SELINA "AZTEC QUEEN" BARRIOS
Assembles Dynamic Team
Mario Serrano | Publicist - Team Barrios
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SAN ANTONIO, TX (October 31, 2017) - After two pro fights, super-lightweight female sensation, Selina "Aztec Queen" Barrios (2-0, 1 KO), who hails from San Antonio, TX, has assembled a dynamic team to help guide her to the pinnacle of women's boxing.
Dr. Charles Campbell and his son Colin Campbell from Corpus Christi, TX, will co-manage Selina Barrios. Colin will handle the day to day operations, while Dr. Charles will help guide her career as a boxer, and personal pursuits in her professional life.
"My son Colin and I are very excited to be working with such a talented fighter like Selina Barrios." said Dr. Charles Campbell. "Selina has the one element in boxing that all fans want to see, and that's punching power. In addition, Selina has the mindset you look for in a fighter. The fact that she's willing to fight a standout amateur like Zarina Tsoloyeva, in only her third pro fight, says it all."
"Selina is the type of fighter that everyone in boxing should rally behind," Colin Campbell stated. "She's overcome a lot of adversity to get where she's at today, and the girl can fight. She's certainly more exciting then most of the male boxers we see on TV today. Selina was born to be on the big stage, and with her fighting style, she will become a fan favorite as soon as they see her fight."
Kerry Daigle, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who runs Keeppunching Entertainment, will stay on as Barrios' advisor / consultant, and aid in getting Selina in the biggest fights that women's boxing can provide.
"Several promoters are seeking to work with Keeppunching Entertainment and Selina Barrios because she might be the most TV friendly female fighter in 20 years, with the opportunity to sell out venues, even better then male counterparts." said Kerry Daigle.
Selina's dad Martin Barrios, who has been in her corner since she was a top amateur, will serve as the chief trainer. He played a significant role in helping Selina acquire an astonishing amateur record of (80-3), in addition to her sustaining an undefeated record as a pro.
"Selina is a tremendous fighter with the punching power to change a fight with one shot." Martin Barrios stated. "I'm not just saying that because she's my daughter, I've seen her destroy folks in the gym. I'm super happy that I was able to get Mr. Daigle to believe in Selina. I know with his connections and Selina's talent, we as a team, can do something special in women's boxing.
Rick Nunez, will oblige as the assistant trainer. Nunez, from San Antonio, TX, has worked side by side with Martin, helping Selina become one of the most dangerous fighters in women's boxing.
"With women's boxing on the rise, Selina now has everything set in place to become a big star in the sport," Rick Nunez stated. "You need a solid team behind you to make it in boxing, and that's exactly what we have now moving forward."
Maurice "Termite" Watkins from Houston, TX, and Ben Flores, of Corpus Christi, TX, will share duties as camp coordinators to the trainers. Watkins, who fought in the lightweight division as a professional in the 70's, 80's and 90's, had a spectacular record of (61-5-1, 42 KOs).
Selina's younger brother, undefeated super-lightweight contender, Mario Barrios (20-0, 12 KOs), has been in awe of his sister since she was as dominate amateur.
"Growing up, my sister was the best fighter in every tournament we entered." said Mario Barrios. "She literally wrecked everyone in her weight class. It wasn't until I was a late teen that I was able to hang with her. I love my sister and I know with the powerful team that she has behind her now, she can become a world champion."
Ann Wolfe, who was one of the most devastating punchers in women's boxing history, has been a big fan of Selina since her days as a dominate amateur. Wolf has seen Selina destroy her competition while fighting in the amateurs.
"Selina Barrios is a beast," said former world champion Ann Wolf. "I haven't seen anything like her since my days as a professional boxer. She definitely has the talent to become a multiple world champion."
"I'm looking forward toward a great career, that I hope will last many years," said Selina Barrios. "I have a great team behind me now, I know if I put in the hard work, everything will work out, and my dreams will come true."