Guillermo Rigondeaux Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & More
Bio Real NameGuillermo Rigondeaux Ortiz NicknameRigo El Chacal ProfessionCuban Professional Boxer Physical Stats & More Heightin centimeters- 163 cm in meters- 1.63 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 4” Weightin Kilograms- 64 kg in Pounds- 141 lbs Body Measurements- Chest: 41 Inches - Waist: 29 Inches - Biceps: 14 Inches Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Boxing Professional Debut2009 Coach/MentorNot Known Records (main ones)• He is current holder of WBA (Super) and lineal super bantamweight Championship. • He is number one super bantamweight by The Ring and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB). • He is Fifth and tenth best Boxer in the world by The Ring and BoxRec respectively. • In 2000 and 2004 summer Olympics, he won consecutive gold medals in the bantamweight division. • Guillermo Rigondeaux is also a seven-time Cuban national champion at bantamweight (2000–06) and finished his amateur career with a record of nearly 475 fights with 12 losses. Career Turning PointWhen he won the Gold Medal in the bantamweight division in 2000 Sydney Olympic. Personal Life Date of BirthSeptember 30, 1980 Age (as in 2016)36 Years Birth PlaceSantiago de Cuba, Cuba Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra NationalityCuban HometownSantiago de Cuba, Cuba SchoolNot Known CollegeNot Known Educational QualificationsNot Known FamilyFather- Not Known Sister- Not Known Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known ReligionChristianity Girls, Family & More Marital StatusNot Known Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known WifeN/A ChildrenNot Known Money Factors and Cars collection Net Worth$1 million
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Guillermo Rigondeaux is widely considered to be one of the greatest amateur boxers of all time.
Boxing trainer Freddie Roach has praised Rigondeaux a lot, as being: “Probably the greatest talent I’ve ever seen”. Rigondeaux is known for his hand speed, counterpunching and elusiveness, and has proved an exceptional difficult fighter to hit.
American Filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler published a biography of Rigondeaux entitled A Cuban Boxer’s Journey: From Castro’s Traitor to American Champion, published by Picador USA.
In July 2007, Rigondeaux and teammate Erislandy Lara failed to appear for their scheduled fights at the Pan American Games in Brazil.