Rocky Juarez 35 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With  Menus
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              ROCKY JUAREZ 35 fights on 13 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Rocky Juarez vs Luevano III
Rocky Juarez vs Kamsing
Rocky Juarez vs Batmani
Rocky Juarez vs Huste
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ROCKY JUAREZ 35 fights on 13 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 12
Rocky Juarez vs John I
Rocky Juarez vs John II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Rocky Juarez vs Ramirez
Rocky Juarez vs Soto
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Rocky Juarez vs Sanchez
Rocky Juarez vs Pires
Rocky Juarez vs Archuletta
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Rocky Juarez vs Gutierrez
Rocky Juarez vs Garcia
Rocky Juarez vs Ortiz
Rocky Juarez vs Tejedor
Rocky Juarez vs Alvarez
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Rocky Juarez vs Morales
Rocky Juarez vs Raheem
Rocky Juarez vs Espadas
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Rocky Juarez vs Barrera II
Rocky Juarez vs Lucero
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Rocky Juarez vs Marquez
Rocky Juarez vs Sattarkhanov
Rocky Juarez vs Adorno
Rocky Juarez vs Jones
Rocky Juarez vs Uturov
Rocky Juarez vs Espinoza
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Rocky Juarez vs Diaz
Rocky Juarez vs Murillo
Rocky Juarez vs Velazquez
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Rocky Juarez vs Barrera I
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Rocky Juarez vs Hernandez
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Rocky Juarez vs Barios
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Rocky Juarez vs Litzau
Rocky Juarez vs Linares

Ricardo Rocky Juarez (born April 15, 1980) was known over his career for his aggressive fighting style and incredible durability; in 11 defeats he was never stopped. Five time world title challenger Rocky Juarez will go down as one of the finest fighters of his generation not to win a belt, but he was so much more than a nearly man.


Born Ricardo Juarez in Houston, Texas, on April 15, 1980, he was the youngest of six children and grew up in the tough North Central neighborhood in Houston.


His grandfather had been a boxer in Mexico and taught him the basics but, at that time, he just fought with his friends on the block and gravitated towards baseball.


I never felt I was better at boxing than baseball, Juarez told a reporter. I had put more years into baseball and I was doing pretty well. I had made the All Stars and won a few MVPs. I preferred boxing because it was more of a one-on-one sport than baseball which is a team sport.


Juarez went on to enjoy a stellar amateur career. He was selected to represent the USA at the 1997 World Championships and was the youngest member of the squad. Despite losing in the opening round, the experience helped prepare him for the same tournament two years later and this time it was hosted in his home city.


While still in school, Juarez went on to win gold in front of his friends and family in Houston.


It was a very proud moment, he said. The assistant principal was a big fan of mine and filled two or three school buses and they came to the final.


I remember warming up and looking at the crowd and seeing the colors of my school, the cheerleaders, the pompoms. It was great.


The following year, Juarez traveled to Sydney, Australia for the 2000 Olympics. He won his first four bouts en route to the final, procuring a 68 fight win streak.


In the final, however, Juarez lost to Bekzat Sattarkhanov, dropping a 22-14 decision. The Houston native remains philosophical about that setback.


I remember the fight very clearly, Juarez said. God had a plan. Some days you have good days, some days you have bad days.