Hoy se cumplen 24 años de que se realizó aquella inolvidable batalla entre Julio César Chávez y Greg Haugen, velada que reunió a 136, 274 espectadores quienes llenaron el Estadio Azteca, cifra que le valió entrar a las páginas del Libro de Records Guinness por ser la pelea de boxeo con mayor asistencia en toda la historia.
On This Day in 1993: All Hail Cesar! Magnificent Julio Cesar Chavez thrills record crowd
Mexico’s Aztec Stadium became a modern day coliseum as a world record 132,247 crowd turned out baying for Greg Haugen’s blood.
42nd President of the United States
The presidency of Bill Clinton began on January 20, 1993 at noon Eastern Standard Time, when Bill Clinton was inaugurated as President of the United States, and ended on January 20, 2001. His running mate, Al Gore, took office as Vice President on the same day. Clinton, a Democrat, took office after defeating Republican incumbent President George H. W. Bush and Independent businessman Ross Perot in the 1992 presidential election. Four years later, he defeated Republican Bob Dole and Ross Perot (this time running on the Reform Party ticket) to win a second term of office. During both elections, Clinton ran as a New Democrat, and many of many of his administration's policy proposals reflected his centrist, Third Way thinking. The 42nd United States president, he was the first president elected after the end of the Cold War, the first Baby Boomer to become president, and also the first Democrat since Franklin D. Roosevelt to serve two full terms. He was succeeded in office by Republican George W. Bush.