Jorge Armando Arce Armenta
July 27, 1979
On January 17, 1996, in Tijuana, he knocked out Adán Aldama in one round.
won the world title
On December 5, 1998, at the Tijuana Municipal Auditorium, he defeated Argentine Juan Domingo Córdoba and obtained the WBO light flyweight title. On October 20, 2010, he seized the WBC light flyweight belt by defeating the Filipino Juanito Rubillar. On July 30, 2005, at the Arturo C. Nahl Baseball Stadium, La Paz, Baja California Sur, he defeated Ángel Antonio Priolo and became WBC interim flyweight champion. On September 15, 2009, he won the WBA interim super flyweight belt by beating Panamanian Luis Nica Concepción. On January 30, 2010, he defeated the African Angky Angkotta and became WBO super flyweight champion. On May 7, 2011, he knocked out Puerto Rican Wilfredo Papito Vázquez in 12 rounds and took the WBO super bantamweight belt from him and on November 26, 2011, he obtained the vacant WBO bantamweight title by defeating the African Angky Angkottaotta
Lost His Title
The WBO Miniosca title was lost in the second defense, on July 31, 1999, against Michael Carbajal. After eight defenses, he resigned from the WBC light flyweight to go for the WBC flyweight belt and won, but resigned after four defenses to challenge for the WBC super flyweight belt and lost. The interim WBA super flyweight lost it in his second defense to unify with Vic Darchinyian on February 7, 2009. He gave up the WBO super flyweight for the WBO super bantamweight and won it and left it because he won the WBO bantamweight.
On October 4, 2014, in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Jhonny Gonzalez knocked him out in 11 rounds, when he fought for the WBC featherweight belt.
Jorge Arce was world champion in five different divisions: flyweight, flyweight, super flyweight, bantamweight and super bantamweight and is the only Mexican boxer with that brand.