WBA Super Bantamweight World Champion Jackie Nava Expecting First Baby; Congratulations Jackie
By Carlos Costa
Thu, 27 Sep 2012
The beautiful reigning WBA Super Bantamweight World champion Jackie Nava of Tijuana, México, has confirmed today the good news that she and husband/trainer are expecting their first baby.
The 32-year old Jackie Nava, who is also an architect, broke the happy info from her tweeter personal account:
"Ladies and gentlemen, I will be out of the ring with great excitement, I am expecting a princess or a prince ... and I want to tell it to the world ... la la la... well, as said things happen at a good time, the time now is to become a mother... right @arqmmendoza? May is the month... and then to have a rest."
The beautiful Jackie Nava (28-4-3, 12KO's) who las month successfully defended her WBA super bantamweight world title by knocking out dangerous former champion Canadian Lisa "Bad News" Brown at La Cetto Vineyard in Baja California, went on to say to her fans:
"My passion for the sport of boxing is so huge, something that I did not know. However, a special moment has come into our lives, which makes us stop for a while. It's a time full of emotions and experiences."
Philboxing sends its congratulations and best wishes to WBA world champion Jackie Nava and family.
Jackie Nava (R) poses with the author.
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