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Description: Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 52. Chapters: Pedro Alcazar, Santos Laciar, Jiro Watanabe, List of boxing triple champions, List of boxing quadruple champions, List of boxing quintuple champions, Fernando Montiel, Marco Antonio Barrera, Jorge Arce, Jose Lopez, Jose Ruiz Matos, Chris Edwards, Khaosai Galaxy, List of super flyweight boxing champions, Lee Haskins, Masamori Tokuyama, Andy Bell, Drian Francisco, Martin Castillo, Danny Romero, Nobuo Nashiro, Tomas Rojas, Juan Jose Montes, Katsushige Kawashima, Payao Poontarat, Dodie Boy Penalosa, Celes Kobayashi, Seung-Hoon Lee, Gilberto Roman, Ellyas Pical, Ivan Hernandez, Alexander Munoz, Mark Johnson, Small Montana, Francisco Arce Armenta, Jose Quirino, Julio Cesar Borboa, Rafael Concepcion, Juan Alberto Rosas, Rafael Orono, Robert Quiroga, Joel Luna Zarate, Hugo Ruiz, Luis Alberto Perez, Elvis Alvarez, Akeem Anifowoshe, Jesus Kiki Rojas, Ju-Do Chun, Jose Cabrera, Chang-Ho Choi, Antwan Robertson, Hugo Rafael Soto, Harold Grey, Adonis Rivas, Chul-Ho Kim, In-Joo Cho, Pat Clinton, Diego Morales, Simphiwe Nongqayi, Matthew Villanueva, Samson Dutch Boy Gym, Ana Maria Torres, Victor Zaleta. Excerpt: In boxing, a triple champion is a boxer who has won world titles in three different weight classes. For most of the 20th century it was a remarkable achievement, possibly securing one a spot in the Boxing Hall of Fame with other immortals of the sport. Beginning in the 1970s, Triple Champions have become increasingly more common because of the numerous weight divisions (17) and the countless professional boxing entities that claim a "World" championship. Example: Wilfredo Gomez won his first belt at 122 pounds. Later he won the 126-pound crown and finally won the 130-pound title as well. The first Triple Champion of boxing was Bob Fitzsimmons when he added the Light Heavyweight crown to his World Middleweight and Heavyweight...