TERMINO A JUAN FRANCISCO ESTRADA PARA PRESENTAR CERTIFICADO MEDICO

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19 de mayo de 2016

 

Sr. Fernando Beltrán – Promociones Zanfer

 

Ref.:    Campeón Mosca de la OMB-Juan Francisco Estrada – Certificación Médica

Estimado señor Beltrán:

Reciba un cordial saludo de parte de todos los que colaboramos en la OMB.

Por la presente, el Comité de Campeonatos Mundiales que presido, le solicita información actualizada en cuanto a la condición médica del Campeón Mosca de la OMB Juan Francisco Estrada. Dicho informe medico certificado deberá específicamente detallar la naturaleza y extensión de la lesión sostenida, así como un pronóstico del tiempo necesario para una recuperación total de la misma.

Le otorgamos un período de 48 horas para cumplir con este requerimiento, recordándole además que la información se solicita conforme nuestras Reglas de Campeonatos Mundiales y con el fin de poder tomar decisión informadas sobre la división en la cual compite el Sr. Estrada.

Cordialmente,

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Luis Batista Salas, Esq. – Presidente Comité de Campeonatos Mundiales

cc   Francisco Valcárcel, Presidente OMB

Se distancia Rocky-Salido 3, OMB valida subasta a Miguel Berchelt

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El tercer duelo entre el campeón junior ligero puertorriqueño Román ‘Rocky’ Martínez y el mexicano Orlando ‘Siri’ Salido se ha distanciado.

El presidente de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB), Francisco ‘Paco’ Valcárcel, dijo el martes que la empresa Promociones Zanfer, propiedad del promotor mexicano Fernando Beltrán, adquirió los derechos para presentar la defensa mandatoria entre Martínez y el primer clasificado Miguel ‘El Alacrán’ Berchelt durante una subasta realizada en Nueva York y donde la que la otra compañía envuelta fue All Star Boxing, propiedad de Félix ‘Tutico’ Zabala.

Zanfer ganó la puja con monto de $251 mil, mientras que Zabala había ofrecido $201,500.00. El mínimo de la subasta era de $150 mil y en ella no participó la compañía Puerto Rico Best Boxing, empresa que representa los intereses de ‘Rocky’ Martínez, un peleador ligado al súper manejador Al Haymon.

Precisamente la PRBB no tardó en impugnar ante la Comisión de Quejas y Agravios de la OMB la subasta realizada, basando su protesta en que Berchelt no se ha enfrentado aún a peleadores clasificados por la OMB en las 130 libras.

“Nosotros no participamos en la subasta y protestamos la misma ya que según el reglamento de la OMB, Berchelt tenía que haber peleado con algún clasificado para tener el combate obligatorio y no ha sido así. Pero como quiera la OMB realizó la subasta y ganó Promociones Zanfer, que representa a Berchelt”, expresó Peter Rivera, vicepresidente de PRBB.

Rivera ha dicho en varias ocasiones que se ha mantenido negociando con el grupo de Salido para hacer realidad el combate que hace unos días mencionó tendría lugar el 12 de marzo en Puerto Rico.

Pero Valcárcel dijo enfáticamente que el tiempo de negociación de Martínez y Salido ya había expirado, razón por la que ordenó la subasta.

“Ya eso es historia”, aseguro Valcárcel.

“La subasta se hizo y ‘Rocky’ tendrá que enfrentar a Berchelt. Ellos (PRBB) querían que se detuviera la subasta porque Berchelt no cumplía con los requisitos. Pero aquí el problemas es que aprobamos en nuestra convención una tercera entre ‘Rocky’ y Salido para 90 días luego de la última pelea. También determinamos que Berchelt sería el mandatorio. Ellos (Martínez y PRBB) dicen que estaban listos pero ninguna de las partes tenía contrato y la televisión tiene que producir algo. Están hablando desde el 12 de septiembre pero nunca se pusieron de acuerdo, no cumplieron con el tiempo límite, y ahora todo se remite a que ‘Rocky’ y Berchelt deberán enfrentarse en un término entre 45 a 90 días. La pelea puede ser México, Mérida o en Las Vegas. También tienen diez días para firmarlo”, agregó el líder de la OMB.

El manejador de Salido, Sean Gibbons, lamentó que el pleito no haya podido concretarse, aunque no descartó en un futuro buscar un nuevo duelo entre ambos fajadores, además de que representa un atractivo espectáculo deportivo dentro de la rivalidad boxística entre México y Puerto Rico.

“No se hará la pelea, aun cuando decidimos que pelearíamos en Puerto Rico. Lo aceptamos todo. Pero las cosas no se pueden hacer si no hay dinero”, comentó sin ofrecer más detalles sobre las causas reales que imposibilitaron el pleito.

Según se supo, a Rivera se le pidió alegadamente una certificación de la empresa Showtime que evidenciara la fecha separada del 12 de marzo así como una certificación de la Comisión de Boxeo de Puerto Rico en donde garantizara que los oficiales que estarían a cargo del pleito serían designados exclusivamente por la OMB. Supuestamente, ninguno de estos documentos fueron entregados.

Rivera por su parte fue enfático que sus negociaciones con la gente de Salido estuvieron vivas en todo momento. “Nunca hemos dejado de negociar con la gente de Salido y estamos casi listos para hacer oficial esta gran pelea entre Rocky y Salido. Había ciertas cosas en las que teníamos que ponernos de acuerdo y se consiguieron para celebrarla el 12 de marzo”, apuntó.

Valcárcel declaró que la Comisión de Quejas y Agravios decidirá en los próximos días si la apelación de Rivera cambiará el curso de las cosas.

Martínez y Salido se han enfrentado en dos ocasiones. En la primera celebrada en Puerto Rico, Martínez se impuso por decisión unánime y en la segunda, celebrada en septiembre en Las Vegas, concluyó en un empate mayoritario.

http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/boxeo/nota/_/id/2569758/se-distancia-rocky-salido-3-omb-valida-subasta-a-miguel-berchelt

WBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP COMMITTEE RESOLUTION

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RESOLUTION OF THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP COMMITTEE, JOSE ZEPEDA PETITION OF A RETURN FIGHT FOR THE WBO LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE

WHEREAS, on July 11, 2015 WBO #1 contender Terry Flanagan of the United Kingdom faced WBO #2 contender José Zepeda of California, United States for the vacant WBO Lightweight Championship of the World, in a bout held at the Velodrome in Manchester, U.K.; and,

WHEREAS, Zepeda suffered a dislocated left shoulder and remained on his stool at the end of the 2nd round, with Referee Marcus McDonnell waving the bout off after speaking with Zepeda’s corner team, and confirming with both the fighter and the ringside physician that the fight could not continue; and,

WHEREAS, Flanagan was deemed the winner of the contest via TKO in round 2 and was awarded the WBO Lightweight Championship of the World; and,

WHEREAS, on July 21, 2015 Mr. Robb M. Hernández, manager of José Zepeda, filed a petition with this WBO World Championship Committee, in essence requesting that we order an immediate “mandatory rematch” and alluding to Zepeda’s performance and the judges’ scoring up until the stoppage of the bout; and,

WHEREAS, Mr. Fernando Beltrán of Promociones Zanfer, Zepeda’s promoter, filed a similar request to this Committee, highlighting the “unfortunate outcome of the fight following the dislocation of Zepeda’s shoulder in the second round of the fight” and considering his fighter “worthy of a new opportunity to face Terry Flanagan in a mandatory rematch, given that the injury prevented Zepeda from continuing and proving that he can be a great WBO Champion;” and,

WHEREAS, all interested WBO participants were given notice of this Petition and allowed reasonable opportunity to express their views and submit any document or otherwise present any argument they believed would help the Committee resolve this Petition; and,

WHEREAS, the WBO World Championship Committee commissioned a five-member, highly qualified and internationally recognized, confidential judging panel to conduct a in-depth analysis of the fight, with particular emphasis on round 2; and,

WHEREAS, this judging panel saw no irregularity or misapplication of the rules, as Section 26 (b) (11) of our WBO Regulations of World Championship Contests (incorporating by reference the Uniform rules of the Association of Boxing Commissioners) is clear insofar that “[i]f a boxer sustains an injury from a fair blow and the injury is severe enough to terminate the bout, the injured boxer shall lose by TKO” (Emphasis added); and,

WHEREAS, Section 18 of the aforementioned Regulations (on Return Fights) states that “[t]he WBO shall not allow direct return fights, unless recommended by the World Championship Committee and authorized by the Executive Committee. A direct return fight is a fight between the new Champion and the former Champion from whom the new Champion won the title (or between a new Champion and the losing Contestant in a Vacant Title Fight), before the new Champion defends his title against any of the other fighters classified in his category. If the World Championship Committee determines either that the resolution of a Championship Contest was substantially irregular, or that there was a clear misapplication of the rules of boxing resulting in a manifest unfairness, such that in either case the World Championship Committee determines that the Championship was substantially unresolved, the World Championship Committee may, in its discretion, recommend a direct return fight, which may be authorized only by the majority vote of the Executive Committee […];” and,

WHEREAS, this WBO World Championship Committee sanctioned the WBO Vacant Lightweight Championship bout between Terry Flanagan and José Zepeda on June 22, 2015, provided that the winner face the WBO Mandatory Challenger within 120 days of the bout.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the WBO World Championship Committee that given all of the above we do not find the resolution of this Championship Contest “substantially irregular,’ [or] “that there was a clear misapplication of the rules of boxing resulting in a manifest unfairness” and that it hereby denies this petition for an immediate or “return” rematch, per the WBO World Championship Rules.

This is a final decision of the WBO World Championship Committee. The affected WBO Participant may appeal to the Complaint and Grievance Committee, pursuant to WBO World Championship Section 34, which as per Rule 3(e) of the WBO Appeals Regulation, must be submitted in writing to the WBO President within fourteen (14) days of the date of this decision as its sole and exclusive remedy.

Dated in San Juan, Puerto Rico on this 5th day of August, 2015

By
Luis Batista-Salas, Chairman
WBO CHAMPIONSHIP COMMITTEE

cc Francisco Valcárcel, Esq., István Kovacs, Frank Warren Robert Smith

03/28/2015 JUAN FRANCISCO ESTRADA vs. ROMMEL ASENJO

Date:  Saturday, March 28, 2015

WBO FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE BOUT

Location:   Poliforum Zamna, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico

Promoter:    Promociones Zanfer – Fernando Beltran / Max Boxing – Mario Jose Abraham Xacur

Supervisor:  Rolando Marcos Hermoso

Referee:  Jose H. Rivera

Judges:   Roberto Ramirez, Sr. (PR), Joe Garcia (AZ), Raul Nieves (PR)

Results:  Juan Francisco Estrada TKO’ed Rommel Asenjo in the third round at 0:43 minutes.

TV:   Mexico Azteca; USA be IN Sports en Español

ANOTHER CHANGE IN NIETES’ OPPONENT; NOW IT’S GILBERTO PARRA

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By Ronnie Nathanielsz –

There’s been another change in the opponent of WBO light flyweight champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes, the longest reigning Filipino world champion who is scheduled to defend his title at the classy Mall of Asia Arena on March 28 in a blockbuster card that will also feature the comeback fight of five division champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire.

While Nietes was preparing to defend his title against Mexico’s Luis Ceja, the WBO Championship Committee chairman Luis Batista Salas on January 29 informed ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer and Zanfer Promotions Fernando Beltran that Nietes had to face mandatory challenger Francisco Rodriguez Jr also of Mexico.

The WBO official notified both parties that they were given 30 days to negotiate an agreement and if they failed to do so a Purse Bid would be called within ten days.

Aldeguer consulted Nietes and his team and said they were willing to face Rodriguez although he suggested that Nietes be allowed to fight Ceja as originally planned on March 28 and face Rodriguez in July.

On Monday, Aldeguer learned that Rodriguez “wasn’t ready to fight on March 28” and that Nietes will now defend his title against Gilberto Parra who is ranked No. 13 and Nietes will fight Rodriguez in a mandatory title defense on July 4.

Aldeguer informed the Manila Standard/Viva Sports “we have not signed the contract as yet but hopefully we should get it done by tomorrow (Wednesday).”

The merry-go-round once again highlights the difficulty Filipino promoters have in dealing with Zanfer while it also raises the question as to why the WBO insisted on a mandatory title defense when the challenger was not ready.

Parra has an impressive record of 17 knockouts in 19 wins with one of his losses suffered at the hands of Martin Tecuapetla who scored a lopsided ten round decision on November 2, 2013.

Tecuaptela is the same fighter who dropped a ten round majority decision against Milan Melindo in a clash for the WBO International title on May 10, 2014.

In his last fight on February 14 this year, Parra was cut on his left eye in the 2nd round of a scheduled ten round bout against Maximino Flores with the bout declared a “no contest.”

http://philboxing.com/news/story-104423.html

Tijuana’s Enriquez shuts down Arrazola

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By Matt Thompson \  Photos: Leonso Nunez –

Despite over forty years of showcasing live professional boxing in “America’s Finest City” of San Diego, Bobby D. Presents, led by California boxing hall of fame promoter Bobby DePhilippis, still had a night of firsts last Friday night. In the main event of their last show of the year, billed as “Dangerous Divas II”, the popular Tijuana Kenia Enriquez (13-0, 6KO) put on a masterful display of power, speed and technique to capture the vacant WBO female flyweight title with a complete shutout of the much more experienced Ana “La Bronca” Arrazola (21-11-2, 13KO) of Mexico City. The night marked the first world title fight in San Diego in nearly ten years as well as the first female world title fight in the history of the city. Enriquez also set her mark by becoming the second youngest active female champion in boxing as well as the first Mexican woman to capture a WBO title strap. The night was co-promoted in association with Fernando Beltran’s Zanfer Promotions. 

The just recently turned twenty-one year old Enriquez closed out a successful year with her fifth win of the year. After stopping Selene Lopez in one round in her native Tijuana last January, Enriquez defeated Noemi Bosques via a unanimous decision in her U.S. debut a month later. In April Enriquez stopped former two-time world champion Jolene Blackshear in seven to capture the NABF 108lb title and last September shutout the tough Mayela “Cobrita” Perez for eight rounds.

It was no secret the thirty-four year old southpaw Arrazola was the more experienced one with more knockouts than Kenia had fights. Arrazola held the fringe WBF junior flyweight title in 2013 and had challenged for world title before including against Yesica Bopp twice and Suzy Kentikian. Earlier this year she traveled to Japan for a shot at the IBF junior flyweight but came up short against Naoko Shibata. Arrazola was coming off a ten round unanimous decision over Estefania Fonseca back in October.

From the opening bell Enriquez made her intentions known as she welcomed to Arrazola to San Diego, the first time Arrazola was fighting on American soil after forays to Argentina, Germany and South Korea, with a hard right hand flush to the face that snapped the Mexico City fighter’s head back. That exact punch would turn out to be Enriquez’s weapon of choice through out the night.

Despite scheduled for ten rounds for the first time in her career, Enriquez wanted to finish things early and still in the first round she landed a hard left hook to begin a flurry that seemed to surprise Arrazola who perhaps expected a more complacent pace.

Kenia continued to score the straight right hand but changed it up to the body that would double Arrazola over every time it landed. Arrazola’s face might have had a homing device for Enriquez powerful straight right hand, as it never seemed to miss through the bout.

The Tijuana’s fighter defense turned out to be as good as her offense as she easily slipped Arrazola’s left and then countered with a multi-punch combination including a precise uppercut.

In the sixth Kenia went for the kill as she ran across the ring at the bell and tried to pin Arrazola against the ropes with a flurry of punches. Arrazola’s experience was enough for her to react quickly and use her lateral movement to get out of harm’s way but not before receiving a couple of flush punches to the face.

After a slower paced seventh and with the crowd egging her on, Kenia tried for the knockout again in the eighth but Arrazola besides using everything in her thirty-four bout, eight year career experience proved to have granite chin as she was able to survive the onslaught.

Yet another right hand landed early in the ninth but this one sent Arrazola reeling against the ropes but was able to counter well and make Enriquez think twice as the young champion tried to finish her off. Kenia never left off the gas, including in the tenth and final round, but Arrazola proved to be too tough and wise to get stopped.

All three judges, Tony Crebs, Alejandro Rochin and Pat Russell, had it a landslide victory for Enriquez with scores of 100-90, 100-90 and 100-89 respectively.

“She was very smart and experienced, every time I thought I had her and would be able to stop the fight, she would use something different to get away, I learned a lot from this fight, “ Enriquez said seconds after winning the title. “I am ready for the best of the world. I would like to either unify the division or go down to my natural weight of 108 pounds and win a title there. I might even try to go down to straw weight. I don’t think I would have a problem with that. I have to talk to my team and especially to my promoter, Bobby DePhilippis, to see what is next.”

http://www.fightnews.com/Boxing/tijuanas-enriquez-shuts-down-arrazola-270782

PRESIDENTE ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO FELICITA AL CAMPEÓN MUNDIAL PAJA DE LA OMB FRANCISCO ‘CHIHUAS’ RODRÍGUEZ

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“El boxeador Francisco Rodríguez Tamayo “El Chihuas” es orgullo de Monterrey y México”.

Enrique Peña Nieto, Presidente de México.

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El Presidente de México Enrique Peña Nieto felicitó personalmente al primer campeón mundial regiomontano, Francisco ‘Chihuas’ Rodríguez que el pasado 22 de marzo se coronó monarca Paja de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB) en la Arena Monterrey ante Merlito Sabillo al que le arrebató el invicto por nocaut en el décimo asalto, en cartelera organizada por la empresa Zanfer de Fernando Beltrán.

Contrario a otros monarcas mundiales mexicanos, al ‘Chihuas’ lo felicitó personalmente el primer mandatario nacional en su tierra, Monterrey, Nuevo León en una visita que tuvo de trabajo, destacando el triunfo del peleador para los mexicanos.

El peleador acudió a la cita a donde fue invitado por personal del ejecutivo estatal y se entrevistó con el Gobernador de Nuevo León Rodrigo Medina y con el Presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, yendo acompañado de su entrenador y manager José Antonio Hernández.

‘El Chihuas’, monarca mundial Paja de la OMB, organismo que preside Francisco Valcárcel, agradeció el gesto y le regaló un par de guantes autografiados al Presidente.

Acude a la Arena El Jefe – Ya por la noche el campeón mundial acudió como frecuentemente lo hace a la Arena El Jefe como aficionado que es el boxeo, ya estando en el lugar subió al ring a invitación del anunciador Ramiro Ramírez, quien también hizo subir al campeón mundial Plata CMB, Sergio ‘Dandy’ Puente y el campeón nacional Mosca Fecombox, Eduardo ‘Lalillo’ Hernández que el próximo 30 de abril se presenta en la estelar de la función de Promociones El Jefe en este mismo escenario.

http://boxaldia.com/2014/04/10/presidente-enrique-pena-nieto-felicita-al-campeon-mundial-paja-de-la-omb-francisco-chihuas-rodriguez/

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Marquez-Alvarado: Arum, Beltran Discussing For 5/17

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By Miguel Rivera –

Top Rank’s CEO Bob Arum, and Zanfer Promotions President Fernando Beltran, are discussing the possibility of a fight between Juan Manuel Marquez (55-7-1, 40KOs) and Mike Alvarado, which is being targeted for May 17th at The Forum in Los Angeles, California. The co-feature would see a lightweight bout between Mikey Garcia and Yuriorkis Gamboa. Marquez lost a twelve round split decision to WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley in October, and then a week later Alvarado (34-2, 23KOs) was stopped by Ruslan Provodnikov.

“A few minutes ago I just spoke with Fernando Beltran [who handles Marquez]. Juan Manuel Marquez, maybe he will go against Mike Alvarado. And then the winner? Although not officially, [the winner] would face the winner of the rematch between Pacquiao and Bradley. This is what might happen here. We are thinking about [doing that fight] at the new Forum in Los Angeles,” Arum stated to Carlos Narvaez.

http://www.boxingscene.com/marquez-alvarado-arum-beltran-discussing-5-17–74595

Juan Manuel Marquez Getting Closer To Next Opponent

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By Elisinio Castillo

The future of Juan Manuel Marquez (55-7-1, 40KOs) should become clearer by Chistmas Day. On Thursday and Friday, Marquez will be meeting with the president of the World Boxing Organization, Francisco ‘Paco’ Valcárcel, who will be visiting Mexico.

Marquez would like a rematch with WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley (31-0, 12KOs), who won a split decision over the Mexican veteran in October.

Valcarcel wants to talk to Marquez about the possibility of facing the current WBO champion at 140-pounds, Ruslan Provodnikov. Marquez has rejected the idea of a Provodnikov fight in several interviews and even threatened to retire if he doesn’t get Bradley again.

Marquez did tell his promoter, Fernando Beltran of Zanfer, that he wants to fight twice in 2014 before retiring. Top Rank’s CEO Bob Arum, who works with Beltran, confirmed those negotiations are ongoing.

“I spoke with Beltrán and he informed me that he is already speaking [with Marquez]. Márquez wants to do two more fights before retiring. We are going to speak before Christmas Day. We believe that a rematch can be done with Bradley and that he could also fight with Provodnikov,” Arum told Carlos Navaez.

http://www.boxingscene.com/juan-manuel-marquez-getting-closer-next-opponent–72916

Nietes-Fuentes rematch set

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By Ronnie Nathanielsz | Dec. 06, 2013

WORLD Boxing Organization light flyweight champion Donnie Nietes is
ready to face mandatory challenger Moises Fuentes possibly in the Top
Rank fight card in Macau on Feb. 22.

ALA Promotions president Michael Aldeguer said he had received a letter
from Luis Batista-Salas, chairman of the WBO Championship Committee on
Wednesday, in which both ALA Promotions and Mexico’s Zanfer, headed by
Fernando Beltran, were given 30 days to negotiate an agreement for the
rematch, otherwise if an accord is not reached within the time frame, a
Purse Bid will be ordered.

The WBO stated that “any of the parties involved may call for a purse bid at any time during the negotiation process.”

Should negotiations fail, they would have to go to a purse bid with a minimum set at $80,000.

Under the rules, the champion is entitled to 75 percent of the winning
purse bid and the challenger 25 percent, although at times, both parties
could agree to amend the split.

Aldeguer said he had spoken to Arum about a world title fight in Macau
during the recent WBO international welterweight title fight in which
Manny Pacquiao scored a handsome 12-round victory over Brandon Rios.

Aldeguer said he would get in touch with Arum and also try to talk to Beltran too about the Macau fight.

He said Nietes, who is coming off an impressive third-round technical
knockout over Mexico’s former world minimum weight champion Sammy
Gutierrez is ready and willing to defend his title against Fuentes in
Macau.

Their first clash on March 2 this year at the Waterfront Hotel and
Casino in Cebu ended in a close majority draw, with American judges
Adlaide Byrd and Pat Russell scoring the fight a 114-114 draw, while
Filipino judge Danrex Tapdasan whom the Fuentes camp had objected to
before the fight, scoring it for Nietes, 115-113.

http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/12/06/nietes-fuentes-rematch-set/

 

 

Fuentes expone en Chiapas; luego Macao

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El mexicano Moisés “Moi” Fuentes, flamante campeón mundial minimosca interino de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo (OMB), recibió buenas noticias de su promotor Fernando Beltrán: en diciembre defenderá en Chiapas el cetro mundial minimosca interino de OMB ante un retador que ya se le busca, y en marzo del año entrante peleará en Macao, China Continental.

La intención de Beltrán, presidente de la empresa Zanfer, es que Fuentes salga airoso de su defensa en Chiapas, ya sea en Tapachula o Tuxtla Gutiérrez, y posteriormente en marzo irá a oriente a enfrentarse al filipino Donnie Nietes, por el campeonato mundial minimosca absoluto de la Organización Mundial.

Nietes es el campeón propietario, y “Moi” el interino, por lo que es obligado que se enfrenten para encontrar al campeón absoluto de la agrupación que preside el abogado Francisco “Paco” Valcárcel desde Puerto Rico.

“Moi” Fuentes y Donnie Nietes ya se enfrentaron y el resultado en las islas Filipinas fue de empate, lo que se tradujo en un resultado que para “Moi” fue un despojo.

Ahora el pleito de desempate se llevará a un terreno neutral, a China Continental, y al nuevo mercado de oro del boxeo, Macao, antigua posesión portuguesa, en donde hay hoteles y casinos de súper lujo, y a pesar de pertenecer a China, una nación comunista, se conserva su estatus capitalista, como Hong Kong.

Fuentes ya inició sus trabajos bajo las órdenes de su manejador Jorge Barrera Tapia para pelear en el último mes del año. Aguarda el nombre de su rival.

http://www.notifight.com/artman2/publish/Reporte_7/Fuentes_expone_en_Chiapas_luego_Macao.php