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Former champions lend an artistic helping hand at WBC workshops


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Ex world champions and All Time Greats  Pipino Cuevas, Guadalupe Pintor and Jose Luis Bueno  participated in the art and game workshops, given by a team of trainers from the Scholas Mexico foundation at the coyoacan gymnasium.

As special guests, the former world champions painted with a brush on a canvas one of their life experiences, which the young people must specify through paintings to offer their own interpretation.

José Luis Bueno, former world super flyweight champion, was the first to capture his experience by painting his knockout in the fourth round against Armando Salazar, at the arena Coliseo on September 28, 1991.

    

The idol of Cuajimalpa was next,  Guadalupe Pintor remembered his childhood playing marbles and who sometimes fought with other children in this game, so he got into boxing to learn how to defend himself.

Pipino Cuevas, who reigned in the welter division, recalled that all his world championship fights won with hooks to the jaw and he captured that blow in his artistic effort.

Thes legendary fighters are usual participants of the Boxval Program, an initiative of Pope Francis, where boxing is instilled with values ​​for young people regardless of their religion, ethnicity or social status.

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