Pancho Villa

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Noun1.Pancho Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923)Pancho Villa - Mexican revolutionary leader (1877-1923)
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Caption: Legendary Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa sporting a classic Colt Bisley.
The Philippines is littered with great boxers throughout history with Pancho Villa starting the lineage that includes icons like Gabriel Elorde, Ceferino Garcia, Dado Marino, through to Manny Pacquiao, Nonito Donaire, Jerwin Ancajas, and Donnie Nietes.
The first took place in the 1920s when flyweight legend Pancho Villa met Clever Sencio in Manila.
The most famous Filipino boxer of the era was Francisco Guilledo, a shoeshine boy from Iloilo, whom Churchill helped christen Pancho Villa. He stood only 5'1', but was a whirlwind in the ring.
The fight was a historic one as it was the first all-Filipino affair since 1925, when Pancho Villa outworked Clever Sencio in defending his flyweight belt.
The Man Who Wrote Pancho Villa: Martin Luis Guzman and the Politics of Life Writing.
When rare circumstances collide to include Lassiter being in possession of the skull of the revolutionary Mexican general, Pancho Villa, he cannot refuse the challenge.