32 Career Boxing Fights On 10 DVDs With Menus
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                  JORGE ARCE 32 fights on 10 boxing DVDs
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Jorge Arce 32 fights on 10 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jorge Arce vs Contreras
Jorge Arce vs Gomez
Jorge Arce vs Cordoba
Jorge Arce vs Fanni
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Fights Boxing DVD 9
Jorge Arce vs Lookmahanak
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jorge Arce vs Carbajal
Jorge Arce vs Vazquez
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jorge Arce vs Lagos
Jorge Arce vs Virgen
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Jorge Arce vs Hurtado
Jorge Arce vs Choi
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Jorge Arce vs Rubillar II
Jorge Arce vs Centeno
Jorge Arce vs Hussein I
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Jorge Arce vs Priolo
Jorge Arce vs Hussein II
Jorge Arce vs Rivas I
Jorge Arce vs Rivas II
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Jorge Arce vs Alvarez
Jorge Arce vs Makepula
Jorge Arce vs Ler
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Jorge Arce vs Mijares
Jorge Arce vs Rojas
Jorge Arce vs Singsurat
Jorge Arce vs Presbitero
Jorge Arce vs Caceres
Jorge Arce vs Beltran
Jorge Arce vs Luna
Jorge Arce vs E. Castro
Jorge Arce vs M. Castro I
Jorge Arce vs M. Castro II
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Jorge Arce vs Vazquez Jr. 
Jorge Armando Arce Armenta (born July 27, 1979) best known as Jorge Arce is a Mexican professional boxer. He is the second Mexican boxer to win a world title in four weight divisions, after Erik Morales, who first achieved the feat two months prior. Arce has held the WBO and WBC light flyweight titles; the WBC interim flyweight title; the WBO and WBA (interim) super flyweight titles: and the WBO bantamweight and super bantamweight titles.
Arce remains a favorite fighter among boxing fans and is also the older brother of title contender Francisco Arce Armenta. Arce's trademark ring entrance features him wearing a black cowboy hat (thus earning him the nickname "The Mexican Cowboy") and sucking a cherry lollipop.
Professional career
Early years at Light Flyweight
Arce turned pro at the age of 16, winning his first four fights. He lost to future champion Omar Romero and drew with Gabriel Munoz in back to back fights in the summer of 1996, but then won 10 straight bouts and a pair of regional belts before losing on points to veteran (and future IBF Light Flyweight Champion) Jose Victor Burgos on December 12, 1997.
He recovered from that setback with four straight wins, earning his first world title shot on December 4, 1998 against Juan Domingo Cordoba for the WBO Light Flyweight title. Arce won the fight and became a world champion at the age of 19.
After making one successful defense of his title, Arce drew a big money fight in Tijuana against three time former champion Michael Carbajal on July 31, 1999. Arce was ahead on all three judges' scorecards after 10 rounds, but in the 11th, the veteran Carbajal connected with a stunning right hand and captured the crown via a technical knockout, as Arce was unable to continue.
After a four month layoff, Arce returned to the ring and won a WBO regional belt as he scored 7 consecutive wins while working his way back up the ranking for another title shot. That came on October 20, 2001, when he defeated Juanito Rubillar for the Interim WBC version ot the Light Flyyweight title. Nine months later, he beat Yo-Sam Choi, the reigning champion who had been out with an injury, to take full distinction. He held the title until the summer of 2005 before relinquishing it to move up in weight. In his first defense, he defeated Augustin Lara. In 2003, he successfully defended his title three times against Ernesto Castro, Lee Marvin Sandoval, and Melchor Cob Castro.
Towards the end of 2003, he participated in the Televisa version of Big Brother, the Big Brother V.I.P. show that put celebrities together. He arrived in third place, then went training for his next defense, against former world champion Joma Gamboa on January 10 of the following year. Arce invited his Big Brother celebrity friends to the fight with Gamboa, his first fight of 2004, which he won by a second round knockout. But during and after the fight, chaos ensued. One of his friends, actress Arleth Gonzalez, was kicked off her chair by another person. And Veronica Castro was pursued by the press when she was trying to leave the fight site, taking her more than two hours to get to the site's parking lot.
On April 24, 2004, Arce successfully defended his title in a rematch against former champ Melchor Cob Castro in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas. Arce had beaten Castro in May 2003, but the fight was called off after six rounds due to a clash of heads which injured Arce. The fight went to the scorecards and Arce won a narrow, but controversial, decision. He left no doubt in the rematch, knocking Castro out in the fifth round.
On September 4 of that same year, he retained the title with a twelve round decision in a rematch with Rubillar. The fight caused some controversy afterwards, when Rubillar's manager accused the fight's judges of robbing his fighter, going on to offer Arce 100,000 US$ for a rematch, which would be held in the Philippines.