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Moises Flores Inks Promotional Pact With Acquinity

By Reynaldo Sanchez

Moises "El Chucky" Flores 18-0-0 (13 KO's),  5'11 and from Guadalajara, Mexico - and 25 years old, became the newest member of the Acquinity Sports team. Henry Rivalta, from Mexico, said his promotional company acquired the services of this exciting and talented Mexican fighter and that very soon, will do the necessary steps to move “El Chuky” to Florida with his coach Rafael Guzman.

"I'm excited and very happy to have reached this agreement with Mr. Rivalta, Mr. Gary Jonas and Acquinity Sports. We are ready to reach the United States and continue my winning streak. I am very dedicated to work and know that with all the benefits they provide me there in the United States, we will be are closer to reaching my goals"

Meanwhile Rivalta expressed - "me and CEO Gary Jonas want to say thank you so much to Guadalajara city and all of Mexico as well. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to grow the career of a talented fighter like Moises. We are confident that with our boys "El Chucky" will soon make a lot of noise at 122"

"We invite to all the TV companies like TELEMUNDO, TELEFUTURA, ESPN, BOXING AFTER DARK, HBO and SHOWTIME to watch Moises “El Chucky” Flores very closley. This young man will make history in the United States, his quality and ferocity ensures a great future at 122 pounds and why not also in the featherweight division."

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