The first time that two of the most prominent exponents of bullfighting on horseback or on foot in Granada's history were seen together was when Sebastian Fernandez, the rejoneador, and David Fandila El Fandi', the right-handed bullfighter. Cayetano's injury-related loss had resulted in the duels between the two Granada bullfighters. He had spoken of the remarkable professional moment when they faced each other. The precedent was set, and our commitment, as seen in the ring was, was unmatched. Although there were seven ears, the emotions and feelings that took place throughout the afternoon-night were the greatest reward and pride for all.
Sebastian Fernandez was a great presenter to his Atarfe countrymen. He was already with the first bullfight, and he chose to fight the bulls close from the beginning. This is especially important when he had to endure in the embroques defeating the bulls of Hermanos Garca Jimenez. After reaching the very intense moments of placing four steels with Happy, it was a shame that he didn't finish his work by landing on the ground to use a verdugillo, after a metisaca, complete spear, and a few more. After each ear request, he received applause. Sebastian made more concessions to the gallery on the third occasion, and the trophy was awarded. For the second set, which was more uneven in nature and in which Sebastian received the highest ovations as a two-handed couple, a rose and an ornament with the Junco helmet on his head, a second appendix was requested. He punctured the opposing spear before dismounting to commemorate the passing of Matilla.
Sebastian was able to complete his triumphant passage through Coliseum with style and the fifth. It was a remarkable and impressive display of empathy and recognition of his horses, and the return to the ring where he had starred with his entire stable after getting the ears of the fifth. El Fandi was honored with the performance. It showcased his incredible bullfighting skills and his ability to mount and dominate the distances. He displayed it with style, handling the pole in salute and later with Luna de Miel. With Luna de Miel, he cut the ground to the maximum in banderillas and endured much in the cits. However, he also nailed the short ones in tables with Happy. When he passed the bull, he was met with an uproarious ovation.
David Fandila, also known as El Fandi, walked the first ear with the second bull. He received him with two long exchanges that he would enjoy later in the rhythmic and rocking veronicas. It was amazing to see the place and how sufficiency the local idol displayed with the banderillas. He finished the evening with a great violin and the depth of each of the low series by the two Pythons.
Sebastian Fernandez was offered the fourth, and he forced him out of the ring. David was more generous with his knowledge than the bull, and he used all of his resources and knowledge to force the bull out of the ring. He began by putting his crutch knees on a ground and then endorsed it with a huge lunge. In the midst the affection of his countrymen, he walked both ears.
After giving away a new recital using the pinwheels, the bull that shut down the bullring was not an easy bull. El Fandi had to expose the outrage and show intelligence so that he would not get his feet off of the ground. He added an appendage and went behind the sword as if he was a cannon.
Beautiful photo of the history of the performers and banderilleros Carlos Perez Chicote and El Castrileno, El Ruso and El Castrileno, smiling happy and proud about what is ours after the bullfight. It was yesterday that the Granada walked out through the front door.