Tony Lopez 18 Career Boxing Fights On 8 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                    TONY LOPEZ 18 fights on 8 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Tony Lopez vs De La Rosa
Tony Lopez vs Almaguer
Tony Lopez vs Lockridge I
Tony Lopez vs Molina I
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TONY LOPEZ 18 fights on 8 boxing DVDS
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Tony "The Tiger" Lopez (born February 24, 1963) is a former professional boxer from Sacramento, California. He was a 3 Time World Boxing Champion. He is remembered for his victory in the 1988 The Ring Fight Of The Year by decision over Rocky Lockridge. He fought against Julio Cesar Chavez in 1994 in Monterrey. He lost by TKO. He also fought the pound for pound best brawler ever Tommy Cordova. Tony Lopez is now retired from boxing and runs a bail bond agency in Sacramento.
- Nationality: US American
- Stance: Orthodox
- Height: 5 ft 7 in
- Reach: 72 in
- Career Record: Won 50 (KOs 34) Lost 8 Drawn 1
- IBF Super Featherweight Champion July 23, 1988 - October 7, 1989.
- IBF Super Featherweight Champion May 20, 1990 - September 13, 1991.
- WBA Lightweight Champion October 24, 1992 - June 26, 1993.
- NABO Light Welterweight Champion September 26, 1998 - February 20, 1999.
- The Ring Fight Of The Year 1988 (W12 Rocky Lockridge)
- The Ring Magazine Comeback Of The Year 1990
During his 16 year career, Lopez faced the gauntlet at 130-135 pounds, squaring off with the likes of Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., Joey Gamache, John John Molina, Jorge Paez, Brian Mitchell, Greg Haugen and Freddie Pendleton.
Lopez retired in 1999 with a record of 50-8-1 (34 knockouts) and a record of 9-4-1 in world title fights. Of Lopez's 59 pro bouts, none is more memorable than his first bout with Rocky Lockridge. Fought in front of a hometown crowd in Sacramento, Lopez administered the boxing lesson of his life for the first seven rounds. Then, as a Lockridge right slammed into the side of his face sending him crashing to the canvas, it became a fight for survival for Lopez.
Lopez went on to survive and win his first world title. The bout was named The Ring magazine's Fight of the Year for 1988.
I had a really good, interesting career. I'm not mad at it, I had a lot of fun," said Lopez. "What am I going to complain about?"
Today, Lopez owns and operates Tony The Tiger Bail Bonds, "serving the Northern California community for over ten years with world class service," per his company's website.
Instead of stalking opponents in the ring, he's bailing arrested individuals out of jail, and, if they skip bail, stalking those individuals as a bounty hunter.
"If you ever get in trouble anywhere in the nation, give me a call, I'll come bail you out," Lopez tells this writer, half-jokingly. "Just don't go to a 'no-bail' state like Maine or Oregon, because then you're screwed."
Best Overall: "Rocky Lockridge - It took every bit out of me. It took me 30 days to recoup from the first fight. The second one (won by Lopez in 1989) wasn't easy, but it was a lot less intense. Physically, that was probably the toughest fight I had in my life."
Best Boxer: "John John Molina - He made me think too much. Boxing is a sport where you have to be on your A game. It ain't a Neanderthal fight where two guys go and slug it out, there's a lot that goes into it. When I got the fight with Molina, Molina made me think, he was methodical about what he did. He was fast, he was crisp, he moved side to side, you didn't know which hand he was coming from. He always kept your mind busy, which gave me problems obviously."
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Tony Lopez vs Murray
Tony Lopez vs Caballero
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Tony Lopez vs Lockridge II
Tony Lopez vs Jackson
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Tony Lopez vs Molina II
Tony Lopez vs Molina III
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Tony Lopez vs Paez
Tony Lopez vs Mitchell I
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Tony Lopez vs Guiterrez
Tony Lopez vs Mitchell II
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Tony Lopez vs Haugen
Tony Lopez vs Chavez
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Tony Lopez vs Gamache
Tony Lopez vs Thobela