Jorge “MAROMERO” Páez

Full name
Jorge Paez Febres

October 27, 1967

On November 16, 1984, in San Luis Río Colorado, and he beat Efrén Tineo by technical knockout in three rounds.

won the world title
In the last fight that the IBF sanctioned to 15 rounds, on August 4, 1988 in the Plaza de Toros Calafia in Mexicali, he beat American Calvin Grove by decision. In addition, on April 7, 1990, he unified the IBF crown with Louie Espinoza, WBO featherweight champion, and won him by decision, at the Las Vegas Hilton hotel.

"El Maromero"was the first Mexican world champion by the IBF and the most extravagant due to his way of dressing, boxing and dancing on the ring. In addition, he was also the first Mexican to sign a contract for five fights with the North American network HBO.

Lost His Title
In his tenth defense, on September 22, 1990, Tony López beat him on points in Sacramento, California.

On December 5, 2003, in Phoenix, Arizona, Scott McCracken defeated him by decision.

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