Prosecutor Gustavo Parisi begins investigating the death of Uruguayan model Alicia Muniz, who was married to famous Argentine boxer Carlos Monzón.
Carlos cooperates with Parisi and the authorities, providing his testimony about Muniz's death. In 1960, the boxer begins training with Amílcar Brusa.
Parisi interviews witnesses once Carlos refuses to talk. In the 1960s, Carlos marries Pelusa and starts a family, just as his career suffers a setback.
An autopsy is performed on Muniz's body, while De Luca looks for an attorney to join Monzón's defense team. The media's focus on the case intensifies.
Monzón's new lawyer Patricia Rosello takes a closer look at the autopsy photos. In 1970, Carlos competes in Rome for the world middleweight title.
A second autopsy is performed. Rosello attempts to learn more about Alicia. In the past, Pelusa worries about Carlos and his drinking.
A potential eyewitness comes forward and Parisi starts to look into whether he's telling the truth. De Luca meets with Carlos's ex-girlfriend Susana.
The eyewitness's testimony is called into question. In 1974, Carlos and Susana's chemistry heats up while they film the movie "La Mary."
Carlos faces pressure to box while in jail. A therapist counsels him to process his emotions. In 1976, Monzón has a momentous match against Valdez.
Despite threats, Parisi continues to investigate drug trafficking linked to Monzón's case. Silvia is saddened by how her father treats her.
Alicia's diary provides accounts of her life with Monzón, including her allegations of domestic abuse and details about their relationship.
Rosello attempts to convince Carlos he shouldn't testify as preparations are made for his trial and a judge is selected.
Carlos Monzón's trial begins and the boxer is asked to recount the events that transpired once Alicia Muniz had arrived at Mar del Plata.