Pascual Pérez (boxer) Birthday, Date of Birth

Pascual Pérez (boxer)

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.

He and Delfo Cabrera were the only two Argentinians to be an Olympic gold medalists in the London Olympics of 1948. Perez reigned as World Champion from 1954 to 1960. As an amateur he fought 125 bouts. Turning professional in 1952, he fought 92 fights (84 wins, 7 losses and 1 draw), in which he won 57 fights by knockout, a record that places him in an elite group of boxers who have won more than 50 fights by knockouts. He defended his title against nine contenders in a span of six years. He is considered one of the three greatest flyweight boxers in history alongside Miguel Canto and Jimmy Wilde. Along with Carlos Monzon, he is considered one of the best fighters ever to box. He has been inducted in the International Boxing Hall of Fame. In 2004, the American Boxing Confederation posthumously declared him the South American champion.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, May 4, 1926
Place of Birth
Rodeo del Medio
Age
95
Star Sign

The May 4, 1926 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 123 day of the year. President of the United States was Calvin Coolidge.

If you were born on this day, you are 95 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 34,701 days, or about 832,846 hours, or about 49,970,796 minutes, or about seconds.

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4th of May 1926 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on May 4, 1926

New York Charters.

Date: 05 May 1926

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Three New National Banks.

Date: 05 May 1926

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Quarterly report

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NEW EXPORT RULE IN FORCE.; Triplicate Declarations Must Be Used on Mexican Shipments.

Date: 05 May 1926

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Shippers must furnish export declaration in triplicate

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Japanese Plan New Liners.

Date: 05 May 1926

Nippon Yusen Kaisha plans construction of 3 large transpacific liners

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INLAND STEEL CEREMONY.; Fires New Blast Furnace Costing $1,500,000 at Indiana Harbor.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

New blast furnace at Indiana Harbor fired

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COUNSEL FEES ARE DENIED.; Court Refuses $15,000 in New Jersey Refrigerating Litigation.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Court denies counsel fees asked by lawyers for litigants in dissolution suit

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NAMES 13 VICE CONSULS.; Secretary Kellogg Announces New Men for Foreign Service.

Date: 04 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Apptment of 13 Vice Consuls

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TO GRANT BUS FRANCHISES.; New Rochelle Council Expects to Favor Two Times Square Lines.

Date: 05 May 1926

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FASCISTI CREATE NEW CABINET POST; Ministry to Control Labor and Employers' Groups in Extensive Program. CURRENCY IS CENTRALIZED Bank of Italy to Have Full Power Over Money Issues -- Mussolini May Hold New Portfolio.

Date: 04 May 1926

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Cabinet approves order for withdrawal of right of banks of Naples and Sicily to issue banknotes; sole right reserved for Bank of Italy

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Drop New Haven Sabotage Case.

Date: 05 May 1926

Charge of sabotage against E Schleifer, in connection with strike of 1922, nolled in Conn Superior Court

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New York Charters.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Three New National Banks.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Quarterly report

Full Article

NEW EXPORT RULE IN FORCE.; Triplicate Declarations Must Be Used on Mexican Shipments.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Shippers must furnish export declaration in triplicate

Full Article

Japanese Plan New Liners.

Date: 05 May 1926

Nippon Yusen Kaisha plans construction of 3 large transpacific liners

Full Article

INLAND STEEL CEREMONY.; Fires New Blast Furnace Costing $1,500,000 at Indiana Harbor.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

New blast furnace at Indiana Harbor fired

Full Article

COUNSEL FEES ARE DENIED.; Court Refuses $15,000 in New Jersey Refrigerating Litigation.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Court denies counsel fees asked by lawyers for litigants in dissolution suit

Full Article

NAMES 13 VICE CONSULS.; Secretary Kellogg Announces New Men for Foreign Service.

Date: 04 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Apptment of 13 Vice Consuls

Full Article

TO GRANT BUS FRANCHISES.; New Rochelle Council Expects to Favor Two Times Square Lines.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

FASCISTI CREATE NEW CABINET POST; Ministry to Control Labor and Employers' Groups in Extensive Program. CURRENCY IS CENTRALIZED Bank of Italy to Have Full Power Over Money Issues -- Mussolini May Hold New Portfolio.

Date: 04 May 1926

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Cabinet approves order for withdrawal of right of banks of Naples and Sicily to issue banknotes; sole right reserved for Bank of Italy

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW EXPORT RULE IN FORCE.; Triplicate Declarations Must Be Used on Mexican Shipments.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Shippers must furnish export declaration in triplicate

Full Article

Japanese Plan New Liners.

Date: 05 May 1926

Nippon Yusen Kaisha plans construction of 3 large transpacific liners

Full Article

TO GRANT BUS FRANCHISES.; New Rochelle Council Expects to Favor Two Times Square Lines.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Drop New Haven Sabotage Case.

Date: 05 May 1926

Charge of sabotage against E Schleifer, in connection with strike of 1922, nolled in Conn Superior Court

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Three New National Banks.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Quarterly report

Full Article

NEW EXPORT RULE IN FORCE.; Triplicate Declarations Must Be Used on Mexican Shipments.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Shippers must furnish export declaration in triplicate

Full Article

Japanese Plan New Liners.

Date: 05 May 1926

Nippon Yusen Kaisha plans construction of 3 large transpacific liners

Full Article

INLAND STEEL CEREMONY.; Fires New Blast Furnace Costing $1,500,000 at Indiana Harbor.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

New blast furnace at Indiana Harbor fired

Full Article

COUNSEL FEES ARE DENIED.; Court Refuses $15,000 in New Jersey Refrigerating Litigation.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Court denies counsel fees asked by lawyers for litigants in dissolution suit

Full Article

NAMES 13 VICE CONSULS.; Secretary Kellogg Announces New Men for Foreign Service.

Date: 04 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Apptment of 13 Vice Consuls

Full Article

TO GRANT BUS FRANCHISES.; New Rochelle Council Expects to Favor Two Times Square Lines.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

FASCISTI CREATE NEW CABINET POST; Ministry to Control Labor and Employers' Groups in Extensive Program. CURRENCY IS CENTRALIZED Bank of Italy to Have Full Power Over Money Issues -- Mussolini May Hold New Portfolio.

Date: 04 May 1926

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Cabinet approves order for withdrawal of right of banks of Naples and Sicily to issue banknotes; sole right reserved for Bank of Italy

Full Article

Drop New Haven Sabotage Case.

Date: 05 May 1926

Charge of sabotage against E Schleifer, in connection with strike of 1922, nolled in Conn Superior Court

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Three New National Banks.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Quarterly report

Full Article

Japanese Plan New Liners.

Date: 05 May 1926

Nippon Yusen Kaisha plans construction of 3 large transpacific liners

Full Article

INLAND STEEL CEREMONY.; Fires New Blast Furnace Costing $1,500,000 at Indiana Harbor.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

New blast furnace at Indiana Harbor fired

Full Article

NAMES 13 VICE CONSULS.; Secretary Kellogg Announces New Men for Foreign Service.

Date: 04 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Apptment of 13 Vice Consuls

Full Article

TO GRANT BUS FRANCHISES.; New Rochelle Council Expects to Favor Two Times Square Lines.

Date: 05 May 1926

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

FASCISTI CREATE NEW CABINET POST; Ministry to Control Labor and Employers' Groups in Extensive Program. CURRENCY IS CENTRALIZED Bank of Italy to Have Full Power Over Money Issues -- Mussolini May Hold New Portfolio.

Date: 04 May 1926

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Cabinet approves order for withdrawal of right of banks of Naples and Sicily to issue banknotes; sole right reserved for Bank of Italy

Full Article