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They deliver a professional boxer’s license to potosino who will fight in CDMX

SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, SLP., January 25, 2022.- The City Council of San Luis Potosí announced that through the Municipal Sports Directorate, it will con


SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, SLP., January 25, 2022.- The City Council of San Luis Potosí announced that through the Municipal Sports Directorate, it will continue to provide, through the Box and Wrestling Commission, free licenses for those who perform in the professional field.

For this reason, the Potosino boxer Erick el Virus Ramírez received from the hands of the director of Sport in the capital, Luis Fernando Alonso Molina, the medical release and the license that endorses him as a professional boxer for his next fight, on February 5 next. in Mexico City.

Currently, the Boxing and Wrestling Commission of San Luis Potosí, under the coordination of the Municipal Sports Directorate, provides support, guidance and generates certainty to the contact sports it regulates, allowing their practice to be duly supported. by the body that endorses these disciplines in the municipality and its delegations.

In addition to this, the paperwork is completely free, thus generating great support for those who request a license that endorses their activity in the professional field, in the sports, promotion and preparation aspect, in addition to the medical outing for each fighter when required.

This is precisely the case of Erick Ramírez, a 19-year-old boxer who will face his third fight in the paid arena, who after making his request, this Tuesday received from the hands of the Municipal Sports Director, Luis Fernando Alonso Molina; as well as the Box and Wrestling Commissioner, Galdino Sánchez Alfaro; both his license and his medical release, which guarantee the conditions for his next fight.

Saul Cuevas, trainer of the boxer, also received his license as manager and who thanked the Municipal Sports Directorate for their attention, highlighting the importance of a free procedure that, in most of the entities in the country, represents a difficult cost to cover. for most boxers or fighters.

With these actions, the impulse to the athletes of the city continues and from this month the process of renewing licenses to boxers and professional wrestlers in San Luis Potosí will begin.