OSN Interview – Up And Coming Local Boxer Lorenzo Caldera

Lorenzo “El Matador” Caldera has known boxing is what he’s meant to do since he was a little boy. Coming from a family of pioneers of boxing in the Pacific Northwest, it is no surprise he chose this path at such an early age. Here is a 1:1 with “El Matador” and his coach, Molly McConnell, about his professional debut by KO on the first round, his training routine and strategies, and his future plans.  

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Miriam B. Dye has been watching her father root for his teams from the day she was born. It is from him that she learned the amazing world of sports. Miriam is a native of Mexico City, but after having lived for almost three decades in the USA she calls Portland home. Miriam is a mother to Tiara- a college student, James - a senior in high school and Nyah- a first grader. A business development and marketing professional, she loves traveling, photography and global cuisine. If she is not writing, in the kitchen cooking with her children or traveling, you can find her bungee cord jumping or art gallery hopping with her husband Steve. She loves sports, writing and values the opportunity to reach OSN's readers every chance she can.