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‘The Beast’ mauls way to Ringside World title

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‘The Beast’ mauls way  to Ringside World title

Joined by his father and trainer Albert Avina, Manteca resident Vincent “The Beast” Avina shows off his newest prize — the 17th annual Ringside World Championships belt.

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POSTED August 1, 2017 12:33 a.m.

Manteca teen Vincent “The Beast” Avina continues to shine in the amateur boxing ranks.

One year after claiming a Golden Gloves Junior Nationals belt, the 16-year-old returned home from Independence, Mo. with another strap. Following a first-round bye, he won all three of his bouts to conquer the 15-16-year-old, 119-pound Junior Open division in the 17th annual Ringside World Championships at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.

His path to the title began with a win over Nebraska-based Jeremiah Perales. He then vanquished Washington’s Deric Davis before defeating Puerto Rican Carlos Lopez in the finals.

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