NO TE LAS VAS ACABAR SAGUILÁN: “MICKY” ROMÁN

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El juarense Miguel “Micky” Román, apenas supo la noticia de que su rival sería Nery “La Pantera” Saguilán y su ánimo se subió al máximo, pues hay mucho odio de por medio, desde hace mucho tiempo se traen ganas y por fin se dio la oportunidad de medir fuerzas la noche del 24 de Junio en gimnasio Josué Nery Santos de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.
“No saben cómo he estado esperando esta pelea, la verdad me cae de sorpresa y solo me queda agradecer a mi empresa Promociones del Pueblo porque siempre me apoya en todo lo que les pido, hace tiempo les pedí que me soltaran al “gatito” ese y me dijeron que primero el título del mundo, así fue, seguimos peleando por el título del mundo, pero si Saguilán quiere que le adelante su retiro, se lo voy a conceder”, dijo Román.
Y es que han sido varias las ocasiones que han tenido que ser separados por sus respectivos equipos de trabajo para no llegar a los golpes, “de por sí no lo trago y para colmo un día se me aparece en Guadalajara cuando entrenaba con Rafael Guzmán, hasta lo tuve que aguantar en la misma casa, desde entonces le traigo unas ganas, de verdad, no se la va a acabar esa noche”.
Pero esa no fue la única vez, “la otra vez se quiso pasar cuando nos topamos en Ixtapa, ni quien lo pele y me quiso apantallar y que lo paro en seco, ese día se lo dije, que le bajara de volumen, no sabe con quién se mete, habla por hablar, quiero ver si así como habla me lo demuestra arriba del ring, ese día en Juárez le voy a poner una bailada de aquellas”.
Román reitera que será una pelea que no va a durar porque apenas lo toque y lo va a mandar a dormir, “una vez se le ocurrió toserme aquí en mi tierra, esa vez en Parral, igual, me empezó a decir de cosas y se lo dije, que pidiera la pelea y a la hora que quiera y donde quiera lo atiendo, solo espero que se prepare bien porque de verdad, no sabe en la que se metió, donde lo agarre, no se la va a acabar y de verdad, esa noche va a sufrir como nunca en su vida”.

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