Alexis Arguello Net Worth

Alexis Arguello Net Worth is
$7 Million

Alexis Arguello Bio/Wiki, Net Worth

Alexis Argüello (April 19, 1952 – July 1, 2009), also known by the stage name El Flaco Explosivo (lit. "The Explosive Thin Man"), was a Nicaraguan professional boxer and politician. As a boxer he was a three-time world champion, and has regularly been cited as one of the greatest fighters of his era, having never lost any of his world titles in the ring, instead relinquishing them each time in pursuit of titles in higher weight classes. His trainer was Lupe Sanchez. After his retirement from boxing, Argüello became active in Nicaraguan politics and in November 2008 he was elected mayor of Managua, the nation's capital city. He died on July 1, 2009.Arguello is ranked 20th on Ring magazine's list of 100 greatest punchers of all-time and was voted by the Associated Press in 1999 as the #1 junior lightweight of the 20th century.

Full NameAlexis Argüello
Date Of BirthApril 19, 1952, Managua, Nicaragua
DiedJuly 1, 2009, Managua, Nicaragua
Place Of BirthManagua, Nicaragua
Height5' 10" (1.78 m)
Weight64 kg
SpouseSulvia Urbina (m. 1969), Loretta Martinez (m. ?–2009), Patricia Barreto
ChildrenAlexis Arguello Jr
ParentsZoila Rosa Bohórquez, Guillermo Argüello Bonilla
MoviesMoving Target
Star SignAries
1I'd take precision any day over power; as far as being tactical you know you have to see what's going on in there and also understand that for every punch that you or your opponent throws there's always a counter shot or two which you have to be ready to fire or defend.
2I don't think people really understand that this [boxing] is a real sport; it's just you and the other person one on one.
1Was elected mayor of Managua, Nicaragua in November 2008.
2Elected Mayor of Managua, Nicaragua in 2008.
3Elected Vice-Mayor of Managua, Nicaragua in October of 2004 for the FSLN Sandinista Party
4Inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame, 1991.
5Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, 1992.
6World Boxing Council Lightweight champion, 1981-1983.
7World Boxing Council super featherweight champion, 1978-1980.
8World Boxing Association featherweight champion, 1974-1977.


Fists of Steel1991Alex
Cat Chaser1989Pepe Mendoza
Moving Target1988Chico Castillo
Miami Vice1985TV SeriesPepe Moya


Legendary Nights2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Aaron Pryor vs. Alexis Arguello1983TV MovieHimself

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HBO Boxing After Dark2011TV SeriesHimself
ESPN Friday Night Fights2010TV SeriesHimself
Cornered: A Life Caught in the Ring2008DocumentaryHimself
Triumph and Tragedy: The Ray Mancini Story2007TV Movie documentaryHimself

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