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The Clasico mexiquense is a derby match at the State of Mexico between Club Deportivo Toluca and Toros Neza, whose origin lies in the rivalry that existed between Deportivo Toluca and Club Deportivo Coyotes Neza in the early 70s as both Mexico State teams. Its beginnings were in 1978 when the Laguna Football Club was sold and moved to the city of Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico state, headquarters of the Club Deportivo Toluca. He was held for 10 years until the disappearance of Coyotes Neza in 1988 when he was transferred to the name of Tamaulipas Correcaminos of CTU. In 1988 in an attempt to revive the Coyotes Neza, the Roadrunners returned to Ciudad Neza under the name Neza Colts, however the project would fail and end up becoming the team's affiliate club Atlante. Despite the great rivalry that had between Deportivo Deportivo Toluca and Coyotes Neza, it was not until 1993 when the Classic Mexiquense emerged after the rise of Neza Tech University and the founding of the Toros Neza. The new rivalry between Toluca and Bulls, who emulated the longstanding rivalry between Deportivo Toluca and Coyotes Neza, resurfaced more strongly to the Copa llegamdose Proudly Mexiquense, with a series of three games won by Deportivo Toluca in 1998. The rivalry remained until the late 90's, when the president and owner of Bulls, Juan Antonio Hernadez Venegas announces a change of venue that would culminate in the demise of the team and therefore Mexiquense Classic until 2010 with the resurgence of the Bulls Neza in the League of Ascent. In December 2010, the then owner of Grupo Salinas and Deer Morelia Monarchs Merida announced an exchange of seats between the Deer and the Colts UTN, owned Pegasso Group, acquiring the square of Ciudad Neza again to found the legendary Toros Neza. With the Bulls reparición opens the possibility of returning to play the Classic Mexiquense, although at present only can be given in friendlies or Copa MX due to different divisions in which the protagonists are.