Ecuador welcomes boxing back

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Ecuador welcomes boxing back

Ecuador welcomes boxing back

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Ecuador welcomes boxing back

WBA Press. 14 February.  The World Boxing Association and FEDELATIN are endorsing returning of professional boxing to Coliseum Julio Cesar Hidalgo, in Quito, Ecuador on March 1.

Local Erick Bone and Colombian Dunis Manuel Liñian are in charge of jumping in the ring for this historical date.

Bone, 24, is considered the new hope of Ecuadorian boxing.  He is undefeated in 7 fights, with four KO’s.

His opponent will be Liñian is more experienced and has a record of 17 wins, 21 defeats, with 11 KO’s.


Retorna el boxeo profesional a Ecuador

Bone vs Liñian se disputarán el 1 de marzo el título welter FEDELATIN

Prensa AMB. 14 de febrero.- La Asociación Mundial de Boxeo, a través de su ente regional FEDELATIN, dan el aval al retorno de la actividad rentada a Ecuador, cuando este 1 de marzo de 2013 se dispute un pleito de la división de las 147 libras en el Coliseo Julio César Hidalgo, en Quito.

Los encargados de subir al ring en la histórica pega serán el anfitrión Erick Bone y el colombiano Dunis Manuel Liñian.

Bone, de 24 años de edad, es considerado como la nueva esperanza del pugilismo ecuatoriano. Hasta el momento suma siete triunfos sin derrotas y cuatro nocauts propinados.

Su rival será Liñian tiene más experiencia en el rentado, y totaliza 17 triunfos con 21 derrotas, con dos empates junto a 11 nocauts provocados.


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