Isidro Pérez (May 24, 1964 in Guerrero, Mexico - January 9, 2013) was a Mexican boxer in the Lightweight division. Pérez is a former two-time WBO Flyweight Champion.
1 Professional career
1.1 WBC Light Flyweight Championship,
1.2 WBO Flyweight Championship,
3 See also,
5 External links,
In May 1986, Isidro won the Mexican National Light Flyweight Championship by beating veteran Jorge Cano.
WBC Light Flyweight Championship:
In his first World Championship attempt he lost a very disputed twelve-round decision to Jung-Koo Chang in Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon, South Korea.
WBO Flyweight Championship:
On September 26, 1981 Pérez won the WBO Flyweight Championship by upsetting Puerto Rico's Angel Rosario with a twelfth round T.K.O. in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Isidro Pérez was reported to have died in Mexico in January 2013, he was reported missing earlier. Perez's friends and family have not heard from him in months previous to reporting him missing and he has not cashed a pension check since September 2012. Date of death was not reported.
Preceded by, Elvis Álvarez
WBO Flyweight Champion,
18 August 1990- 18 March 1992
Succeeded by, Pat Clinton
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