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Old 08-23-2012, 04:48 PM   #1
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Default The Greatest Mexican trainers

I can never find anything on the great Mexican trainers. The names I know of must have been as great as any trainers anywhere, and have produced many monsters. Guys like "Cuyo" Hernandez, Lupe Sanchez, Nacho Beristain, Rudy Perez, Romulo Quiarte some I have not heard of or know their names. if anybody out there of can post a link, an article or whatever even if it's in spanish.
Here is some tidbits to get the ball rolling.
Cuyo" Hernandez, had Zarate, Zamora, and Pintor at the same time. As the manager/trainer, he got 50%, of the purses and all the expenses came out of the fighters cut. Nacho Beristain, came from the "Cuyo" Hernandez school of boxing.
One of the best but relativily unknown trainers in boxing with a great resume, is Romulo Quiarte, from Tijuana, I will give just one name, and this name would would be make any trainer's dream come true, if they had him on their Resume, in fact some of them have taken credit but the real credit belongs to Quiarte. The name Julio Cesar Chavez sr. from his 2 or 3rd pro fight til the bitter end, when he was stopped, the man stopping the fight was Romulo.
Hope more can be learned about these great men.
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:51 AM   #2
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Cristobal Rosas was also in Salvador Sanchez' corner as well as Julio Cesar Chavez.

Cuyo Hernandez is considered to be Mexico's finest trainer tho. He was the one who originally trained Finito Lopez before passing away, and having Finito continued being trained by Beristain. As mentioned, Zarate, Zamora, and Pintor were trained by him as well as the great Ruben Olivares.
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Yep, Cuyo Hernandez was the man.
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:13 PM   #4
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Cristobal Rosas was also in Salvador Sanchez' corner as well as Julio Cesar Chavez.

Cuyo Hernandez is considered to be Mexico's finest trainer tho. He was the one who originally trained Finito Lopez before passing away, and having Finito continued being trained by Beristain. As mentioned, Zarate, Zamora, and Pintor were trained by him as well as the great Ruben Olivares.
I wish there was more on these great trainers, theres nada on them and it's a shame.
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Old 08-25-2012, 12:07 AM   #5
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Nacho. For me that's a no brainer:

Gilberto Roman
Daniel Zaragoza
The Marquez brothers

People also forget that he got Mares off to a great start, he also trained a druggy, booze choked, burnt out, shot to shit Chavez to a draw with Miguel Angel Gonzalez who was excellent at the time. That was actually an accomplishment.

And anyone who can train a hard working but very very ordinary Daniel Zaragoza to the hall of fame is a ****ing genius.
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Old 08-25-2012, 12:51 AM   #6
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Nacho. For me that's a no brainer:

Gilberto Roman
Daniel Zaragoza
The Marquez brothers

People also forget that he got Mares off to a great start, he also trained a druggy, booze choked, burnt out, shot to shit Chavez to a draw with Miguel Angel Gonzalez who was excellent at the time. That was actually an accomplishment.

And anyone who can train a hard working but very very ordinary Daniel Zaragoza to the hall of fame is a ****ing genius.
This. When he got his hands on a fighter, Nacho turned him into an amazing technician.

The wrinkles he even adds into his lesser known fighters games when they start training together is a treat to watch. He's no world beater, but guys like Escobedo have clearly improved under his tutelage.
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