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Bullfighter Juan Serrano Pineda 

Finito de Córdoba

Date of birth: He was born on October 6, 1971 in Sabadell (Barcelona), although it is considered of Cordoba.

Public debut: On June 27, 1987

Debut of lights: Santiponce, Sevilla March 25, 1989

He debuted with picadors: In Marbella (Málaga) on March 25, 1989 in a poster completed by "Espartaco Chico" and Pepe Luis Martin with young bulls of Juan Pedro Domecq.

The debut Sales: October 23, 1990 I acartelado with Luis de Pauloba and Christ Gonzalez steers Jandilla.

Alternative: in Córdoba with Paco Ojeda sharing poster and Fernando Cepeda Torrestrella bulls on May 23, 1991

He confirmed the alternative in Madrid on May 13, 1993 acartelado with Ortega Cano and Manuel Caballero Torrestrella bulls.

From childhood he grew up in El Arrecife, district in the municipality of La Carlota province of Cordoba.

Bullfighter Finito de Córdoba: his professional career

Finito de Córdoba, whose real name is Antonio Barrera, was born on May 28, 1971, in Córdoba, Spain. He is a renowned Spanish bullfighter who has made an indelible mark in the world of bullfighting.

He began his career as a novice bullfighter in 1988 and made his debut as a matador on August 14, 1992, in Malaga. Since then, he has achieved numerous successes in bullrings across Spain and other bullfighting countries.

Some curiosities about Finito de Córdoba's professional career include:

  1. Nickname: His nickname, "Finito," comes from his rather short stature for a bullfighter, but it also reflects his elegant and technical style in the bullring.

  2. Style: Finito de Córdoba is distinguished by his classical bullfighting style and his elegance in handling the cape and the muleta. His refined technique and his composure in the arena have made him one of the most respected bullfighters of his generation.

  3. Career: Throughout his career, he has achieved important triumphs, including exiting the bullring on the shoulders of the crowd in renowned bullrings such as Las Ventas in Madrid, La Maestranza in Seville, and La Monumental in Barcelona.

  4. Awards: He has received numerous awards and recognitions throughout his career, including trophies such as the Oreja de Oro (Golden Ear) and the Manolete Trophy, among others.

  5. Challenges and Overcoming: Finito de Córdoba has also faced challenging moments in his career, such as serious injuries that have kept him away from bullfighting for seasons, but he has shown remarkable resilience and determination to return to the activity.

  6. Legacy: Beyond his achievements in the bullring, Finito de Córdoba is valued for his contribution to the art of bullfighting and for his role in promoting and preserving bullfighting as part of Spanish culture.

In summary, Finito de Córdoba is a distinguished bullfighter whose career is marked by his unique style, refined technique, and dedication to the art of bullfighting. His legacy will endure in the history of Spanish bullfighting.

Finito de Córdoba and Juan Sánchez Bravo join paths again

Bullfighter Finito de Córdoba has reached an agreement with Juan Sánchez Bravo, who will manage his career from now on.

Juan Sánchez Bravo was already the mentor of Juan Serrano from May 2018 until February 2022; being his most outstanding year 2019, in which the bullfighter stood out for his performance in bullrings such as Madrid, Bilbao, Málaga, Castellón, Córdoba, Nimes, Valencia, Lima, Santander, Gijón, Albacete or Antequera.

Juan Sánchez Bravo, who also manages the career of the mounted bullfighter Andrés Romero, is currently an impresario of bullrings such as Baeza, Vera, Alcázar de San Juan, Belmez, Almadén, San Roque, Tarifa, Cazalla de la Sierra, Villaluenga del Rosario and Cantillana, among others.