Mexico City,- The President of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaimán, reiterated his commitment and that of the WBC world champions, so that week by week he connects with the inmates of the Tenango del Valle Penitentiary Center.

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With the participation of 60 people deprived of liberty, the special online program “Knockout: Don’t Throw the Towel” was launched, in order to work resilience in these times of uncertainty due to the pandemic, through a reintegration model with a dual vision of sports and physical development through boxing training.


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Led by world champions and comprehensive care for emotions, workshops will be held on forgiveness and reconciliation that contribute to the comprehensive rehabilitation of the inmate.

“Knockout: Don’t Throw in the Towel”

This program is coordinated by the Secretariat of Security of the State of Mexico in alliance with the World Boxing Council and the Viral Network. It also has the special participation of the Youth Integration Centers and the Foundation for Reconciliation and Forgiveness.

In this virtual meeting the inmates, protected with sanitary measures, were connected with the Secretary of State Security of Mexico, Maribel Cervantes, the Undersecretary of the Penitentiary System, Manuel Palma, the President of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaimán and the coordinator from Red Viral, Eunice Rendón.

With information and photo from the WBC


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