Edwin Rosario 22 Career Boxing Fights On 5 DVDs With Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Edwin Rosario vs Polanco
Edwin Rosario vs Charles
Edwin Rosario vs Viruet
Edwin Rosario vs Ramirez I
Edwin Rosario vs Davis
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Edwin Rosario vs Swift
Edwin Rosario vs Garza
Edwin Rosario vs Hiranaka
Edwin Rosario vs Robinson
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Edwin Rosario vs Ramirez II
Edwin Rosario vs Randall
Edwin Rosario vs Montoya
Edwin Rosario vs Camacho
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Edwin Rosario vs Bramble
Edwin Rosario vs Chavez
Edwin Rosario vs Cerna
Edwin Rosario vs Gandarilla
Edwin Rosario vs Minaya
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Edwin Rosario vs Gallardo
Edwin Rosario vs Benson
Edwin Rosario vs Jones
Edwin Rosario vs Nazario II
 
Edwin Rosario
Rosario defended the title against fellow Puerto Rican Juan Nazario with a kncokout in eight in Chicago. In his next defense, he was beaten by Julio Cesar Chavez in Las Vegas. By the eleventh round, Rosario's eye was almost completely shut, he was spitting blood from his mouth, and the fight was stopped by his corner.
 
Rosario was inactive for seven months then went 7-0 with 6 KO's in his next fights. After Chavez vacated the title in 1989, Rosario came back and won it again, beating Anthony Jones, a tough Kronk prospect for the championship.
 
Rosario joined a small group of men who had become world champions three times in the same division. This time however, he didn't hold the title for long. When he gave Nazario a 1990 rematch at Madison Square Garden, he was defeated on cuts in the 8th round.
 
Rosario moved up a weight class to the junior welterweight division, and defeated defending world champion Loreto Garza in three rounds in Sacramento's Arco Arena to become a world champion for the 4th time.
 
However, personal problems started to take their toll. In his first defense, against Japanese Akinobu Hiranaka in Mexico City on April 10, 1992, he lost by a 1st round TKO. He later lost a rematch to Frankie Randall, by technical knockout in seven rounds.
 
Later career and death
Rosario disappeared from the boxing scene. Years later he recieved media attention after being arrested for stealing beer from a supermarket. He vowed to stay clean snd went into a program to achieve this.
 
In 1997, he won two comeback fights, then won the Caribbean welterweight title by beating Roger Benito Flores of Nicaragua in Bayamon, Puerto Rico,in a twelve round decision. Once and HBO staple, Rosario was then fighting on small cards without any TV showings. He was ranked #10 among Oscar De La Hoya's challengers at the welterweight division after his win over Flores, making him an official world title challenger once again.
 
On December 1, 1997, Rosario visited the home of his ex-wife and four daughters, but he cut his visit short an hour later, saying he felt ill. After returning home where he lived with his parents, Rosario was later found dead in his bed by his father. He was found to have died of an aneurysm on December 1, 1997, with fluid accumulated in the lungs. Doctors said that his history of narcotics and alcohol abuse was a factor.