriguez, rising prospect Miguel Flores and many more. Barrios had over 100 amateur fights winning the National Pals three times and two times runner up at National Silver Gloves.  Barrios plans to be making his pro debut very soon.

"I'm excited about my future," said Barrios. "Decubas and Santos have done a tremendous job with all their fighters and I'm hoping to live up to their standards.  I'm ready to take my God given talents to the professional ranks and show the world what I'm made of."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by USAFBoxer on 10-03-2013

I fought this kid this year at golden gloves finals and I'm 5'9 and huge for 123 lb weight class but I looked like a midget next to this kid. He's really good, really fast hands and nice body puncher.…

Comment by 1stround on 10-02-2013

Congrats to Mario best choice you made great Team to guide your carear

Comment by anonymous2.0 on 10-02-2013

6 foot at super bantam? Kid must be an absolute beanstalk.

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