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Who Should Be #1 Mexican Boxer Of All Time?

Many Mexican Boxers have their name in the history. You will know the latest one but the one who lived in the old day is hardly recognized. When asking about the number one Mexican Boxer of all time, you must explore and go further back in order to find who has honor to be in that spot.

If you are avid boxing fan, Mexico is country with vast talents to be the prominent name in boxing. As you know, some of them have been on top and beat several boxers to gain the best title. On the other side, your talents try hard with high spirit and ravenous motivation that drive them to be the best. This is good environment for boxing.

Our List of the Top Mexican Boxers

5. Oscar De La Hoya

Even if you are not Mexican, the name Oscar De La Hoya is definitely recognizable. He might not be from Mexico by birth, but used Mexican culture and spread it. He had a pro boxing record of 39 wins, 6 losses based on He won gold in 1992 Barcelona Olympics, other several professional boxing titles and defended most of them. One reason why people know him is his match turns into one of the highest pay per view in boxing history.

4. Salvador Sanchez

Some boxers can have long career and another one is short but memorable. This is what you can see on Salvador Sanchez. He was prominent fighter only for two or three years. Unfortunately, he had a car accident that ended his boxing career. He won WBC title and record 32 KO. That’s something other boxers must try hard to beat. Short career with impressive winning is definitely the one that should be at top list of Mexican Boxer.

3. Ruben Olivares

You are new boxer and ready to enter the match. On the other side, your opponent is Ruben Olivares. This is big sign you should consider before fighting him. He will knock you out quickly and put you in one of his winning records. Ruben Olivares had career in boxing for approximately two decades.

2. Ricardo Lopez

The next list will be Ricardo Lopez. He had record 38 KO and winning matches are 50. From valid information, he defended WBC several times and undefeated. At the end of his career, he didn’t have any lose. The record was difficult to beat today.

1. Julio Cesar Chavez

When asking about the number boxer from Mexico, most people will refer to one name. He is Julio Cesar Chavez. Several factors are enough to justify his capability and dominant in boxing world. He obtained six title and had impressive winning record. Based on and, he won over 100 matches.

We picked Julio Cesar Chavez as #1 because of his unbelievable boxing record 107 wins, 6 losses, 2 draws. 85 of those wins are way of knockout. We felt that his love and fashion for the game of boxing is just truly amazing and undeniable.

Several names are to be considered such as Carlos Zarate, Vicente Saldivar, Marco Antonio Barrera, Erik Morales and Juan Manuel Marquez. Each has skill, record, winning, title that deserves to recognize at the best. On the other side, becoming number one requires more effort. That’s what you should know about #1 Mexican Boxer of all time.

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