Borizteca Boxing Management Group movers and shakers

The wild and crazy combo of Saul Rios (l) and Lou Messina (r) make up the management of the Borizteca Boxing Management Group.

The wild and crazy combo of Saul Rios (l) and Lou Messina (r) make up the management of the San Diego based Borizteca Boxing Management Group.

Borizteca Boxing, headed by co-promoters Saul Rios and Lou Messina, has only been around for two years and yet they’ve already signed major deals with TV networks, Live Streaming Companies and of course the foot soldiers, the area’s top boxing prospects on both sides of the border. While working with these boxers and/or promotions, they often have other irons in the fire awaiting the next venture.

That being said, their next project might just lead to their downfall because it’s certainly over the top. As soon as they heard about the latest Donald Trump spat with Jorge Ramos, the most famous Latino anchor in the U.S., they moved and moved quickly. Their plan involves signing all these celebrities who are currently airing their dirty laundry in public. It will be like signing roosters for a cock fight. They only want the most controversial people.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fields a question from Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos during a news conference held before his campaign event in Dubuque, Iowa. Earlier in the news conference Trump had Ramos removed from the room after he failed to yield when Trump wanted to take a question from a different reporter. (Scott Olson / Getty Images)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fields a question from Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos during a press conference held before his campaign event in Dubuque, Iowa. Earlier, Trump had Ramos removed from the room after he failed to yield the floor when Trump wanted to take a question from a different reporter. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

Later, that same day, a representative of Borizteca Boxing Promotions was on the phone trying to sign both of the injured parties to a 10 round boxing match with no catch weight and have them call the match: “For 90 pound weaklings.”

In their first meeting inside the ring, they’d like to have Donald “We will make America Great Again” Trump go toe to toe with the Univision anchor. From the moment Trump heard of the idea, he was boasting about an early, first round knockout. Of course he added one stipulation, “There will be no interviews, before or after my fight.”

Ramos is also confident and said he plans to work over the Donald’s midsection. “It’s for his own good, to get rid of all that hot air.”

If and when this fight comes to fruition and there's no doubt Jorge Ramos will win, Romos will be reward with a bar of soap to wash out somebody's potty mouth.

If and when this fight comes to fruition and there’s no doubt Jorge Ramos will win, Romos wants to be rewarded with a bar of soap to wash out somebody’s potty mouth.

Wherever he goes, trouble seems to find him.

Henceforth, wherever the Trumpster goes, trouble will follow. Latinos will not only remember him as this imbecile, but one of the most popular pinatas of all time.

Trump doesn’t want to stop there. He’s also annoyed with the other candidates on his Expressway to the White House. Several candidates have had the gaul to start borrowing his line: ‘Make America great again.’

“That phrase,” claims Trump, “that was mine. I came up with it about a year ago, and I kept using it, and now everybody’s using it. They are all loving it. I don’t know, I guess I should copyright it, maybe I have copyrighted it.”640 Reagan

The latest news from Trump Campaign Headquarters? “We’re now in the planning stages of making someone along the lines of Charles Ponzi or Bernie Madoff his running mate. Ruth Madoff’s name has been tossed around.”

For those, who dare disagree with Donald Trump, you can air your opinion below.  

Latisha Jackson, 21 years of age, sophomore at San Diego State University: “It’s incredibly unbecoming for someone like Mr. Trump to engage in name-calling based upon someone’s race, looks or gender. In reality, he has no plan to help the people. All I see is him running around the country using all these catch phrases. If he ever did get elected, I believe he’d only be good at one thing that being creating trade wars between the U. S. and Mexico, the U. S. and China, the U. S. and Japan, the U. S. and Iran, the U. S. and Russia, the U. S. and Scotland. Did I leave anyone out? God help us.”

Johnny B. Colfax, Kingsland, Arkansas: “Mr. Trump, I’m in agreement with everything you say. You got my vote except for one minor detail. Emelia, the woman I live with, she’s here illegally. If you could make this one exception. She keeps my house clean and cooks real good.”   

If you have more to add, please feel free to let your thoughts be heard. We will not publish your name and everything you say will be kept in the strictest of confidence. 

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Jim Wyatt, a 1970 graduate of St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, has written weekly sports features for several Military newspapers, WCKMuayThai.com, SportofBoxing.com and Examiner.com as their San Diego Boxing Examiner. He was one of the four "Wise Guys" who predicted winning football selections versus the Vegas spreads. Some of the people he enjoyed meeting: Earvin "Magic" Johnson, WWF Wrestler Lita, LaDainian Tomlinson, Nate Kaeding and Darren Bennett of the Chargers, Tony Gwynn and Jake Peavy of the Padres, soccer stars Shannon MacMillan and Julie Foudy, Mixed Martial Artists Cris Cyborg, Junior Dos Santos, the Nogueira brothers plus the many great people involved in boxing and Muaythai.