The coronavirus pandemic has been for some people (including some athletes) a moment of reflection and some have gone through difficult times.

Multi-division former world champion Jorge 'Travieso' Arce has decided to raise money for those who are suffering by donating one of his world titles - specifically the mini-flyweight championship of the World Boxing Council.

Arce won that belt in 2007 when he traveled overseas to defeat Yosam Choi in South Korea.

"I am going to raffle the WBC flyweight belt that I won in Korea, I am going to donate it to an association in Hermosillo to raise funds for the people who need it the most," said the retired boxer.

"This pandemic has made me come to the realization that we do not need so many things to be happy, the most important thing is your health, your house and your family. I have decided that I am going to raffle what I have to get money and help for people... it is to return something of what he gave me life in my career."

Arce walked away from the sport in 2014, after challenging then WBC featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez. Arce went down numerous times in the fight and was finally stopped in the eleventh round.