American music Mark Kozelek put together a quartet that recorded music under the name Sun Kil Moon, which was inspired by the great Korean fighter. The debut album by the group was "Ghosts of the Lost Highway" which was originally released in 2003, and then re-released in 2007.
The album has several tracks with titles and lyrics inspired by boxers, including the 10th and final track from the original release, "Pancho Villa".
Pancho Villa is of course the Filipino great from the early 1900's who fought between 1919 and 1925, and ran up a record of 77-4-4 (22), at least from what we know. He was only 23 when he died but his place in history is vital with the Filipino being the first ever Asian world champion.
The track, which is completely in English, talks about Villa and references him, his age when he died and the Philippines in what is rather touching song about one of boxing's many tragic figures.
Some things don't fit in elsewhere on the site so have been put here as a result.