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In other news: Women fight over Hector “Macho” Camacho at boxer’s funeral in Puerto Rico


Maria Matias cries over the body of her son, Camacho, as he lies in state during his wake in San Juan. (Alvin Baez/Reuters)
• The funeral of Hector “Macho” Camacho in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was disrupted Tuesday by a dispute between two mourners, both claiming to be the boxing champ’s girlfriend. El Nuevo Día reports that Cynthia Castillo arrived at the service, kissed Camacho in his casket, and then walked over to sit in a reserved area for family — which enraged the former world champ’s sisters, who were sitting with Gloria Fernández, the woman they recognize as his most recent girlfriend. All four women got into it, reports the newspaper, in a rolling brawl that carried up the aisle and out to the exit. Police got involved, and while Fernández returned to the VIP section, Castillo — wearing a pink t-shirt with a photo of the boxer, who was shot to death last week — left the memorial. “I am the actual girlfriend of Macho,” she told reporters outside. “For those who don’t like it, you don’t have to swallow it.”

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