"Hurricane, Hurricane, Hurricane" . Omar Narváez joins the ring for 54th time in his professional career to compete for IBF Latin American Bantamweight Title (IBF) Carlos Sardinez . Around 23, the pugilist of 43 years will meet a sportsman 17 years younger at the hurricane club in the city of Buenos Aires by Tres Arroyos with the television of TyC Sports .
The Argentine fighter is a whole institution n in the box history of the country: officially debuted in December 2000 and signed a career on 48 victories (25 KO), 2 dragons and 3 losses.
Although the highlight is to have long of 16 fights Argentine with more continuous defense over the historic Carlos Monzón (14). Officially, he was more than 10 years unbeaten. His most notable achievements are the World Boxing Organization and 19459006 Super Fly by the same organization .
The Latin crown of the IBF board is he finds a time off and Narváez will try to fit it before a rival who will face one of his first important fights. "Baby" Sardinez is 26 years old and has 15 victories with only 2 knockouts, but he barely puts 1 loss to his number.
There is a fact that perfectly describes the distance between age: when Narváez appeared in his first Olympic Games (Atlanta 1996, then he participated in Sydney 2000), Sardinez was only four years old.