Pascual Nicolás Pérez (May 4, 1926 – January 22, 1977) was an Argentine flyweight boxer. Pérez was born in Tupungato in the Mendoza Province of Argentina, he went on to make history by becoming Argentina's first world boxing champion. Pérez usually did poor at the ticket gates in Argentina after he became world champion, forcing him to defend his world title on the road many times and to become known as a world-traveling champion.

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  • Pascual Pérez est un boxeur argentin né le 4 mai 1926 à Tupungato et mort le 22 janvier 1977.
  • Pascual Pérez war ein argentinischer Boxer im Fliegengewicht.
  • Fu un pugile argentino, considerato insieme a Carlos Monzón e Nicolino Locche il migliore pugile di ogni tempo del Paese sudamericano. Tra i dilettanti fu campione olimpico dei pesi mosca alle Olimpiadi di Londra del 1948. Tra le file dei professionisti, fu campione del mondo dei pesi mosca dal 1954 al 1960. Difese vittoriosamente il titolo per 9 volte. La International Boxing Hall of Fame lo ha riconosciuto fra i più grandi pugili di ogni tempo.
  • Pascual Nicolás Pérez (May 4, 1926 – January 22, 1977) was an Argentine flyweight boxer. Pérez was born in Tupungato in the Mendoza Province of Argentina, he went on to make history by becoming Argentina's first world boxing champion. Pérez usually did poor at the ticket gates in Argentina after he became world champion, forcing him to defend his world title on the road many times and to become known as a world-traveling champion. His first international success was a gold medal at the 1948 Summer Olympics in United Kingdom. On December 5, 1952, Pérez beat José Ciorino by knockout in round four at the small Argentine city of Gerly, to begin his professional boxing career. After winning his first six fights by knockout, he challenged Marcelo Quiroga, November 11 of 1953, for the Argentine Flyweight title, winning the fight by a fourth round knockout at Buenos Aires. Pérez's knockout streak reached 18 knockouts in a row, and it lasted until he met Juan Bishop, on April 22, 1954, winning by a ten round decision. On July 24 of that year, and with a record of 23 wins, no losses, with 22 wins by knockout, Pérez met Yoshio Shirai, who, coincidentally, had been Japan's first world champion in history, in a non-title fight held at Buenos Aires. The fight was declared a draw (tie) by the judges after ten rounds, and a rematch was set, this time with the world Flyweight title at stake. On November 26 of '54, Pérez fought what was both his first fight abroad outside the Olympics, and his first world title fight. He made history by beating Shirai by a fifteen round decision, becoming Argentina's first world champion boxer, in Tokyo. Over the course of Pérez's next thirty fights, he would defend his title only nine times, lose for the first time, and fight in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Curaçao, Japan, Paraguay, the Philippines, Thailand, Uruguay and Venezuela. Many of his fights would have been title fights, but some of his opponents were not able to make the Flyweight division's 112 pound weight limit, so Pérez often had to settle for non-title wins instead. He lost his undefeated record to Japan's Sadao Yaoita on January 16 of 1959, by a ten round decision in Tokyo. Among the fighters he defeated to retain his world title were Dai Dower (by a first round knockout), Dommy Ursua (by a fifteen round decision) and Yaoita in a rematch, by a thirteenth round knockout. Pérez would lose his title to another first time world champion, Thailand's Pone Kingpetch, who made history for his country by beating Pérez by a fifteen round decision at Bangkok on April 16, 1960. A rematch between Pérez and Kingpetch was fought on September 22 of the same year, at Los Angeles, but Pérez's first fight in the United States was also his first knockout defeat, as he was beaten in eight rounds by Kingpetch. Pérez won his next twenty-eight bouts, mostly against nondescript opposition but he did score a pair of victories over the once-promising but by then fading Uruguayan Waldemiro Torres. Then, after dropping a split decision to Filipino veteran Leo Zulueta and outpointing Panamanian journeyman Manuel Moreno in his next two bouts, he faced perennial world title contender Bernardo Caraballo in Colombia on July 23, 1963. Pérez lost by a ten round decision. He finished his career with fights in Ecuador, Mexico and Panama, going 1-2 including losing by third round knockout to future world flyweight champion Efren Torres in his fight on Mexican soil. Pérez had a record of 84 wins, 7 losses and 1 draw, with 58 knockouts, number which places him in the exclusive group of boxers to have won 50 or more fights by knockout. He has been inducted into both the International Boxing Hall of Fame and the World Boxing Hall of Fame. On his death in 1977, Pascual Pérez was interred in the La Chacarita Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Pascual Pérez fue un destacado boxeador argentino de peso mosca. Ganador de la medalla de oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres 1948 y campeón mundial (1954-1960), único argentino en alcanzar ambos logros. Como amateur peleó 125 combates. Se hizo profesional en 1952, librando 92 combates (84 victorias, 7 derrotas y 1 empate), en los cuales ganó 57 peleas por nocaut, récord que lo ubica en un selecto grupo de boxeadores que han obtenido más de 50 nocauts. Realizó nueve defensas exitosas del título mundial. En total obtuvo 18 títulos. Está considerado como uno de los tres más grandes boxeadores de la historia del peso mosca, junto a Miguel Canto y Jimmy Wilde. Con Carlos Monzón, está considerado como el mejor boxeador de la historia del boxeo argentino. Ha sido incluido en el Salón Internacional de la Fama del Boxeo. En 2004, la Confederación Sudamericana de Boxeo lo declaró de oficio campeón sudamericano.
  • パスカル・ニコラス・ペレス(Pascual Nicolás Perez、男性、1926年3月4日 - 1977年1月22日)は、アルゼンチン・メンドーサ州出身の元プロボクサー。 身長149㎝とフライ級でも小柄ながら、傑出した強打と身体能力、更に無尽蔵のスタミナを活かしたスピードとフットワークで世界フライ級王座を9度防衛した。全盛期の強さは圧倒的で、現在においてもフライ級史上最強に推す専門家も多い。国民的英雄でアルゼンチンの大統領経験者フアン・ペロンからも可愛がられた。
  • Pascual Nicolás Pérez – argentyński bokser, złoty medalista letnich igrzysk olimpijskich w 1948 w Londynie w kategorii muszej. W 1995 roku został wprowadzony do Międzynarodowej Galerii Sław Boksu.
  • Паскуаль Никола́с Перес — аргентинский боксёр-профессионал, выступавший в наилегчайшей (Flyweight) весовой категории. Чемпион мира по версии ВБА (WBA). Чемпион Летних Олимпийских игр 1948 года. Наилучшая позиция в мировом рейтинге: ??-й.
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  • Pascual Pérez est un boxeur argentin né le 4 mai 1926 à Tupungato et mort le 22 janvier 1977.
  • Pascual Pérez war ein argentinischer Boxer im Fliegengewicht.
  • Fu un pugile argentino, considerato insieme a Carlos Monzón e Nicolino Locche il migliore pugile di ogni tempo del Paese sudamericano. Tra i dilettanti fu campione olimpico dei pesi mosca alle Olimpiadi di Londra del 1948. Tra le file dei professionisti, fu campione del mondo dei pesi mosca dal 1954 al 1960. Difese vittoriosamente il titolo per 9 volte. La International Boxing Hall of Fame lo ha riconosciuto fra i più grandi pugili di ogni tempo.
  • Pascual Nicolás Pérez (May 4, 1926 – January 22, 1977) was an Argentine flyweight boxer. Pérez was born in Tupungato in the Mendoza Province of Argentina, he went on to make history by becoming Argentina's first world boxing champion. Pérez usually did poor at the ticket gates in Argentina after he became world champion, forcing him to defend his world title on the road many times and to become known as a world-traveling champion.
  • Pascual Pérez fue un destacado boxeador argentino de peso mosca. Ganador de la medalla de oro en los Juegos Olímpicos de Londres 1948 y campeón mundial (1954-1960), único argentino en alcanzar ambos logros. Como amateur peleó 125 combates. Se hizo profesional en 1952, librando 92 combates (84 victorias, 7 derrotas y 1 empate), en los cuales ganó 57 peleas por nocaut, récord que lo ubica en un selecto grupo de boxeadores que han obtenido más de 50 nocauts.
  • パスカル・ニコラス・ペレス(Pascual Nicolás Perez、男性、1926年3月4日 - 1977年1月22日)は、アルゼンチン・メンドーサ州出身の元プロボクサー。 身長149㎝とフライ級でも小柄ながら、傑出した強打と身体能力、更に無尽蔵のスタミナを活かしたスピードとフットワークで世界フライ級王座を9度防衛した。全盛期の強さは圧倒的で、現在においてもフライ級史上最強に推す専門家も多い。国民的英雄でアルゼンチンの大統領経験者フアン・ペロンからも可愛がられた。
  • Pascual Nicolás Pérez – argentyński bokser, złoty medalista letnich igrzysk olimpijskich w 1948 w Londynie w kategorii muszej. W 1995 roku został wprowadzony do Międzynarodowej Galerii Sław Boksu.
  • Паскуаль Никола́с Перес — аргентинский боксёр-профессионал, выступавший в наилегчайшей (Flyweight) весовой категории. Чемпион мира по версии ВБА (WBA). Чемпион Летних Олимпийских игр 1948 года. Наилучшая позиция в мировом рейтинге: ??-й.
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