Hector Camacho 45 Career Boxing Fights On 17 DVDs With  Motion Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Hector Camacho vs DeVorce (AM)
Hector Camacho vs Loy
 
 
 
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Hector Camacho vs Maysonet
Hector Camacho vs Gibbins
Hector Camacho vs Arroyo
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 8
Hector Camacho vs Haugen I (HL)
Hector Camacho vs Haugen II
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Hector Camacho vs Rosario
Hector Camacho vs Edwards
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Hector Camacho vs Burke
Hector Camacho vs Montoya
Hector Camacho vs Ramirez
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Hector Camacho vs Montes
Hector Camacho vs Limon
Hector Camacho vs Solis
Hector Camacho vs Williams
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Hector Camacho vs Mancini
Hector Camacho vs Hanks
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Hector Camacho vs Di Orio
Hector Camacho vs Lawlor
Hector Camacho vs Foster
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Hector Camacho vs Lowry
Hector Camacho vs Duran II
Hector Camacho vs Houk II
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Hector Camacho vs Hess
Hector Camacho vs D. Chavez
Hector Camacho vs Lopez
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Hector Camacho vs Duran I
Hector Camacho vs Houk I
Hector Camacho vs Nina
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Hector Camacho vs Todd
Hector Camacho vs Leonard Pre Fight
Hector Camacho vs Leonard
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Hector Camacho vs De La Hoya Pre Fight
Hector Camacho vs De La Hoya
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Hector Camacho vs Menefee
Hector Camacho vs Sigurani
Hector Camacho vs Goosen
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Hector Camacho vs Davis Jr.
Hector Camacho vs Cruz
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Hector Camacho vs Pazienza
Hector Camacho vs Baltazar
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Hector Camacho vs J. Chavez
Hector Camacho vs Trinidad
 
 
 
 
Hector Camacho vs Sato
Hector Camacho vs Paul
Hector Camacho vs Coverson
 
 
 
 
Hector Luis Camacho Matias (May 24, 1962 - November 24, 2012), nicknamed Macho Camacho, was a Puerto Rican professional boxer and singer. Known for his quickness in the ring and flamboyant style, he held major champonships in the super featherweight (WBC, 1983), lightweight (WBC, 1985), and junior welterweight (WBO, 1989 and 1991) divisions. After earning minor titles in four additional weight classes, Camacho became the first boxer to be recognized as a septuple champion.
 
A storied amateur, Camacho won three New York Golden Gloves, beginning with the Sub-Novice 112 lb. championship in 1978. During his 30 year career, Camacho had many notable fights, defeating Panama's Roberto Duran twice late in Duran's career, and knocking out a 40 year old Sugar Ray Leonard, sending Leonard into permanent retirement. He also fought against Julio Cesar Chavez, Felix Trinidad, and Oscar De La Hoya, among others.
 
During his later years, Camacho expanded his popular role and appeared on a variety of Spanish-language reality television shows including Univision's dancing show Mira Quien Baila and a weekly segment on the popular show El Gordo y La Flaca named Macho News. But, he also had trouble with drug abuse and criminal charges. In 2005 he was arrested for burglary, a charge to which he would later plead guilty. In 2008, he won his last major fight, the World Boxing Empire middleweight championship. In 2011, he was shot at three times by would-be carjackers in San Juan, but was uninjured. In the fall of 2012, Camacho was awaiting trial in Florida on charges of physical abuse of one of his sons.
 
On November 20, 2012, Camacho was shot and seriously wounded while sitting in a car outside a bar in his native Bayamon, Puerto Rico; the driver, a childhood friend, was killed in the shooting. Camacho died four days later; after he was declared clinically brain dead, his mother requested the doctors remove him from life support. After lying in state for two days in Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Camacho's remains were transported to New York for burial at request of his mother.
 
Early life and amateur career
Camacho was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, to Hector Luis Camacho Sr., and his wife Maria Matias. He was the youngest of five children, which included a brother Felix and sisters Raquel, Estrella, and Esperanza. When he was three, his parents separated, and his mother took the children with her to New York City. They lived in the James Weldon Johnson housing project in Spanish Harlem. Camacho attended local schools and ran into trouble as a teen, getting into street fights and landing in jail at fifteen. Pat Flannery, a language teacher in high school, helped the youth, teaching him to read and "acting like a father figure". When Camacho learned boxing and karate as a teenager, Flannery guided him to the golden gloves competitions. Demonstrating talent as a boxer, Camacho chose that sport as a career.
 
As an amateur, Camacho won three New York Golden Gloves Championships. Camacho won the 1978 112 lb Sub-Novice Championship, 1979 118 lb Open Championship, and 1980 119 lb Open Championship. In 1979 Camacho defeated Paul DeVorce of the Yonkers Police Athletic League in the finals to win the title, and, in 1980, Camacho defeated Tyrone Jackson in the finals to win the championship.
 
Camacho's nickname of "Macho" has been explained in various ways. According to his father, he gave him the nickname because he was his youngest son. According to the New York Times, his mentor Pat Flannery is the one who gave him the nickname during his teens. According to Camacho himself, the nickname came as a result of American co-workers at a factory who couldn't pronounce his last name.
 
Marriage and family
Camacho had a total of four sons, his oldest from an early relationship and three from his marriage. His eldest son, Hector "machito" Camacho Jr. (born 1978 in New York, when Camacho was 16) also became a professional boxer and has won a championship.
 
Camacho married Amy Torres in 1991, and they had three sons: Christian, Justin, and Tyler.
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 18
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