WATCH: David Roman Curiel on boxing targets, making up for misplaced time

David Roman Curiel. Photograph by Hector Almodovar/State of Health Boxing Membership

David Roman Curiel had missed boxing in the course of the 9 years he was away from the ring, however thought the game was simply one thing in his previous. He had walked again right into a boxing gymnasium solely for the aim of getting again in form, however coach Dwyke Flemmings Sr. noticed that he nonetheless had some combat left in him.

Now, Curiel (4-1-1, 1 KO) of Paterson, N.J. will combat for the second time in a month when he faces Margarito Hernandez (2-1-1) in a four-round welterweight bout on Saturday, Might 14 on the Robert Deal with Resort in Newark, N.J.

The 34-year-old Curiel spoke with The Ring about coming from a combating household, overcoming the ring rust and his boxing targets.


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