Lupe Pintor 14 Career Boxing Fights On 6 DVDs With  Menus
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Lupe Pintor vs Rosa
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Fights Boxing DVD 6
Lupe Pintor vs Meza
Lupe Pintor vs Payakaroon
Lupe Pintor: The Long Journey documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Lupe Pintor vs Sandoval
Lupe Pintor vs Murata
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Lupe Pintor vs Owen
Lupe Pintor vs Davila II
Lupe Pintor vs Rengifo
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Lupe Pintor vs Teru
Lupe Pintor vs Lee
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Lupe Pintor vs Lujan
Lupe Pintor vs Gomez
Lupe Pintor
Soon after the Lee fight, Pintor vacated his world title and started eyeing the WBC Super Bantamweight crown worn by the great Wilfredo Gomez. Stepping up, he immediately beat former WBA World Bantamweight Champion Jorge Lujan and then, on December 3 of that year, he and Gomez met as part of the Carnival of Champions in New Orleans. Showcased on HBO, this duel was subsequently dubbed the division’s ‘Fight of The Decade’ by The Ring magazine. But it did not go Pintor’s way. Gomez recorded a fourteenth round knockout and relinquished his own title five months later.
 
Pintor was inactive throughout 1983. He returned to the ring a year and a half later as a fully fledged Super Bantamweight defeating Ruben Solorio on February 16, 1984 and busied himself thereafter trying to get another shot at the world title. His Perseverance paid off when he was pitted against Juan ‘Kid’ Meza, the WBC’s Super Bantamweight Champion on August 18, 1985. Pintor floored the defending champion three times on the way to collecting a unanimous decision and celebrated his new status as a double world title holder.
 
His first defense of this new crown did not go to plan. Traveling to Bangkok to meet Samart Payakaroon, Pintor exceeded the division weight limit and was subsequently stripped of his title at the scales. Payakaroon could still become champion if he defeated Pintor but if Pintor won the title would be declared vacant. Payaaroon pounded Pintor to defeat in five rounds and the ex-champion hung up his gloves for the next eight years.
 
Pintor made a comeback of sorts in 1994, but at the comparatively advanced age of thirty-eight, he was long past his best. Winning just twice in seven contests through over the next eighteen months, he was finally convinced that it was time to retire.
 
Honors
Pintor was named The Ring magazine Comeback of the Year fighter for 1985.
 
After boxing
Unlike many great champions, Pintor has managed his money well and opened a boxing school in Mexico City. In 2002, he was invited to Merthyr Tydfil by Johnny Owen’s family to help unveil a bronze statue commemorating the boxer’s life and career.
 
In 2008, Pintor reunited with Carlos Zarate and joined Juan Laporte as the three former victims of Wilfredo Gomez showed up a party dedicated to Gomez for his fiftieth birthday, in Puerto Rico.
 
Pintor, along with Hector Camacho and Hilario Zapata and several non-boxers was voted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in December 2015 and was inducted in June 2016.