Jeff Fenech 24 Career Boxing Fights On 8 DVDs with menus
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                     JEFF FENECH 24 fights on 8 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jeff Fenech vs Shingaki I
Jeff Fenech vs Matienza
Jeff Fenech vs Farrell
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JEFF FENECH 24 fights on 8 boxing DVDS
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Jeff Fenech
In 1987 Fenech met future world bantamweight champion Greg Richardson and knocked him out if five. Next it was former WBC bantamweight champion Carlos Zarate's turn to challenge Fenech. Fenech retained his crown by a technical decision win in four rounds at the Perth Entertainment Centre, and then finished his year by knocking out Osmar Avila in one round in a non-title affair.
Featherweight champion
By 1988, Fenech had grown into a featherweight, and the WBC matched him with Puerto Rico's former world super bantamweight champion Victor Luvi Callejas for their vacant featherweight title, once again, in Sydney. Fenech joined boxing's exclusive group of fighters who have been world champs in three or more divisions, by knocking Callejas out in the 10th round. He retained that title twice before the year was over, knocking out Tyrone Downes and Georgie "Go Go" Navarro, both in the fifth round.
In 1989, he beat Marcos Villasana and former Julio Cesar Chavez challenger Mario Martinez, both by decision.
Super featherweight title challenges
After that, Fenech took one year off and came back in 1991 as a super featherweight. After beating Johnny Calhoun by a knockout in four, he tried to become a four division world champion when he met Azumah Nelson. The fight was fought on the undercard to the Mike Tyson vs Razor Ruddock rematch at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. After 12 ferocious rounds the bout was controversially declared a draw with many of the boxing press who were present (as well as Tyson) claiming that Fenech had been robbed of a clear win. Fenech returned to Australia and after beating Miguel Francia, Nelson travelled to Melbourne to offer Fenech a second title try. This time in front of over 30,000 fans at the Princes Park football stadium, Fenech suffered his first loss, when he was knocked out in the eighth round for Nelson to retain the world title. Fenech's TKO loss was recognized as the Ring Magazine Upset of the Year.
After that fight, he fought sporadically. In 1993, he was beaten in seven rounds by knockout by American former IBF featherweight champion Calvin Grove at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, and in 1995, he beat Tialano Tovar, by a knockout in eight in New Jersey.
Lightweight title challenge
In 1996, in what was thought to have been his last fight (he fought Nelson a third time 12 years later), he lost to IBF lightweight champion Phillip Holiday of South Africa by a knockout in the second round. He retired after the bout.
Fenech retired with a record of 28 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw, with 21 wins by knockout.
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Jeff Fenech vs Grove
Jeff Fenech vs Tovar
Jeff Fenech vs Juarez
Jeff Fenech vs Holiday
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jeff Fenech vs Shingaki II
Jeff Fenech vs Coffee
Jeff Fenech vs Zaragoza
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jeff Fenech vs McCory
Jeff Fenech vs Miller
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Jeff Fenech vs Payakarun
Jeff Fenech vs Richardson
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Jeff Fenech vs Downes
Jeff Fenech vs Navarro
Jeff Fenech vs Villasana
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Jeff Fenech vs Martinez
Jeff Fenech vs Nelson I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Jeff Fenech vs Francia
Jeff Fenech vs Nelson II
Jeff Fenech vs Zarate
Jeff Fenech vs Avila
Jeff Fenech vs Callejas