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It Was A Heck Of A Day For Hector....

08.01.05 - By Jim Amato: Former multiple world champion Hector Camacho Sr. age 42 has been arrested in connection of the theft of computer equipment in Gulfport. When police went to Camacho's hotel room in Biloxi, Miss. they found an amount of the drug Ecstasy. Camacho was taken into custody..

The one time "Macho Man" was still an active fighter. His last fight was in March of 2004. In his prime he has lost only to the best boxers of his generation. His first loss was to rugged Greg Haugen. He was then defeated by Julio Cesar Chavez, Felix Trinidad and Oscar De La Hoya. Along the way he has defeated Sugar Ray Leonard, Vinny Pazienza and Roberto Duran on two occasions.

Hector also holds victories over Edwin Rosario, Howard Davis Jr., Boza Edwards, Freddie Roach, Rafael Limon, Jose Luis Rameriz and Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini. We are talking about possible Hall Of Fame credentials here.

Hector lost on a seventh round technical decision to Chris Walsh in April of 2003. His overall record is 78-5-2 with 38 KO's. He has never been stopped.

Article posted on 08.01.2005



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