Carl Davis Drumond

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Carl Davis Drumond
Statistics
Rated at Heavyweight
Nationality Costa Rican
Born (1975-02-09) 9 February 1975 (age 42)
Puerto Limón, Costa Rica
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 33
Wins 29
Wins by KO 23
Losses 4

Carl Davis Drumond (born 9 February 1975) is a Costa Rican professional boxer who has challenged once for a world heavyweight title.

Professional career[edit]

Drumond turned professional in February 2005 at the Limon, Costa Rica. On his debut as a professional, Drumond faced Miguel Osorio, who he dispatched in the first round.[1]

Upon winning all his first 26 matches (one win was over former IBF-cruiserweight-champion Kelvin Davis (boxer)) Drumond challenged Ruslan Chagaev for the WBA heavyweight title on (7 February 2009). Chagaev won on technical decision after Drumond accidentally head-butted him twice in the third and fourth rounds, leaving Chagaev with a cut on his left eye. The referee decided to stop the fight after the sixth round as blood was coming out of that cut Chagaev sustained. The judges all had Chagaev in front on the scorecards, so he was declared the winner according to WBA-rules. He lost his next fight against Derric Rossy on 31 July 2009 by unanimous decision.[2]

Professional boxing record[edit]

27 Wins (21 knockouts, 6 decisions), 3 Losses (1 knockout, 2 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 22-9-1 Nicaragua Henry "La Mole" Saenz KO 1 3 Nov 2011 Costa Rica Zapote District, San José, Costa Rica Saenz was knocked out at 0:58 of the first round.
Loss 15-0 Cuba Odlanier "La Sombra" Solis RTD 3 20 Mar 2010 Florida Key West, Florida, United States WBC International/World Boxing Association Fedelatin Heavyweight Title. Drumond retired after the third round.
Loss 21-2 United States Derric "The Shaolin Fist" Rossy UD 10 31 Jul 2009 Florida Hollywood, Florida, United States WBC USNBC Heavyweight Title . 91-99, 91-99, 91-99.
Loss 24-0-1 Uzbekistan Ruslan "White Tyson" Chagaev TD 6 7 Feb 2009 Germany Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany WBA World Heavyweight Title. Bout was stopped after the sixth round due to an accidental headbut. 56-58, 54-60, 56-58.
Win 13-8 Argentina Alejandro Agustin "King Kong" Alvarez KO 1 30 Jun 2008 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Alvarez was knocked out at 1:22 of the first round.
Win 21-6 Panama "El Lenador" Luis Andres Pineda UD 10 19 Apr 2008 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica 98.5-94.5, 98.5-95, 97-93.5.
Win 27-10 Brazil Edegar Da Silva KO 1 31 Jan 2008 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Silva was knocked out at 2:18 of the first round after being knocked down thrice.
Win 24-6-2 United States Kelvin "Concrete" Davis UD 10 17 Nov 2007 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica 97-93, 96-94, 93-92.
Win 15-4-1 Bolivia Saul "El Fenix Asesino" Farah KO 2 15 Oct 2007 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica IBF Latino Heavyweight Title. Farah knocked out at 1:38 of the second round.
Win 22-32-2 United States Sedreck "Big Buck" Fields UD 8 30 Jul 2007 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 18-6 Brazil Adenilson "Maguilinha" Rodrigues TKO 3 30 Apr 2007 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica WBC FECARBOX Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:27 of the third round.
Win 18-12-2 Nicaragua Walter "Litron" Palacios TKO 5 12 Feb 2007 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica WBO Latino Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 0:24 of the fifth round.
Win 2-3-1 Panama Arcenio Cuestas KO 2 20 Nov 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 15-20-1 United States Ramon "The Panther" Hayes UD 8 13 Oct 2006 Florida Hollywood, Florida, United States 79-73, 79-73, 78-74.
Win 11-8 Argentina Mariano Ramon "Chiquito" Ocampo UD 10 18 Sep 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 0-1 Nicaragua Milton Rodriguez KO 1 19 Aug 2006 Costa Rica Limon, Costa Rica Rodriguez was knocked out at 2:58 of the first round.
Win 1-9 Nicaragua David "El Nene" Orozco KO 1 18 Jul 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Orozco was knocked out at 2:53 of the first round.
Win 17-11-2 Nicaragua Walter "Litron" Palacios UD 8 29 May 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica 80-71, 79-72, 79-73.
Win 0-5 Colombia Ambar Loboa KO 2 30 Apr 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Loboa was knocked out at 1:52 of the second round.
Win 2-2-1 Panama Arcenio Cuestas KO 2 20 Mar 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Cuestas was knocked out at 1:14 of the second round.
Win 5-3 Nicaragua Lester Vargas KO 2 28 Feb 2006 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 5-2 Nicaragua Lester Vargas KO 5 11 Dec 2005 Costa Rica Heredia, Costa Rica
Win -- Costa Rica Olger Castro KO 1 17 Nov 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 2-10 Nicaragua Juan Luis Gonzalez KO 2 16 Oct 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 0-2 Nicaragua Armando Sune KO 1 16 Sep 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 2-9 Nicaragua Juan Luis Gonzalez KO 1 14 Aug 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Gonzalez knocked out at 2:34 of the first round.
Win 10-2-1 Nicaragua Marvin Aguilar TKO 1 27 Jul 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Referee stopped the bout at 0:57 of the first round.
Win -- Costa Rica Rene Lopez TKO 1 30 May 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win -- Costa Rica Jose Palacios KO 1 28 Mar 2005 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica
Win 0-1 Costa Rica Miguel Osorio KO 1 19 Feb 2005 Costa Rica Limon, Costa Rica

References[edit]

  1. ^ Boxrec. "Carl Davis Drumond". Boxrec Fighter Page. Retrieved 5 January 2009. 
  2. ^ Rold, Cliff. Victor Cayo announces arrival, beats former champ Diaz, boxingscene.com, 1 August 2009

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