José Torres, Chegui (born May 3, 1936), is a Puerto Rican who is a former boxer and the first hispanic ever to win the world's Light Heavyweight championship. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Torres"
Joseph Serrano (born 1981) is a Puerto Rican who was an amateur boxing star. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph Serrano"
Juan Carazo (born October 10, 1964) is a former boxer from Caguas, Puerto Rico. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Carazo"
Juan Evangelista Venegas born c. 1928 died 1980s, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was the first Puerto Rican to win an Olympic medal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Evangelista Venegas"
Juan Laporte (born November 24, 1959) is a former boxer who was born in Guayama, Puerto Rico. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Laporte"
Kermit Cintron (born October 22, 1979) is a Puerto Rican boxer who is from Carolina. Cintron is trained by Lou Duva. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kermit Cintron"
Luis Ortiz (born November 5, 1965) is a Puerto Rican former boxer who is a native of Humacao. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luis Ortiz (boxer)" The text you are reading is from http://www.shortopedia.com
Melissa Del Valle (born June 2, 1969) in New York City, is a multiple champion in the sport of women's boxing, both at the amateur and professional levels. ...more on Wikipedia about "Melissa Del Valle"
Nelson Dieppa (born February 25, 1971 in Vieques, Puerto Rico) is a professional boxer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nelson Dieppa"
Osvaldo Ocasio, (born August 12 1955), better known as Ossie Ocasio and nicknamed Jaws, is a Puerto Rican who was a boxer and world Cruiserweight champion. He got his peculiar nickname after accidentally biting another boxer during a sparring session. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ossie Ocasio"
Pedro Montañez, ( April 24, 1914- June 26, 1996), was a boxer from Cayey, Puerto Rico. Also known as El Torito De Cayey (Cayey's Bull), he was one of the best boxers in history never to win a world title. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pedro Montañez"
Samuel Serrano (born November 7, 1952), nicknamed Sammy and El Torbellino, is a Puerto Rican who won boxing's world jr. Lightweight championship twice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Samuel Serrano"
Sixto Escobar ( March 23, 1913 - November 17, 1979) was Puerto Rico's first world boxing champion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sixto Escobar"
Wilfred Benitez (born September 12, 1958 in New York, New York), also known as Wilfredo Benítez, is a Puerto Rican-American boxer. He is remembered best as a skilled and aggressive fighter who won World Championships in three separate weight divisions, and was the youngest world champion in boxing history. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wilfred Benitez"
Wilfredo Gómez (born October 29, 1956) is a former boxer and three time world champion. Nicknamed "Bazooka", Gómez had one of the highest knockout win percentages in professional boxing, winning 88 percent of his bouts by knockout. Ring Magazine ranked Gómez as thirteenth on a list of the all-time greatest punchers in 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wilfredo Gómez"
Wilfredo Vázquez (born August 2, 1960) is a boxer who is a native of Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Vázquez's father wanted him to be a boxer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wilfredo Vázquez"
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