A Step-up in Caliber

DENVER (September 28, 2021) – Generation after generation of local and highly talented boxers come onto the scene and unfortunately leave without the anticipated success. Either missed opportunities, bad decisions, or just mainly the responsibilities of making a living and raising a family close the road to success in the sport. Let’s highlight three highly touted boxers in Colorado’s current boxing picture.

Today’s 3 top forerunners with strong possibilities for success in the game are Shawn Mccalman (9-0), Juaquin Camarena (14-0), and Javier Aragón (4-0-1)

L-R Shawn Mccalman – Juaquin Camarena – Javier Aragón

MCCALMAN fights as a super middleweight and recently picked up his game by defeating Vaughn Alexander, an extremely tough fight that most cautious boxers would have refrained. The victory over Alexander is not only great for the résumé but is the best mental protein a boxer can have. Mccalman remains on a mission and won his 9th professional bout in Galveston, TX by KO. Mccalman is managed by Ryan Roach

CAMARENA is certainly a chip off the old block, following the footsteps of his dad, contender Donald Camarena unquestionably displays signs of an outstanding pugilist. Camarena elected to abbreviate the amateur scene and turned professional early by competing in Mexico at the age of 17.  Camarena captures the NABF Junior Super Bantam Title in his eighth professional contest. Camarena competes at Super Bantamweight. Camarena is managed by Donald Camarena

ARAGÓN born in Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico began his professional boxing career in Denver on Mexican Independence Day 2018 when he met another outstanding and promising boxer Ernest Hunt, a rarity in today’s boxing landscape where promising boxers will take a ‘guaranteed win’ in their debuting session. Aragón brings to his game an extensive amateur background winning the Mexican national championship three times. Aragón competes in the Super Middleweight division. Aragón is managed by Aurelio, Inc.

Let’s follow, watch and support these local hopefuls and see where their careers take them, for they are vying to become national prospects.

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