On video | Yuberjen Martínez’s victory placed him in the quarterfinals of the AIBA Boxing World Cup

Colombian Yuberjen Martínez in his first fight against English McDonald in the World Boxing Championship in Serbia (AIBA /)

The Colombian boxer was unbeatable in the fight held on November 1 against the Belarusian Dzianis Salotskikh, confirming that he is in a great moment of his sports career.

Yuberjen Martinez, the only Colombian standing in the 21st AIBA Men’s World Championship that takes place in Belgrade, Serbia, awaits this November 2 the kasajo The Bibossinov case by quarterfinals.

Martínez dominated the fight from start to finish, despite the fact that the Belarusian sought to pressure him. The Colombian, with international talent in addition to an outstanding Olympic participation, won by unanimous decision 5-0.

These are the most outstanding moments of the combat that it sustained Yuberjen Martinez and that make Colombia dream of a new triumph in the sport of flat noses:

The Colombian has won his two World Cup bouts by unanimous decision. The first, which occurred on October 26, was against the English Kiaran Mcdonald.

The judges’ cards widely favored the one born in Turbo, Antioquia with a scoreboard 29-28, 30-26 and 30-27.

After defeats to the Belarusian Salotskikth, the turk awaits Madrid Yusifzada looking for a place in the semifinals. The winner of the contest will access the AIBA bronze.

Other results

AIBA 2021 Belgrade world champs logo (AIBA)

Despite the good work of Yuberjen Martinez at 21st AIBA Men’s World Championship, Colombian boxers concluded their Asian journey this November 1.

On one side, Diego Motoa Carabalí was defeated by Dzhambulat Hizhamov in the 75 kilogram category. He also bit the dust, Yilmar Gonzalez before the bulgarian Javier Ibáñez.

The national balance is 10 wins and seven defeats in the matches that are held in Serbia.

When ‘El Tremendo’ was outraged by an alleged robbery at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Hello, I am Yuberjen Herney Martínez Rivas, a Colombian boxer whose fight was stolen in Tokyo 2020 and this is the true story that is told about me”, Thus began the story of the Antioquia athlete who lost 4-1 to Japan’s Ryomei Tanaka in the quarterfinals of the Tokyo Olympics in the men’s flyweight category (48 kg), with a dubious referee determination involved.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics -  Boxing - Men's Flyweight - Quarterfinal - Kokugikan Arena - Tokyo, Japan - August 3, 2021  Yuberjen Martinez Rivas of Colombia in action against Ryomei Tanaka of Japan Pool via REUTERS/Luis Robayo
Tokyo 2020 Olympics – Boxing – Men’s Flyweight – Quarterfinal – Kokugikan Arena – Tokyo, Japan – August 3, 2021 Yuberjen Martinez Rivas of Colombia in action against Ryomei Tanaka of Japan Pool via REUTERS/Luis Robayo (LUIS ROBAYO/)

‘The tremendous’ came to be pronounced on social networks with a video where He made his outrage known after the arbitration decision in which he was harmed by judges Miguel Anco (Peru), Gintaras Sniuksta (Lithuania), Mohamed Besmi (Algeria) and Tsogtgerel Tserenkhand (Mongolia).

Between tears and rage, the Colombian did not hesitate to describe the arbitration decision as theft after seeing his Olympic dream vanish in a matter of seconds.

Yuberjén and his fans in Colombia were left with great disappointment after their battle and the questioned determination that led to start a campaign so that Mariana Pajón decided to award a symbolic medal to her compatriot and also devised a massive donation to contribute to the boxer and recognize his work and effort as a professional athlete.

When I’m in the dressing room I can’t bear the tears for the decision that had been made. We cried together and even some of the volunteers also came to cry together with us, we looked like children. I feel helpless, want to leave everything and it was not worth the effort I made. Frustration takes hold of you.

The sports press did not rule out that the result of the fight against Tanaka was an obvious robbery and robbery. Sports commentator Eugenio Baena, a boxing connoisseur, assured that Yuberjen undoubtedly would have achieved the gold medal in Tokyo, compared to how he had to compete with the level of his opponents in Rio de Janeiro 2016.

Read the full story at: Yuberjen Martínez confesses about the Olympic ‘robbery’ that truncated his dream of Tokyo


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