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Fernando Beltran (aka Fernando Beltran Sr.) is a Mexico-based manager and promoter.  He is also the father of current 122-pound contender [[Fernando Beltran Jr]].
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Fernando Beltran is a Mexico-based manager and promoter.
  
 
== Career as manager ==
 
== Career as manager ==
 
 
Beltran has managed champions [[Jose Luis Castillo]], [[Eric Ortiz]], and [[Ulises Solis]].
 
Beltran has managed champions [[Jose Luis Castillo]], [[Eric Ortiz]], and [[Ulises Solis]].
  
 
== Career as promoter ==
 
== Career as promoter ==
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Beltran is the president of Mexico-based promotional company [[Promociones Zanfer]] and has been, to date, the main supplier of fights for the recently-launched ''[[Boxeo Azteca]]'' television series.
  
Beltran is the president of Mexico-based promotional company [[Zanfer]] and has been, to date, the main supplier of fights for the recently-launched ''[[Boxeo Azteca]]'' television series.
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== Links ==
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[[Category:Promoters]]
 
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[http://www.boxrec.com/manager_search.php?manager_id=515 List of active fighters managed by Beltran]
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[[Category:Managers|Beltran, Fernando]]
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[[Category:Promoters|Beltran, Fernando]]
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Latest revision as of 18:52, 17 December 2012

Fernando Beltran (promoter)
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Name: Fernando Beltran
Birthplace: Mexico
Hometown: Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Promoting Record: click


Fernando Beltran is a Mexico-based manager and promoter.

Career as manager

Beltran has managed champions Jose Luis Castillo, Eric Ortiz, and Ulises Solis.

Career as promoter

Beltran is the president of Mexico-based promotional company Promociones Zanfer and has been, to date, the main supplier of fights for the recently-launched Boxeo Azteca television series.