Signor Barega changes Monterrey instead of Tigres; Frixas crying when you see it
After so many years of being a character that marked by going to Monterey In a program El Chavo del 8, The Mr. Bailey He betrayed Ryados, Since then on Fox Sports when meeting up on a chat with Giro FrixasAnd the Edgar Vivar Notice that Don’t go to the gang again, now Tiger.
The TV network was responsible for putting Freixas online, an Argentinian fan who has become an influential and proven loyal follower of Rayados, but that’s in the presence of the felines in clubs World CupIt is said to be in dilemma, Which Mr. Barega replied, “Why not?“, Indicating that it could stop going to biaziol for those who are from.” UANL.
Freixas first appeared on the scene in the interview and it was surprising to him that Vivar was on the talk, which is why I cried with affection.
“I can’t believe this moment, it must be a tradition, are you really? I like you so much, I don’t know if I’m talking about you, when I looked at my Twitter, I felt excited, the words said Freixas: Don’t go out … I love you” I love you, sir.
While Vivar replied, “G, you moved me, thank you for your words, for making me feel good.”
The TV station host asked Vivar if he would really go to Rayados, and it was there that the comedian confessed to his betrayal of the gang.
“Yes (I went to Monterey), but I will never do it again; (Tegres) was goodThey defended, they took a penalty from us, but after they got to where they were, I consider that I served well, maybe the fans in Monterrey don’t agree very much. “
Frixas was in trouble. Can you go to Ríados and at the same time to Tigres? –
“No, you can’t watch Tigres”Mr. Bailey said to Gero.
Edgar Vivar also spoke of Ramon Valdes, who gave life to El Chavo del 8 Mr. Ramon He was going to Nykaxa. At that time, Nykaxa was walking really bad, but he was going to Nykaxa… Monterrey was a team with a good reputation for making a lot of money, and they were the industrial capital of the country. “
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