Pincha la miurada: Paco Ramos spoils the work of the July fair with a sword to a hat from El Parralejo

by archynewsycom
0 comment

With his misses with the sword, Paco Ramos ruined the best job of the July fair, which curdled a hat from El Parralejo fought in fifth place within the Miura bull run with which the Valencian summer season ticket closed this Sunday.

The exit to the ring of that curdled and serious specimen was like a breath of bravery and fresh air once four legendary iron bulls had already been fought, so outcast or lacking in strength that the afternoon was submerged in a leaden and flat environment, far from the fame of the iron bulls of the A with handles.

But “Vivaracho”, a moody, deep and well-armed man from Cinco, who had also been in command in San Isidro, soon broke into attacking Ramos’s cape and his horse, where the punishment was measured, for immediately, and for that very reason, galloping and pressing hard into banderillas.

After the already usual flowery target of El Soro and his trumpet, the bullfighter from Onda opened the task for him with two good passes exchanged from behind in the media that finished centering the public, before solidifying two superb rounds of crutches with the right, marked by a long and temperate stroke and finished off with long chest passes. A bullfight that had not been seen in the two previous afternoons

The confidence of Ramos, unusual in someone who fights so little, also helped him to solve the only problem posed by the bull from El Parralejo, which batch by batch began to show more the defect of getting out of luck somewhat distracted, threatening to crack, only that the one from Castellón managed to prevent him from doing so without removing the crutch from his face.

Related Posts

Leave a Comment