WBC Featherweight Champ and Band Magazine’s Fighter of the entire year in 1981. He effectively defended his name nine instances, and kept it until a tragic 1982 car crash ended his existence when he was simply 23. Turning professional at age group 16, he received the WBC Featherweight Tournament in 1980, the 1st Mexican since Ruben Olivares to earn a global featherweight name. He completed his profession with 24 right victories and general proceeded to go 44-1-1 as a specialist. His nephew Salvador Sanchez II became a featherweight boxer aswell. Humberto Soto was another well-known featherweight boxer from Mexico.