Managua, capital of Nicaragua, dresses up once again this October 27, with the International Boxing Evening that will be held at the Cathedral of Central American Sports, the Alexis Argüello Sports Center.
The capital will host a very important event, where the Junior World Championship of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) will be played between the Nicaraguan Leyman Benavides who has a record of 20 victories, 3 by fast track, 6 losses and a draw against Puerto Rican Jonathan González with a record of 27-3-1, fight agreed to 12 rounds.
Benavides will have an opportunity to become world champion and write his name in gold letters at the top of pinolero boxing.
The Nicaraguan was crowned WBA Fedelatin Monarch, National Champion at 105 pounds and won the WBA Gold title at 105 pounds in 2020. He has a positive record of 7 consecutive victories, his last loss was six years ago against Gilberto Vine.
This boxing evening will be broadcast on the international ESPN network, which will also feature the semi-main event between Pinolero Gerardo Zapata with a record of 14-1-1 and Panamanian Carlos Ortega, with a record of 15-7-3 for the Championship. Global Championship.
A total of 7 fights are planned in Managua, for the enjoyment of families who love contact sports, an event that is organized by the World Boxing Organization (WBO) and Good Government.