Vinny Pazienza 25 Career Boxing Fights On 11 DVDs With  Menus
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            VINNY PAZIENZA 25 fights on 11 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Vinny Pazienza vs Marquez (AM)
Vinny Pazienza vs Damienko (AM)
Vinny Pazienza vs Haugen I
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VINNY PAZIENZA 25 fights on 11 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 11
Vinny Pazienza vs Davis
Vinny Pazienza vs Luca
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Vinny Pazienza vs Haugen II (HL)
Vinny Pazienza vs Mayweather (HL)
Vinny Pazienza vs Carolla
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Vinny Pazienza vs Burgese
Vinny Pazienza vs Camacho
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Vinny Pazienza vs Haugen III
Vinny Pazienza vs Garza
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Vinny Pazienza vs Amundsen
Vinny Pazienza vs Dele
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Vinny Pazienza vs Duran I
Vinny Pazienza vs Duran II
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Vinny Pazienza vs Jones Jr.
Vinny Pazienza vs Rosenblatt
Vinny Pazienza vs Graham
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Vinny Pazienza vs Brown
Vinny Pazienza vs Allen
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Vinny Pazienza vs White
Vinny Pazienza vs Kiwanuka
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Vinny Pazienza vs Cervantes
Vinny Pazienza vs Rosenblatt II
Vinny Paz, formerly Vinny Pazienza (born Vincenzo Edward Pazienza; December 16, 1962), is an American former boxer and world champion in the lightweight, light middleweight and super middleweight weight classes. He was also the United States Boxing Association's light middleweight champion. He boxed under the nickname of "The Pazmanian Devil". He was the son of Louise Pazienza (1927-2002).
Vinny Pazienza built a reputation around the East Coast putting together an impressive streak of wins over fighters such as Melvin Paul (KO 2), Joe Frazier Jr. (TKO 7), Harry Arroyo (UD 10), Nelson Bolanos (TKO 6) and Roberto Elizondo (KO in 10). His first World Title fight came on June 7, 1987 in Providence, RI, where he outpointed Greg Haugen over 15 rounds to become the IBF World Lightweight Champion. The pair would meet two more times, Haugen recovering the title in an immediate rematch, and Pazienza previling in a 10 round decision in their rubber match in 1990.
Pazienza failed in title tries in the Jr Welterweight division in 1988 against WBC World Champion Roger Mayweather, then on February 3, 1990 vs WBO Champion Hector "Macho" Camacho, and also in 1990 against WBA World Champion Loreto Garza. It was during this period of time Pazienza was having difficulty making weight for his fights. In fact after the Roger Mayweather fight, Pazienza collapsed in the dressing room after the fight. He was rushed to an Emergency Room in Las Vegas and nearly died from severe dehydration. After the loss to Garza, Pazienza decided it was time to move up to a more natural weight class. It has been said that his then Manager Lou Duva did not want Pazienza to move up in weight due to the Duva's having Champions in other weight classes.
In 1991 Pazienza made the move to the Jr Middleweight division and in his first fight at this weight class won the USBA Championship against Ron Amundson in an impressive 12 Round decision. Pazienza looked faster, healthier and stronger. He then received a shot at the WBA World Title and was successful in defeating the then undefeated WBA World Jr. Middleweight champion Gilbert Dele with a 12th round TKO win in Providence, RI. With this world title win, Pazienza became the second fighter in boxing history to win both the lightweight and junior middleweight world championships. Pazienza was considered the underdog going into the fight but delivered what many believe was the finest performance of his career.
Shortly after winning the junior middleweight world title, Pazienza was forced to relinquish the title due to a serious car accident in which his neck was broken. Doctors informed him he might never walk again and would certainly never fight again. Pazienza had to wear a medical device called a Halo, a circular metal brace screwed into the skull in four spots and propped up with four metal rods. Pazienza had the Halo screwed to his skull for 3 months, during which time he maintained a workout regime, disobeying the doctors' orders. Pazienza returned to the ring thirteen months after the accident and beat future WBC World Jr. Midlweight Champion Luis Santana via a 10 round decision. It is considered the greatest comeback in boxing history. The rights to this story were sold to Verdi Corrente Productions and have been turned into a feature film dubbed Bleed for This. American actor Miles Teller portrays Paz.
After the Santana fight, Pazienza then went on to defeat Brett Lally by a 6th round TKO and then, in another TKO, beat the former world champion Lloyd Honeyghan in the 10th round. Pazienza went on to win the vacant IBO middlewight World Title in 1993 with an 11th round KO over Dan Sherry.
Pazienza also went on to beat Roberto Duran twice, both via decision, with the IBC Super Middleweight title on the line both times. In June 1995, Roy Jones Jr. vs Vinny Pazienza, a fight billed as The Devil and Mr. Jones, resulted in a loss in the world title bid against IBF World Super Middleweight Champion Roy Jones Jr. In 1996, Pazienza inflicted then prospect Dana Rosenblatt's only loss (a knockout in 4 rounds) to win the vacant WBU Super Middleweight World Championship.