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|Real name||Frank Toledo|
April 12, 1970 |
Newark, New Jersey
|Wins by KO||18|
Toledo, born in Newark, New Jersey, fought out of Paterson, New Jersey. He became a professional boxer in 1989. In 1993 and 1994 he defeated future world champions Clarence "Bones" Adams and Hector Acero Sanchez. In 1995 he fought Marco Antonio Barrera for Barrera's World Boxing Organization super bantamweight title. Barrera knocked him out in the second round.
In 1999 he defeated former IBF bantamweight champion Orlando Canizales but in 2000 lost to former champion Manuel Medina. On April 6, 2001, he defeated Mbulelo Botile for the IBF featherweight title. He did not keep the title long as he lost it on November 11 of that year to old foe Medina. He continued fighting until 2004 but never fought for a world title again.
|IBF Featherweight Champion
April 6, 2001–November 11, 2001
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