Alfonso Zamora

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Alfonso Zamora Quiroz (born 9 February 1954 in Mexico City, Mexican Federal District, Mexico) is a former Mexican boxer who fought from 1973 to 1980. Zamora was the silver medalist at the 1972 Munich Olympics. He enjoyed a meteoric rise in his professional career. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alfonso Zamora has received more than 33,472 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Alfonso Zamora is the 113th most popular boxer, the 275th most popular biography from Mexico and the 3rd most popular Mexican Boxer.

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Among boxers, Alfonso Zamora ranks 113 out of 324Before him are Amado Azar, Juan Manuel Márquez, Héctor Camacho, Boris Lagutin, Tyson Fury, and Kim Duk-koo. After him are Vasyl Lomachenko, David Carstens, Sam Langford, Deontay Wilder, Edwin Valero, and Francesco Damiani.

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Among people born in 1954, Alfonso Zamora ranks 357Before him are Kiki Smith, Laima Vaikule, Gerónimo Barbadillo, Rick Warren, George Lynch, and Guy Gavriel Kay. After him are Neal Schon, Shigeharu Ueki, Jeffrey Combs, Bachendri Pal, Idrissa Ouédraogo, and Tina Knowles.

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In Mexico

Among people born in Mexico, Alfonso Zamora ranks 275 out of 487Before him are Jaime Camil (1973), Carlos Vela (1989), Jared Borgetti (1973), Luis Pérez (1908), Raúl Jiménez (1991), and Rodolfo Neri Vela (1952). After him are Enriqueta Basilio (1948), Joaquín Capilla (1928), Anahí (1983), Ofelia Medina (1950), Jorge Salinas (1968), and Gloria Trevi (1968).

Among BOXERS In Mexico

Among boxers born in Mexico, Alfonso Zamora ranks 3Before him are Julio César Chávez (1962) and Juan Manuel Márquez (1973). After him are Érik Morales (1976), Canelo Álvarez (1990), and Óscar Valdez (1990).