When talking about Mexican boxing, one inexorably talks about success, greatness, history and legends, however, very few great Mexican champions can boast of having conquered three different weight divisions.
Julio Cesar Chavez, Erik “Terrible” Morales, Marco Antonio Barrera, Jorge “Travieso” Arce, Fernando “Kochulito” Montiel, Leo Santa Cruz, Abner Mares and Canelo Álvarez are some of the legendary Mexican boxers who have managed to reign in three different weight divisions, and now a boy from San Juan Zitlaltepec, State of Mexico will look for this feat on February 3 in Glendale, Arizona.
Emanuel “Cowboy” Navarrete He is a passionate human being, his different nuances and unique style in the ring make the young Mexican champion a fighter who exudes education and kindness, as well as a fine treatment, however, already in the ring, Navarrete is a threat to anyone in The stringer, up there, is ruthless and I would say almost impossible to decipher in terms of his unique way of fighting, literally in a jiffy Emanuel can turn the tide of the fight in his favor.
Navarrete Martínez, even coming from dark and complicated moments, can end the fight with a single blow, this due to the way he attacks, his attacks are almost impossible to guess, decipher or counter.
Before Óscar Valdez was unfortunately injured, Navarrete’s rival was the pride of Nogales, Sonora they would dispute the vacant title of the 130-pound WBO version, but the injury of the former monarch 126 and 130 left us wanting to see a story battle between two of the most seasoned and beloved Mexicans of recent times, but I have no doubt that the two will face each other on the stage one day.
Now Navarrete His rival is an Australian warrior who walks with a record of 11 victories, 1 setback and with 7 anesthetized, his numbers may not tell us much, but let’s not forget that Australians are strong and don’t know how to crack, as a reference there are the Moloney and Kambosos Jr, to name a few.
The prodigal son of San Juan Zitlaltepec has in his hands, or rather in his fists, the achievement of his third division, days ago I spoke with him within the framework of the very deep solitude offered by the Otomí Ceremonial Center, this concentration in the heights from the State of Mexico, they let me see a more mature “Vaquero”, with a grim face and gesture, which undoubtedly reveals to me that he is going to climb like never before, with an excessive hunger and the best preparation in his history for his backs.
Mexico must prepare to celebrate, because in my opinion, during the evening offered by Top Rank on February 3 in Arizona, we Mexicans will have another world champion in 3 different divisions.
surely in San Juan Zitlaltepec They are going to celebrate the entrance of their prodigal son to that select group of legendary Aztec warriors with 3 divisions, who will be immortal, as the town’s festival.