Dante Jardón

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Real name Dante Jardón
Nickname(s) Crazy
Weight(s) Super Featherweight
Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Reach 68 in (173 cm)
Nationality Mexico Mexican
Born (1988-12-20) December 20, 1988 (age 28)
Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Stance Counterpuncher
Boxing record
Total fights 36
Wins 30
Wins by KO 23
Losses 6
Draws 0
No contests 0

Dante Jardón (born December 20, 1988, in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico) is a Mexican professional boxer and the former WBC Youth World Super Featherweight Champion.[1]

Early life[edit]

Before becoming a boxer, Jardón was a member of Club Universidad Nacional's Fuerzas Basicas.[2]

Professional career[edit]

His first loss came by first round T.K.O. to Tomas Ramírez, He would win the Rematch by 3rd round T.K.O.[3] After his win over Colombian Orlen Padilla, Dante was assaulted at gunpoint and shot in his left arm. He made his comeback by stopping in just two rounds the number one rated Colombian José Palma.[4]

On March 26, 2010 Jardón beat veteran Fighter David Rodela by 3rd round T.K.O.[5][6]

On December 10, 2011 Jardón suffered an upsetting 3rd round KO defeat to Kyohei Tamakoshi,[7] in what was supposed to be an stay-active fight.

He is facing Adrian Estrella in July 5.

Professional record[edit]

26 Wins (21 knockouts), 5 Losses (3 knockouts), 0 Draw
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Win 26-5-0 PhilippinesJeffrey Arienza TKO 6 (2:36) 2015-04-25 MexicoArena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Won the WBC International Silver Lightweight title
Win 25-5-0 MexicoPatricio Moreno UD 10 2015-01-31 MexicoArena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Won the WBC FECOMBOX Lightweight title
Loss 24-5-0 MexicoAdrian Estrella UD 12 2014-07-05 MexicoDomo Care , Guadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico Lost WBC FECARBOX Super Featherweight title.
Loss 24-4-0 JapanTakashi Miura TKO 9 (0:55) 2013-12-31 JapanOta-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo Lost WBC World Super Featherweight title.
Win 24-3-0 MexicoGamaliel Díaz TKO 8 (0:52) 2013-08-10 MexicoAuditorio Plaza Condesa, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight title
Win 23-3-0 JapanAkinori Kanai TKO 8 (2:23) 2013-04-27 MexicoArena Mexico, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight title
Win 22-3-0 MexicoAdrian Verdugo DQ 2 (2:06) 2013-01-12 MexicoForo Polanco, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight title
Win 21-3-0 MexicoMiguel Roman UD 12 2012-10-13 MexicoPalacio de Deporte , Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Won the WBC Continental Americas Super Featherweight title
Loss 20-3-0 MexicoMiguel Roman SD 10 2012-07-28 MexicoDomo De La Feria , León, Guanajuato, Mexico
Win 20-2-0 ArgentinaBerman Sanchez RTD 7 (0:10) 2012-04-07 MexicoOasis Hotel Complex , Cancún, Mexico
Loss 19-2-0 JapanKyohei Tamakoshi KO 3 (1:41) 2011-12-10 MexicoCentro Expositor, Puebla, Puebla, Mexico Lost WBC International Super Featherweight title
Win 19-1-0 PhilippinesRicky Sismundo KO 7 (2:57) 2011-9-24 MexicoPlaza de Toros, Juriquilla, Querétaro, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 18-1-0 MexicoAdrian Tellez KO 2 (1:27) 2011-07-29 MexicoCuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 17-1-0 ArgentinaClaudio Rosendo TKO 3 (2:59) 2011-06-04 MexicoForo Polanco, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Latino & WBO Latino Super Featherweight title
Win 16-1-0 ColombiaHumberto Martínez TKO 1 (1:44) 2011-03-18 MexicoCuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained WBC Latino & Won WBO Latino Super Featherweight title
Win 15-1-0 NicaraguaRené González UD 10 (10) 2011-01-15 MexicoCuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 14-1-0 ColombiaJosé Palma DQ 2 (0:10) 2010-09-25 MexicoCuervo Salon, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 13-1-0 ColombiaOrlen Padílla KO 1 (1:42) 2010-05-08 MexicoPlaza Condesa, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 12-1-0 United StatesDavid Rodela TKO 3 (0:11) 2010-03-26 MexicoAuditorio Plaza Condesa, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico Retained his WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 11-1-0 MexicoAdalberto Borquez KO 2 (0:08) 2009-12-19 MexicoForo Scotiabank, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico Won the WBC Youth World Super Featherweight title
Win 10-1-0 MexicoIsaac Bejarano TKO 1 (0:22) 2009-09-30 MexicoAuditorio Plaza Condesa, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Win 9-1-0 MexicoLuis Pérez TKO 4 (1:33) 2009-06-24 MexicoForo Scotiabank, Polanco, Distrito Federal, Mexico

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