Tomás Rojas may refer to:
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Tomás Rojas Gómez is a Mexican professional boxer who held the WBC super flyweight title from 2010 to 2011.
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Tomás Rojas is a Mexican actor.. in France it was part of the Marche et dance workshops, and he also studied construction and handling of mojigangas. He is most recognized for his theater works in Mexico.