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Jon Míguez retains his title of champion of Spain

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He did it when he struck down Jonathan Valero from Zaragoza in the second round

Jon Míguez, The Good Boy ‘, retained his title of welterweight champion of Spain at the Palacio de los Deportes in Santander. He did it when he struck down Jonathan Valero from Zaragoza in the second round. The Castro resident from Getxo, who had won the belt in Cullera on April 10 of this year against Ricardo Roser, made a voluntary defense of the title and with a great combination of hands in the second round sent his opponent to the canvas . In this way, after four minutes of fighting, Jon Míguez remains undefeated with his fifteenth victory, seven of them by KO. The ‘good boy’ always likes to put on a show and his blue tide brought a new joy, even though he could only enjoy Míguez’s boxing in less than two rounds. A left crochet marked the conclusion of a fight that brings him closer to the fight for a European title. Every fight is a new challenge and I work for it. Now, what the promoter sends, “said Míguez after another notch in his box of triumphs. Txutxi del Valle, from MGZ, appreciates that Míguez makes another defense “about the month of February March with the undefeated Madrid-born Aaron Alhambra or a fight of the European Union championship.”

Before Jon Míguez’s exhibition, Jokin García, a promising fighter from Indautxu, defeated Ukrainian Yevhen Kostenko from rounds two to three. Saúl Luna won against Artem Ayvazrdi by split decision and Santi Banegas also raised his arms by unanimous decision.

Iberdrola Cup

In addition, in the fourth edition of the Iberdrola Cup for women’s Olympic boxing that took place at the Bizkaia fronton in Bilbao, Jennifer Fernández from Granada beat the young Valencian Alba Bustos in less than 57 kilos. In addition, the Cantabrian Mariluz Peral surpassed the Jaen Marta López (less than 48 kilos); the Asturian Laura Fuertes to the Madrilenian Tatiana Pérez (less 51 kilos); Mamen Madueño from Cordoba to Paula Ruíz (less than 54 kilos); and Laura Reoyo to the Canarian Sara Eusebio (less than 60 kilos). The fights faced the representatives of the Spanish team against the most outstanding female boxers in the country.

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