Name: Jorge Arce
Birth Name: Jorge Armando Arce Armenta
Hometown: Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Birthplace: Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Pro Boxer: Record
Trainers: Jose Morales (former), Tiburcio Garcia
Manager: Lorenzo Lopez
"I had about 45 amateur fights. I think I lost twice, one by disqualification. I won some national tournaments, some state tournaments. I was actually up for the 1996 Olympic team, I ended fighting Martin Castillo. [note: Castillo went on to win the WBA super flyweight world title] We fought in the semi-final fight and Castillo won. But everybody knows that Arce won that fight, it's just that Castillo was already a member of the Olympic team and they didn't want him losing to me". 
Regional & Minor Titles
- IBF International Super Flyweight Title (2009)
- Interim WBA World Super Flyweight Title (September 2008 - February 2009)
- WBC Latino Bantamweight title (2007)
- Interim WBC Flyweight Title (2005)
- Interim WBC Light Flyweight Title (October 2001 - July 2002)
- WBC Youth World Light Flyweight Title (2000)
- NABO Light Flyweight Title (1998 - 1999)
- WBA Fedecentro Light Flyweight Title (November 1997 - December 1997)
- Mexico Pacific Coast Light Flyweight Title (1997)
- WBO Bantamweight Title
- WBO Super Bantamweight Title
- WBO Super Flyweight Title
- WBC Light Flyweight Title
- WBO Light Flyweight Title
- Has a record of 14-6 (9 KO) in World Title fights.
- Has a record of 17-7-1 (14 KO) against former or current world titleists.
- Won against Juan Domingo Cordoba, Yo-Sam Choi, Melchor Cob Castro (twice), Joma Gamboa, Adonis Rivas (twice), Rosendo Alvarez, Masibulele Makepula, Tomas Rojas, Medgoen Singsurat, Isidro Garcia, Martin Castillo, Wilfredo Vazquez Jr., Simphiwe Nongqayi, Lorenzo Parra, Mauricio Martinez.
- Lost against Omar Nino Romero, Victor Burgos, Michael Carbajal, Cristian Mijares, Vic Darchinyan, Simphiwe Nongqayi, Nonito Donaire, Jhonny Gonzalez.
- Drew with Lorenzo Parra.
- He is the older brother of Francisco Arce.
- Arce's trademark ring entrance features him wearing a black cowboy hat (thus earning him the nickname "The Mexican Cowboy") and sucking a cherry lollipop.
Juan Domingo Cordoba
| WBO Light Flyweight Champion
1998 Dec 5 – 1999 Jul 31
| WBC Light Flyweight Champion
2002 Jul 6 – 2005
(failed to make weight)
| WBO Super Flyweight Champion
2010 Jan 30 – 2010
Omar Andres Narvaez
Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.
| WBO Super Bantamweight Champion
2011 May 7 – 2011
| WBO Bantamweight Champion
2011 Nov 26 – 2012
Pungluang Sor Singyu