Rocky Juarez 35 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With  Menus
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Rocky Juarez vs Luevano III
Rocky Juarez vs Kamsing
Rocky Juarez vs Batmani
Rocky Juarez vs Huste
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Fights Boxing DVD 12
Rocky Juarez vs John I
Rocky Juarez vs John II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Rocky Juarez vs Ramirez
Rocky Juarez vs Soto
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Rocky Juarez vs Sanchez
Rocky Juarez vs Pires
Rocky Juarez vs Archuletta
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Rocky Juarez vs Gutierrez
Rocky Juarez vs Garcia
Rocky Juarez vs Ortiz
Rocky Juarez vs Tejedor
Rocky Juarez vs Alvarez
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Rocky Juarez vs Morales
Rocky Juarez vs Raheem
Rocky Juarez vs Espadas
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Rocky Juarez vs Barrera II
Rocky Juarez vs Lucero
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Rocky Juarez vs Marquez
Rocky Juarez vs Sattarkhanov
Rocky Juarez vs Adorno
Rocky Juarez vs Jones
Rocky Juarez vs Uturov
Rocky Juarez vs Espinoza
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Rocky Juarez vs Diaz
Rocky Juarez vs Murillo
Rocky Juarez vs Velazquez
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Rocky Juarez vs Barrera I
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Rocky Juarez vs Hernandez
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Rocky Juarez vs Barios
 
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Rocky Juarez vs Litzau
Rocky Juarez vs Linares
 
Ricardo "Rocky" Juarez (born april 15, 1980) is an American professional boxer. He is a former WBC Silver featherweight champion and a multiple time world title challenger.
 
Amateur career
Juarez had a lustrous amateur career with a 145-17 record, which included a 68 fight winning streak, a Featherweight Olympic silver medal and a Junior Olympic World and National gold medal, In 1999 he won the world title at the 1999 world amateur Boxing Championships in his home town. During the 2000 Olympics Gold medal round, Juarez loss controversially against Bekzat Sattarkhanov who was warned several times for holding and not penalized. Juarez accepted the silver medal.
 
Professional career
Juarez turned pro on January 25, 2001 with a unanimous decision agasinst Pascali Adorno. A highly touted prospect, Juarez rose up the ranks with wins against Hector Velazquez, and Joe Morales. Juarez's 10th round knockout of Antonio Diaz was named Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year for 2003. His first challenge came from 1996 Olympian Zahir Raheem on July 17, 2004, in which he won by controversial decision, possibly due to the fight taking place at Juarez's hometown in Houston, Texas. Juarez's first career loss came to Humberto Soto, who was a late sub replacement to In Jin Chi, Soto outboxed Juarez in the whole fight to win the Interim version of the WBC featherweight title. Juarez bounced back with back-to-back wins against Reynaldo Hurtado and Backlin Medrano and earned a shot against Mexican legend, Marco Antonio Barrera for his WBC Super featherweight title.
 
Juarez fought Barrera on May 20, 2006 in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Barrera used his jab to win the early rounds, but it was obvious from the start that Juarez wasn't backing down hurting Barrera's nose in the process. During the second half of the fight Juarez took control by rocking Barrera and making him spit out his mouthpiece several times. In a very close fight, the bout was announced originally as a draw, but later it was revealed that two of the judges scorecards had an error, as Barrera was granted the win by split decision. Despite losing, Juarez gained notoriety by standing toe to toe with one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world. Although not required by contract, Barrera and Juarez met in a rematch on September 16, this time Barrera winning comfortably on points through aunanimous decision (117-111, 115-113, 115-113).
 
As a replacement for Jorge Rodrigo Barrios, Rocky Juarez stepped in and fought Juan Manuel Marquez for the WBC Super Featherweight title on November 3, 2007. He lost to Marquez on a unanimous decision. Juarez fought most of the fight with a bad cut above his left eye due to an accidental headbutt in the first round.
 
On September 6, 2008, Rocky Juarez, (27-4, 19 KO's) won by TKO at 2:55 in the 11th round of the 12 rounder over former WBO Junior Lightweight Champion Jorge Rodrigo Barrios, (47-3-1, 34 KO's).
 
In his fourth attempt at a title, Juarez fought Chris John to a controversial draw on February 28, 2009 in his hometown of Houston. Most ringside observers thought John won. The two were supposed to fight a rematch on June 27 of that year but John withrew from the fight due to problems with his blood tests. The rematch finally took place on September 19 and the fight was won by John.
 
Rocky Juarez fought Jason Litzau on April 3, 2010, losing by a controversial technical decision when the fight was halted in the seventh round due to a cut on Litzau's cheek which referee Jay Nady ruled was caused by an accidental head butt. The judges scored it 68-65 and 67-66 twice, in favour of the winner, Jason Litzau.