With the theme “Mexico Beautiful and beloved” it was like Alexander Fernandez put the name of Mexico on high during a spectacular presentation in which he accompanied Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez during his way to the ring.
Last Saturday night, September 17, “El Potrillo” made Las Vegas, Nevada vibrate, minutes before the confrontation between Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez and the native of Kazakhstan, Gennady Golovkin. And it is that, within the framework of Mexico’s Independence Day, the Jalisco boxer had a luxury guest.
Wearing the traditional charro suit and accompanied by his mariachi, Alejandro Fernández performed “México Lindo y Querido” infecting the public of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, who did not stop chanting what is considered one of the most representative of the Mexican regional and that made famous the great Jorge Negrete.
For his part, the Mexican boxer entered the ring with a zarape designed exclusively for him by the firm Dolce & Gabbana that highlights the colors of the Mexican flag: green, white and red.
Although the presentation was announced hours before the fight began, it became one of the most anticipated moments and was announced by Vicente Fernández’s son through his social networks: “This weekend is about come together to celebrate Mexico, our culture, our music and our sports icons. For more than 20 years, we have transformed Las Vegas into a great celebration of the Independence of Mexico. It is an honor to join my friend Canelo as he makes history tomorrow night. Long live Mexico!” This is how the Mexicans closed the national holidays with a flourish.
But not only Alejandro Fernández was recognized as one of the great surprises of the night, because in the same way Caroline Rossa singer from Sinaloa, masterfully interpreted the Mexican National Anthem.
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