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Martin Castillo Update

Team Espinoza

After a year an a half retirement, Martin “Gallito” Castillo (35-3, 18 KOs) decided he couldn’t just step away. The itch was still there. He asked his manager Frank Espinoza to get him a couple fights. Now after getting two wins under his belt in 2009, the 33-year-old Castillo is ready to step up the pace and the quality of his competition. “I want to fight a couple more fights and then I want to start coming after any of the top fighters in the bantamweight division,” Castillo stated. “I always wanted a fight against Vic Darchinyan or Jorge Arce. Any of the top guys will do but I’m especially interested in those two.” For now, Castillo continues to work out at The Maywood Boxing Club under the care of trainer Charles Huerta Sr. as he awaits the call for his next fight.











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