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Juan Manuel Marquez
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Boxer
    (August 23, 1973- )
    Born in Mexico City, Mexico
    Birth name is Juan Manuel Márquez Mendez
    First professional boxing match on May 29, 1993
    IBF Featherweight Champion (2003-2005)
    WBA Featherweight Super Champion (2003-2005)
    WBO Featherweight Champion (2006-2007)
    WBC Super Featherweight Champion (2007-2008)
    IBO Lightweight Champion (2009)
    WBA Lightweight Super Champion (2009- )
    WBO Lightweight Champion (2009- )
    He lost his first professional fight because of disqualification.
    His first bout with Manny Pacquiao in 2004 ended in a draw.
    He lost his second bout with 'Pac-Man' even though he had more accuracy in landing punches than his opponent (March 15, 2008).
    Most of his titles were either stripped or vacated.
    He again lost to Pacquiao in a third rematch held in 2011, despite posting slightly better numbers.
    He is the fourth Mexican-born boxer to become a three-division world champion.
    He won eight world titles in three different boxing weight classes.
    His bout with Juan Diaz in 2009 was named Best Fight of the Year by ESPN.com.
    His fight with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. sold more than one million pay-per-views.
    He holds the distinction of being the oldest champion in the history of the lightweight division.

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