Thursday, November 6, 2014

Castella In Mexico City

In a recent Mexico City corrida, the French sensation Sebastian Castella emerged as triunfador and cut two ears.

Guillermo Capetillo has made a comeback to the ring, though he is in his fifties. One cannot help but wish this man well, though one also has to wonder how wise his decision has been, being he had been around since 1978 or so as a matador de toros.  His performances still offered moments of brilliance, though obvious it is 2014 and not 1984. He was applauded.

Diego Silveti continued to show  moments of great promise in this Mexico City showing, as he has done in past endeavors in this plaza. Many believe he will one day surpass his famous father in greatness. Today, however, was not the day.

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