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Lilly Rodriguez-Urquidez personal details

First Name Lilly
Last Name Rodriguez-Urquidez
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Birth Name Lilly Urquidez
Age 59 (Died January 13, 2007)
Date of Birth August 1, 1947
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Residence Los Angeles, California, United States
Status Deceased
Nationality American
Weight class Featherweight
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Height 5ft 1in / 154cm
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Lilly Rodriguez-Urquidez fight history

L Lucia Rijker TKO Kickboxing 01/15/84 Amsterdam, Netherlands
0:30 R1 / 5x? ………………… Low Kick
W Toni Lear Rodriguez Points Boxing 07/13/79 California, United States
……… ………………….. Pro ……………………………………………………………………………………..

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Lilly Rodriguez-Urquidez’s Bio

Lilly Rodriguez-Urquidez is a female fighter from the United States.

She held her WKA World title until her official retirement in 1986.

She owned the Heart of Champions kickboxing gym in Salmar, Los Angeles.

Personal Life

Lilly is the daughter of Arnold and Lupe Urquidez, who were a professional boxer and professional wrestler respectively. Lilly is the sister of martial artists Arnold, Reuben, Benny “The Jet” and Adam “Smiley” Urquidez..

She married to professional boxer William “Blinky” Rodriguez. On November 16, 1979, they become the first professional boxing husband and wife to fight on the same card (they both won). Together, they had five sons and one daughter.

Achievements

Kickboxing Titles

1977 / 1986 - WKA Featherweight World Champion

Kickboxing Awards

2003 - Martial Arts History Museum’s Hall of Fame Inductee
California Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee

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