He is not with Chávez: Miguel Ángel González entered rehabilitation in the State of Mexico, CMB reported

Miguel Ángel González rehabilitación

The boxing family showed concern for the health of Miguel Angel Gonzalez and he already took action on the matter, since the former boxer is already in rehabilitation at the Hacienda Nueva Vida, in Ecatepec, State of Mexico.

“The World Boxing Council and the world boxing community celebrate that finally Miguel Angel Gonzalez was admitted to the New Life Clinic”, Confirmed this Friday the agency in a statement. “Which will serve to support him in his recovery and overcome his current situation.”

On Wednesday a video circulated in which it is observed how they take to the Wizard González by car to begin your addiction rehab. It was a transfer that people from CMB, which was confirmed the same day to LEFT PUNCH by a source within the body.

“It will be a tough fight, but it will be won,” said the president of the CMB, Mauricio Sulaiman, who since last year showed his concern and wanted to collaborate in the recovery of the Wizard González, who didn’t want help.

It is unknown if Gonzalez you will either stay at said rehab center or you will be taken to one of the clinics Baja del Sol from Julio Cesar Chavez. Since the previous week, the great Mexican champion offered his help to Tokyo Santa. Although initially, Gonzalez will not be in the rehabilitation centers of Chavez, It is a fact that Julius Caesar actively participate in the entire process of recovery of Miguel Angel, as reported by CMB in your statement.

Miguel Angel, who made his professional debut on January 21, 1989, a year after being an Olympian for Mexico. He was proclaimed world lightweight champion on August 24, 1992, when he beat the Colombian at Fronton Mexico Wilfrido Rocha.

He made ten successful title defenses before moving up the division, but failed in his attempts to capture the super lightweight and welterweight title. He faced rivals of the stature of Oscar de la hoya and of Julio Cesar Chavez, with which he tied in 1998 at the Plaza México. He ended his career on October 7, 2006, with a professional record of 51-5-1, 40 knockouts.

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