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Old 09-22-2011, 07:32 PM #1
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El boxeador venezolano y ex campeón mundial Miguel “Aguacerito” Acosta viajó ayer para Colombia, donde marcará su retorno al ensogado profesional en el cual no actúa desde el pasado febrero.


El caraqueño peleará mañana en la ciudad de Sincelejo, Colombia, contra el anfitrión Jesús Lora, quien lleva una marca de seis victorias, siete derrotas y tres nocauts.


“Es una pelea para que reaparezca y sobre todo para que haga el peso en la división superpluma, pues a finales de año, debería estar peleando por el título mundial en esa categoría de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo”, aseguró el entrenador, Orangel “Memín” Ramos.


Acosta perdió la corona universal ligero de la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo frente al estadounidense Brandon “Bam Bam” Ríos, quien lo noqueó en diez asaltos. Era la primera defensa de su cetro.


“Más que todo lo que quiero es buscar confianza, es la principal meta y por eso se seleccionó a este rival para ir tomando forma y también porque bajo una categoría, de ligero a superpluma. Ya llevaba meses entrenando, desde hace un tiempo se estaba manejando la posibilidad de volver y llegó ese momento”, aseguró el de los Valles del Tuy.


El pugilista detalló su preparación para el desafío: “Llevo fuerte fajándome por tres meses con intensidad, necesitaba subir al ring por la inactividad que llevo y quiero ver cómo me muevo en el cuadrilátero siendo un superpluma que es en la categoría que se efectuará el compromiso. Con los sparrings hice poco más de 55 rounds”, aseguró.


En esa misma cartelera que se disputará en suelo colombiano dentro de 24 horas, otros tres venezolanos tomarán acción. Serán los boxeadores Breilor Terán, Luis Araguayán y la talentosa boxeadora, Mayerling “Monita” Rivas

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Old 09-22-2011, 08:45 PM #2
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Acosta is going back to the ring against a bum with a 6 - 7 record, also he is moving down in weight from light weight to super feather... nothing special..
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The Venezuelan boxer and former world champion Miguel "Aguacerito" Acosta traveled yesterday to Colombia, which will mark his return to professional ensogados which does not work since last February.


The morning fight Caracas Sincelejo, Colombia, against the host Jesus Lora, who has a record of six wins, seven defeats and three knockouts.


"It's a fight to come back, and above all to make the weight in the super featherweight division since the end of the year, should be fighting for the world title in that category of the World Boxing Association," said coach Orangel " Memin "Ramos.


Acosta lost his lightweight crown universal World Boxing Association against American Brandon "Bam Bam" Rios, who knocked him out in ten rounds. It was the first defense of his title.


"Most of all I want is to find confidence, is the main goal and that this rival was selected to be taking shape and also because under a category, from mild to super. It took months of training, for a time he was handling the possibility that time and came back, "said the Valles del Tuy.


The detailed boxer preparing for the challenge: "I've been strong for three months fajándome intensity needed to get into the ring by inactivity that I have and want to see how I move in the ring is still a super category that made the commitment . With the sparring I did just over 55 rounds, "he said.


On that same card to be played on Colombian soil within 24 hours, three Venezuelans take action. Breilor boxers will Teran, Luis Araguay and talented boxer, Mayerling "Monita" Rivas
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