Boxing, also called boxing, is a contact sport in which two people fight using their gloved fists. In Mexico there are many stars of this activity
Boxing, also called boxing, is a contact sport in which two people fight using their gloved fists. In Mexico there are many stars of this activity such as: Saúl Álvarez, Julio César Chávez or Juan Manuel Márquez.
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Each of them has represented the country against various opponents of many nationalities, making it clear that Mexico is a cradle of boxing. So much so that there is an Aztec who has 100% of his victories by way of knockout.
That’s right, Jorge Kahwagi is a former deputy, businessman and lawyer who, in his spare time, got his license that accredits him as a professional boxer. The man, born in Mexico City, had a total of 12 rivals in the 14 years that he remained a professional.
Kahwagi hung up his gloves in 2015 after fighting in various countries including the United States, Spain, Russia and the Philippines. The characteristic of this Mexican athlete was the dubious origin of his rivals who, without strength or technique, lost to a man popularly known for an unusual physique in the world of the ring.
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Jorge Kahwagi Macari won the World Boxing Council (WBC) championship. However, at 54 years of age, he has a totally drastic physical change to what his years as an athlete used to be.