JESULIN Y DE BRIQUE

JESULIN Y DE BRIQUE

Tickets of bullfighter Jesulín of Ubrique bulls. Bullfighter, Jesulín de Ubrique

Son of Humberto Janeiro López1 (Ubrique, November 1, 1943) 2 and María del Carmen Bazán Domínguez3 (El Bosque, December 24, 1945). He has three brothers: the pilot Humberto Janeiro Bazán (January 19, 1972), the ex-model Carmen Jan...

Tickets of bullfighter Jesulín of Ubrique bulls. Bullfighter, Jesulín de Ubrique

Son of Humberto Janeiro López1 (Ubrique, November 1, 1943) 2 and María del Carmen Bazán Domínguez3 (El Bosque, December 24, 1945). He has three brothers: the pilot Humberto Janeiro Bazán (January 19, 1972), the ex-model Carmen Janeiro Bazán (March 10, 1976) and the bullfighter Víctor Manuel Janeiro Bazán4 (April 5, 1979).

He was in the Taurine School of Cádiz. He dressed for the first time the suit of lights in El Bosque, on August 22, 1987. He debuted with horses in Ronda on April 30, 1989, with the bull "Ambitions" by Manolo González accompanied by Julio Aparicio and Finito de Córdoba, cutting two ears. In 1989 he won the famous "Golden Shoe" in the novilladas with picadors from Arnedo (La Rioja).

He received the alternative in the French city of Nimes on September 21, 1990, with José Mari Manzanares as godfather, in the presence of Emilio Muñoz, with the bull: "Correcostas" by González Sánchez-Dalp. That afternoon he cut off one ear and wore white and gold.

The confirmation was on May 25, 1992, where the godfather was José Ortega Cano and witness Julio César Rincón, with the bull: "Malahierba" of the Marqués de Docmecq, being applauded. With a style inspired by Paco Ojeda, but more vertical, it was in his time as a bullfighter and his early days as a matador a neat, cold, unorthodox, and professional bullfighter. He is a bullfighter with a lot of technique and mettle.

His consecration was in 1994, leading the ranks with 153 bullfights and cutting 339 ears. He starred in a scandal for inviting his agent, Manolo Morilla, to fight, which caused him a severe fine. The following year (1995) beat his record again heading the ladder with 161 runs and 279 ears cut. In the opinion of the experts, this saturation of runs clearly damaged his style (although it made him immensely rich), deriving his bullfighting in a cold and detached style. Highly criticized were his extravagances when wearing yellow, sticking a python in his mouth or climbing on top of a bull.

In 1996 he fought 121 runs in Spain; in 1997 he fought 87; in 1998 he fought 79; in 1999 he fought 11 bullfights and retired on April 22, reappearing in 2001 that he fought in Spain in 73 runs being the 4th of the ranks; in 2003 he fought 77 (5th); in 2004 he fought 55; in 2005 he fought 62; in 2006 he fought 57 and in 2007 he fought 77 (6th).

Parallel to his popularity as a bullfighter, Jesulín begins to give more personal interviews to the magazines of the heart, becoming the most famous bullfighter of the pink press. In 1994 he offered a free run only for women in Aranjuez (Madrid). Since then Jesulín is also known by the nickname "the bullfighter of women." At this time he was introduced to the world of the song, recording an album, this included the well-known song "Toda". In addition, in 1995 he was lucky to announce the Carnival of Cádiz, a proclamation that had a lot of expectation.

In 1999, he fought only 11 runs and, with only 25 years, decided to retire temporarily from the ring due to lack of motivation. In the season of 2001 it reappeared in the place of Olivenza (Badajoz, Spain), with intention to fight less, recovering the good sensations of its time of novillero.

In 2001 he had a very serious car accident.

In January 2003 the City Council of Ubrique awarded him the medal of the town in the gold category for having taken the name of his hometown throughout the bullfighting geography of Europe and America. After a voluntary retirement of almost two years, he returned to the ring on March 8, 2010, in the first run of the La Magdalena Fair in Castellón.

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