Yori Boy Campas

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Luis Ramón Campas
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Statistics
Real name Luis Ramón Campas
Nickname(s) Yori Boy
Rated at middleweight
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Nationality Mexico Mexican
Born (1971-08-06) August 6, 1971 (age 42)
Navojoa, Sonora
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 130
Wins 101
Wins by KO 81
Losses 17
Draws 3
No contests 0

Yory Boy Campas (born Luis Ramón Campas August 6, 1971 in Mexico) is a Mexican boxer who was the IBF light middleweight champion of the world.[1]

Background[edit]

He is a native of Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico, where the word Yori means white. When he was young and he walked into a gym for the first time, the way he hit opponents that day impressed his trainer's "Chava Mendoza and Gilbert Marquez". He began to be nicknamed Yori Boy, and few actually know his real name is Luis Ramon. He currently trains in Three Forks, Montana. =Professional career== Campas, whose brother Armando was also a respected professional fighter, began his professional career on July 7, 1987 at the age of fifteen, by knocking out Gaby Vega in the first round at Ciudad Obregón, Sonora. His first thirteen fights were all won by knockout, and he built a record of 56-0 with 50 knockout wins by the time the IBF had him ranked as their number one world title challenger. Prior to that, he had won the Mexican and regional NABF welterweight titles. He won the NABF one on his first fight abroad, defeating Roger Turner by a twelve round decision in Las Vegas, Nevada, on June 19, 1992.[2]

Title Fight against Trinidad[edit]

Campas also beat former world champion Jorge Vaca by a knockout in round two at Tijuana, before receiving his first world title fight, September 17 of 1994 against Félix Trinidad for the IBF welterweight title, as part of a Pay Per View undercard that featured Julio César Chávez's rematch against Meldrick Taylor for the WBC light welterweight title. Campas, who had been considered by many Mexicans to be the next Chávez, dropped Trinidad in round two, but he lost, for his first professional defeat in 57 bouts.[3]

Campas came back with seven straight wins, including one that gave him the WBO's regional NABO welterweight title, when he knocked out former world champion Genaro Leon in three rounds, August 7 of 1995. On September 6, 1996, he was given a second world title try, against José Luis Lopez, for the WBO welterweight title, in Los Angeles, California. Campas lost by knockout in round six.[4]

Capturing a World Title[edit]

Campas then decided to campaign in the light middleweight division, beating Fidel Avendano by a knockout in round two in his first fight there. Campas had four straight wins before challenging for a world title again, this time against the IBF light middleweight champion Raul Marquez. On December 6, 1997, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Campas became world champion by knocking out Marquez in round eight. He defended his title three times, beating Anthony Stephens by a knockout in three at Ledyard, Connecticut, Pedro Ortega by technical knockout in eleven at Tijuana, and Larry Barnes, by knockout in three in Las Vegas. On December 12 of 1998, however, he lost the title, after quitting in his corner in the seventh round against Fernando Vargas at Las Vegas.[5]

After two wins in a row, he lost to Oba Carr. For his next fight, however, he became the first boxer to beat Tony Ayala, when Ayala was knocked out in round eight by Campas at San Antonio, Texas.[6] On March 16 of 2002, he received his next world title shot, for the vacant WBO light middleweight title, against Puerto Rico's Daniel Santos, once again in Las Vegas. He lost by knockout in round eleven.

After one more knockout win, he tried to gain the WBC & WBA light middleweight titles against Oscar de la Hoya, on May 3, 2003, again, in Las Vegas. He lost that fight by knockout in round seven.[7]

During a press conference held at Phoenix, Arizona, on March 24, 2004, Campas announced he had moved to that city. Two days later, he returned to the ring after a ten month layoff, defeating Dumont Dewey Welliver by a ten round split decision. He followed his win over Welliver with an eight round decision win over Raul Munoz, also in Phoenix. Campas then suffered a mild upset, when he was beaten by the relatively unknown Eric Regan by decision in twelve rounds, at Oroville, California.

His 2006 fight against Ireland's John Duddy was a candidate for the 2006 Fight of the Year.[8]

100th Career Victory[edit]

On 30 March 2012 Campas reached a significant milestone when he chalked up the 100th win of his career via a 2nd round knockout of Mauro Lucero. The win gave Campas his 79th win inside the distance and improved his overall record to 100-16-1 [9]

Professional boxing record[edit]

101 Wins (79 knockouts, 22 decisions), 17 Losses, 3 Draws[10]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Draw 101-17-3 Mexico Octavio Castro TD 2 (10) 2013-10-04 Mexico Explanada Tecate, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Draw 101-17-2 Mexico Cristian Solano TD 10 (10) 2013-06-28 Mexico Forum del Mayo, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 101-17-1 Mexico Gabriel Alejandro Martinez SD 10 2013-02-15 Mexico Forum del Mayo, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Loss 100-17-1 Australia Les Sherrington UD 12 2012-07-28 Australia Gold Coast Convention Centre, Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia For vacant WBF & vacant IBF Pan Pacific Middleweight titles.
Win 100-16-1 Mexico Mauro Lucero KO 2 (10), 2:32 2012-03-30 Mexico Cancha Municipal, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Loss 99-16-1 Mexico Jorge Cota KO 8 (10), 2:52 2011-11-19 Mexico Estadio Centenario, Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico
Win 99-15-1 Argentina Marcelo Angelano Rodríguez TKO 3 (10), 2:23 2011-08-06 Mexico Gimnasio Municipal, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico Won vacant WBA Fedelatin Super Welterweight Title.
Win 98-15-1 Mexico Rogelio Medina TKO 6 (10) 2011-06-17 Mexico Explanada Tecate, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 97-15-1 MexicoOctavio Castro UD 10 2011-04-15 Mexico Cancha Municipal, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 96-15-1 United StatesMatt Vanda UD 10 2011-02-18 Mexico Cancha Municipal, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 95-15-1 Mexico Esteban Camou TKO 5 (10), 0:10 2010-12-17 MexicoExplanada Tecate, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 94-15-1 GermanyJuergen Hartenstein TKO 2 (12), 2:25 2010-09-17 MexicoForum del Mayo, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 93-15-1 United States Taronze Washington UD 6 2010-07-15 United States Escapade 2001, Houston, Texas, United States
Loss 92-15-1 Puerto Rico Hector Camacho Jr. SD 12 2009-10-30 United States Don Haskins Convention Center, El Paso, Texas, United States
Draw 92-14-1 Puerto Rico Hector Camacho SD 8 2009-05-09 United States DoubleTree Hotel, Orlando, Florida, United States
Loss 92-14 Mexico Marcos Reyes MD 12 2009-03-21 Mexico Gimnasio Rodrigo Quevedo, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico vacant WBC FECOMBOX Middleweight Title on the line.
Loss 92-13 Mexico Saul Roman RTD 9 (12), 3:00 2008-11-08 Mexico Auditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 92-12 MexicoAlejandro Garcia KO 1 (10), 1:48 2008-06-21 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Loss 91-12 United Kingdom Matthew Macklin UD 12 2008-03-22 Republic of Ireland National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
Loss 91-11 Finland Amin Asikainen TKO 7 (10), 0:56 2008-02-01 Finland Toolo Sports Hall, Helsinki, Finland
Win 91-10 MexicoFernando Vela TKO 5 (10), 1:36 2007-11-30 United StatesJacob Brown Auditorium, Brownsville, Texas, United States
Win 90-10 United StatesNorberto Bravo UD 10 2007-08-31 United StatesCasino Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona, United States Won vacant IBA Americas Super Welterweight Title.
Win 89-10 United StatesBilly Lyell UD 10 2007-06-15 United StatesChevrolet Centre, Youngstown, Ohio, United States
Loss 88-10 Nigeria Eromosele Albert UD 12 2007-05-02 United States Mahi Temple Shrine Auditorium, Miami, Florida, United States
Loss 88–9 Republic of IrelandJohn Duddy UD 12 2006-09-29 United StatesMadison Square Garden, New York, New York, United States IBA Middleweight Title on the line.
Win 88–8 United StatesMiguel Hernandez RTD 5 (10), 3:00 2006-07-15 United StatesFifth Third Ballpark, Comstock Park, Michigan, United States
Win 87–8 MexicoEsteban Camou TKO 6 (12), 1:34 2005-09-30 MexicoExplanada Tecate, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Loss 86–8 United StatesMatt Vanda SD 12 2005-06-24 United StatesTarget Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States Won vacant IBA Americas Super Welterweight Title on the line.
Win 86–7 MexicoRigoberto Placencia KO 2 (12), 1:34 2005-04-07 United StatesHilton Convention Center, Burbank, California, United States Retained WBC Mundo Hispano Middleweight Title.
Loss 85–7 United StatesEric Regan UD 12 2005-01-21 United StatesFeather Falls Casino, Oroville, California, United States IBA Continental Middleweight Title on the line.
Win 85–6 United StatesRaul Munoz UD 8 2004-11-06 United StatesGlendale Arena, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Win 84–6 United StatesGabriel Holguin MD 10 2004-10-15 United StatesCasino Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona, United States Won WBC Mundo Hispano Middleweight Title.
Win 83–6 United StatesAndres Pacheco SD 10 2004-07-09 United StatesDon Haskins Convention Center, El Paso, Texas, United States
Win 82–6 United StatesAnthony Shuler TKO 1 (12), 1:16 2004-05-08 United StatesDodge Theater, Phoenix, Arizona, United States Won vacant IBA Americas Super Welterweight Title.
Win 81–6 United StatesDumont Welliver SD 10 2004-03-26 United StatesDodge Theater, Phoenix, Arizona, United States Won vacant IBA Americas Super Welterweight Title.
Loss 80–6 United StatesOscar De La Hoya TKO 7 (12), 2:54 2003-05-03 United StatesMandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States WBA Super World/WBC Super Welterweight World Titles on the line.
Win 80–5 United StatesGeorge Klinesmith KO 2 (10), 1:57 2002-11-15 United StatesLaredo Entertainment Center, Laredo, Texas, United States
Loss 79–5 Puerto RicoDaniel Santos TKO 11 (12), 2:54 2002-03-16 United StatesBally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States vacant WBO Super Welterweight World Title on the line.
Win 79–4 United StatesRoni Martinez TKO 5 (10) 2001-09-30 United StatesGrand Victoria Casino, Rising Sun, Indiana, United States
Win 78–4 KenyaChris Sande UD 10 2001-06-16 MexicoCentro de Usos Multiples, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
Win 77–4 United StatesTony Menefee TKO 4 (10), 3:00 2001-02-25 United StatesGreyhound Park, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Win 76–4 United StatesRob Bleakley TKO 4 (10), 0:51 2000-11-19 United StatesMidnight Rodeo, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Win 75–4 United StatesTony Ayala, Jr. RTD 8 (10), 0:51 2000-07-28 United StatesFreeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas, United States
Loss 74–4 United StatesOba Carr TKO 8 (10), 3:00 2000-03-04 United StatesMandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 74–3 United StatesRudy Lovato TKO 5 (10), 3:00 1999-11-20 United StatesParadise Casino, Yuma, Arizona, United States
Win 73–3 United StatesRonald Weaver UD 10 1999-06-26 United StatesMandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 72–3 United StatesFernando Vargas RTD 7 (12), 3:00 1998-12-12 United StatesTrump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Lost IBF Super Welterweight World Title.
Win 72–2 United StatesLarry Barnes TKO 3 (12), 3:00 1998-09-18 United StatesThomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Retained IBF Super Welterweight World Title.
Win 71–2 MexicoPedro Ortega TKO 11 (12), 1:52 1998-06-05 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Retained IBF Super Welterweight World Title.
Win 70–2 United StatesAnthony Stephens RTD 3 (12), 3:00 1998-03-23 United StatesFoxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut, United States Retained IBF Super Welterweight World Title.
Win 69–2 United StatesRaul Marquez TKO 8 (12), 2:29 1997-12-06 United StatesAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico Won IBF Super Welterweight World Title.
Win 68–2 United StatesVerdell Smith UD 10 1997-07-11 United StatesMemorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California, United States
Win 67–2 KenyaChris Sande UD 10 1997-06-02 MexicoMemorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California, United States
Win 66–2 MexicoRito Ruvalcaba TKO 5 (?), ?:?? 1997-02-21 MexicoMemorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California, United States
Win 65–2 MexicoFidel Avendano TKO 2 (?), ?:?? 1996-11-29 MexicoMemorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California, United States
Loss 64–2 MexicoJose Luis Lopez RTD 5 (12), 3:00 1996-10-06 United StatesSports Arena, Los Angeles, California, United States WBO Welterweight World Title on the line.
Win 64–1 United StatesRay Collins UD 12 1996-03-04 United StatesGreat Western Forum, Inglewood, California, United States Retained WBO NABO Welterweight Title.
Win 63-1 MexicoFrancisco Javier Altamirano TKO 8 (10), ?:?? 1995-12-08 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 62-1 United StatesAnthony Jones KO 2 (10), ?:?? 1995-11-04 United StatesCaesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 61-1 VenezuelaManuel Rojas TKO 1 (?), 2:49 1995-10-09 MexicoAuditorio Municipal, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 60–1 MexicoGenaro Léon TKO 3 (12), ?:?? 1995-08-07 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico Retained WBO NABO Welterweight Title.
Win 59-1 United StatesHeath Todd TKO 3 (10), ?:?? 1995-06-19 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 58-1 NigeriaYoung Dick Tiger UD 10 1995-04-06 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 57–1 United StatesCassius Clay Horne TKO 4 (12), ?:?? 1995-02-16 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States Won WBO NABO Welterweight Title.
Loss 56–1 Puerto RicoFelix Trinidad TKO 4 (12), 2:41 1994-09-17 United StatesSports Arena, Los Angeles, California, United States IBF Welterweight World Title on the line.
Win 56–0 United StatesAnthony Ivory TKO 9 (10), ?:?? 1994-07-27 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 55–0 MexicoJorge Vaca TKO 2 (10), ?:?? 1994-02-16 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 54–0 United StatesFloyd Williams KO 4 (10), ?:?? 1993-12-04 United StatesReno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno, Nevada, United States
Win 53–0 United StatesAnthony Ivory UD 10 1993-11-12 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 52–0 United StatesGriffin Goleman KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1993-08-27 United StatesArco Arena, Sacramento, California, United States
Win 51–0 United StatesRicky Stoner TKO 7 (?), ?:?? 1993-07-24 United StatesHouston, Texas, United States
Win 50–0 United StatesLouis Howard KO 8 (?), ?:?? 1993-06-10 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 49–0 United StatesRicky Lehman KO 3 (?), ?:?? 1993-05-21 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 48–0 United StatesDavid Taylor TKO 8 (?), ?:?? 1993-03-12 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 47–0 United StatesSteve Barreras TKO 2 (?), ?:?? 1993-01-29 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 46-0 United States William Hernandez KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1992-12-04 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 45–0 ArgentinaOscar Ponce TKO 7 (?), ?:?? 1992-10-17 United StatesMiami, Florida, United States
Win 44-0 Brazil Luciano Torres KO 1 (10), ?:?? 1992-08-26 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 43–0 United StatesRoger Turner MD 12 1992-06-19 United StatesCaesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won NABF Welterweight Title.
Win 42–0 MexicoSamuel Martinez TKO 5 (12), 2:29 1992-05-02 United StatesBally's Hotel & Casino, Reno, Nevada, United States Retained Mexico Welterweight Title.
Win 41–0 MexicoUltiminio Martinez KO 3 (10), ?:?? 1992-04-04 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 40–0 MexicoJulian Benitez KO 1 (12), ?:?? 1992-03-02 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico Retained Mexico Welterweight Title.
Win 39–0 United StatesGreg Dickson KO 2 (10), ?:?? 1991-11-11 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 38–0 United StatesFrankie Davis TKO 4 (10), 0:27 1991-10-05 United StatesReno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno, Nevada, United States
Win 37–0 MexicoJose Luis Bedolla TKO 3 (12), ?:?? 1991-08-10 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico Retained Mexico Welterweight Title.
Win 36–0 United StatesCassius Clay Horne TKO 2 (?), ?:?? 1991-07-08 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 35–0 MexicoJesus Cardenas KO 7 (12), ?:?? 1991-05-24 MexicoEstadio Ciclon Echavaria, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico Won Mexico Welterweight Title.
Win 34–0 MexicoRey Morales KO 6 (10), ?:?? 1991-03-08 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 33–0 MexicoRoman Nunez TKO 3 (?), ?:?? 1991-02-04 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 32–0 MexicoLuis Francisco Perez TKO 3 (?), ?:?? 1990-12-10 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 31–0 MexicoMartin Quiroz UD 10 1990-11-24 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 30–0 MexicoVictor Lozoya KO 3 (?), ?:?? 1990-09-28 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 29-0 MexicoJulian Benitez KO 8 (?), ?:?? 1990-08-20 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 28–0 MexicoMartin Quiroz UD 10 1990-11-24 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 27–0 MexicoJorge Hernandez KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1990-05-04 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 26–0 MexicoManuel Ramos KO 4 (?), ?:?? 1990-03-12 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 25–0 MexicoJesus Ramirez KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1990-02-12 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 24–0 MexicoFederico Renteria KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1989-12-15 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 23–0 MexicoCorona Dominguez KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1989-10-30 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 22–0 MexicoSantana Yanez TKO 4 (?), ?:?? 1989-09-29 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 21–0 MexicoMartin Contreras TKO 5 (?), ?:?? 1989-08-14 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 20–0 MexicoAntonio Martinez KO 3 (?), ?:?? 1989-06-16 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 19–0 MexicoRigoberto Garcia TKO 7 (?), ?:?? 1989-04-24 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 18–0 MexicoDavid Lopez TKO 8 (10), ?:?? 1989-04-07 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 17–0 MexicoRosario Guerrero KO 4 (?), ?:?? 1989-03-13 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 16–0 MexicoDavid Lopez UD 12 1988-12-02 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 15–0 MexicoJose Lopez TKO 6 (?), ?:?? 1988-11-07 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 14–0 MexicoSergio Vacasehua UD 10 1988-10-14 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 13–0 MexicoLuis Rodriguez KO 4 (?), ?:?? 1988-08-22 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 12–0 MexicoJose Lopez TKO 8 (10), ?:?? 1988-07-11 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 11–0 MexicoLuis Garcia KO 4 (8), ?:?? 1988-06-20 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 10–0 MexicoJorge Ahumada KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1988-04-19 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 9–0 MexicoGaby Vega KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1988-04-01 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 8–0 MexicoHeriberto Ruiz KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1988-03-04 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 7–0 MexicoSegio Garcia KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1988-02-19 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 6–0 MexicoSebastian Mendez KO 2 (?), ?:?? 1988-01-10 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 5–0 MexicoPaulino Gasca KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1987-12-20 MexicoTijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Win 4–0 MexicoMiguel Ayala KO 1 (?), ?:?? 1987-12-13 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 3–0 MexicoRene Flores KO 3 (4), ?:?? 1987-11-23 MexicoNavojoa, Sonora, Mexico
Win 2–0 MexicoRoberto Lopez KO 2 (4), ?:?? 1987-11-12 MexicoHuatabampo, Sonora, Mexico
Win 1–0 MexicoGaby Vega KO 1 (4), ?:?? 1987-07-11 MexicoCiudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico Campas professional debut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yory Boy Campas - Boxrec Boxing Encyclopaedia". Boxrec.com. Retrieved 2013-02-27. 
  2. ^ October 29th, 2009 By Pedro Fernandez (2009-10-29). "Victim Of Boxing Corruption: “Yory Boy” Campas". Ringtalk. Retrieved 2013-02-27. 
  3. ^ http://www.thesweetscience.com/boxing-article/4412/yory-boy-campas-shot-not/
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  5. ^ Katz, Michael (13 December 1998). "Ivan outslugs Gatti again". Daily News. Retrieved 30 May 2010. 
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Achievements
Vacant
Title last held by
Tony Gannarelli
NABO Welterweight Champion
August 7 1995 - October 6 1996
Lost bid for world title
Vacant
Title next held by
Santiago Samaniego
Preceded by
Raul Marquez
IBF Light Middleweight Champion
6 December 1997–12 December 1998
Succeeded by
Fernando Vargas

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