Oscar Albarado

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Oscar Albarado (born September 15, 1948 in Pecos, Texas) is an American retired boxer. He competed in the light middleweight division.

Professional career[edit]

Known as "Shotgun", Albarado turned pro in 1967 and captured the World, WBC, and WBA light middleweight title when he upset Koichi Wajima by KO in 1974. He defended the belt once before losing it in a rematch to Wajima in 1968 by decision. He retired after the loss.

Comeback[edit]

Albarado launched an unsuccessful comeback 5 years later, retiring in 1982 after several losses.

Professional boxing record[edit]

58 Wins (43 knockouts, 15 decisions), 13 Losses (7 knockouts, 6 decisions), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 39-1 Uganda Ayub Kalule TKO 2 1982-04-30 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
Loss 19-0 United States John Jackie Collins TKO 9 1982-02-26 Illinois Chicago, Illinois, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:42 of the ninth round.
Loss 31-4 France Louis Acaries TKO 9 1982-01-21 France Paris, France
Win 12-2 United States Larry "Mousey" Martin KO 4 1981-11-19 Missouri Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States
Loss 18-0 United States Bernard "Superbad" Mays KO 9 1981-10-14 Michigan Detroit, Michigan, United States
Win 15-6 United States "Sugar" Ray Phillips KO 7 1981-07-21 Texas Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Loss 11-0 United States Bobby Czyz TKO 3 1981-05-21 New Jersey Totowa, New Jersey, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:30 of the third round.
Win 3-4 United States Norris McKinney KO 6 1981-05-07 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Win -- Mexico Miguel Balderas KO 4 1981-03-10 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Win 4-9 United States Robert "Commodore" Perry PTS 10 1981-02-24 Texas Beaumont, Texas, United States
Loss 7-4 United States Paul Stephens KO 4 1981-01-15 Texas Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Win 2-5 Mexico German Marquez KO 2 1980-10-14 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States Marquez knocked out at 0:44 of the second round.
Win 16-33-5 United States Jesse "Chuey" Lara KO 6 1980-09-01 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Loss 29-3-1 Japan Koichi Wajima UD 15 1975-01-21 Japan Tokyo, Japan WBC/WBA World Light Middleweight Titles. 67-69, 69-70, 68-75.
Win 46-8-2 Japan Ryu Sorimachi TKO 7 1974-10-08 Japan Tokyo, Japan WBC/WBA World Light Middleweight Titles. Referee stopped the bout at 2:17 of the seventh round..
Win 29-2-1 Japan Koichi Wajima KO 15 1974-06-04 Japan Tokyo, Japan WBC/WBA World Light Middleweight Titles. Wajima knocked out at 1:57 of the 15th round.
Win 46-17-9 United States Eddie Mazon PTS 10 1974-04-26 California San Diego, California, United States
Win 45-14-8 United States Eddie Mazon UD 10 1973-11-01 California Los Angeles, California, United States 7-3, 7-2, 6-4.
Win 7-10-2 Panama Dino Del Cid KO 2 1973-06-28 California Los Angeles, California, United States Cid knocked out at 0:52 of the second round.
Loss 6-10-2 Panama Dino Del Cid TKO 1 1973-05-17 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:33 of the first round.
Win 5-3 Mexico Alex Olguin KO 4 1973-03-29 California Los Angeles, California, United States Olguin knocked out at 1:44 of the fourth round.
Win -- Rodolfo Martinez KO 3 1973-02-15 California Los Angeles, California, United States Martinez knocked out at 2:40 of the third round.
Win 16-5-1 United States Thurman Durden SD 10 1973-01-04 California Los Angeles, California, United States 6-3, 5-3, 4-5.
Win 0-1 Rey Reyes KO 1 1972-11-16 California Los Angeles, California, United States Reyes knocked out at 2:58 of the first round.
Win 41-20-9 Argentina Ruben "El Zurdo" Arocha TKO 9 1972-08-03 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:43 of the ninth round.
Win 5-7 United States Demetrio Salazar KO 4 1972-07-11 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Salazar knocked out at 2:06 of the fourth round.
Win 26-33-6 United States James "Silky" Shelton TKO 3 1972-06-06 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:58 of the third round.
Loss 44-8-1 United States Ernie "Indian Red" Lopez UD 10 1971-10-28 California Los Angeles, California, United States 3-8, 2-8, 1-10.
Win 2-2 Philippines Matt Roa KO 4 1971-10-07 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:48 of the fourth round.
Win 15-23-2 United States Bobby "Songbird" Williams UD 10 1971-08-26 California Los Angeles, California, United States 11-0, 8-2, 9-0.
Win 8-0-2 United States Freddie "Mercury" Jones TKO 1 1971-07-22 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:54 of the first round.
Draw 12-0 United States Armando Muniz PTS 10 1971-05-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States 5-3, 4-5, 4-4.
Win 1-2 United States Frankie Lewis MD 10 1971-04-16 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States 96-96, 97-95, 96-95.
Loss 13-2 United States Manuel Fierro PTS 10 1971-03-30 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 49-17-1 Mexico Raul Soriano SD 10 1970-11-24 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States 99-96, 97-95, 96-99.
Win 26-9-1 United States Larry Brazier TKO 3 1970-10-06 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 29-10-5 Philippines Pedro Adigue PTS 10 1970-06-02 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 22-7 Argentina Roberto Oscar Amaya TKO 9 1970-05-05 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win -- United States Charlie Green TKO 3 1970-04-14 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Loss 40-17 United States Percy Pugh UD 10 1970-03-30 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Loss 32-8-2 United States Adolph Pruitt PTS 10 1970-01-27 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 14-12-2 United States Bobby "Songbird" Williams TKO 7 1969-12-09 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:40 of the seventh round.
Win 80-44-3 United States LC Morgan TKO 5 1969-10-28 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:45 of the fifth round.
Win 80-43-3 United States LC Morgan DQ 5 1969-10-07 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 10-3-1 United States Thurman Durden MD 10 1969-08-14 California Los Angeles, California, United States 6-5, 5-4, 4-4.
Win 40-27-5 United States Johnny "Babbling" Brooks TKO 7 1969-06-03 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:06 of the seventh round.
Loss 26-1 United States Hedgemon Lewis UD 10 1969-04-10 California Los Angeles, California, United States 1-10, 1-11, 2-9.
Win 6-7 Mexico Miguel "Cerreros" Aguilar TKO 3 1969-03-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:43 of the third round.
Win 27-20-2 Mexico Jose Valenzuela TKO 6 1969-02-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 29-11-4 United States Miguel "Generation" Hernandez UD 10 1969-01-23 California Los Angeles, California, United States 5-3, 7-3, 8-1.
Win 9-8-3 United States Johnny Doyan KO 2 1969-01-09 California Los Angeles, California, United States Doyan knocked out at 1:29 of the second round.
Win 13-9-5 United States Jerry Graci KO 9 1968-10-29 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 13-3-1 United States Lonnie Harris KO 1 1968-09-30 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Harris knocked out at 2:20 of the first round.
Win 8-4 United States Cassius Greene KO 1 1968-09-10 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Greene knocked out at 2:42 of the first round.
Win 4-5-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez TKO 3 1968-07-17 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:04 of the third round.
Win 10-2 Mexico Gilbert de los Santos TKO 5 1968-05-03 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 4-4-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez KO 1 1968-04-02 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 4-3-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez KO 1 1968-03-19 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 0-3 United States Allen "Fighting Postman" Moten KO 1 1968-02-01 Mexico Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico
Win 16-12 Mexico Ruben "Sandwich" Rivera KO 2 1968-01-01 Mexico Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico
Win 13-25-2 Mexico Hector Ramirez KO 2 1967-12-12 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Ramirez knocked out at 2:10 of the second round.
Win 7-1 United States Billy "The Kid" Strother UD 6 1967-11-14 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win -- Chuy Andrade KO 1 1967-10-28 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 0-2 Lechero Gonzalez KO 1 1967-09-30 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win -- Piri Albarado KO 6 1967-09-02 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 31-18 United States Nat "Killer" Jackson PTS 6 1967-08-08 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Win 31-17 United States Nat "Killer" Jackson SD 6 1967-07-10 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Win 6-2 United States Gary Pannell TKO 2 1967-06-16 Louisiana Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Win 10-16-1 United States Freddie Burris TKO 2 1967-05-30 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Win -- Mexico Jesus Cuate Lara KO 3 1967-04-01 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win -- United States Ramiro Hernandez KO 3 1967-03-11 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 5-7-2 United States Genaro Morones TKO 4 1966-04-12 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:24 of the fourth round.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boxing record for Oscar Albarado. BoxRec.com.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Koichi Wajima
World Light Middleweight Champion
June 4, 1974 – January 21, 1975
Succeeded by
Koichi Wajima