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Jorge Martinez dreamed of opening the big doors of important fairs

Jorge Martinez Gimenez could be born in Totana on April 4, 2000, and in Almeria the day he signed the deals to become a bullfighter.

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Jorge Martinez dreamed of opening the big doors of important fairs

Jorge Martinez Gimenez could be born in Totana on April 4, 2000, and in Almeria the day he signed the deals to become a bullfighter. His veins are contaminated with cloaks and crutches, which he calls a incurable form of 'poison. It has been said that the greyhound is a product of caste. His father was a bullfighter, and he used crutches and capotes in his home from an early age. Jorge had a dream and although it is not common for dreams to be fulfilled, Jorge declared that he wanted to become a bullfighter. He has grown very quickly through his actions. He is a true novillero who was'molded' at the Municipal Bullfighting School of Almeria, Ruiz Manuel. However, his personality makes him unique and helps him reach his goals.

2022 is turning out to be an important and significant year. It has made tangible all that I had hoped for, even though my eyes were closed. Fight at Madrid or Seville fairs? They talk about him and his well at the end each afternoon. Realized dreams. A young bullfighter, with a well-furnished head and who knows exactly what he wants. A great bullfighter? The future will be interesting, but we are making steady progress towards our goal.

Pamplona is now confirmed. Arganda del Rey will follow.

-Who is Jorge Martinez Gimenez?

-Jorge Martinez Gimenez, a child just like all others, has many illusions and many projects in his life. He dreams of becoming a bullfighter.

-You were born and raised in Totana but later became a bullfighter for Almeria.

I was born in Totana but my bullfighting career as well as that of a bullfighter took place in Almeria. Although I'm from Almeria and I'm a bullfighter, more so than any other place in the world. My career has evolved here in Almeria and I'm still here.

Who gives you the bug?

-My father. My father was a bullfighter, and I saw it firsthand at home from a young age. He was always observing his crutches and his capotes at home, and he told me that he wanted the opportunity to become a bullfighter.

-Was it ever difficult to imagine the world as it is?

He hasn’t taken it from my head, but he hasn’t made it easier for me. He is aware of how difficult this world can be. From the very beginning, he told me that in order for me to walk junk, I needed to stay home. That if I tried it, it would have to be real. I had to give everything I had, starting from the first day. He saw that he was serious and that he was going. I've always had the support of my father, my mother, and both my mother.

After 87 celebrations, as well as practical classes for students of the Bullfighting School's Bullfighting School, there are 37 celebrations in 2018 that will help you see your future.

It was an important season for me to reflect on. Fighting 37 bullfights with no horses is nearly impossible. To see myself winning, and classifying myself ..., was a season that was very encouraging. That was what I had hoped for, a complete season of celebrations and all that I could achieve without horses.

-What does Ruiz Manuel really mean to you?

He is the person I will always be grateful for all that he has done for me. He welcomed me into his home from the moment I arrived in Almeria. That personal and professional relationship continues today. He is an integral part of my life and my career.

You make your debut at night in Pegalajar, as if making the moon. The doors to more victories will open for you that day.

It was achieving one of the many goals one has in life when he dreams of becoming a bullfighter. It was to make your debut with picadores. This is something that you have always hoped for. It was a way of endorsing the work I have done for a while.

It is difficult to go very far in such a demanding profession. However, it is possible to have dreams in your head.

-Yes. It's a collection of everything. You have to be focused on the daily, working late and achieving your objectives. Every day you must strive to improve and grow as a bullfighter. You may have many dreams but you must keep moving forward day by day.

You're fulfilling your goals because you may have started out fighting in Seville and Madrid, then going on to do what you did in each place.

As a child, I had hoped to step on those squares. These were two important days for me, both as a bullfighter as well as as a person. They helped me grow.

They say you learn how to fight in bullfighting schools, but there are personality aspects and Jorge Martinez is not the one who started at school.

-Of course. The essence of bullfighting is still the same but refined and perfected. The school will teach you a foundation, a technique to attach to your bull to help you face any complications or other problems. But, at the end of the day, you can adapt that technique to your understanding of bullfighting and become your own bullfighter.

-If you want to define yourself, what is the closest thing to your way of fighting?

-I don’t like to be defined, I try to let others define my personality, but it is something I seek out the most in every training session, in each tentadero and when I go to the square. You will always see that I do it with as much purity as possible.

-Also, the stubbornness to insist, because the batch in Las Ventas, with the left hand...

It was because I knew it to be Madrid that I was in a crucial situation for the season's future. I knew I had to do it. Ruiz Manuel said to me that Madrid would respond if I was certain that I was going all out and that I was willing to be completely honest. I followed that mentality and did the quiet walk. I knew that I was going give my best and to do everything I could to make this batch a success.

Are you missing that ear?

-It is true that at that moment I was angry that he didn't grant me his ear. People were asking for it. I would have loved to have shown the ring around with my ear in mine. It may have been one thing that has helped me over time, but it is something I've come to appreciate coldly. It is now time to go back to Madrid to cut two more and you will find the big door.

-Now, the most important thing to remember is Pamplona. There are also some details that have yet to be confirmed.

The season's key date is now at Pamplona. It's a day in which I can win an important victory that could open many doors. I will do my best and end up talking about Jorge Martinez.

Can you imagine a different outcome?

No one knows for sure. We are in the middle season. There are important dates ahead. If it has to happen, it will. My focus is on the future dates, winning contracts for next year and the rest of the season. If this season must come, it will be welcomed. .

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