Canelo Álvarez, Checo Pérez, Brandon Moreno and Julio Urías: The Fantastic Four of Mexican sports in 2021

SIt ends in 2021, a year that continued to hit the world due to the pandemic of coronavirus that does not stop, however, left great moments to remember and also He left us four great athletes who put the flag of Mexico at the top.

It doesn’t matter if it is boxing, motorsports, mixed martial arts, or baseball. We are living an extraordinary year with protagonists who have already gone down in history for their achievements.

Let’s start the summary with the arrival of Checo Pérez to Red Bull Racing after a stormy exit from Racing Point and the Jalisco driver rose to the challenge of reaching a team that fights for the top of Formula 1.

Checo achieved several goals that he had such as to win a race for the second time, to be the first Mexican driver to get on the podium at home and also to be key in the championship decision achieved by Max Verstappen about Lewis Hamilton.

But in June we live one of the great moments of the year, because the Tijuana Brandon Moreno defeated Deiveson Figueiredo at UFC 263 and became the first Mexican-born fighter. in obtaining a championship in the company of Dana White.

Without a doubt it was a fight full of emotions but the best came in the final interview, where The ‘The Assassin Baby’ gave an emotional speech on how he managed to reach the top of his category.

But when it comes to achieving feats, we cannot forget the left-handed pitcher of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Julio Urías, who had an unforgettable 2020 and managed to exceed his personal numbers in 2021.

To make it clear, the culichi He was the MLB starting pitcher with the most wins throughout the season, achieving 20 wins in 32 starts, in addition to becoming the Mexican with the most strikeout in the history of the MLB Playoffs.

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