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A day like today was born the Mole Moli, the controversial boxer from Cordoba who triumphed both in the ring and in the world of show.
Eduardo Fabio Moli, better known asthe “Mole Moli”,is known to all Argentines and fans of the box. He was born in Córdoba, in Villa del Rosario, on May 23, 1969. His debut in the ring was in 2003 and, for ten more years, he would raze his gloves. During that decade of glory he gained followers, titles, enemies and popularity. The former Argentine boxer competed in the heavyweight category. At 1.95 m he was always up to his rivals.
La Mole, in her career in the ring, won several titles. Some of them are the South American Heavyweight title, conquered and defended four times; along with CMB Mundo Hispano, obtained and defended once. Do I want more? Also the title FAB (Argentine Boxing Federation), conquered four times; the Fedelatin of the AMB; and the title OMB Latino, twice. boxing world, retired in 2013. After winning multiple titles that gave him his fame and let him go to sleep.
This character is characterized by its toned cordobesaza, his humor and for being very controversial. He was involved in violence complaints, reality shows and more. Consecrated as a ring star did not reach him. So he started to gain followers on the boards. He went on stage after finishing his boxing career and, in 2010, arrived at the most famous dance contest in Argentina: Dancing for a Dream led by Marcelo Tinelli. Mole Moli didn't settle for showing up on TV. In 2010 he debuted in the theater with the play El Gran Show, at the Coral of Villa Carlos Paz.
So, after being consecrated as the champion of the ring, he wanted to be recognized in show business. He was part of many shows and appeared as a cameo in many novels. He was even part of the permanent staff of the Chaos Show. La Mole Moli is a Cordovan character, controversial and popular.
The famous “did I want more?” is the hotline they use in the program Bendita TV, which became one of the most commonly used phrases in Córdoba.
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Publication Date: 23/05/2020
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