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in General Discussion Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:40 am
by Jani Boos • 1 Post

The ultimate showy boxing entertainer and traveler would travel to places like Mississippi, Idaho, Texas, Phoenix, and Utah to fight At age 38, Peas retired with an excellent record of 79 wins (51 knockouts), 14 losses, and 5 draws Though Jorge Peas preferred that his sons not get into the dangerous sport of boxing, and instead concentrate on formal education, his son Jorge "Maromerito" Peas Jar is a boxing world title prospect He is the WBC Youth International welterweight champion A younger brother, Ariel Peas, also started boxing professionally The record of "Maromerito" Peas is now 29 wins (18 knockouts), and 4 losses Flexography Jorge Peas is also credited with being a Hollywood and Mexico entertainer and actor In 1995 he appeared in the movie "Dirty Money" whereby he was "Jorge" This is a robbery and murder mystery that includes the pursuance of a looter to a circus in Mexico Earlier in 1993, Peas was "Ernesto" in the movie "Old Shoes" in the Spanish language, filmed in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico In "La Ultimo Esperanza," a drama and romance TV series that ran from 1993-1995, Peas was "Kid" In 2006, Peas participated in the continuing "Badland Poor La Bode De Tusk SunOS" in Mexico This "Dancing for a Dream" involves many Mexican celebrities and can be compared to "Dancing with the Stars" Peas also acted on the NBC Saturday Sports Showcase series in 1990 In 2004, Peas was in "No Way Out" which was a professional wrestling pay-per-view event series Peas also participated in the related "Smack down" in the same year Conclusion

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