RecMex is Born to Reclaim Autonomy and Spark a Revolutionary Change in the World of Aztec Boxing
On September 16, 1810, the courageous priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang the bell of his parish in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, to kick off the Grito de Dolores, a call for Mexican Independence. This historic cry marked the beginning of the fight for freedom and the creation of a sovereign nation, governed by its own laws and customs, breaking free from the foreign yoke that had subjugated the country for centuries.
Today, in the 21st century, the spirit of independence resurfaces in the heart of Mexican boxing. This sport, which has brought numerous glories to the nation, seeks to free itself from the constraints and limitations imposed from abroad. Specifically, it has focused on regaining its autonomy and shedding foreign control over the registry of professional fights in Mexico.
Boxaldia.com has been vigilant of the movements made by a group of passionate Mexicans dedicated to boxing, who have undertaken the monumental task of giving birth to RecMex, a platform that aspires to grant recognition and autonomy to Mexican boxing. This initiative is not only a call for independence but also a revolution in the world of boxing.
Presidents of the Boxing Commissions throughout the country have answered the call, taken up their banner, and are ready to declare their boxing independence. They have faced pressures and limitations due to the unilateral decisions of an American editor from boxrec.com, Alberto Carlo Ramos Hernández, who imposes guidelines on which fights to authorize. Surprisingly, this editor, without legal authority in Mexico, has become a figure who dictates rather than suggests, affecting the decisions of Mexican local authorities. Non-compliance with these impositions can result in fights not being included in the platform.
In response to this situation, the independence of Mexican boxing from boxrec.com will begin to take its first steps in early 2024. A new and promising portal, not yet visible to the public, has advanced professionally and efficiently, thanks to the support of top-level systems engineers. The Presidents of the Boxing Commissions have already started sending their reports on fights that were not registered by boxrec.com, paving the way for the autonomy of Mexican boxing.
This movement represents not only the independence of Mexican boxing but also the recovery of its identity and control over its destiny. The need to break free from the chains of foreign control has become a unified call from those who love this sport.
During the upcoming World Boxing Council Convention, a surprise may be in store that will change the course of Mexican boxing forever. At that moment, the world will be introduced to RecMex, an official new site that seeks to provide the recognition that Mexican fighters deserve and, finally, free Mexican boxing from foreign control.
This initiative represents a new chapter in the history of Mexican boxing and pays homage to the spirit of independence that marked the nation over two centuries ago. The future of boxing in Mexico is underway, and independence is the key to achieving freedom and justice in the sport. Foreign control that has supervised Mexican boxing will soon be a thing of the past, and RecMex will be the symbol of this new era of autonomy and recognition for Mexican boxing worldwide