Héctor Manzanilla Rangel (born June 28, 1985 in Los Teques, Miranda) is a Venezuelan bantamweight boxer who has won a bronze medal at the Central American Games. He is most respected for giving amateur superstar Guillermo Rigondeaux one of the toughest fights of his career.
|Born||June 28, 1985|
At the Central American Games 2006 he lost to Mexican Arturo Santos Reyes in the semis.
At the ALBA Games in May 2007 in his home country he gave two-time Olympic champion who came into this fight on a 96 bout winning streak since 2003 one of his toughest fights losing only on countback +8:8 (36:38). (The 5:0 score on Rigondeaux's amateur record is misleading, all five judges voted for him).
He didn't participate in the PanAm Games 2007.
As of 2007 his record is 179-15.
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