Daniel Zaragoza

Daniel Zaragoza

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Daniel Zaragoza

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Daniel Zaragoza (born December 11, 1957 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico) was a Mexican professional boxer. Known as "The Mouse," Zaragoza a popular champion in the Super Bantamweight division throughout the 1980s and 1990s.

Amateur career

  • 1979 Represented Mexico as a bantamweight at the Pan-American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Results were:
    • Defeated Alfonso Abata (Ecuador)
    • Lost to Jackie Beard (United States) points
  • Represented Mexico as a bantamweight at the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games. Results were:

Professional career

In October of 1980, Zaragoza won his pro debut against Ernesto Gutierrez.

WBC Bantamweight Championship

In 1985 he captured the vacant WBC Bantamweight title with a disqualification victory over Freddie Jackson.

He lost his title in his first defense to Miguel "Happy" Lora. In his next bout, he suffered a loss to future hall of fame member Jeff Fenech.

WBC Super Bantamweight Championship

Zaragoza moved up in weight in his next bout and scored 7 consecutive wins before capturing the vacant WBC Super Bantamweight title with a knockout win over future hall of fame member Carlos Zarate.

He successfully defended his title four times, which included wins over future champion Valerio Nati, Paul Banke (16-3-0), Frankie Duarte (47-7-1), and former champion Chan-Yong Park. In 1990, he...
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