MARVIN CABRERA

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BACKGROUND…

On the Mexican youth national team for two years and on the elite team for five years, Cabrera was a 16-time national champion who twice competed in the world championships. 

He won a Bronze medal in the Central American Games, among several other accolades, on route to a 135-15 record. In 2012-13, Cabrera compiled a 12-5 record in the World Series of Boxing league, and while staying in the amateur ranks in order to earn a shot at an Olympic Gold medal was enticing, Cabrera decided that to best take care of himself and his family, becoming a professional was his best option. The member of a fighting family that includes his father and brother, both of whom fought professionally, and a sister, Mexico City’s Cabrera first put boxing gloves on at the age of 10, and later that year, he had his first fight. He was nervous, but he won, and from there, he was all in.

In 2012-13, Cabrera compiled a 12-5 record in the World Series of Boxing league, and while staying in the amateur ranks in order to earn a shot at an Olympic Gold medal was enticing, Cabrera decided that to best take care of himself and his family, becoming a professional was his best option. The member of a fighting family that includes his father and brother, both of whom fought professionally, and a sister, Mexico City’s Cabrera first put boxing gloves on at the age of 10, and later that year, he had his first fight. He was nervous, but he won, and from there, he was all in.

The member of a fighting family that includes his father and brother, both of whom fought professionally, and a sister, Mexico City’s Cabrera first put boxing gloves on at the age of 10, and later that year, he had his first fight. He was nervous, but he won, and from there, he was all in.

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Cabrera is trained/managed by Daniel Ponce De Leon

PROFESSIONAL RECORD – 3-0-0 (3 KO’s)

Date Opponent Result
2017-03-10 Saadallah Aitameemi KO
2016-11-18 Steven Andrade RTD
2016-10-07 Jose Caro KO

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Prospect Marvin Cabrera coasted to victory over Saadallah Aitameemi, the referee waving the contest off in the third of a scheduled six round contest.

Cabrera who took his record to 3-0 with a 100% knockout ratio set the pattern of the fight with a right hand in the first which put Aitameemi through the ropes. thereafter it became a case of caution for Aitameemi who used his feet to get him out of danger. Cabrera stayed composed and found his range before a combination in the third had the referee stepping in to call a halt to proceedings.