More than 20 years later, David Faitelson is still being trolled about what happened on March 8, 2003, when I got hit by Cuauhtmoc Blanco.
There isn’t a release from the ESPN journalist that doesn’t remind him of the episode at Luis “Pirata” Fuente Stadium when the then-América player stuck his arm out of the dressing room and punched him.
Two decades later, the current governor of Morelos recalled the moment next to that golden scorpion, who remembered living in the port.
“I used to be smart about dealing with journalists; I was addicted, but you learn… It was the damn fever ’cause he fucked and fucked me; like Jos Ramn (Fernndez), “When they ran Azteca on TV, I was so happy it got me warmed up and hooked,” he began on the influencer’s car.
But 20 years after what happened Cuauhtmoc Blanco takes it with humor: “I didn’t hit it well because there was a fence, so.” I couldn’t give him the good fuck he deserved. “The bastard, but he lives on from me; he keeps talking about it,” he laughed at Golden Scorpion.
Of course, unlike Christian Martinoli and Miguel Herrera, who can’t see each other’s faces, “Cuau” revealed everything was settled by David Faitelson, although he denied there was any friendship.
“We are not friends. I salute him and apologize. At the end of the day, I screwed up; I got hooked. I’ve been to your TV station once or twice. But I don’t consider him my friend. Friends are football friends or childhood friends; let’s say he happens to be an acquaintance.
What happened in America after the Faitelson coup?
Aside from that, Cuauhtmoc Blanco, told how what happened to the journalist was lived in America’s dressing room.
“No one saw me; I arrived and told them I had dealt a bad blow to Faitelson, so they were all laughing at night. But the TV Azteca staff went to the airport the next day and screwed me.”
Bottom line: “I threw a few eyes at Germn Villa for him to take it off because I wanted to hit him again, but I calmed down, and thank God it hasn’t gotten any worse.”