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|Real name||Mauricio Aceves|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (185 cm)|
|Reach||75 in (191 cm)|
December 18, 1960 |
Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
|Wins by KO||20|
WBO Lightweight Championship
He almost lost his championship in his first defense, when his opponent Bejines had won every round before being knocked out with a single short left hook by Mauricio. He had to survive cuts over both eyes.
|WBO Lightweight Champion
6 May 1989– 22 September 1990
- List of Mexican boxing world champions
- List of WBO world champions
- List of lightweight boxing champions
- Mauricio Aceves Profile, Boxrec.com.
- McKibben, Dave (July 21, 1995). Former Champion Aceves Will Face Mosley Tonight, Los Angeles Times.
- McKibben, Dave (July 22, 1995).BOXING AT THE POND : Mosely Looks Sharp Against Aging Foe, Los Angeles Times.
- Kresal, Steve (May 7, 1989). Boxing at Santa Ana Stadium : Leon and Aceves Win WBO Titles in Contrasting Style, Los Angeles Times.
- (August 31, 1989). Aceves Comes Back to Stop Bejines in 10th, Los Angeles Times.
- Baker, Chris (April 12, 1994). Paez Defeats Aceves by a Unanimous Decision, Los Angeles Times.
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