Carlos González (boxer)

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For the Mexican boxer with the same name born in 1959 see Carlos González (boxer born 1959)

Carlos González Ferrer (born June 15, 1972), was a boxer from Xochimilco, Mexico, and a former WBO world junior welterweight champion.

Julio began boxing professionally in 1988, and captured the WBO Light Welterweight Title with a TKO victory over Jimmy Paul in 1992. He defended the title three times before losing it to Zack Padilla in 1993. He captured the title again in 1998 with a TKO win over Giovanni Parisi. He lost the belt in his first defense to Randall Bailey by KO in the first round. He retired in 2005 after being TKO'd by Felix Flores.

Preceded by
Hector Camacho
Vacated
WBO Light Welterweight Champion
29 Jun 1992– 7 Jun 1993
Succeeded by
Zack Padilla
Preceded by
Giovanni Parisi
WBO Light Welterweight Champion
29 May 1998–15 May 1999
Succeeded by
Randall Bailey

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