| Lupe Madera|
| 2005, Merida, Mexico|
Lupe Madera Wikipedia
Lupe Madera (December 17, 1952 – December 3, 2005) was a Mexican professional boxer. He held the title of World Boxing Association (WBA) junior flyweight champion 1983–1984.
Lupe Madera was born in Sotuta, Yucatán, Mexico. He turned pro in 1972 and was considered a journeyman for most of his career. In 1982, he was granted a shot at WBA light flyweight title holder Katsuo Tokashiki, but lost a split decision. The following year they fought a rematch, and the fight was ruled a draw. Three months later, they fought again, with Madera winning a technical decision after four rounds and capturing the title. Three months later, they again fought, with Madera successfully defending by winning a decision. The following year he lost the belt to Francisco Quiroz by KO, and never fought again.
Prior to becoming a world champion, Madera had served as sparring partner for notable Mexican boxers such as Miguel Canto, Guty Espadas, and Juan Herrera.