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       CARLOS ORTIZ 11 fights on 4 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Carlos Ortiz vs Rogers
Carlos Ortiz vs Chiocca
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Carlos Ortiz 11 Career Boxing Fights On 4 DVDs With Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 3
Carlos Ortiz vs Brown
Carlos Ortiz vs Laguna
Carlos Ortiz vs Bizzaro (HL)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Carlos Ortiz vs Busso
Carlos Ortiz vs Lane II
Carlos Ortiz vs Torres
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Carlos Ortiz vs Ramos
Carlos Ortiz vs Laguna III
Carlos Ortiz vs Buchanan
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Carlos Ortiz
Ortiz fought frequently in his first two years as a professional, his first blip coming against Lou Filippo. Dropped twice himself, he put Filippo down after the ninth round had ended. Initially Ortiz was disqualified but the result was later switched to a No Contest. They fought a rematch only a month later, with Ortiz stopping him on cuts. That proved to be Filippoís last bout. Carlos didnít suffer his first loss until 1958, to Johnny Busso, a result which he again reversed in a prompt rematch.
 
A knockout win in 14 rounds over another Hall of Famer, Gabriel Elorde, Flash in the Philippines followed, and then a rematch with Lane, this time Ortiz retaining his world Lightweight title with a 15 round decision in San Juan. But in 1965 he went to Panama and fought yet another member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, Ismael Laguna who defeated him in 15 rounds to claim Ortizís world Lightweight title. A rematch in San Juan followed, and Ortiz regained the world Lightweight title beating Laguna by a 15 round decision also.
1966 saw Ortiz draw with world Jr Welterweight champion Nicolino Locche in a ten round non-title affair in Argentina, and retain his title vs Johnny Bizarro (KO in 12 in Pittsburgh), Cuban sugar Ramos (another International Boxing Hall Of Fame Member, KO in 5 rounds in Mexico City) and Filipino Flash Elorde, also by KO in 14 at a New York rematch. The Ramos fight proved controversial, because the WBCís president proclaimed at first that the punch with which Ortiz had beaten Ramos with had been illegal, but he later reconsidered and gave Ortiz the title, and the knockout victory back, with the condition that a rematch be fought in the future.
 
And so 1967 came, and Ortiz and Ramos met once again, this time in San Juan. Ortiz retained the title by a knockout in 4 rounds and this time the bout went without any controversies. Then, he and Laguna fought a third time, and Ortiz retained his title by a 15 round decision in New York.
 
Later career
29 June 1968 proved to be Ortizís last day as a world champion, as he lost his world lightweight title to Dominican Carlos Cruz on a 15 round decision in the Dominican Republic. Ortiz kept on fighting, but he never got another chance at a world title. He retired after losing at Madison Square Garden by a knockout in 6 rounds to Ken Buchanan. It was the only time he was stopped in his career. His final record was of 61 wins, 7 losses and 1 draw with one bout declared a no-contest and 20 knockout wins.
 
Ortiz is also a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame and he always enjoys taking photos with his fans and signing autographs for them.