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  • Submitted by: Luis Manuel Mazorra
  • 02 / 07 / 2012

Havana, Feb 6 (Prensa Latina) Nine of the top Cuban boxers will take part next weekend in the traditional international tournament Bocskai Hungarian Memorial, said sources with the National Commission of the discipline.

   According to the commissioner, Alberto Puig, technical criteria determined the absence of the subtitle of the world in 60 kilograms, Yasniel Toledo, but the rest of the delegation are the leading figures in their respective categories.

Reasons based on the analysis of the coaches advised not to fill that place now, but no more weight constraints, the manager said Jit digital newspaper.

The group is led by the world champions of Baku-2011 Lazaro Alvarez (56 kilos) and Julio Cesar Cruz (81), along with the other Olympic ticket: Yosvany Veitia (49), Robeisis Ramirez (52), Jose Angel Larduet (91) and Erislandy Savón (over 91).

Rounding out the top holder of the world of Milan-2009 Roniel Iglesias (64) and the Beijing Olympic runners-2008 Carlos Banteur (69) and Emilio Correa (75).

The Hungarian fight, scheduled for 8 to 11 this month in the city of Debrecen, expected to attend some 140 boxers from 22 countries, including Russia, UK and China.

In this competition he premiered his Cuban boxing in the 2012 international calendar, which main objective is to recover summer in London lost supremacy in China's capital.

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