GL: What made you first get into the sport? It's actually a funny story, as a kid I was up in the front yard playing with my brother and we ending up fighting. My father saw the way I punched him with a closed fist and he brought to the boxing gym because he's always been a huge boxing fan. GL: Did you immediately fall in love with the sport or did that come with time? As a kid I've always been full of energy and very competitive with my peers, so I took a strong liking to it right away. Once I won my first fight I knew this is what I wanted to be."
GL: How would you describe your style to somebody that hasn't seen you fight?
Lindolfo Delgado: "My style is very technical with a lot of discipline and distance."
GL: Who were your favorite boxers to watch growing up?
LD: "Felix Trinidad and Juan Manuel Marquez."
GL: What made you decide to sign with Ringstar Sports?
LD: "My father is my manager and we looked at the various options we had, but we both felt really strongly about signing with Ringstar. We knew it was where we wanted to be, I feel like I will be a multiple time world champion with Richard and I know how hungry Ringstar is to become number one in the marketplace."
GL: Who's training you?
LD: "Pedro Moran from Mexico, he's a very well Mexican trainer and he resides in Tijuana and that's where I'm training at now."
GL: You're going to be campaigning at 140 pounds, what are your thoughts on that division?
LD: "It's where I'm going to start off at, I feel really strong at this weight, I know there's a lot of great competition in this weight class and I look forward to taking them on."
GL: When can we expect you to make your pro debut?
LD: "Sometime in early April is what I've been told, I'm waiting for the exact date now."
GL: What's your favorite movie?
LD: "Rocky 5." (laughs)
GL: What about music? Who are you listening to?
LD: "I like hip-hop and my traditional Mexican music."
GL: What's your favorite song?
LD: "It's Nacionales de Linares, it's a Mexican traditional song."
GL: What's your favorite sport other than boxing?
GL: What part of your game do you feel needs the most sharpening?
LD: "I've been working a lot on sitting down on my punches, I'm trying to stay away from the amateur style of boxing, I want to become an aggressive fighters that people will like to watch."
GL: Are there any amateur rivals or grudges that you'd like to see in the professional ranks?
LD: "I've got a couple of guys, I'd like to fight the Cuban and the Italian that beat me in the Olympics."
GL: Is there anything you'd like to say in closing?
LD: "Thank you for the interview, I want the fans to know they can expect to see a rejuvenated Lindolfo Delgado. It's time to give the people what they want, I'm looking forward to becoming a good role model for the sport."