Miura closes a July fair in Valencia with little artistic and livestock content

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The July fair in Valencia will put the end point this Sunday to a bet that, unless the tables are turned, has resulted in a poor balance, both livestock and artistic, as reported by the Efe agency through the chronicles of Paco Aguado.

The inaugural bullfight at La Cercada did not live up to expectations and only at the end did Nek Romero score points with the best steer of the afternoon to cut off an ear.

The fair has gone from ear to ear: Román took the only trophy of Juan Pedro Domecq’s bullfight, noble but very heartbroken, who offered his best version in the fifth. Juli did not hit the sword in a first bull with a good right python. And Tomás Rufo chested with an empty lot. Efe titled: “A unique, and cheap, ear for Román of the more than manageable juampedros in Valencia.” (Paco Aguado). Román and Rufo had replaced the casualties of Morante and Manzanares, who will reappear in Huelva.

The long-awaited arrival of Roca Rey, who does not know what it is like to walk out of the Valencia bullring -until this “Saturday”-, also ended in disappointment due to the bullfight by the García Jiménez (Matilla) brothers. Talavante became the winner of the afternoon with an ear with a bull in good condition. The bullring, according to Efe, had around 7,500 spectators.

The Efe chronicle was titled “The presidency appeases the unjustified euphoria of a disconcerting afternoon” and it started like this: “The president of the Valencia bullring took it upon himself, denying the disproportionate request of up to two ears, to appease the euphoria of the public who attended the third bullfight of the July fair, absolutely unjustified with respect to what happened in the ring on a disconcerting afternoon.”

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