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Multi-time Chilean amateur standout Daniel Uribe signs with Dragon Fire Boxing

Multi-time Chilean amateur standout has signed a long-term deal with Tony Tolj’s Dragon Fire Boxing.

Uribe comes from a host of standout South Americans and joins Tolj’s ever-growing international stable that includes global stars Andrew and Jason Moloney amongst others.

Uribe discussed turning professional and outlined his hopes moving forward. He said, “Turning professional with Tony Tolj, who is a great leader of men is a wonderful blessing in my life and I thank God for this and my team in Chile who have made this possible.

“I won 3 national titles and the WBC amateur tournament at 56 and 60kg, so I want to continue that success in the professional side of the sport. I want to be the future of boxing and I want my name to be printed in history.

“Tony has done an amazing job with Andres Campos who is from Chile also, so I want to follow in his footsteps and move quickly into the world ratings. I was 37-3 as an amateur and I hope to continue that success as a professional.”

Uribe will be guided by Australian boxing architect Tony Tolj who weighed in on his latest signing, “Daniel is another quality addition to our stable and I am delighted to have him.

“He is a fun fighter to watch and is definitely a television standard fighter. That’s what we all want to have as part of our stables, so I want to bring him along the same way we did with Andres Campos and continue to put Chile on the boxing map.”

Credit: Harry’s Gym

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