Juan Carlos Burgos

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Juan Carlos Burgos
Statistics
Real name Juan Carlos Burgos Castillo
Nickname(s) Miniburgos
Rated at Super Featherweight
Featherweight
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Reach 70 in (180 cm)
Nationality Mexico Mexican
Born (1987-12-26) December 26, 1987 (age 26)
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 34
Wins 30
Wins by KO 20
Losses 2
Draws 2
No contests 0

Juan Carlos Burgos Castillo (born December 26, 1987, in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico) is a Mexican professional boxer in the Featherweight division. He's nicknamed Miniburgos after his uncle, who is a former world champion Víctor Burgos.[1] Juan Carlos is the top ranked Featherweight by the WBC.[2]

Professional career[edit]

Burgos scored a twelfth round stoppage over Juan Carlos Martinez in a Featherweight bout in Laredo, Texas.[3] With his win over Martinez on ESPN Burgos is now ranked #2 by the WBC.[4]

WBC Featherweight Championship[edit]

He fought Ricardo Castillo on May 28, 2010, scoring a tenth round TKO over Castillo.[5]

Following the Elimination Bout, Burgos lost to the former WBC Bantamweight Champion Hozumi Hasegawa, for the vacant WBC Featherweight Title at the Nippon Gaishi Hall in Japan on November 26, 2010.[6]

Martinez vs. Burgos Controversy[edit]

WBO Lightweight Title holder Roman Martinez and Burgos fought to a draw on January 19, 2013 with most people believing that Burgos had won an easy unanimous decision. However; the fight turned out to be a split draw. One judge scored it 116-112 (8 rounds to 4 for Martinez), 114-114, and one judge scoring it for Burgos. According to the official punch stats, Burgos outlanded Martinez by 93 overall punches and 70 power punches. A rematch is in the works.

Professional record[edit]

30 Wins (20 knockouts), 2 Losses, 2 Draws
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 30-2-2 United States Mikey García UD 12 January 25, 2014 New YorkMadison Square Garden Theater, New York, New York, United States For WBO Super Featherweight Title
Draw 30-1-2 Ghana Yakubu Amidu SD 12 (12) July 26, 2013 CaliforniaThunder Valley Casino Resort, Lincoln, California, United States
Draw 30-1-1 Puerto Rico Román Martínez SD 12 (12) January 19, 2013 New YorkMadison Square Garden Theater, New York, New York, United States For WBO Super Featherweight Title
Win 30-1-0 Mexico César Vázquez TKO 3 (1:50) July 20, 2012 NevadaEdgewater Casino, Laughlin, Nevada, United States Vázquez was undefeated going in.
Win 29-1-0 Mexico Cristobal Cruz UD 10 (10) February 24, 2012 DelawareDover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover, Delaware, United States
Win 28-1-0 Puerto Rico Luis Cruz MD 10 (10) November 12, 2011 NevadaMGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Cruz was undefeated going in.
Win 27-1-0 Mexico Gilberto Sanchez Leon UD 10 (10) July 22, 2011 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel, Ontario, California, United States
Win 26-1-0 United States Frankie Archuleta TKO 2 (2:33) February 25, 2011 OklahomaMillion Dollar Elm Casino, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Loss 25-1-0 Japan Hozumi Hasegawa UD 12 (12) November 26, 2010 JapanNihon Gaishi Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan For the vacant WBC Featherweight Title
Win 25-0-0 MexicoRicardo Castillo RTD 11 (0:10) May 29, 2010 MexicoArena Tecate, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico WBC Featherweight Elimination Bout
Win 24-0-0 Mexico Carlos Martinez TKO 12 (1:07) January 15, 2010 TexasLaredo Civic Center, Laredo, Texas Defended WBC CABOFE Featherweight Title
Win 23-0-0 Colombia Yogli Herrera TKO 6 (1:17) October 9, 2009 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel, Ontario, California
Win 22-0-0 Russia Vyacheslav Gusev UD 10 (10) June 12, 2009 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel Ontario, California Defended WBC CABOFE Featherweight Title.
Win 21-0-0 Mexico Fernando Lizarraga TKO 2 (2:19) February 27, 2009 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel Ontario, California Won the vacant WBC CABOFE Featherweight Title.
Win 20-0-0 ColombiaSalvador Perez MD 8 (8) November 28, 2008 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel Ontario, California
Win 19-0-0 Colombia Andres Ledesma UD 8 (8) July 25, 2008 CaliforniaOmega International, Corona, California
Win 18-0-0 Mexico Rafael Urias UD 10 (10) April 14, 2008 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 17-0-0 Mexico Miguel Munguia RTD 3 (3:00) March 15, 2008 CaliforniaDoubletree Hotel, Ontario, California
Win 16-0-0 Mexico Tiburón Hernandez UD 10 (10) November 29, 2007 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 15-0-0 United States Adam Carrera KO 3 (1:52) August 15, 2007 CaliforniaOmega International, Corona, California
Win 14-0-0 Mexico Moises Zamudio TKO 6 (2:45) May 9, 2007 MexicoPalenque Hipodromo, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 13-0-0 Mexico Rodolfo Garay UD 10 (10) October 16, 2006 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Interim WBC Continental Americas Featherweight Title.
Win 12-0-0 Mexico Juan Rivera KO 2 (0:44) August 24, 2006 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 11-0-0 Mexico Manuel Castro TKO 1 (2:35) July 14, 2006 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 10-0-0 Mexico Juan Velasquez KO 4 (0:38) May 26, 2006 MexicoPlaza del Sol, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico
Win 9-0-0 Mexico Saul Lopez TKO 6 (1:14) February 25, 2006 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 8-0-0 Mexico Pablo Bojorquez TKO 3 (1:01) December 11, 2005 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 7-0-0 Mexico Carlos Valenzuela TKO 5 (1:05) September 9, 2005 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 6-0-0 Mexico Roberto Castro TKO 2 (1:56) August 13, 2005 MexicoPalenque Hipodromo, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 5-0-0 Mexico Jose Fernandez UD 6 (6) June 17, 2005 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 4-0-0 Mexico Ramon Lazcano TKO 2 (0:09) April 29, 2005 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 3-0-0 Mexico Jose Luis Alvarez TKO 3 (2:55) March 12, 2005 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 2-0-0 Mexico Andres Macias TKO 2 (2:24) January 7, 2005 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 1-0-0 Mexico Martin Borquez KO 1 (0:14) December 10, 2004 MexicoEl Foro, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Pro debut

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