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Berchelt changes “team” – El Diario de Yucatán

The cancunian will work with Jorge Capetillo

Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt, a former super featherweight champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC), announced yesterday that he will leave manager Alfredo Caballero and join Jorge Capetillo’s team in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The “Alacrán” will leave Hermosillo after separating from the “Team Caballero”, with whom he worked for four years.

“Alfredo Caballero, thank you very much for everything, we lived so many moments, so many victories, I will never forget everything you did for me, when you were going to look for me to stop running and I did not want to, I will never forget the day I met you, you told me ‘you will be world champion ‘and years later he came to your stable, ”Berchelt wrote on his Facebook account. “Together we won the world title and we were there for four years and six defenses. I know this is not a goodbye, but a see you soon, “he added.

Under the command of Alfredo Caballero, Berchelt managed to win the World Boxing Organization (WBO) interim super featherweight title against George Jupp in March 2016 and made a defense against Suriya Tatakum in July of the same year.

Later, “Alacrán” snatched the WBC super featherweight belt from Francisco “Bandido” Vargas and managed to retain it six times.

In February of this year, Miguel lost that title when he was knocked out by Óscar Valdez from Sonora, which meant his first and only defeat with the team of the Cancun fighter with Caballero.

Jorge Capetillo is a well-known coach, currently working with champions such as Tyson Fury, Shakur Stevenson, Luis “Pantera” Nery and Jesse Magdaleno.

“He decided to go his way,” Caballero said in an interview. “And I am a coach, I have to follow mine. We had great moments, and I hope he does very well. Nothing happened”.

“We both cried, because there were many very good moments, only the cycle was closed,” he explained.

“It was painful for him too,” Caballero revealed. “He couldn’t find a way to tell me. I noticed it strange, so it was the best thing we could have done, because it hurt him to tell me, I know. I felt it. That moment had to come, we talked about it and we were very good, without reproaches or anger. We hugged each other, we both cried, and that’s it, “he said.

“I feel that we could have continued more, because I know him. The one who finished me was him, and I let him go ”, he explained.


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The cancunian will work with Jorge Capetillo

Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt, a former super featherweight champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC), announced yesterday that he will leave manager Alfredo Caballero and join Jorge Capetillo’s team in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The “Alacrán” will leave Hermosillo after separating from the “Team Caballero”, with whom he worked for four years.

“Alfredo Caballero, thank you very much for everything, we lived so many moments, so many victories, I will never forget everything you did for me, when you were going to look for me to stop running and I did not want to, I will never forget the day I met you, you told me ‘you will be world champion ‘and years later he came to your stable, ”Berchelt wrote on his Facebook account. “Together we won the world title and we were there for four years and six defenses. I know this is not a goodbye, but a see you soon, “he added.

Under the command of Alfredo Caballero, Berchelt managed to win the World Boxing Organization (WBO) interim super featherweight title against George Jupp in March 2016 and made a defense against Suriya Tatakum in July of the same year.

Later, “Alacrán” snatched the WBC super featherweight belt from Francisco “Bandido” Vargas and managed to retain it six times.

In February of this year, Miguel lost that title when he was knocked out by Óscar Valdez from Sonora, which meant his first and only defeat with the team of the Cancun fighter with Caballero.

Jorge Capetillo is a well-known coach, currently working with champions such as Tyson Fury, Shakur Stevenson, Luis “Pantera” Nery and Jesse Magdaleno.

“He decided to go his way,” Caballero said in an interview. “And I am a coach, I have to follow mine. We had great moments, and I hope he does very well. Nothing happened”.

“We both cried, because there were many very good moments, only the cycle was closed,” he explained.

“It was painful for him too,” Caballero revealed. “He couldn’t find a way to tell me. I noticed it strange, so it was the best thing we could have done, because it hurt him to tell me, I know. I felt it. That moment had to come, we talked about it and we were very good, without reproaches or anger. We hugged each other, we both cried, and that’s it, “he said.

“I feel that we could have continued more, because I know him. The one who finished me was him, and I let him go ”, he explained.

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