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Promising Mexican boxer Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. found executed inside a vehicle in Jalisco

December 10, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Promising Mexican boxer Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. found executed inside a vehicle in Jalisco

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Police in Mexico say up-and-coming super bantamweight boxer 23-year-old Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. was among three people found murdered in a suspected cartel hit inside of a vehicle in the state of Jalisco on Friday.

Gonzalez Jr. is the son of former two-time world champion, Alejandro “La Corbrita” Gonzalez.

Authorities found the body of the young fighter along with his grandfather and one other victim around 3:45 a.m. inside of a vehicle near his home in Guadalajara, ESPN reported.

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Authorities found two of the bodies in their underpants, while the third victim was discovered nude. A message from a local organized criminal group was left at the scene, The Daily Mirror reported.

Alejandro Gonzalez Jr. had a pro record of 25 wins-3 defeats with 3 draws and 15 knockouts, winning the interim World Boxing Council Bantamweight title in 2013.

The Mexican boxer gained respect throughout the boxing world after almost defeating the undefeated Carl Frampton in July 2015.

Gonzalez floored Frampton twice in the first round before ultimately losing the fight on a decision.

Frampton and his wife went on Twitter to pay tribute to his former competitor.

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