Camacho Sharing His Search for Love on YouTube’s NuevOn Channel

Hector “Macho” Camacho is looking for love on the internet… And, he’s letting the cameras follow his every date.

The 50-year-old Puerto Rican former professional boxer will be getting his own program on YouTube’s NuevOn channel that will give his fans a chance to follow Camacho as he looks for a new love, according to his representatives.

Hector Macho Camacho

Es…Macho Time, filmed in Puerto Rico, Miami and Las Vegas, will follow the adventures of the boxer during the process of finding the woman of his dreams.

Camacho admits the road to finding a new love is long and arduous, but he’s committed to doing what’s needed to correct the mistakes of the past that have prevented him from finding that special someone, his publicist said in a statement.

Camacho was the first Puerto Rican boxerto win the lightweight division titles of the World Boxing Council and the World Boxing Organization, and he won 79 of his 87 bouts, 38 of them by knockout.

Two of his most important victories of his storied career came against Roberto Duran and Sugar Ray Leonard.

Es…Macho Time is one of the new programs for the second season of NuevOn, which was launched on April 1 and features shows such as the one starring Sofia Vergara’s son, Mi vida con Toty, and the motivational show Yes you can with Chaban, hosted by artist Alejandro Chaban.

Camacho Launching Segment on El Gordo y la Flaca…

Héctor “Macho” Camacho is preparing to put the gloves back on…

But the 49-year-old Puerto Rican boxer won’t be heading back to the ring. Instead, he’ll throw punches on Univision’s El Gordo y la Flaca.

Hector "Macho" Camacho

This week, Camacho will launch a new segment entitled “Macho News.” Airing every Friday, the segment will show the 10-time boxing champion discussing his opinion on the latest show biz happenings from his personal point of view.

“I am very pleased with my new segment,” says Camacho, who recently appeared in Alex Wayne’s video. “With el Gordo y Lily, I know people will enjoy it. For sure!”

Camacho, who participated in Univision’s iMira Quien Baila! Dancing competition in 2010, has said he wants to take full advantage of his life in the spotlight.

Along with segment on El Gordo y la Flaca, Camacho is preparing for other television projects this year, as well as readying to launch his own line of shirts.