Boxing: Cuban Lázaro Álvarez achieves his third victory as a professional

the stellar cuban boxer Lázaro Álvarez achieved his third victory as a professional boxer this Friday, in a fight held in Hermosillo, Mexico.

Álvarez (135 pounds) eliminated the local Brandom Obledo by technical knockout in five rounds and thus extended to 14 the victories in the rented boxing of the Domadores de Cuba franchise, which brings together the fighters who compete under the aegis of the Federation of the Island. (FCB).

The three-time world amateur champion and three-time Olympic bronze medalist “offered a tremendous display and decided with a flurry of blows and powerful left hands,” according to the specialized channel ESPN aforementioned through the website Hit.

Obledo reached the commitment with the endorsement of having won his four previous presentations by knockouts, refers to the publication, which recalls that three other boxers protected by the FCB have scheduled presentations on October 28 in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

The 2017 world champion Yosbany Veitía (118 pounds) would be appearing on that card, along with the universal bronze medalist Osvel Caballero (130 pounds) and the Olympic gold medalist Arlen López (175 pounds), against rivals not yet publicly announced.

Cuban amateur boxers began their forays into professional circuits hand in hand with the Mexican company Golden Ringwhich signed a representation agreement with the FCB for its representation in this type of dispute.

After an initial evening in May in Aguascalientes, where the six boxers from the island present were unsuccessfulthe Domadores de Cuba team has stringed together a string of another eight consecutive wins in professional fights, although many times over rivals of low level and experience in this type of boxing.

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