Name: Raul Rojas
Hometown: Los Angeles, California, USA
Birthplace: San Pablo, California, USA
Died: 2012-05-20 (Age:70)
Pro Boxer: Record
- Manager: Jackie McCoy
Raul Rojas grew up in Watts and East Los Angeles. As a youth, Rojas led a group called "Little Roy's Gang," according to a 1968 Sports Illustrated article, and was sent to the California Youth Authority following a violent clash in which a fellow gang member was shot dead next to him, "a bullet between his eyes," according to the story.
"All I ever was was tough," Rojas said. "I thought I'd put it to work."
As he told The Times in 1968: "If it were not for boxing, I'd probably either be in San Quentin or would already have made the trip to the gas chamber."
After his boxing career ended, Rojas worked as a longshoreman. 
| WBA Featherweight Champion
1968 Mar 28 – 1968 Sep 27