The Plaza de toros Nuevo Progreso is a bullring in the Mexican city of Guadalajara, Jalisco. It is currently used for bull fighting and also for hosting musical events, and professional wrestling events. The bullring holds 16,561 people and was built in 1966 to 1967.
Architect Jose Manuel Gomez Vazquez Aldana made the executive project and drew up the plans for the new bullring, and this one was built by architects Leopoldo Torres Águila, Manuel Parga, and Gorki Guido Bayardo, and civil engineers Mario Quiñones, Alfonso Ortega Pérez, and Mario Fernández.
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