Dodie Boy Peñalosa
|Dodie Boy Peñalosa|
|Real name||Diosdado Peñalosa|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (165 cm)|
November 19, 1962 |
San Carlos City,
|Wins by KO||13|
Peñalosa won the Philippine lightweight title on November 26, 1982 by a 12th round stoppage against Romy Austria. He defended it against Alfredo Guanzon on January 30, 1983 although the bout ended in a no-contest for unknown reasons.
In 1983, he became the first IBF light flyweight champion with a technical knockout win over Satoshi Shingaki who would later become the inaugural IBF bantamweight champion. He defended the title three times before vacating the belt. In 1986, he moved up to challenge WBA Flyweight Title holder Hilario Zapata but lost.
Peñalosa later captured the IBF Flyweight Title the following year with a knockout win over Hi Sup Shin. He lost the belt in his first defense to Chang-Ho Choi. In 1989, he would get another shot at the IBF Flyweight Title against Dave McAuley, but lost a split decision. He retired in 1995.
Together on April 19, 2009, the team defeated Raul Martinez in Donaire's third title defense of his IBF Flyweight championship, a belt he once held in 1987.
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- "Ex-champ Dodie Boy Peñalosa helps Donaire whip into shape". GMANews.TV. 2009-04-13.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2009-04-21.
- Joaquin Henson (December 22, 2008). "Gerry to avenge Boom Boom's loss". The Philippine Star. p. 20. Retrieved 2015-02-27.
- Rene Bonsubre, Jr. (January 8, 2010). "Pedigree and Promise: Dodie Boy Peñalosa, Jr. Pro Debut on Jan. 23". PhilBoxing.com. Retrieved 2010-03-07.
6. Cris Dela Paz Ilang (1980 to 1983) Strength Conditioning Coach. Manila, Philippines
|IBF Light Flyweight Champion
10 Dec 1983–1986
|IBF Flyweight Champion
22 Feb 1987– 5 Sep 1987
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