Miguel Hernandez (boxer)
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Known as "Macho", Miguel began his professional career in 2003. When he stepped up in competition, he lost both fights: to Raúl Márquez and to Luis Ramon Campas in 2006. He won two titles, the WBC USNBC title and the Illinois state title. He is currently[when?] beginning his career as a boxing trainer.
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