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These are the 5 Mexican boxers with the most titles in history

Written in SPORTS CENTER the 8/24/2022 4:11 p.m. The boxing It is one of the sports that leaves the most money worldwide, proof of this is th


Written in SPORTS CENTER the 8/24/2022 4:11 p.m.

The boxing It is one of the sports that leaves the most money worldwide, proof of this is the Mexican the ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, who is not only the highest paid athlete at the national level, but also one of those who currently holds the most titles. The man from Guadalajara is currently training to face Gennady Golovkinfor the undisputed title at 168 pounds.

Mexico has been a great country of boxers, with a world legacy and Olympic medals such as Oscar de la hoya. In addition to the fact that the character of ‘Canelo’ Álvarez is one of the best known, as is the legend of . As well as the one from Guadalajara, Jalisco, there were other boxers who, in addition to standing out in the ring, did so in all the titles they held.

Throughout history, including Canelo Álvarez, Mexico has been very present in professional men’s and women’s boxing. So below we present you who are the national boxers with the most world championships.

Juan Manuel Márquez won in the featherweight, super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight category

These are the 5 Mexican boxers with the most titles:

Julio Cesar Chavez

JC Chavez is the greatest boxer in Mexico and in the world. He had up to 107 wins, of which 86 were by knockout and 21 by decision. While he only added 2 draws and 6 losses. This one won in the super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight category.

He is also the most winner in world titles, because had 37 championship fights and won 31, so it has a historical mark. He was undefeated in up to 90 matches and in the 1990s he was the greatest in the discipline worldwide.

Erik Morales

His stats show 52 wins, of which 36 were by knockout and 16 by cards. He fell in 9 fights, 3 of them by KO and 6 by decision, undefeated up to 41 duels. He was the first Mexican boxer to win championships in different divisionsas he took the WBC and WBO super bantamweight title, as well as the WBC super lightweight, IBF featherweight and super featherweight titles.

Ruben Olivares

A historical figure in national boxing who had up to 89 wins, in which 78 won by knockout, 11 by decisiontied 3 times and lost 13. He remained undefeated in 62 matches and consummated the bantamweight and featherweight title issued by the WBA.

Juan Manuel Marquez

The ‘Dinamita’ obtained a record of 64 victories and only 7 defeats. He is one of the historical figures of Mexican boxing thanks to the fact that he was consolidated as the second four-time champion by winning in the category of featherweight, super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight. All your titles got were under the WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO.

Canelo Alvarez

Regarded as the best pound for pound in the world, ‘Canelo’ Álvarez has a record of 57 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses. The last one was against Dmitry Bivol in the light heavyweight category. However, Guadalajara has established itself as WBA, WBC and WBO junior middleweight championin addition to WBA, IBF and WBC middleweight, WBA super middleweight and WBO light heavyweight.

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