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  • Salvador Sanchez vs Azumah Nelson(1982 07 21) - Sanchez's last fight, shortly after which he died.

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    Salvador Sánchez Narváez (January 26, 1959 – August 12, 1982) was a Mexican boxer born in the town of Santiago Tianguistenco, Estado de México. Sanchez was the WBC and lineal featherweight champion from 1980 to 1982. Many of his contemporaries as well as boxing writers believe that, had it not been for his premature death, Sanchez could have gone on to become the greatest Featherweight boxer of all time. Sánchez died on August 12, 1982 in a car accident from Querétaro to San Luis Potosí. He is also the uncle of Salvador Sánchez II. Show less
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  • Saul Alvarez Play all

    Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán (Spanish pronunciation: [saˈul ˈalβaɾes]; born July 18, 1990), commonly known as "Canelo" Álvarez, is a Mexican professional boxer. He is the current lineal, The Ring, and WBC middleweight champion, as well as a former WBC, WBA (Regular), and The Ring light middleweight champion. He is currently ranked the best pound-for-pound boxer by BoxRec.

    Real name Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán
    Nickname(s) Canelo
    Rated at Welterweight
    Light middleweight
    Middleweight
    Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)[1]
    Reach 70 1⁄2 in (179 cm)[1]
    Nationality Mexican
    Born July 18, 1990 (age 25)
    Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 48
    Wins 46
    Wins by KO 32
    Losses 1
    Draws 1
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  • Oscar De La Hoya Play all

    Oscar De La Hoya (born February 4, 1973) is a Mexican-American former professional boxer. Nicknamed "The Golden Boy", De La Hoya won a gold medal at the 1992 Olympics shortly after graduating from James A. Garfield High School.

    He was born in Los Angeles, California, and comes from a boxing family. His grandfather Vicente, father Joel Sr. and brother Joel Jr. were all boxers. De La Hoya was The Ring magazine's "Fighter of the Year" in 1995, and their top-rated pound for pound fighter in the world in 1997 and 1998. De La Hoya officially announced his retirement in 2009, after a professional career spanning sixteen years.

    As a professional, De La Hoya defeated 20 world champions and won ten world titles in six different weight classes. He has also generated approximately $700 million in pay-per-view income making him the top pay-per-view earner before being surpassed by Floyd Mayweather. In 2002, he founded Golden Boy Promotions, a combat sport promotional firm. He is the first American of Mexican descent to own a national boxing promotional firm and one of the few boxers to take on promotional responsibilities while still active.

    Nickname(s) The Golden Boy
    Rated at Super featherweight
    Lightweight
    Light welterweight
    Welterweight
    Light middleweight
    Middleweight
    Height 5 ft 10 1⁄2 in (1.79 m)
    Reach 73 in (185 cm)
    Nationality American
    Mexican
    Born February 4, 1973 (age 43)
    Los Angeles, California, U.S.
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 45
    Wins 39
    Wins by KO 30
    Losses 6
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  • Erik Morales Play all

    Érik Isaac Morales Elvira (born September 1, 1976), best known as Érik Morales, is a retired Mexican professional boxer. He is the first Mexican-born boxer in history to win world titles in four different weight classes, having held the WBC and WBO super bantamweight, WBC featherweight (twice), WBC and IBF super featherweight, and WBC light welterweight titles.

    Morales defeated fifteen world champions during the course of his career, and is famous for his trilogies with fellow Mexican legend Marco Antonio Barrera, as well as Manny Pacquiao. He is ranked #49 on ESPN's "50 Greatest Boxers of All Time".

    Real name Érik Isaac Morales Elvira
    Nickname(s) El Terrible ("The Terrible")
    Rated at Super bantamweight
    Featherweight
    Super featherweight
    Lightweight
    Light welterweight
    Welterweight
    Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
    Reach 72 in (183 cm)
    Nationality Mexican
    Born September 1, 1976 (age 39)
    Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 61
    Wins 52
    Wins by KO 36
    Losses 9
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  • Lennox Lewis Play all

    Lennox Claudius Lewis, CM, CBE, (born 2 September 1965) is a retired boxer and the last undisputed world heavyweight champion. He holds dual British and Canadian citizenship. As an amateur boxer he won a gold medal representing Canada at the 1988 Olympic Games after defeating future heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe in the final. Lewis became undisputed champion by defeating Evander Holyfield, successfully unifiying his WBC title with Holyfield's WBA and IBF titles. With that victory, he was also awarded the vacant IBO title. Lewis is regarded by many as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time, and also as the greatest British fighter of all time.

    Lewis turned professional in 1989, winning his first 21 fights before knocking out Donovan Ruddock in 1992 to take over the number one position in the WBC rankings. He was declared WBC heavyweight champion in December 1992 after Riddick Bowe was stripped of the title. Lewis lost the title to Oliver McCall in 1994, but defeated McCall in a rematch to win the vacant WBC title in 1997. He defended the title four times before becoming the lineal champion when he beat Shannon Briggs by knockout in 1998. Lewis became undisputed champion when he defeated Evander Holyfield in 1999. In 2001 Lewis was knocked out by Hasim Rahman, but again avenged the defeat in a rematch later in the year to regain his titles. After defeating Mike Tyson by knockout in 2002 and stopping Vitali Klitschko in 2003, Lewis retired from boxing in 2004, having beaten every opponent he ever faced in professional competition.

    Lewis is 6 feet 5 inches (196 centimetres) tall and has an 84-inch (213 cm) reach. During his boxing prime, he weighed about 245 pounds (111 kg). Lewis often referred to himself as "the pugilist specialist."

    Real name Lennox Claudius Lewis
    Nickname(s) The Lion
    Rated at Heavyweight
    Height 6 ft 5 in (196 cm)
    Reach 84 in (213 cm)
    Nationality British
    Canadian[1]
    Born 2 September 1965 (age 50)
    London, England
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 44
    Wins 41
    Wins by KO 32
    Losses 2
    Draws 1
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  • Kostya Tszyu Play all

    Real name Konstantin Borisovich Tszyu
    Nickname(s) Thunder from Down Under
    Rated at Light welterweight
    Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
    Reach 67 in (170 cm)
    Nationality Russian
    Australian
    Born 19 September 1969 (age 46)
    Serov, Russian SFSR,
    Soviet Union
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 34
    Wins 31
    Wins by KO 25
    Losses 2
    No contests 1

    Konstantin Borisovich "Kostya" Tszyu (/ˈkɒstə ˈzuː/; Russian: Константин (Костя) Борисович Цзю; born 19 September 1969) is a Russian-Australian former professional boxer. He is a four-time light welterweight world champion, having also spent a period of time as the undisputed champion of that division. Tszyu was a good all-around boxer, who relied heavily on accuracy and timing with his shots and carried exceptional punching power, often being regarded as one of the hardest-punching light welterweights in the division's history.

    Tszyu holds notable victories over former world champions Julio César Chávez, Zab Judah and Roger Mayweather. In November 2001 he became the first champion to unify the light welterweight division in over 30 years, and is considered by many in Australia to be a national sports hero. In The Ring magazine's March 2010 issue, Tszyu was ranked as the number one junior welterweight of the 2000s decade. On 7 December 2010, he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame for the Class of 2011.
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  • Julio Cesar Chavez Play all

    Julio César Chávez González (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxuljo ˈsesaɾ ˈtʃaβes ɣonˈsales]; July 12, 1962), also known as Julio César Chávez Sr., is a Mexican former professional boxer. He is considered by acclamation as the greatest Mexican fighter of all time and one of the greatest boxers of all time.

    Chávez is a six-time world champion in three weight divisions, and for several years was considered the best pound for pound fighter in the world. In a career that spanned over 25 years, Chávez won the WBC super featherweight title in 1984, the WBA and WBC lightweight titles in 1987 and 1988, the WBC light welterweight title in 1989 and 1994, and the IBF light welterweight title in 1990. Chávez was named the 1990 Fighter of the Year by The Ring magazine.

    He holds records for the most successful defenses of world titles (27), most title fight victories (31), most title fights (37), and the second most title defenses won by knockout (21, after Joe Louis with 23). Chávez also has the longest undefeated streak in boxing history: 13 years. Chávez's record was 89–0–1 going into his first official loss to Frankie Randall in 1994, before which he had an 87-fight win streak until his draw with Pernell Whitaker in 1993. Chávez also set the record for the largest attendance for a boxing match, with 132,274 people at the Estadio Azteca for his fight against Greg Haugen in 1993.

    Chávez was known for his outstanding punching power, devastating body attack, remarkably strong chin and the relentless stalking of his opponents. He ranks #24 on ESPN's list of "50 Greatest Boxers of All Time". On December 7, 2010, he was inducted in the prestigious International Boxing Hall of Fame for the Class of 2011. He is the father of prospect Omar Chávez and former middleweight champion Julio César Chávez, Jr.

    Real name Julio César Chávez González
    Nickname(s) J.C.
    El César del Boxeo ("The Caesar of Boxing")[1]
    El Gran Campeón Mexicano ("The Grand Mexican Champion")[2]
    Mr. KO
    Rated at Super featherweight
    Lightweight
    Light welterweight
    Welterweight
    Height 5 ft 7 1⁄2 in (1.71 m)
    Reach 66 1⁄2 in (169 cm)
    Nationality Mexican
    Born July 12, 1962 (age 53)
    Obregón, Sonora, Mexico
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 115
    Wins 107
    Wins by KO 86
    Losses 6
    Draws 2
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  • Natascha Ragosina Play all

    Real name Natalia Yurievna Ragozina
    Nickname(s) The Russian Tsarina
    Miss Sledgehammer
    Rated at Super middleweight
    Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)
    Nationality Russian
    Born 5 April 1976 (age 39)
    Karaganda, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union (now Kazakhstan)
    Stance Orthodox
    Boxing record
    Total fights 22
    Wins 22
    Wins by KO 13
    Losses 0
    Draws 0
    No contests 0

    Natalia Yurievna Ragozina (Russian: Наталья Юрьевна Рагозина), better known as Natascha Ragosina, is an undefeated retired professional boxer who spent much of her career ranked as the top female super middleweight in the world. Though born in Kazakhstan (formerly a part of the Soviet Union) and currently residing in Germany, she competed professionally for Russia and is of Russian descent. She is the longest reigning WBA female super middleweight champion and WBC female super middleweight champion. At the time of her retirement, she held all major female super middleweight titles and two heavyweight belts:
    IWBF (International Women's Boxing Federation) super middleweight title
    WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation) super middleweight title
    WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association) super middleweight title
    Global Boxing Union Female super middleweight title
    WBC female super middleweight title
    WBA female super middleweight title
    WIBC super middleweight title
    WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation) heavyweight title
    WBF (Women's Boxing Federation) heavyweight title
    On March 15, 2008, Ragosina defeated Bermudian Teresa Perozzi to win a record 7 championship belts in a single fight, breaking Giselle Salandy's previous record of 6 belts won in a single fight. However, two weeks later, Salandy - a light middleweight boxer - defeated Karolina Lukasik in a match with 8 titles on the line to regain her record for titles won in a single fight.
    On July 11, 2008, Ragosina won a controversial decision against Conjestina Achieng, winning a close but unanimous decision. One judge awarded Ragosina the fight by a single round, and the other two judges had Ragosina winning by a two round margin. Some boxing observers believe Achieng won the fight. Perhaps due to the controversial decision in the first fight, the two had a rematch on November 28, 2008, which Ragosina won more convincingly.
    On December 19, 2009, Ragosina defeated heavyweight world champion Pamela London by knockout to add two heavyweight championships to her resume - the WIBF Women's International Boxing Federation heavyweight title and the World Boxing Federation heavyweight title. Despite a 65-pound weight disadvantage (Ragosina weighed in at 172, compared to London's 237 pounds), the 5'11" Ragosina used her reach and quickness to knock out London in round 8. This brought Ragosina's record to 22-0, including a 16-0 record in title fights.
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