Silvana Carsetti

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Silvana Carsetti (born in 1982) is an Argentine model, former amateur boxer, television boxing reporter and commentator.[1] She works in the United States as a boxing commentator for FOX deportes en Espanol,[2] and in Argentina, on a show named Boxeo de Primera, transmitted every Saturday evening to her country and to the rest of the Americas, on TyC Sports. She has also done some work for Argentine television show Golpe a Golpe.

Biography

Silvana Carsetti graduated from university with a degree in sports journalism. She admits that she did not know anything about boxing when she started studying to become a sportscaster. She preferred basketball, association football, car racing, swimming and volleyball instead.[3]

Personal

She is the former girlfriend of Sergio Martinez.[4] They met in 2009 and dated for 13 months.

Martinez controversy

Sergio Martinez allegedly asked TyC Sports not to send Carsetti to Las Vegas, Nevada, to cover his match with Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. Around this time, Carsetti told an interviewer that Martinez had allegedly hit her during their relationship; Martinez manager Sampson Lewkowicz declared it was him and not Martinez who had ordered the television station not to send Carsetti to cover the fight, and Carsetti then tweeted that Martinez had never hit her.[5]

Work

Silvana Carsetti has done television work, both for TyC Sports and for Fox Deportes en Espanol, around the world, including Bangkok, Thailand,[6] Cancun, Mexico[7] and the United States.

She has interviewed several famous boxers, including Jackie Nava[8]Omar Narvaez, Nonito Donaire[9] and Lucas Matthysse.[10]

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