Jorge Paez 48 Career Boxing Fights On 15 DVDs With  Motion Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jorge Paez vs Linares
Jorge Paez vs Grove I
Jorge Paez vs Grove II
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Fights Boxing DVD 15
Jorge Paez vs Jones
Jorge Paez vs McCracken
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jorge Paez vs Cruz (HL)
Jorge Paez vs Makitoki
Jorge Paez vs Guitierez
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jorge Paez vs Dorsey I
Jorge Paez vs Espinoza II
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Jorge Paez vs Dorsey II
Jorge Paez vs Lopez
Jorge Paez vs Suarez
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Jorge Paez vs Spann
Jorge Paez vs Whitaker
Jorge Paez vs Bonine
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Jorge Paez vs Brown
Jorge Paez vs Ruelas
Jorge Paez vs Felix
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Jorge Paez vs Pendleton
Jorge Paez vs Madrid
Jorge Paez vs Franco
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Jorge Paez vs Vanenzuela
Jorge Paez vs Wheeler I
Jorge Paez vs Wheeler II
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Jorge Paez vs Sandoval
Jorge Paez vs Aceves
Jorge Paez vs De La Hoya
Jorge Paez vs Sanabria
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Jorge Paez vs Marcos
Jorge Paez vs Ortiz
Jorge Paez vs Galvan
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Jorge Paez vs Juarez
Jorge Paez vs Lorenzo
Jorge Paez vs Macias II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Jorge Paez vs Smith I
Jorge Paez vs A. Johnson
Jorge Paez vs Smith II
Jorge Paez vs J. Sanchez II
Jorge Paez vs T. Johnson
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Jorge Paez vs Castillo
Jorge Paez vs Aldama
Jorge Paez vs J. Sanchez
Jorge Paez vs Davis
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Jorge Paez vs Gray
Jorge Paez vs Manfredy
Jorge Paez vs Macias
Jorge Paez vs Sanchez
Jorge Adolfo Febles Paez (born October 27, 1965) is a Mexican actor, circus performer and former professional boxer. In boxing he held the WBO and IBF featherweight titles. Paez's nickname of "El Maromero" is in honor of the somersault (referred to in Mexican Spanish as "maroma") acts he performs at the circus. It was in the circus that he learned acrobatic moves he would later use in the boxing ring. Paez is also the father of Azriel Paez and Jorge Paez Jr.
 
Personal life
Paez has been a circus performer in his northwest Mexico hometown since he was very young. Jorge started boxing in San Luis Rio Colorado. He is also the father of welterweight prospect Azriel Paez and WBC Youth Intercontinental welterweight champion Jorge Paez Jr.
 
Professional career
Early Years
Paez began boxing professionally on November 16, 1984, knocking out Efren Treno in three rounds.
 
Featherweight champion
From there on, he built a string of wins that led him to challenge IBF featherweight champion Calvin Grove in boxing's last 15 round world title fight. Paez was trailing on all three scorecards, but dropped the champion three times in the last round. The knockdowns provided an edge on the scorecards, making Paez IBF featherweight champion by a unanimous decision. He defended the title eight times, including a knockout in 11 against Grove in a rematch, a draw against former world champion Stevie Cruz and a split decision against future world champion Troy Dorsey.
 
He then won the WBO featherweight title in a unification bout against Louie Espinoza (in a rematch of their 1989 fight that ended in a draw) by split decision.
 
Paez then vacated his titles and moved up in weight, only to lose to IBF super featherweight champion Tony Lopez. Paez continued to fight, but he had mixed results versus former world champions Lupe Suarez and Tracy Spann; he and Suarez drew in 10 rounds, and he beat Spann by a 10 round decision.
 
Lightweight
On October 10, 1991, Paez moved up to lightweight and fought against Pernell Whitaker for the WBC, WBA and IBF lightweight titles but lost by unanimous decision.
 
On November 6, 1992, Paez fought against future world champion Rafael Ruelas for the NABF lightweight title, losing by TKO in the 10th round. On July 17, 1993, he lost to Freddie Pendleton by a decision in twelve for the IBF lightweight title.
 
On July 29, 1994, he was given a shot at the vacant WBO lightweight title against rising superstar Oscar De La Hoya. Paez disappointingly yet somewhat predictably lost by a knockout in round two.
 
Later Years
Paez then went up against WBA super featherweight champion Genaro Hernandez in a non-title bout, losing by TKO in the 8th round due to cuts. On August 17, 1996, he won the WBC Continental Americas super featherweight regional title by knocking out Narciso Valenzuela in 3 rounds. Paez would then lose that title in his next match against Julian Wheeler but regained it by beating Wheeler in the rematch.
 
On August 7, 1997, he lost by a knockout in eight rounds to Angel Manfredy. After three victories, Paez lost via a devastating one-punch knockout in seven rounds to Augie Sanchez in May 1999. In his next bout in October 1999, Paez boxed future lightweight champion Jose Luis Castillo, losing by KO in the fifth round.
 
Paez continued to box over the next few years, winning a long string of bouts against a lower level of opposition.