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Salvador Briseno Inks Promotional With All Star Boxing

Miami, FL: President and CEO of All Star Boxing, INC Felix "Tuto" Zabala is proud to announce the signing of super featherweight prospect Salvador "Bufon" Briseno to a multi-year exclusive agreement.

Salvador "Buffon" Briseño (14-3-0 8 KO's) of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico is a former World Boxing Council(WBC) Fecombox Champion, having defended the title twice, before traveling overseas to Ekaterinburg, Russia to try capturing a second title(WBO Youth) and dropping a tough unanimous decision to unbeaten #9 ranked Russian contender Mikhail Alexeev.Briseño a young fighter who is only 22 years old, sees his defeat in Russia as a small setback that helped him gain experience. Sticking true to his word, Briseño wasted no time stepping back in the ring just three months later and knocked out then unbeaten Victor Gonzalez in 5 rounds.

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Briseno added a few words to his recent signing with All Star Boxing, "I want to thank All Star Boxing & Felix "Tuto" Zabala for giving me the opportunity and the confidence to work with their company" he continued "I am very happy with this new agreement, I want to show the people in the United States just how talented i am."

Zabala plans to showcase his prospect in the Fall Series of Boxeo Telemundo Ford, The longest running Hispanic Boxing show in U.S. The 1st of 4 shows is salted for November 16 in Kissimmee, FL.

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