Mexicans and filipinos? ??
Don't combine both ethnic groups, first unlike the LIMITED number of pinoy ranked fighters, mexico is a powerhouse in boxing, as soon as one falls there's another waiting in the shadow to take his spot. Mexicans and chicanos are not running out of ranked fighters unlike the Filipinos
Were still in great shape been relevant in the 80s,90s,2000s and still going
Change your title, leave mexico out
TS is praising Mexico and Philippines as top boxing fans contributors not boxers!
Would you like to revive the Mexicans-Pinoy Rivalry?
hahaha...here we go again...
Mexican's develop thousands of boxers....many become famous! but they forgot to count the losers!
Filipino's develop few boxers but most of them were in P4P list....only few casualties...
Now do the Math!...ratio and proportion then compare!
Additional info:Boxing began expanding into Latin America in the 1930s
: Sixto Escobar became the first world champion from Puerto Rico by defeating Baby Casanova, who had also been crowned at the start of the decade. Baby Arizmendi conquered the first world title for Mexico in 1934
. For his part, Kid Chocolate became the first world champion from Cuba.
Pancho Villa - was the nome de guerre by which the legendary Filipino flyweight boxer Francisco Guilledo was best
known. Villa, who stood only 5 feet tall and never weighed more than 114 pounds, rose from obscurity to win the World Flyweight boxing championship in 1923