Name: PACHO, BOBBY ORIGINAL PROMOTIONAL PHOTO
History: Robert Pacho (August 1, 1911 – May 1, 1978) was a Mexican-American professional boxer from Yuma, Arizona. After Bert Colima's career was over, Pacho was Mexican fans' most popular boxer. Bobby broke into the professional boxing ranks while working as a farm mechanic in El Centro, California. His early bouts, most of them at El Centro, Ca., took place in 1928, some of which he fought as Kid Mexico. He fought many well known fighters during his career, including legends Barney Ross, and Henry Armstrong. His career lasted from 1929–1941 and his professional record was 78-67-15 with 37 Knockouts. Offered here is an original promotional photo of Bobby Pacho as he looked at the height of his career.
Full description: This is an original, first generation, promotional photo of Bobby Pacho in fight pose. Bold, clear image. Clean with no staining. Not creased. Edge wear including a small clip at upper left corner. 8" x 10."
Size: 8 x 10
Categories: Photograph - -
Condition: very good
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