Luis Alberto Pérez

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This article is about the Nicaraguan boxer. For the Cuban Olympian, see Luis Alberto Pérez-Rionda.

Luís Alberto Pérez (born April 6, 1978 in Managua, Nicaragua) is a lifelong resident of Managua, Nicaragua, where he was born. Luis is a southpaw professional boxer in the super bantamweight (122 lb) division. His record is 25-2 (16 KOs). He is a former IBF world super flyweight and bantamweight champion. His manager, also born & raised in Managua, Nicaragua, is Mario García. His co-manager is Kendrick Garcia Dirkzwager. Perez is currently attempting three titles in three different divisions, like his fellowman, Alexis Arguello once did.

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Preceded by
Felix Machado
IBF Super Flyweight Champion
4 Jan 2003–3 Nov 2006
Stripped, failed to make weight for Vargas fight
Succeeded by
Dimitri Kirilov
filled vacancy
Preceded by
Rafael Márquez
vacated
IBF Bantamweight Champion
7 Jul 2007–29 Sept 2007
Succeeded by
Joseph "KingKong" Agbeko