Bogota will receive Gabriel Maestre an Jeovanis Barraza of the “Explosive Test” fight card for a press conference that will take place this Wednesday starting at 10:00am at the Radisson Hotel. The promotion of the fight between the Colombian Jeovanis “Meke” Barraza and the Venezuelan Gabriel Maestre, entered its strong point and the Colombian capital will witness what will come next July 6th at the Coliseo Sugar Baby Rojas, from Barranquilla.
Barraza and Maestre will fight for the Fedebol title of the World Boxing Association (WBA) of the super welterweight division. The man from Barranquilla is undefeated in 20 matches and has won 14 by knockout. He will face Gabriel Maestre of Venezuela, who will make his professional debut but is backed by a great career in the amateur field, which includes two Olympic Games and five World Boxing Championships, as well as medals in the Pan American Games.
The event will have the presence of the president of the WBA, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, and several of the fighters who will see action at the evening, which promises to be one of the most remembered throughout Colombia in the coming years.
In addition, the press conference will be broadcast via streaming through the WBA YouTube channel, which will allow it to have a wider reach and fans around the world can see the face to face between the “Meke” and the “Captain”.