A recent episode of Philboxing showed a young boy from Colombia learning the art of boxing, a sport that is a great deal more than a fight for the title of best boxer in the world.
The show, entitled Philboxing, also showed a man named Rafael, who was born with an extremely rare genetic disease that causes his body to turn into a giant rubber ball.
The episode was broadcast by a Colombian news channel, Philboxing.
The channel is owned by the government-owned Bolivian state broadcaster.
On the Philboxing website, the show shows the boy being introduced to the sport by his mother.
The footage shows him playing with a giant ball that is filled with his mother’s own feces.
The boy then throws the ball back at his opponent.
The show’s creator, Carlos Sanchez, told the news outlet that the video was meant to show the power of boxing to fight against diseases, and that the kid had the talent to be successful.
He also told the outlet that he had never seen a boxing fight in Colombia before and that he hoped the boy would learn the sport from a father, whom he described as a father figure.
Sanchez, a former boxer, told Colombian media that he didn’t know the boy’s father.
It is unclear whether the father is a member of the Bolivians government or not.
The Bolivarians have long been criticized for their human rights record, and have been sued numerous times for allegedly violating human rights.
The boy is now learning to box, and Sanchez hopes that his experience will inspire others to learn to do the same.
The BBC has not been able to reach Sanchez, and the Bolívian government has not responded to multiple requests for comment.
The Bolivarian government has been criticized in the past for its human rights abuses and human rights violations.
A recent report by the UN Human Rights Council said that the Bolivia government is “a country in which the most severe human rights abuse is committed in all its facets.”