Budapest, Oct 22. -The Cuban freestyle wrestler Yowlys Bonne defeated in close combat the Russian Gadzhimurad Rashidov, and he was crowned in the 61 kilograms of the World Wrestling Championship that this capital hosts.
This Sunday's fight ended by 6-5 in favor of the Caribbean player, who gave to Cuba his first scepter of the universal quotation, and that surpassed personally the bronze that reached in the competition of Paris-2017.
The fighter from the most eastern Cuban province, Guantánamo, started the fight ahead until he had a convenient advantage of 5-2, but in the final part of the combat his rival managed to get him out of the mattress three times, to match the actions.
However, the Cuban fighter got to the point that allowed him to feel the world glory and that enabled his delegation to improve its previous performance in the French capital, where Cuba only reached three bronzed metals.
Before reaching the definitive instance, the experienced 34-year-old gladiator first left on the road to Romanian Ivan Guidea, then the Iranian Esmaell Mohammadbaghuer, and in the semifinals he eliminated the American Joseph Daniel Colón.
The contest in the main Hungarian big city, which brings together the two styles between men, free and Greco, as well as the female wrestling, began on Saturday and will extend until the next 28th. (Text and photo: PL)