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WHAT IF CEFERINO GARCIA VERSUS OSCAR DELA HOYA?

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Ceferino Garcia
Sex Male
Nationality Philippines
Alias Cipriano (Pedro) Garcia
Hometown Los Angeles, CA
Birthplace Barrio Caraycaray Naval
Division Middleweight
Date of Birth 1906-08-26
Date of Death 1981-01-01
Age at Death 74
Stance Orthodox
Height 5' 7
Manager George Parnasass



Lb St:Lb Kg | Date | |


Career Totals Won 99 (KOs 64) | Lost 26 | Drawn 9 | Tot 134


Career Record date Lb opponent Lb wld last 6 location
1945-01-15 Wild Bill McDowell 114-78-24
Houston, TX, USA L PTS 10 10
1944-10-16 159 George Baratko 161 24-7-3
Houston, TX, USA W KO 3 0
1944-10-06 Kid Azteca 60-22-3
Mexico City, DF, Mexico W PTS 10 10
1944-09-25 Willis (Willie) Johnson 3-10-2
Arena, Ocean Park, CA, USA W KO 10 10
1943-02-08 Lupe Cardoza 2-6-3
Arena, Ocean Park, CA, USA W PTS 8 8
1942-02-24 Jackie Wilson 44-4-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1941-12-01 158 Anton Christoforidis 163 34-10-6
Cleveland, OH, USA L PTS 10 10
1941-09-15 Billy Soose 33-5-0
Los Angeles, CA, USA D TD 8 12
Bout was halted due to an eye injury suffered by Soose.

1941-07-11 Jimmy Casino 11-11-3
Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 8 0
1940-09-12 157¼ Steve Belloise 155¾ 28-2-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA L PTS 10 10
According to the New York Times, Belloise captuerd seven of the rounds by considerable margins.

1940-07-06 Al (Red) Moffett 22-1-1
Milford, CT, USA L PTS 6 6
1940-05-23 154½ Ken Overlin 159 100-18-5
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA L UD 15 15
~ Referee: Arthur Donovan ~
NYSAC Middleweight Title
Garcia "was a disappointment to his fans. Expected to blast his foe to the ground with his famed right hand punch, the defending champion instead allowed the challenger to dictate the procedure of warfare, then his foe proceeded to outpoint him at every turn." The New York Times

1940-04-24 Allen Matthews 63-17-3
Kansas City, MO, USA W TKO 4 0
1940-03-01 153½ Henry Armstrong 142 106-12-7
Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles, CA, USA D PTS 10 10
Billed as a World Middleweight Title fight recognized only by California

1939-12-23 Glen Lee 31-15-2
Rizal Track-Football Stadium, Manila, Philippines W TKO 13 15
~ Referee: Jack Dempsey ~
NYSAC Middleweight Title
Referee Dempsey stopped the bout a few seconds before the round was due to end, as Lee rose groggily from his second knockdown of the round. Lee had been down for eight and then nine. A light drizzle fell throughout the fight and made the canvas flooring slippery. This is the first world title bout ever held in the Philippine Islands.
1939-10-02 154¾ Fred Apostoli 160 38-5-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W KO 7 0
NYSAC Middleweight Title

1939-08-08 Bobby Pacho 71-47-13
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1939-07-04 153½ Bobby Pacho 154 71-46-12
Stockton, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
Sometimes reported as occurring July 1. Pacho floored in the second, sixth, ninth and tenth rounds.

1939-06-15 Walter (Popeye) Woods 51-3-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W KO 4 0
1939-04-21 Alex (Al) Romero 10-8-2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 10 0
1939-03-27 152 Chief Paris 154 16-12-6
Auditorium, Stockton, CA, USA W KO 3 10
"The knockout came on a left hook to the chin.." (United Press)
1939-03-17 Lloyd Marshall 13-2-1
San Francisco, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1939-02-22 154 Lloyd Marshall 158½ 13-1-1
San Francisco, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1939-02-07 155 Al Trulmans 158 28-13-7
San Jose, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1939-01-27 156 **** Foster 157 5-6-2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 8 0
1938-11-25 146½ Henry Armstrong 134 91-11-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA L UD 15 15
World Welterweight Title

1938-07-25 Jackie (Kid) Burke 12-8-4
Ogden, UT, USA W KO 2 0
1938-07-04 148 Jackie (Kid) Burke 148 12-7-4
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 4 0
1938-06-17 149½ Frankie Blair 148 23-11-2
Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W TKO 3 10
1938-05-06 145½ Glen Lee 154 26-9-0
Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1938-03-25 145 Tony Roccaforte 148 23-13-6
Honolulu, HI, USA W KO 1 0
1938-03-12 Otto Blackwell 5-5-3
Honolulu, HI, USA W KO 7 0
1938-02-18 Manuel Victoria 23-25-12
San Diego, CA, USA W KO 4 0
1938-01-28 146 Mickey Serrian 146½ 6-13-5
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1938-01-01 Otto Blackwell 5-4-2
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1937-09-23 Barney Ross 71-3-3
Polo Grounds, New York, NY, USA L UD 15 15
World Welterweight Title
One of four title bouts on Promoter Mike Jacobs' "Carnival of Champions" fight card: including Sixto Escobar-Harry Jeffra for the Bantamweight Title, Lou Ambers-Pedro Montanez for the Lightweight Title, and Fred Apostoli-Marcel Thil for the IBU Middleweight Title. "In as masterful an exhibition of boxing, as admirable a demonstration of fighting courage and as determined a stand a champion has flashed in recent years, Ross matched his wits against the power of his challenger's punches and won the unanimous decision."
The New York Times.
Ross breaks his left hand during this bout.

1937-07-22 145¾ Bobby Pacho 147 52-30-11
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W TKO 9 10
~ Time: 2:29 | Referee: Johnny McAvoy ~
The bout ended "with climactic suddeness". Pacho appeared to be enjoying a fair lead on points" but "started the 9th with a long swinging right that missed by two yards" and left an opening that Garcia "quickly seized". He dropped Pacho for counts of three and two before the referee stopped it with Pacho still on his feet. (New York Times)
1937-06-11 Phil Furr 18-14-2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1937-05-21 George Salvadore 19-11-8
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1937-05-07 Phil McQuillan 2-3-2
Watsonville, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1937-03-23 Jack Wade 0-0-0
San Jose, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1937-02-23 146½ Glen Lee 148½ 18-6-0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1937-02-05 Chief Paris 14-8-2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 4 0
1937-01-12 Otto Blackwell 4-2-1
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1936-12-18 Ray Acosta 7-4-1
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1936-10-30 Izzy Jannazzo 31-13-9
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA D PTS 15 15
1936-09-11 Cleto Locatelli 80-14-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W PTS 10 10
1936-08-11 Leon Zorrita 25-4-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1936-07-17 Kid Azteca 29-6-2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1936-06-09 Young Peter Jackson 29-7-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1936-05-08 Jackie (Kid) Burke 147 8-1-2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 8 0
1936-03-27 Lou Halper 16-16-6
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 6 0
1936-03-02 Jackie (Kid) Burke 7-1-1
Ogden, UT, USA D PTS 10 10
1936-02-07 147½ Gordon Wallace 147 29-8-20
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1936-01-13 Al Manfredo 20-4-3
Oakland, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1935-11-29 Barney Ross 59-3-3
Stadium, Chicago, IL, USA L PTS 10 10
1935-11-20 Gordon Wallace 29-7-20
Arena, Vancouver, B.C., Canada W PTS 12 12
1935-11-12 148 Otto Blackwell 147 2-1-1
Portland, OR, USA W PTS 10 10
1935-10-23 Gordon Wallace 29-7-19
Arena, Vancouver, B.C., Canada D PTS 10 10
1935-10-18 Joe Bernal 16-2-2
San Francisco, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1935-09-13 Barney Ross 58-3-3
San Francisco, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1935-08-20 Sammy Brown 5-1-3
Fresno, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1935-07-19 Baby Joe Gans 100-22-7
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1935-07-04 Sammy O'Dell 18-9-4
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1935-06-21 Alex (Al) Romero 5-1-1
Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1935-05-31 Meyer Grace 39-19-4
Watsonville, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1935-05-17 146 Al Manfredo 146 20-1-1
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1935-04-26 Guy McKinney 0-6-3
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1935-04-18 148 Al Manfredo 149 19-1-1
Sacramento, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1935-03-26 Baby Joe Gans 97-21-7
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1934-12-07 155½ Bep van Klaveren 156½ 37-7-5
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
~ Referee: George Blake ~
"Jimmy McLarnin, welterweight champion of the world, must have seen a pretty good contender for his crown last night as he sat in a third row seat at the Hollywood Legion stadium. The gentleman in question was Bep Van Klaveren, Holland's contribution to the fistic art. McLarnin must have been quite interested as he watched Van Klaveren outpoint Ceferino Garcia before a packed house while the crowd marveled at the speed, grace and boxing ability of the Dutchman. And if McLarnin is looking for a worthy opponent in the near future, Van Klaveren is the man. Or so he appeared last night. It was a clear cut victory for the boy from the country of dykes. There was absolutely no doubt of Van Klaveren's superiority last night. A stinging left jab and brilliant infighting made awarding the decision little trouble for George Blake. At no time was Garcia in the running with the possible exception of the last two rounds." (Evening Post)

1934-11-16 Manuel Victoria 22-20-10
Watsonville, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1934-10-30 147 Bep van Klaveren 147½ 37-6-5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
Garcia "came from behind to take the last few rounds and win a decision." (United Press)
1934-09-02 Joe Glick 83-60-24
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1934-08-09 Jimmy Evans 11-5-2
Sacramento, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1934-07-27 Indian Mike Payan 20-8-4
Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1934-07-03 145 Andy DiVodi 147½ 79-28-8
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 1 10
~ Time: 1:08 ~
Two solid punches was all it took to knock out Divodi. (Often incorrectly recorded as occurring July 7.)

1934-06-14 Tommy Herman 22-17-3
Sacramento, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1934-06-01 Billy Boggs 0-1-0
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 5 0
1934-05-18 Johnny Martinez 5-17-4
Watsonville, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1934-04-20 Baby Sal Sorio 60-24-13
Watsonville, CA, USA W KO 4 0
1934-04-10 142½ Young Peter Jackson 137 20-2-0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L KO 3 10
California State Welterweight Title

1934-03-23 Tommy Herman 22-16-3
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1934-03-06 147 Eddie Cerda 145 15-5-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 6 0
1934-02-09 Paulie Walker 27-12-8
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1934-01-16 Bobby Pacho 21-8-5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1933-12-22 Indian Mike Payan 19-7-4
San Diego, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1933-12-12 146 Baby Joe Gans 146½ 93-16-7
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1933-11-25 Vincent Martinez 7-4-1
Los Angeles, CA, USA W PTS 6 6
1933-10-27 Andy Callahan 21-3-0
San Francisco, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1933-10-13 King Tut 76-22-4
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 7 0
1933-09-22 Meyer Grace 34-15-4
Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 10 0
1933-08-25 147 Eddie Frisco 147 18-7-7
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 7 0
1933-07-25 142 Kid Azteca 145 5-0-0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L TKO 8 10
Azteca, the Mexican Welterweight Champion, opened an old cut over Garcia's left eye.

1933-07-18 Lloyd Smith 8-2-1
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 4 0
1933-07-11 Kid Azteca 4-0-0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1933-07-03 Johnny Martinez 5-16-4
Stockton, CA, USA W KO 5 10
1933-05-29 145¼ Eddie Ran 148½ 24-9-2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L DQ 3 10
Garcia was disqualified for hitting Ran, who was kneeling on one knee, twice with rights to the back of the neck. New York Times

1933-05-09 Leonard Bennett 17-13-3
Seattle, WA, USA W PTS 6 6
1933-04-28 Howard Fritz 7-0-0
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA W KO 8 0
1933-04-12 Ray (Wildman) Macias 5-3-1
Wilmington, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1933-04-01 Tommy Huffman 4-7-1
W PTS 10 10
Bout held in March or April

1933-03-24 Indian Mike Payan 18-5-3
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA D PTS 10 10
1933-03-10 Johnny (Bandit) Romero 62-16-1
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1933-03-03 Frankie Diaz 11-6-0
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA W KO 2 0
California Welterweight Title
Ceferino retains.

1933-02-10 Johnny (Bandit) Romero 62-15-1
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA W KO 8 0
California State Welterweight Title

1933-01-27 Cowboy Charlie Cobb 28-13-3
Coliseum, San Diego, CA, USA W KO 3 0
1933-01-20 Tommy King 33-5-3
Dreamland Arena, San Francisco, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1932-11-22 Andy DiVodi 77-16-8
Fresno, CA, USA W KO 2 0
1932-10-25 Young Corbett III 102-8-19
Fresno, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1932-10-10 Tommy King 32-5-1
San Francisco, CA, USA D PTS 10 10
1932-09-20 145½ Freddie Steele 149 66-1-10
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L KO 2 4
1932-09-02 Tommy King 32-4-1
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1932-07-13 Jimmy Britt 31-10-20
Seattle, WA, USA D PTS 6 6
"The California Filipino had been a top-heavy favorite but Britt matched blow for blow with the hard hitting, two fisted puncher and earned no less than a draw. The Tacoman opened a cut over Garcia's left eye in the last round after battering him viciously in the fourth. The Filipino gained an even verdict with a great spurt in the fifth and sixth." Everett Daily Herald.
1932-06-22 Oakland Jimmy Duffy 103-23-26
Auditorium, Oakland, CA, USA W TKO 7 10
Duffy was down in the 1st, but was leading until Garcia landed a smashing right hand which broke Duffy's jaw and sent him to the canvas in the seventh.

1932-05-24 Joey Goodman 19-10-5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1932-05-18 Freddie Steele 57-1-10
Seattle, WA, USA L KO 2 0
"The Tacoma youngster rammed a hard right to Garcia's mid-section and as the Filipino dropped his guard Steele drove the left to the chin. Garcia took the count sprawled out on his back and Steele helped carry him to his corner." Everett Daily Herald. Garcia was out for nearly five minutes.

1932-05-06 David Velasco 3-9-1
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W PTS 15 15
1932-04-12 Young Corbett III 98-8-19
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA L PTS 10 10
1932-04-01 Joe Saldivar 4-4-2
Pismo Beach, CA, USA W KO 1 0
1932-03-11 Tommy Herman 20-13-3
Stockton, CA, USA L KO 10 0
1932-02-19 Vearl Whitehead 13-5-4
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, CA, USA W KO 7 0
1932-01-26 David Velasco 3-5-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W PTS 10 10
1932-01-19 Alfredo Gaona 1-3-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W TKO 4 0
1931-11-14 Tony Gora 16-2-1
Manila, Philippines W PTS 10 10
1931-07-18 Ignacio Fernandez 33-23-10
Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
1931-04-18 Frank Malinao 0-1-0
Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
Welterweight Championship of the Orient
1931-03-07 Joe Hall 28-29-12
Olympic Stadium, Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
Welterweight Championship of the Orient

1928-11-26 Joe Sacramento 0-1-0
Manila, Philippines W KO 4 0
1928-08-04 Joe Hall 25-22-9
Olympic Stadium, Manila, Philippines W DQ 6 12
1928-02-18 Luis Logan 13-1-1
Olympic Stadium, Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
Orient Welterweight Title

1927-02-26 Ignacio Fernandez 8-3-2
Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
1926-09-04 Harry (Hop) Stone 67-38-13
Manila, Philippines W PTS 12 12
1923-05-05 Pedro del Mundo 0-0-0
Manila, Philippines D PTS 6 6




OSCAR DELA HOYAS RECORDOscar De La Hoya
Sex Male
Nationality United States
Alias Golden Boy
Global Id US-CA-008253
License No. CA036576
Hometown Los Angeles, CA
Birthplace Montebello, CA
Division Middleweight
World Rank 2
Date of Birth 1973-02-04
Age 31
Reach 73”
Stance Orthodox
Height 5' 11
Trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr.
Manager Self



Lb St:Lb Kg | Date | |


Scheduled Bout date opponent wld last 6 location ticket number
2004-09-18 Bernard Hopkins 44-2-1
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA (702) 732-2717
WBA Middleweight Title
WBC Middleweight Title
IBF Middleweight Title
WBO Middleweight Title


Career Totals Won 37 (KOs 29) | Lost 3 | Drawn 0 | Tot 40


Career Record date Lb opponent Lb wld last 6 location
2004-06-05 160 Felix Sturm 160 20-0-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ Referee: Vic Drakulich | Judge: Mike Glienna 115-113 | Judge: Paul Smith 115-113 | Judge: Dave Moretti 115-113 ~
WBO Middleweight Title

2003-09-13 154 Shane Mosley 154 38-2-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA L UD 12 12
~ Referee: Joe Cortez | Judge: Anek Hongtongkam 113-115 | Judge: Duane Ford 113-115 | Judge: Stanley Christodoulou 113-115 ~
WBC Light Middleweight Title
WBA Light Middleweight Title
IBA Light Middleweight Title

2003-05-03 154 Yory Boy Campas 153½ 80-5-0
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 7 12
~ Time: 2:54 | Referee: Vic Drakulich ~
WBC Light Middleweight Title
WBA Light Middleweight Title
Not out for round 8

2002-09-14 154 Fernando Vargas 154 22-1-0
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 11 12
~ Time: 1:48 | Referee: Joe Cortez | Judge: Paul Smith 96-94 | Judge: Doug Tucker 96-94 | Judge: Patricia Jarman 94-97 ~
WBC Light Middleweight Title
WBA Light Middleweight Title
IBA Light Middleweight Title
Vargas down in the 11th

2001-06-23 154 Javier Castillejo 51-4-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ 119-108 | 119-108 | 119-108 ~
WBC Light Middleweight Title
Castillejo down in the 12th

2001-03-24 147 Arturo Gatti 146 33-4-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 5 10
~ Time: 1:16 | Referee: Jay Nady ~
Gatti down in the 1st. Gatti's corner throws in the towel.

2000-06-17 146½ Shane Mosley 147 34-0-0
Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA L SD 12 12
~ Referee: Lou Moret | Judge: Lou Filippo 112-116 | Judge: Pat Russell 113-115 | Judge: Marty Sammon 115-113 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
IBA Welterweight Title

2000-02-26 147 Derrell Coley 147 34-1-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W KO 7 12
~ Time: 3:00 | Referee: Wayne Kelly | Judge: Joe Dwyer | Judge: Melvina Lathan | Judge: Fred Ucci ~
Vacant IBA Welterweight Title
WBC Welterweight Title Eliminator
De La Hoya was awarded the WBC title as Felix Trinidad moved to Light Middleweight

1999-09-18 147 Félix Trinidad 147 35-0-0
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV, USA L MD 12 12
~ Referee: Mitch Halpern | Judge: Jerry Roth 113-115 | Judge: Bob Logist 114-115 | Judge: Glen Hamada 114-114 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
IBF Welterweight Title

1999-05-22 147 Oba Carr 147 48-2-1
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 11 12
~ Time: 0:55 | Referee: Richard Steele | Judge: Carol Castellano 96-91 | Judge: Chuck Giampa 95-92 | Judge: Jerry Roth 97-90 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
Carr down in 1st and 11th. Carr had 2 points deducted in the 7th, one for a head butt and another for a low blow.

1999-02-13 147 Ike Quartey 146½ 34-0-1
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W SD 12 12
~ Referee: Mitch Halpern | Judge: Ken Morita 116-112 | Judge: John Keane 116-113 | Judge: Larry O'Connell 114-115 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
De La Hoya down in 6th, Quartey down in 6th and 12th.

1998-09-18 146 Julio César Chávez 144½ 100-2-2
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 8 12
~ Referee: Richard Steele | Judge: Anek Hongtongkam 79-73 | Judge: Daniel Van de Wiele 78-75 | Judge: John Keane 78-75 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
Chavez does not come out for Round 9.

1998-06-13 147 Patrick Charpentier 27-4-1
Sun Bowl, El Paso, TX, USA W TKO 3 12
~ Time: 1:56 | Referee: Laurence Cole ~
WBC Welterweight Title
Charpentier down three times in Round 3

1997-12-06 147 Wilfredo Rivera 27-2-1
Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ, USA W TKO 8 12
~ Time: 2:48 | Referee: Joe Cortez ~
WBC Welterweight Title
Dr. Howard Taylor advises to stop the fight due to a Rivera cut. Rivera down in Round 4.

1997-09-13 147 Héctor Camacho Sr. 147 64-3-1
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ Referee: Richard Steele | Judge: Anek Hongtongkam 118-108 | Judge: John Keane 120-106 | Judge: Chuck Giampa 120-105 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
Camacho down in the 9th.

1997-06-14 147 David Kamau 28-1-0
The Alamodome, San Antonio, TX, USA W KO 2 12
~ Time: 2:54 | Referee: Laurence Cole ~
WBC Welterweight Title

1997-04-12 146 Pernell Whitaker 40-1-1
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ Referee: Mills Lane | Judge: Chuck Giampa 115-111 | Judge: Jerry Roth 116-110 | Judge: Dalby Shirley 116-110 ~
WBC Welterweight Title
De La Hoya down in the 9th. Whitaker has a point deducted in the 3rd for a head butt.

1997-01-18 140 Miguel Ángel González 140 41-0-0
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ Referee: Mills Lane | Judge: John Keane 117-110 | Judge: Bob Logist 117-111 | Judge: Anek Hongtongkam 117-109 ~
WBC Light Welterweight Title
González had a point deducted in the 7th for hitting while holding behind the head and another point in the 12th for hitting on the break.

1996-06-07 139 Julio César Chávez 139 96-1-1
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 4 12
~ Referee: Tony Perez | Judge: Anek Hongtongkam | Judge: Daniel Van de Wiele | Judge: Larry O'Connell ~
WBC Light Welterweight Title
Scoring at time of stoppage: 30-27 De La Hoya all
Fight stopped due to bad cut of Chavez

1996-02-09 140 Darryl Tyson 47-8-1
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV, USA W KO 2 10
~ Time: 2:38 ~

1995-12-15 135 Jesse James Leija 134 30-1-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA W TKO 2 12
~ Referee: Ron Lipton ~
WBO Lightweight Title

1995-09-09 135 Genaro Hernandez 32-0-1
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 6 12
WBO Lightweight Title
Scoring at time of stoppage: 59-55, 59-55, 58-56 De La Hoya

1995-05-06 134½ Rafael Ruelas 135 43-1-0
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 2 12
~ Time: 1:43 | Referee: Richard Steele ~
IBF Lightweight Title
WBO Lightweight Title
Ruelas was knocked down twice in the 2nd.

1995-02-18 135 Juan Molina 134 36-3-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W UD 12 12
~ 116-111 | 116-111 | 117-110 ~
WBO Lightweight Title
Molina down in the 1st.

1994-12-10 135 John Avila 135 20-1-1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W TKO 9 12
~ Time: 1:07 ~
WBO Lightweight Title
A cut over Avila's right eye forced the stoppage.

1994-11-18 135 Carl Griffith 135 28-3-2
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W KO 3 12
~ Time: 1:02 | Referee: Mitch Halpern ~
WBO Lightweight Title
Griffith was down twice.

1994-07-29 135 Jorge Paez 134 53-6-4
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W KO 2 12
~ Time: 0:39 | Referee: Richard Steele ~
Vacant WBO Lightweight Title

1994-05-27 130 Giorgio Campanella 130 21-0-0
MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 3 12
~ Time: 2:22 | Referee: Joe Cortez ~
WBO Super Featherweight Title
De La Hoya down in 1st. Campanella was down once in the 2nd and 3rd, before his corner threw in the towel.

1994-03-05 128¾ Jimmy Bredahl 130 16-0-0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA W TKO 10 12
WBO Super Featherweight Title
Bredahl was knocked down in the 1st and 2nd round. The bout was stopped by the referee on advice of the ring doctor after the 10th round.

1993-10-30 133 Narciso Valenzuela 133 35-13-2
America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ, USA W KO 1 10
De La Hoya down in 1st, Valenzeula was down twice after that.

1993-08-27 135 Angelo Nunez 135 10-4-3
Beverly Willshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA, USA W TKO 4 10
A cut over Nunez's left eye forced the stoppage.

1993-08-14 132 Renaldo Carter 131 27-4-1
Casino Magic, Bay St. Louis, MS, USA W TKO 6 10
~ Time: 2:10 | Referee: Chester Comeaux ~
Carter was down three times in the 3rd round, and once in the 6th.

1993-06-07 133 Troy Dorsey 133 15-7-4
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 1 10
A cut over Dorsey's right eye forced the stoppage.

1993-05-08 131 Frank Avelar 131½ 15-3-0
Caesar's Tahoe, Stateline, NV, USA W TKO 4 10
~ Time: 2:00 | Referee: Vic Drakulich ~

1993-04-06 134 Mike Grable 133 13-1-2
War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY, USA W UD 8 8
Grable was knocked down twice, and took a standing eight count in the 7th round.

1993-03-13 134 Jeff Mayweather 135 23-2-2
Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, USA W TKO 4 8
~ Time: 1:35 | Referee: Mitch Halpern ~

1993-02-06 138½ Curtis Strong 133¼ 14-6-2
Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA W TKO 4 6
~ Time: 1:40 | Referee: Pat Russell ~
Strong was knocked down in the 1st. Bout was stopped due to a deep cut over Strong's right eyebrow.

1993-01-03 134 Paris Alexander 15-6-2
Palladium, Hollywood, CA, USA W TKO 2 6
~ Referee: Chuck Hassett ~
Alexander was down once in the 1st, and twice in the 2nd.

1992-12-12 133 Cliff Hicks 133 13-6-0
America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ, USA W KO 1 0
~ Time: 1:15 ~

1992-11-23 133 Lamar Williams 134 5-1-1
Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA, USA W KO 1 4
~ Time: 1:42 | Referee: Marty Denkin ~
Pro debut for De La Hoya






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