Joselito Velazquez is a Mexican boxer with a net worth of $300k. He has a record of 15 wins and 1 defeat in his professional Boxing career.
Joselito Velazquez Biography
Mexican boxer Joselito Velázquez Altamirano was born on September 30, 1993. He competed as an amateur and represented Mexico at the 2016 Olympics while winning gold medals at the Pan American Games in 2011 and 2015.
He is 5’4 feet tall. He is on Instagram as https://www.instagram.com/joselitovelazquez/?hl=en.
Velázquez was born in the Mexican city of Oaxaca, but his family’s financial circumstances forced them to move when he was just two years old. He afterwards relocated to Cancun, where he spent his formative years. His mother worked at a daycare centre, while his father worked as a baker and cab driver.
Through his older brother, who competed for the Quintana Roo state boxing team, Velázquez first became interested in boxing. After watching his brother participate in a national competition, he made the decision to take up the sport. Joselito was a teen soccer player as well. He played on the U-14 team for Cruz Azul. However, due to his frail build, he was unable to advance to a professional level.
|Real Name||Joselito Velázquez Altamirano|
|Date of Birth||September 30, 1993|
|Birthplace||Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico|
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In October 2016, Velázquez began his professional career. He is a Teiken Promotions client. Frank Espinoza is his manager, and Francisco Bonilla is his coach. In his fourth professional fight, Velázquez encountered some controversy when Erick Zamora was wrongly given a count after receiving a low blow from Velázquez. As Zamora writhed in agony on the floor, the referee pronounced the former Olympian the winner via KO.