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Mexican coach believes there are no favorites in the 2014 Veracruz Games

The boxing coach, Mexican Francisco Bonilla, considered that the tournament of this sport in the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014 will be more fierce than previous versions and therefore getting on the podium will have its difficulty in each of the divisions.
The degree of difficulty is high in Central Americans, since boxing in the area has raised its level and is more competitive, we have countries that have a great tradition in both amateur and professional boxing, so designate one or two countries as rivals to beat it’s very difficult, ”he explained.
Bonilla, who has been in charge of the national team for three Olympic cycles, commented that despite this panorama, Mexico must step into the ring in order to reach the finals.
“We have an obligation to do a good job, since we are at home and with this the boxers are motivated. The group is made up of young and experienced boxers, which gives a good combination to be in the medal table ”, he affirmed.
He explained that the preparation was good, since the national boxers had as “sparrings” representatives of Colombia and Venezuela, who were concentrated in the Mexican Olympic Sports Center (CDOM).
The boxing tournament in the Mesoamerican event is scheduled at the Boca del Río World Trade Center, from 21 to 29 of this month.
The national boxing team is made up of Joselito Velázquez (49), Alan de la Luz (52), Sergio Chirino (56), Lindolfo Delgado (60), Raúl Curiel (64), Marvin Cabrera (69), Misael Rodríguez (75 ), Rogelio Romero (81) and Edgar Ramírez (91) (Courtesy of Excelsior.com.mx).

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