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Old 04-25-2005, 11:19 AM #1
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hi
if any one speak about mexican boxers and the famous boxers there
i will be appreciate
and 10x :d
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Old 04-27-2005, 04:42 PM #2
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theres alot, i like barrera and morales...
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Old 06-18-2005, 04:46 AM #3
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I grew up in LA-area, watching Olivares, Zarate, Zamora, Little Red Lopez, the Sandovals and Alberto Davila. Interesting thing about Zarate and the famous Mexican hook to the liver; he didn't throw it often at all. What he did, and it is unique, was constantly use a short jarring left uppercut to the belly. He used it like most fighters use a jab. Also, despite his height, his efective punches were rarely from the outside; he often came inside under cover of a long looping right and would land his very powerful and short left hook. His right uppercut was also quite damaging.
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JCC cant forget that one
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Chavez would be the most famous I'd say.

Then you've got Sanchez, Lopez, Zarate, Morales, Barrera etc.
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I grew up in LA-area, watching Olivares, Zarate, Zamora, Little Red Lopez, the Sandovals and Alberto Davila. Interesting thing about Zarate and the famous Mexican hook to the liver; he didn't throw it often at all. What he did, and it is unique, was constantly use a short jarring left uppercut to the belly. He used it like most fighters use a jab. Also, despite his height, his efective punches were rarely from the outside; he often came inside under cover of a long looping right and would land his very powerful and short left hook. His right uppercut was also quite damaging.
Carlos "El Caņas" Zarate was always exiting to watch, can't forget his fight against Alfonso Zamora at the Forum in Inglewood, Zamoras father and Zarates trainer, El Cuyo Hdez, got into a fist fight there in the ring at the end of the fight.
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Off the cuff, definetly Carlos Zarate, Salvador Sanchez, Ruben Olivarez, Danny Little Red Lopez,...even Pipino Cuevas (during his title reign, excluding the Tommy Hearns fight,of course)...Julio Caesar Chavez. There are a few others....actually, a couple of months ago Ring Magazine had a Mexican Boxers issue where it named the top 20 of all time, in their estimation...very interesting read.
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Carlos "El Caņas" Zarate was always exiting to watch, can't forget his fight against Alfonso Zamora at the Forum in Inglewood, Zamoras father and Zarates trainer, El Cuyo Hdez, got into a fist fight there in the ring at the end of the fight.
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Off the cuff, definetly Carlos Zarate, Salvador Sanchez, Ruben Olivarez, Danny Little Red Lopez,...even Pipino Cuevas (during his title reign, excluding the Tommy Hearns fight,of course)...Julio Caesar Chavez. There are a few others....actually, a couple of months ago Ring Magazine had a Mexican Boxers issue where it named the top 20 of all time, in their estimation...very interesting read.
could you post the link to that? or at least write down the list?
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i LIKE JOSE "TOLUCO" LOPEZ

BACK IN THE 1930S THEIR WAS KID AZTECA ,BABY CASANOVA, AND BABY ARIZMENDI
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