Mazatlán, Sin.- After several weeks of preparation in Canadatraining with local boxers, boxer Mazatlan green frameculminated his walk in Canadian lands, winning the Calgary Cupwhich served as a blank for future competitions.
Despite the inclement weather, Verde managed to impose her condition, under the weight of 71 kilogramsand explaining why he is the best in the category at continental level, since he is the champion of the AMBC.
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‘El Green’, who is looking to reach the 2024 Paris Olympics, drew attention to his discipline, mobility and dedication above the ring at the 2022 YYC Cup last weekend, making his debut with his right foot to head for a new title in his amateur career.
Hosted by Southpaw Family Fitness and Boxing Gym and sanctioned by Boxing Alberta, the tournament brought together top athletes and teams from across Canada to pair up and test their skills in the ring.
Marco Verde, representing the Griffins Boxing Club, and current AMBC Continental Champion, defeated Hunter Lee (Team Ontario), Provincial Champion of the Canadian National Boxing Team, by unanimous decision, in the Elite Open 71 kg category.
The work of “Green”, in the ring, impressed the Canadians gathered at the tournament, since he was one of the most applauded and recognized his level, the boxer of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, who has as trainer Radamés Hernández .
Now Verde’s next goal is to keep adding wins in future competitions as he is in for a good time, becoming a continent-wide man and leaving port very well on his feet and representing the tricolor where he stands. stopped.