Enrique, Don't forget to add the "boxer code" whenever you create a new boxer page. See the "Help" page on how to create the "boxer code." --Ric 14:23, 17 Dec 2005 (CST)
Enrique, I see that you have now chosen to place your images to the left side of the page. In this case, you may wish to consider placing the boxer code immediately beneath the image code, instead of above the image code, as you are now doing. Play around with that and see how that looks. This format works well with smaller images, because it makes for a nice compact mesh between the image and the boxer's BoxRec profile. --Ric 18:13, 20 Dec 2005 (CST)
Enrique: How you format pages you create is up to you. But may I suggest that you consider the format of "image code" at the very top, and "boxer code" immediately beneath it? Although you are using image code placing the image to the left, the boxer's details text is being defaulted above the image. By placing the boxer code beneath the image code, the details text will then default to the immediate right of the image. See what new Wiki Editor Spider Rico has been doing lately to get the drift of what I suggest. The reason for this suggestioin is that the combination of the text and image, using the suggested code placement, makes for a nice compact-looking page. Anyway, this will be the last time I will make this humble suggestion, amigo. --Ric 01:06, 7 Jan 2006 (CST)
I don't see why you should even bother to dedicate a page to a boxer like Pedro Laza, who sadly could have been a good boxer but choose to dedicate a lifetime to drugs, using them a well as selling them. With a record for drugs trafficking under his name and the knowledge that he has used and still uses drugs every day of his life I think it's sadly to refer to him as a boxer at all, but rather a pitiless man.