Morante gives a rally and leaves Linares with a big fight
Rafaelillo made his debut in Linares, after a quarter of a century of alternative, on a designated date, the 75th anniversary of Manolete’s fatal capture in that square. He did it before a wide bull, long as a convoy, very Miura, which he greeted with two long changes and good speedwells. He weakened the bull after the double punches in one. The Murcian offered it to the respectable, the Miura attacked with nobility and Rafael, as a teacher, tempered the attacks from beginning to end, coating himself in muletazos that had flavor and fighting with natural luxury. After an unassisted ending, he killed with a sword blow. He walked the first ear of the afternoon.
The bullfight was mended by a fourth bull from Joaquín Núñez del Cuvillo, cinqueño and with a box, who left unawares and which Rafaelillo put in his cape with tight aprons finished off with a good stocking. After a rear punch he toasted José Fuentes. He began the task wanting to print rhythm and connection, but the bull, who had nobility, had a hard time repeating. The bullfighter from Murcia squeezed it intelligently, and the figure fainted in good taste with muletazos. He got the stoconazo after two punctures at the top. Afternoon of an important dimension of Rafaelillo who walked another trophy that opened the big door for him.
Morante de la Puebla, in a gesture of great figure, signed up for the Miura bullfight in commemoration of Manolete’s death. His first was a very small bull, with which he went unnoticed with his cape and did not want to see with his muleta. He came out with his sword mounted, gave a rally and the anger was outrageous. He repeated actions in the fifth, this one with obvious problems, and heard the second row of the dark afternoon from him.
A nice Sardinian made third. Curro Díaz received him with a good bouquet of speedwells, after a rear punch he toasted the public. The Miura didn’t want close quarters, it stayed below and had to swallow Linares’s and look for inertia to complete a task delivered not without good manners. How he killed with a sword, he walked a well-earned ear. The sixth charged at the step, without humiliating. Curro Díaz understood it perfectly, linking the series at mid-height, without forcing the miura, composing the figure and showing off the changes of hand and those of the firm, with a good sense of aesthetics. The lunge, more than half and stretched out, was culminated with a verduguillo blow. He cut off the ear and accompanied Rafaelillo on the way out on his shoulders. There were more than three quarter entries.
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