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Castellanos Confident - Promises To Beat, KO Caballero

WBC silver champion Robinson Castellanos has arrived in Panama for his upcoming fight against local idol Celestino “Pelenchin” Caballero this Saturday.
 
On his arrival in the airport, Castellanos met with his rival Caballero where they warmly shook hands and posed for press photos. 

On his exit from the airport, Mexican Castellanos received all kinds of comments from the fans, and talking with the press he explained: .

“I’m calm and confident.  I had a great preparation and I will win this fight either by KO or decision. I have a great winning strike and I will try to keep it. I want to fight for the world title and I’m sure that I can get it if I win this fight”.

When asked about how hard would be for him to face a tall fighter like Caballero, Castellanos said that it won’t be a problem because he has faced and defeated other fighters like him and that he has also trained for this battle with sparring partners of the same physical stature.

Celestino Caballero is a beloved fighter in Panama, who is an example for its youth. He’s always looking to help his community. Caballero politely and diplomatically commented: “Robin is a great boxer who has a very dangerous punch.” Nevertheless, he promised to defeat Mexican Castellanos to conquer the WBC silver title

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 04-16-2013

Castallenos has done pretty well the past few years & is 17-9?, but CC would have 2 b totally gone 2 lose this 1.....

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