|Real name||Carlos Gerena.|
|Rated at||Super Featherweight|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
January 12, 1971 |
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
|Wins by KO||30|
|Competitor for Puerto Rico|
|Pan American Games|
- 1990 Competed as a Flyweight at 1990 Goodwill Games in Seattle
- Lost to Dzhambulat Mutayev (Soviet Union) points
- 1991 Bantamweight Silver Medalist at Pan-American Games in Havana
- 1992 Represented Puerto Rico as a Featherweight at the Barcelona Olympic Games
Gerena's most notable accomplishment was defeating Jesús Chávez of Mexico by split decision on January 7, 1995—early in both of their careers. Chávez avenged the loss on March 22, 2003 with a TKO victory in round 6. Gerena also fought against notable world champions Genaro Hernandez and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Gerena won minor titles such as the WBA Latin, WBA Fedelatin, and WBC Continental Americas super featherweight titles throughout his career. His record was 38-6 (30 KOs). Before his professional career he represented his native country at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.
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