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Humberto “Zorrita” Soto could be the new head of ISDE

Although social networks have already done their job insistently mentioning his name as the person palomeado by the governor-elect Rubén Rocha Moy


Although social networks have already done their job insistently mentioning his name as the person palomeado by the governor-elect Rubén Rocha Moya to occupy the chair as the new head of the Sinaloense Institute of Sport (ISDE), the brilliant former world champion Humberto Soto mentioned THE DEBATE that is not yet looked at in that position, since they have not yet been officially notified of that his new position nor has he taken a protest as such.

“I am like you, I still do not know anything because they have not informed me of anything and that is why there is nothing official, but the truth is, if I would like and I am very excited to be there to help the development of the sport in Sinaloa, it would be a great pride”, said the Mochitense who achieved the great feat of being world boxing champion and being part of the brilliant Mochitense page that managed to have four world champions in unison, along with Jorge “Travieso” Arce, Hugo “Incredible” Cázares and the current holder of the IMDA, Fernando “Kochulito” Montiel.

The “Zorrita” Soto (69-10-2 with 37 kos), conquered his first world title on August 20, 2005, defeating “Rocky” Juárez in a duel held in Phoenix, Arizona, winning the Feather title of the World Boxing Council.

The WBO Super Featherweight title was won from Joan Guzmán in November 2007 in Atlantic City and the WBC Lightweight title was won from David Díaz on March 13, 2010 in Arlington, Texas.

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Like a whole character and an exemplary athlete from Los Mochis, Humberto Soto is now shaping up to become an important figure in the new state cabinet in such an important

Sinaloa dependency.

Commemorative coins for the bicentennial of the Consummation of the Independence of Mexico.