He made his professional boxing debut at age 19 on May 29, 1993, losing via disqualification to Javier Duran. Márquez remained undefeated for six years, compiling a 29–1 record that included wins against future champions Agapito Sanchez , Julio Gervacio and Alfred Kotey . In 1997, Márquez won the WBO NABO Featherweight title, which he defended seven times. During this time, he was referred to as the "best fighter without a world title." [3] Márquez was WBO Featherweight Champion Naseem Hamed 's mandatory challenger for 22 straight months. However, the WBO allowed Hamed to schedule other fights instead. [4] [5] During this time, Márquez worked as an accountant while training under Ignacio Beristáin in Mexico City. Márquez would keep this job until winning his first world title in 2004. [6]


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