The pioneer of women’s national boxing last fought on May 25, 2019.
The former world champion Marcela “La Tigresa” Acuña will box again next Saturday, September 25, after two years and four months of inactivity, in an evening to be held in the Entre Ríos city of Concordia.
The 44-year-old from Formosa, former WBA, WBC, WBO and IBF super bantamweight world titleholder, and IBA featherweight, It will be measured with the Tucuman Natalia Alderete, a fight agreed to 6 rounds and in featherweight.
Acuña left the promoter of Marcos Maidana and Jorge “Acero” Cali and was once again represented by Osvaldo Rivero, her historic manager.
The pioneer of women’s national boxing He fought for the last time on May 25, 2019, when he drew in a controversial ruling with the Mexican Jackie Nava, in Puerto Vallarta.
Acuña has a record of 49 wins (20 ko), 7 losses and 2 draws, while Alderete, 38, has a record of 3 wins (1 ko) and 3 contrasts.