Mexican Independence Day

September 15, 2010 by staff 

Mexican Independence Day, Independence Day of Mexico 2010 is the year commemorating the bicentenary of the Independence of Mexico and the family station Harrah’s Entertainment in Las Vegas plans to honor the game with a Mexican flair. As Mexico celebrates 200 years of independence, The visiting Vegas and residents are invited to enjoy the holidays with food and drinks and live music at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Harrah’s Bally’s Las Vegas, Caesars Imperial Palace and the Palace. The celebration of the bicentennial of the Mexican press, and anyone who likes delicious food and drinks in the country have more reasons to celebrate. Discover some of the concerts and celebrations marking the celebration of this year.

Their Independence Day Mexican Tacos and Tequila! Tacos and Tequila celebrates Independence Day in Mexico with Mini-Mariachi host Elvis and the risk of Lorraine. Tacos and Tequilas T (T &) will celebrate Independence Day in Mexico, with a fire packedThe of action was adopted, and De La Hoya is in the Independence Day of Mexico’s struggle against the legend of the time, almost every year to combat the important weekend. Several of the most memorable fights of his career in the history of De La Hoya took place the weekend of Independence Day in Mexico, including attacks against Felix Trinidad, Fernando Vargas and Sugar Shane Mosley.

The city of Los Angeles has played a crucial role in the history of Mexico’s Independence Day boxing. In 1984, Julio Cesar Chavez, arguably the most important figure in Mexican boxing history, won his first world title when he fought fellow Mexican Mario Martinez at the Olympic Auditorium. Chavez, who went to fight in Mexico on Independence Day weekend six times, opened the fight for independence from Mexico last September 18, 1998 against Los Angeles native and future world champion Oscar 10 times De La Hoya, who beat Chavez via a TKO in the eighth assault.

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