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Nickname(s)  El Chiapas
Name  Victor Rabanales
Stance  Orthodox stance
Height  5 ft 7 in (173 cm)
Role  Boxer
Draws  3

Reach  72 in (183 cm)
Division  Bantamweight
Losses  21
Nationality  Mexican
Total fights  73
Number of contests  0
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Real name  Victor Manuel Rabanales
Rated at  Lightweight Featherweight Super Bantamweight Bantamweight

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Victor Manuel Rabanales (born December 23, 1962 in Ciudad Hidalgo, Chiapas, Mexico) was a Mexican boxer in the Featherweight division. He is a former WBC FECARBOX and the WBC Bantamweight Champion. He was trained by Boxing Hall of Famer Ignacio Beristáin.


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Professional career

In August 1983, Rabanales won his pro debut by knocking out veteran Mario Asteaga in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.

WBC Bantamweight Championship

His first shot at a WBC Bantamweight Championship was against Greg Richardson, but he lost a disputed decision. In Inglewood, California he upset Yong-Hoon Lee to win the Interim WBC Bantamweight Championship. On September 17, 1992 he won the WBC Bantamweight Championship by beating an undefeated Joichiro Tatsuyoshi in Japan. He would lose his title to Jung-Il Byun in another very disputed decision in South Korea. He also had close decision losses to an undefeated Wayne McCullough and Sirimongkol Singwancha.


Victor Rabanales Wikipedia

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