Rafael Marquez 23 Career Boxing Fights On 11 DVDs With Menus
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          RAFAEL MARQUEZ 23 fights on 11 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Rafael Marquez vs Gastelum
Rafael Marquez vs Almena
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RAFAEL MARQUEZ 23 fights on 11 boxing DVDS
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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 won world titles at bantamweight and junior featherweight in the early to mid-2000s, but he is best remembered for his four-fight series with Israel Vazquez.
Marquez was born in Mexico City in March 1975. He was introduced to boxing as a six-year-old, along with elder brother and future four-weight world champion Juan Manuel.
"My dad taught me, he took me to train in the Deportiva in Iztapalapa," Marquez told RingTV.com.
Both brothers also learned from legendary coach Arturo "Cuyo" Hernandez, who managed and trained 12 world champions including Alexis Arguello, Ruben Olivares and Carlos Zarate. Hernandez was posthumously inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2013.
Marquez recalls, "When I arrived from  primary school at 3:00 p.m., he made us practice the jab for one week or two, so we perfected it. It didn't matter if it took us one month, he taught us all the punches this way.
Eager to enter the paid ranks, Marquez turned professional at 20 years old. Incredibly he would take on former WBC 118-pound titlist Victor Rabanales in his debut assuming, incorrectly, that the bout was an exhibition. The grizzled veteran stopped Marquez in eight rounds.
Marquez rebounded by rattling off 12 consecutive wins, 11 of which came by knockout. He quickly built a reputation as a skilled, heavy-handed fighter who could be hurt himself. It was a habit which would make him one of the most exciting fighters of his era.
After losing to Genaro Garcia in the fall of 2000, Marquez got himself back in the win column before facing former champion Mark Johnson. He made the most of the opportunity, edging the American by split decision. With a huge victory under his belt, Marquez had finally emerged from the shadow of his older brother.
Four months later Marquez left no room for doubt when he stopped Johnson in the eighth round of their rematch.
In February 2002, Marquez met yet another talented American. Tim Austin was a long reigning IBF bantamweight titleholder who would be making the 11th defense of his title against the hot young Mexican contender. Entering the eight round, Austin was slightly ahead of the cards but Marquez closed the show to win his first world championship.
He believes this a career-best win that will live long in the memory.
"(Austin) was a southpaw, he won an Olympic medal, he was undefeated back then and he was knocking out all his opponent," Marquez explained. "When I received the offer to fight him I was recently married, so I asked (trainer/manager) Nacho Beristain for money to get a house. The very same day I asked him for money, he called me to offer me the fight with Tim. Maybe he wanted to be sure I was going to pay him (laughs). I even took him out of the ring. Round 8 was amazing."