Rafael Marquez 23 Career Boxing Fights On 11 DVDs With Menus
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Rafael Marquez vs Gastelum
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Rafael Marquez vs Johnson I
Rafael Marquez vs Johnson II
Rafael Marquez vs Otero
 
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Rafael Marquez vs Nishioka (HL)
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Rafael Marquez vs Austin
Rafael Marquez vs Pastrana
Rafael Marquez vs Frissina
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Rafael Marquez vs Ruiz
Rafael Marquez vs Pastrana II
Rafael Marquez vs Vargas
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Rafael Marquez vs Mabuza I
Rafael Marquez vs Mabuza II
 
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Rafael Marquez vs Vazquez I
Rafael Marquez vs Vazquez II
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Rafael Marquez vs Vazquez IV
Rafael Marquez vs Ochoa
Rafael Marquez vs Rivera
Rafael Marquez vs Garcia
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Rafael Marquez vs Vazquez III
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Rafael Marquez vs Lopez
 
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Rafael Marquez vs Esquivias
 
 
Rafael Marquez Menez (born March 25, 1975) is a Mexican former professional boxer. He won the IBF and IBO bantamweight titles, the WBC super bantamweight title, and challenged for the WBO featherweight title. His older brother Juan Manuel Marquez is also a multiple time world champion.
 
Professional career
Marquez began his professional boxing career with an eighth round knockout loss to former WBC Bantamweight champion Victor Rabanales.
 
He gained recognition by defeating two division world champion Mark Johnson (40-1-0) by a split decision. In a rematch Marquez knocked out Johnson in the eighth round in an IBF bantamweight title eliminator bout.
 
Bantamweight
On February 15, 2003, he came from behind to knock out Tim Austin (25-0-1) to claim the IBF Bantamweight title, in what was considered to be a big upset. Marquez went on to successfully defend his title seven times. His notable title defenses were two victories over former light flyweight champion Mauricio Pastrana, a decision win over Ricardo Vargas and two knockout victories over former as well as future IBO Bantamweight Champion Silence Mabuza, whom he defeated for the second time on August 5, 2006 in his final defense.
 
Super Bantamweight
Marquez moved up a weight division to challenge and defeat WBC Superbantamweight champion Israel Vazquez in seven rounds. However, in a rematch in July 2007, Marquez lost his title after being defeated by Vazquez in the sixth round when the referee stopped the fight. The rematch was named the 2007 fight of the year. In the rubber match of their trilogy, Rafael lost a split decision, with scores of 113-112 and 114-111 to Vazquez, with one judge seeing it 114-111 for Marquez. Marquez may not have lost this bout if not for a point deduction for a low blow in the tenth round. Marquez and promoter Gary Shaw claimed that this hit was on the belt line and should not have elicited any deductions. Marquez was able to knock Vazquez down for the first time in the trilogy in his third fight, but Vazquez in turn put Marquez down in the final seconds of the 12th round, securing the victory and giving Marquez his fifth defeat.
 
Marquez was ranked number three in The Ring magazine's pound-for-pound rankings, and ranked as the Ring Magazine's number one Bantamweight boxer. He later became the top ranked boxer in the Super Bantamweight division before his loss to Vazquez.
 
Featherweight
Marquez was inactive for over a year as he recuperated from the trilogy with Vazquez. On May 23, 2009, he returned to the ring by scoring a 3rd round TKO over Jose Francisco Mendoza (21-2-2) in the fetherweight division.
 
In the first week of May 2010, Marquez announced his 4th and final match with Israel Vasquez. After three epic battles, Vazquez and Marquez fought for a fourth time on May 22, 2010 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The bout was appropriately titled "Once and Four All" and carried live by Showtime. Marquez scored a third round TKO victory over Vazquez to even their series at two wins each. Afterwards, Marquez stated; "The fifth one could be a possibility if the fans vote for it. That is what I live for. Israel Vasquez is a great fighter."
 
In his next fight, he was scheduled to challenge undefeated WBO Featherweight champion Juan Manuel Lopez on September 18, 2010, however, the fight had to be postponed by several weeks when Marquez suffered a thumb injury which prevented him from training. Marquez would ultimately lose the bout by 8th round TKO after he was unable to continue due to a shoulder injury. After the fight, Marquez said that he had chosen to proceed with the bout despite a right shoulder injury suffered before the contest because he did not wish to cause a second delay. According to Marquez, he re-aggravated that injury in the third round during a flurry of punches. He also expressed his eagerness to face Lopez in a rematch.