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           JOSE NAPOLES 10 fights on 3 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jose Napoles vs Toro
Jose Napoles vs Backus I
Jose Napoles vs Backus II
Jose Napoles vs Lewis I
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jose Napoles vs Lopez II
Jose Napoles vs Gray
Jose Napoles vs Monzon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jose Napoles vs Saldano
Jose Napoles vs Muniz I
Jose Napoles vs Stracey
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jose Napoles
After winning one more fight, Napoles and Backus fought again, for the world welterweight title now in Backusí hands. This time, it was held in Los Angeles, and Napoles recovered the world championship via an 8th round stoppage. After three non-title wins, including one over Jean Josselin, he faced Hedgemon Lewis on December 14, retaining the world title with a decision in 15 rounds, but Napolesí training habits were suffering; he was alleged to be coming into the gym stinking of alcohol with an attitude towards his seconds.
 
In 1972, he retained the title knocking out Ralph Charles in seven in England, and then, Pruitt resurfaced again, this time with the world Welterweight title on the line. Napoles retained his crown by knockout in round two.
 
World traveler Napoles began 1973 by retaining the title against Lopez again, by knockout in seven, then he visited Grenoble, France, where he retained the crown with a 15 round decision over Roger Menetrey, and Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he beat Clyde Gray, once again retaining the world title with a 15 round decision.
 
Middleweight
After this, many boxing fans were asking for a fight between Napoles and World Middleweight Champion Carlos Monzon. The fight was made possible when Napoles moved in weight to challenge Monzon for Monzonís title, so the two dueled on February 9, 1974 at a parking lot in Paris. This would be Napolesí only bout at Middleweight division, as he was defeated by quitting the match. Napoles then went back to the Welterweight division, and retained the title twice before the year ended, with a knockout in nine over Lewis, and with a knockout in three over Haracio Saldano.
 
In 1975, Napoles had two wins over Armando Muniz, both times to retain his world title. The first time, a technical decision win in 12 rounds at Acapulco was a controversial win, so a return match was fought in Los Angeles where Napoles prevailed by decision.
 
Retirement
On December 6 of that year, however, Napoles lost his title to British boxing teacher John H. Stracey, who won over Napoles by a technical knockout in round six at Mexico City despite being floored by Napoles in round one. After this fight, Napoles announced his retirement. Remarkably, he was able to stay away from the temptation of a comeback, much like Marvin Hagler.
 
Personal Life
Napoles was the son of Pedro Napoles, a schoolteacher, and his wife Rosa. He had a brother, Pedro Napoles Jr. had nine children. He resided in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico with his wife Bertha.