The “Muay Thai Gym Arese” of the master Francesco Di Tella is increasingly a reference point for combat sports on the national territory. The Master Onofrio Cosentino of the “New Professional Fighter” has chosen the “Palakombat” of Arese to perfect the preparation of his athlete Salvatore Castro, who will be engaged on April 21 in France in a challenge valid for the European ISKA title. Castro has established itself in the last 3 years, winning an Italian title and facing rivals among the most highly rated in its category. Now the continental chance. << He was born as a Muay Thai fighter, with a great competitive spirit and excellent technique. His versatility led him to fight in K-1 with success, so that on 21 April Salvatore will face Jonathan Barki, a veteran of the ring with 5 French titles in his palmares, for the assignment of the European ISKA belt >> tells the master Cosentino . Trust in the Castro team: this match could be a springboard for international visibility. Just to better deal with this crucial commitment, Castro and Master Onofrio chose the structure of the “Muay Thai Gym Arese”, a well-known gym for the logistics and professionalism of its teachers. << All that remains is to get under with training. France is waiting for us and we do not like to make us wait! >> Cosentino explains. Good luck to Salvatore Castro and his team.
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