Pancho is a male nickname for the given name Francisco or Francis.

Pancho may refer to:


  • Pancho Barnes (1901-1975), early American aviatrix
  • Pancho Carter (born 1950), retired American race car driver
  • Francisco Coimbre (1909-1989), Puerto Rican baseball player
  • Pancho Daniel (died 1858), bandit in what is now California
  • Pancho Gonzales (1928-1995), tennis player
  • Francisco Guilledo (1901-1925), Filipino world champion boxer
  • Pancho Herrera (1934-2005), Major League Baseball player
  • Franklin Huddle (born 1943), American diplomat
  • Michael Locke (born 1979), a star of the Welsh television programme Dirty Sanchez
  • Frank "Pancho" Martin (born 1925), trainer of thoroughbred racehorses
  • Pancho Prin (1930-2003), Venezuelan musician, singer and composer
  • Ferenc Puskás (1927-2006), Hungarian footballer
  • Francisco Ramírez (governor) (1786–1821), Argentine provincial governor
  • Pancho Segura (born 1921), tennis player
  • Francisco Varallo (1910-2010), Argentine footballer
  • Pancho Villa (1878-1923), Mexican revolutionary
  • Pancho Vladigerov (1899-1978), Bulgarian composer, pedagogue, and pianist
  • Pedro Pancho (born 1934), Filipino politician

Fictional characters:

  • Pancho, sidekick of the Cisco Kid
  • Pancho, in the Spanish language children's television series Plaza Sésamo

Other uses:

  • Los Panchos, a Latin pop trio
  • Pancho's Mexican Buffet, a restaurant chain
  • Pancho Lake, Idaho

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The Cisco Kid (TV Series) - Episodes - Sample Episodes
... episode entitled "Counterfeit Money", Cisco and Pancho are asked by Marshal Ben Lane to track down a gang of counterfeiters ... prove his hunch that the local banker and his clerk are involved in fraud until Pancho poses as an alleged bank robber ... Cisco has killed his deputy, and Cisco and Pancho must solve the mystery to prove their own innocence ...
List Of Undisputed Boxing Champions - Flyweight
... The Flyweight World Title became vacant with the death of its reigning champion--Pancho Villa ... The next day William Muldoon of the NYSAC proclaimed Frankie Genaro Pancho's "legitimate successor." But it was Fidel LaBarba who would become the next Undisputed Flyweight ... Year Reign Year Ended Champion Recognition June 6, 1923 July 4, 1925 Pancho Villa World Flyweight Championship ...
Pancho Demmings
... Pancho Demmings (sometimes credited as Pancho Demings or John Demmings) is an American film and television actor ...
Pancho Carter - Racing Career - NASCAR
... From 1985–1995 Pancho ran 14 NASCAR Winston Cup Series races for multiple owners including Elmo Langley ... Pancho's best finish in NASCAR was a seventeenth place finish at the Michigan International Speedway ... In 1995, Pancho also raced two Craftsman Truck Series races ...