Photos: Rigondeaux is Honored Before 10,000 in Florida

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Boxing fans were in for a special surprise treat during the celebratory concert by Cuban salsa superstar Willy Chirino at the new Hialeah Park Casino in South Florida which took place Saturday August 30, 2013. Willy Chirino put his performance on pause in front of 10,000 fans of mostly Cuban heritage as new Ring Magazine top 10 P4P fighter and current WBA/WBO Jr. Featherweight World Champion Guillermo “El Chacal” Rigondeaux was  brought on stage to be awarded the Ring Magazine Championship belt  in the Jr. Featherweight division by former fight judge and current representative of Ring Magazine, Chuck Giampa.

Rigondeax was respectful of his comments during the award ceremony about the legendary Hialeah Park racetrack and expressed joy that the new casino would make this gem once again the premier location for South Florida entertainment. In closing he expressed that he is looking forward to the possibility of fighting in front of his adoptive city of Miami at Hialeah Park Racetrack and Casino. Rigondeaux further stated that he is looking for his co-promoters Caribe Promotions and Top Rank to work with HBO to consider the possibility of making boxing history by bringing his next fight to the renowned Hialeah Park Race track and Casino.

Rigondeaux was recognized for his honor by decisively outpointing former WBO Super Bantamweight Champion Nonito Donaire at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in April of this year. Press & Photo Credits:  Creativas Group Public Relations & JC Pixz

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OMB con seminarios de oficiales y médicos

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Por Ludo Saenz L. Luaces y Pablo Fletes en Budapest –

El segundo día de los trabajos de la 26ta. Convención Anual de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB) transcurrió con los seminarios de oficiales de la entidad, así como seminarios para supervisores y los seminarios médicos, llevados a cabo en el Hotel Intercontinental Budapest, en Budapest, Hungría.

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En la mañana y tarde de Hungría el árbitro puertorriqueño Genaro “Gino” Rodríguez dirigió el Seminario de los Oficiales de la OMB, que contó con mensajes y recomendaciones de los oficiales Lisa Giampa, Chuck Giampa, Jack Reiss y Robert Byrd, y la participación de jueces y árbitros de diferentes partes del mundo. Además, se celebró el Seminario de los Supervisores, que fue dirigido por el vicepresidente de la OMB, John Duggan.

También se dio a conocer el informe económico del organismo.

Por otra parte, durante la noche del martes, se efectuó una actividad en Farm Lázár, donde los asistentes disfrutaron de eventos variados y donde dijo presente el promotor estadounidense Don King.

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