Gerry Peñalosa

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Gerry Peñalosa
Gerry Penalosa.jpg
Peñalosa in 2008
Statistics
Real name Geronimo Peñalosa
Nickname(s) Fearless
Rated at
Height 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)
Reach 65 in (165 cm)
Nationality Filipino
Born (1972-08-07) August 7, 1972 (age 44)
San Carlos City,
Negros Occidental,
Philippines
Stance Southpaw
Boxing record
Total fights 65
Wins 55
Wins by KO 37
Losses 8
Draws 2

Geronimo "Gerry" Peñalosa (born August 7, 1972) is a Filipino former professional boxer who competed from 1989 to 2010. He is a two-weight world champion, having held the WBC and lineal super flyweight titles from 1997 to 1998, and the WBO bantamweight title from 2007 to 2009. Originally from San Carlos City, Peñalosa currently resides in Manila. He was trained mainly by Freddie Roach, and went on to become a boxing trainer himself after retirement. Peñalosa's older brother, Dodie Boy Peñalosa, is also a former boxer and world champion.

Professional career[edit]

Early years at flyweight[edit]

Peñalosa turned professional in 1989. He made his debut against Fidel Jubay on May 20, 1989, and won the bout by knockout.

Super flyweight[edit]

He captured the WBC and lineal super flyweight title with a decision win over Hiroshi Kawashima on 27 February 1997 and has defended the title three times since then.[1]

He later lost it on points to In-Joo Cho on 29 August 1998. Two years later, he had a rematch with Cho to regain the title but again lost by controversial unanimous decision.

Retirement and comeback[edit]

On 24 September 2001, he challenged Masamori Tokuyama who then succeeded Cho in being the WBC super flyweight champion. However, he lost by another controversial split decision. The two fought again on 20 December 2002 but the result was the same, in Tokuyama's favor. Peñalosa temporarily retired that year.

Peñalosa returned to boxing two years later. He defeated Bangsaen Sithpraprom for the World Boxing Foundation (WBFo) super flyweight title on 7 November 2004.

Super bantamweight[edit]

On 17 March 2007, he took on Daniel Ponce de León who then held the WBO super bantamweight title. In the fight, Peñalosa displayed his intelligence, excellent boxing skills and defensive abilities. De León who is a knockout artist could not land a clear punch on Penalosa. Penalosa answered with stinging counters that frustrated De Leon. Although De Leon was the busier boxer, most of his punches landed in the air and on Penalosa's gloves. However, De Leon won via unanimous decision.

Return to bantamweight[edit]

WBO champion[edit]

On August 11, 2007, the veteran Filipino boxer took on Jhonny González of Mexico for the WBO bantamweight title at the Arco Arena in Sacramento, California, California.[2] Peñalosa went down in weight and dethroned the Mexican fighter at the 7th round.

The younger fighter appeared to be in control of the match in the early rounds, as he skillfully kept the much shorter Peñalosa away with crisp jabs. Peñalosa stayed patient and continued to walk forward even though he is getting hit by some of the Mexican's punches. In the seventh round, Peñalosa got an opportunity, when Gonzales launched a strong right that missed Peñalosa head. Gonzalez failed to pull his arm back quickly and at that short moment, leaving a hole for the veteran fighter, who then threw a precise and solid left hook to Gonzalez’ body. The defending champion fell on the canvas a few moments after receiving the counter-attack; the Mexican tried to get up and fight again but failed to do it remained down on the canvas. This was Peñalosa's second world title in 10 years.[3]

He defended the title in Quezon City, Philippines by stopping former world title holder Ratanachai Sor Vorapin of Thailand in the eighth round on 6 April 2008.[4]

This was the second time he fought Sor Vorapin in which Peñalosa prevailed on both encounters.

On February 21, 2009, Peñalosa took on German Meraz of Mexico at the Cebu Coliseum in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines; the two fought in the main event of the "Battle of the Bantamweights" card. The WBO title was not at stake. The Filipino boxer won the fight by unanimous decision after 10 rounds.[5]

Events outside the ring[edit]

After the Manny Pacquiao-Marco Antonio Barrera rematch in Las Vegas, Peñalosa and Jorge Arce of Mexico nearly figured in a fistfight, according to a report by Philboxing.com. The two boxers crossed their way out of the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The boxing website said its sources revealed that it was Arce who challenged Peñalosa to a fight. Peñalosa was reportedly with his wife Goody and Japanese associate Kosuke Washio when the incident happened. Arce was reportedly irritated when one spectator told him upon seeing Penalosa that the Filipino boxer is more popular than him. The proud Mexican, the report said, apparently did not like the comments and immediately confronted the Filipino world champion. According to the report, Peñalosa was apparently irked by Arce's actuations and tried to follow the Mexican boxer but was prevailed upon by Goody.[6]

Super bantamweight[edit]

He later fought on 25 April 2009, in Puerto Rico against Puerto Rican sensation Juan Manuel López for the WBO Super Bantamweight Championship. The showdown featured as a Champion versus Champion match because the two fighters were both holders of WBO World titles. Penalosa had the bantamweight title and Lopez had the super bantamweight belt.

Early in the fight, both pugilists exchanged combinations, with López gaining a slight advantage by targeting the head and body of Peñalosa. This pattern continued in the third and fourth rounds, while the challenger continued counterattacking despite receiving more damage. Between the fifth and sixth chapters, both pugilists exchanged combinations, with Peñalosa scoring his most solid punches. During the following two rounds, López managed to establish control of the offensive's tempo, but Peñalosa continued using his counterattack. Prior to the ninth chapter, Peñalosa's trainer, Freddie Roach, warned him that he had to win by knockout or the fight would be stopped. In the round, the pattern continued with few variations, once it was over Roach submitted the fight. With this technical knockout, López became the first boxer to defeat the veteran by knockout.[7]

After the fight, the Filipino boxer said: "He (Lopez) was too big for me. I felt his punches. But I hope he wasn't lying after the fight when he said he felt my punches, too. I was the underdog but I gave it my best. I trained hard for that fight". Then Penalosa talked about a possible retirement after one last fight, as he wants to hang up his gloves as a champion. Many people, including members of his family and his friend, Manny Pacquiao, wanted Peñalosa to quit boxing already, saying he has nothing more to prove in the sport.[8][9]

In April, Penalosa was stripped of his bantamweight title for failing to defend it within one year.[10]

Farewell fights[edit]

However, Peñalosa decided to fight for one more time. Many tough boxers were considered to be his possible next opponent, including Jorge Arce, Daniel Ponce de Leon, Eric Morel and Vic Darchinyan.[11]

On 13 February 2010, Peñalosa faced Eric Morel (41-2) of Puerto Rico for the interim WBO bantamweight title at the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, Nevada. The veteran fighter trained at the Wild Card Gym in Los Angeles under the guidance of coach Freddie Roach, along with Filipino prospect Bernabe Concepcion and seven-division world champion Manny Pacquiao.[12] The bout was part of the card named "Pinoy Power 3", in which four other Filipino boxers fought.[13] Peñalosa eventually lost the bout by a controversial Split Decision.[14][15]

At the opening round the Puerto Rican looked to stick and move while Peñalosa took on the role of the aggressor. In the early rounds Morel appeared a bit more active. Peñalosa received a bad low blow in the 2nd round and was given some time to recover. In the 6th round a clash of heads opened a cut over the Filipino's right eyes; a few moments later, another headbutt opened a severe laceration over Peñalosa's left eye. The injury bled profusely during the next rounds, but he was able to hurt the opponent with strong body punches and seemed to take control of the fight. With the bleeding clearly bothering him, the "Fearless" boxer continued to attack as Morel seemed to keep away from him. Peñalosa continued along this way through the championship rounds, while Morel looked to jab and retreat. During the last rounds, Peñalosa fought hard but apparently hadn't done enough to impress the judges.[16] Two judges scored the fight 115-113 and 116-112 for Morel, while the third and final card scored the bout 113-115 for Peñalosa. FightFan.com had the bout scored 115-113 for Peñalosa.[17] Some people even said that the Filipino boxer should have won over the Puerto Rican, including his trainer, Freddie Roach, and Manny Pacquiao.[18]

Following the fight against Morel, Peñalosa stated that he will fight for one last time against Yodsaenkeng Kietmangmee of Thailand on October 10, 2010. The Filipino pugilist also revealed that the proceeds of this match will be given to Z Gorres to help him with his medical expenses.[19] The event, called "Golpe Golpe na Zamboanga: The Last Hurrah", was held at the Zamboanga City Coliseum.[20] The former world champion won the bout by TKO in the 4th round.[21]

Peñalosa finished his 21-year career with a professional record of 55 wins, with 37 knockouts, 8 losses and 2 draws.

Retirement[edit]

After retiring as a fighter he became a boxing promoter with his nephew, Dave Peñalosa, among the boxers in his stable.[22]

Outside the ring[edit]

On April 21, 2008, Peñalosa won in the game show Wheel of Fortune held in the Philippines, defeating fellow boxers Rey Bautista and Alex John Banal. The prize he earned was worth P159,000 ($3,791).[23]

Peñalosa served as the trainer of IBF flyweight champion Nonito Donaire in 2008.[24]

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
65 fights 55 wins 8 losses
By knockout 37 1
By decision 18 7
Draws 2
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
65 Win 55–8–2 Thailand Anan Saeauy TKO 4 (10), 1:49 Oct 10, 2010 Philippines Mayor Vitaliano D. Agan Coliseum, Zamboanga City, Philippines
64 Loss 54–8–2 Puerto Rico Eric Morel SD 12 Feb 13, 2010 United States Las Vegas Hilton, Winchester, Nevada, U.S. For vacant WBO interim bantamweight title
63 Loss 54–7–2 Puerto Rico Juan Manuel López RTD 10 (12), 0:10 Apr 25, 2009 Puerto Rico Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez, Bayamón, Puerto Rico For WBO super bantamweight title
62 Win 54–6–2 Mexico German Meraz UD 10 Feb 21, 2009 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
61 Win 53–6–2 Thailand Chaiya Pothang TKO 8 (12), 2:31 Apr 6, 2008 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines Retained WBO bantamweight title
60 Win 52–6–2 Mexico Jhonny González KO 7 (12), 2:45 Aug 11, 2007 United States ARCO Arena, Sacramento, California, U.S. Won WBO bantamweight title
59 Loss 51–6–2 Mexico Daniel Ponce de León UD 12 Mar 17, 2007 United States Mandalay Bay Events Center, Paradise, Nevada, U.S. For WBO and IBA super bantamweight titles
58 Win 51–5–2 Panama Mauricio Martinez TKO 9 (10), 1:05 Oct 21, 2006 United States Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas, U.S.
57 Win 50–5–2 Mexico Tomas Rojas UD 10 Jul 2, 2006 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
56 Win 49–5–2 Paraguay Feliciano Dario Azuaga UD 10 Dec 10, 2005 Philippines Ynares Center, Antipolo, Philippines
55 Win 48–5–2 Thailand Bangsaen Sithpraprom KO 7 (12), 1:45 Nov 27, 2004 Philippines PAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque, Philippines Won vacant WBF super flyweight title
54 Win 47–5–2 Thailand Samingkao Chutipol TKO 2 (10), 2:35 Sep 19, 2004 Philippines Sports and Cultural Complex, Mandaue, Philippines
53 Loss 46–5–2 Japan Masamori Tokuyama SD 12 Dec 20, 2002 Japan Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, Japan For WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
52 Win 46–4–2 Japan Seiji Tanaka RTD 7 (12), 3:00 Aug 20, 2002 United States Neal S. Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S. Retained WBC International super flyweight title
51 Win 45–4–2 Mexico Oscar Andrade UD 12 May 24, 2002 United States Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, California, U.S. Won NABF super flyweight title
50 Win 44–4–2 Philippines Joel Avila TD 8 (12) Mar 2, 2002 Philippines Makati Coliseum, Makati, Philippines Retained WBC International super flyweight title;
TD after Avila sustained a cut from an accidental head clash
49 Loss 43–4–2 Japan Masamori Tokuyama UD 12 Sep 24, 2001 Japan Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan For WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
48 Win 43–3–2 Japan Keiji Yamaguchi TKO 1 (12), 1:33 May 5, 2001 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines Retained WBC International super flyweight title
47 Win 42–3–2 Thailand Chaiya Pothang TKO 6 (12) Nov 25, 2000 Philippines PAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque, Philippines Retained WBC International super flyweight title
46 Win 41–3–2 Thailand Pone Saengmorakot TKO 6 (12) May 27, 2000 Philippines PAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque, Philippines Won vacant WBC International super flyweight title
45 Loss 40–3–2 South Korea In-Joo Cho SD 12 Jan 2, 2000 South Korea Sheraton Grand Walkerhill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea For WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
44 Win 40–2–2 Panama Ramon Jose Hurtado KO 2 (12), 1:51 Jun 5, 1999 United States Grand Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi, U.S. Won vacant WBANABA super flyweight title
43 Loss 39–2–2 South Korea In-Joo Cho SD 12 Aug 29, 1998 South Korea Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Seoul, South Korea Lost WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
42 Draw 39–1–2 Mexico Joel Luna Zárate TD 2 (12) Apr 25, 1998 Philippines Cuneta Astrodome, Pasay, Philippines Retained WBC and lineal super flyweight titles;
TD after Peñalosa sustained a cut from an accidental head clash
41 Win 39–1–1 South Korea Young-Joo Choo KO 10 (12), 1:15 Nov 23, 1997 South Korea Sangmu Gymnasium, Seongnam, South Korea Retained WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
40 Win 38–1–1 Mexico Hipolido Saucedo UD 10 Aug 5, 1997 United States Foxwoods Resort Casino, Ledyard, Connecticut, U.S.
39 Win 37–1–1 South Korea Seung-Koo Lee KO 9 (12), 0:56 Jun 14, 1997 Philippines Mactan-Benito Ebuen Air Base, Lapu-Lapu, Philippines Retained WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
38 Win 36–1–1 Japan Hiroshi Kawashima SD 12 Feb 20, 1997 Japan Ryōgoku Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan Won WBC and lineal super flyweight titles
37 Win 35–1–1 Thailand Prasob Jaimuangdalam KO 5 (10) Nov 9, 1996 Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines
36 Win 34–1–1 South Korea Kap-Chul Choi KO 3 Sep 14, 1996 Philippines Mandaue, Philippines
35 Win 33–1–1 South Korea Yun-II Kim KO 2 May 8, 1996 Philippines Naga, Philippines
34 Win 32–1–1 Thailand Inseethong Sorthanikul KO 2 (10) Mar 30, 1996 Philippines Mandaluyong, Philippines
33 Win 31–1–1 South Korea Jong Keun Lee KO 2 Nov 11, 1995 Philippines Mandaluyong, Philippines
32 Win 30–1–1 South Korea Jae-Chul Han KO 3 Aug 12, 1995 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
31 Win 29–1–1 Philippines Rolando Pascua KO 8 (10) Apr 8, 1995 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
30 Win 28–1–1 South Korea Suk-Hwi Cho KO 3 Dec 29, 1994 Philippines Manila, Philippines
29 Win 27–1–1 Indonesia Steven Togelang KO 3 Oct 8, 1994 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
28 Win 26–1–1 South Korea Yun-Sun Baek TKO 7 (10), 2:07 Jun 3, 1994 Philippines Cuneta Astrodome, Pasay, Philippines
27 Win 25–1–1 South Korea In-Man Chang KO 3 Mar 5, 1994 Philippines Naga, Philippines
26 Win 24–1–1 South Korea In-Man Chang PTS 10 Sep 18, 1993 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
25 Win 23–1–1 Philippines Jesse Maca UD 10 Apr 24, 1993 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
24 Win 22–1–1 South Korea Kyung-Seo Koo KO 3 Feb 20, 1993 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
23 Win 21–1–1 Philippines Rolando Bohol UD 10 Dec 19, 1992 Philippines Aznar Memorial Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
22 Win 20–1–1 South Korea Sung-Kuk Kang KO 5 Oct 30, 1992 Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines
21 Loss 19–1–1 Philippines Samuel Duran SD 12 Aug 1, 1992 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines For Philippines Games & Amusement Board (GAB) bantamweight title
20 Win 19–0–1 Philippines Jonathan Albay PTS 10 Jun 13, 1992 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
19 Win 18–0–1 Philippines Eddie Yabut PTS 10 Feb 22, 1992 Philippines Bacolod, Philippines
18 Win 17–0–1 Indonesia Rangga Yuildin KO 2 Jan 11, 1992 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
17 Win 16–0–1 Philippines Raffy Montalban TKO 8 (10) Dec 13, 1991 Philippines Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila, Philippines
16 Win 15–0–1 Philippines Roger Vicera KO 4 (10) Oct 26, 1991 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
15 Win 14–0–1 Philippines Nolito Cabato TKO 8 Jul 20, 1991 Philippines Manila, Philippines
14 Win 13–0–1 Philippines Elson Duran KO 4 Jun 1, 1991 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
13 Win 12–0–1 Philippines Ric Magramo TKO 5 Jan 19, 1991 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
12 Win 11–0–1 Philippines Bert Refugio PTS 10 Oct 19, 1990 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
11 Draw 10–0–1 Philippines Ric Siodora PTS 10 Jun 23, 1990 Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines
10 Win 10–0 South Korea Jeung Jae Lee KO 5 Mar 31, 1990 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Philippines
9 Win 9–0 Indonesia Rachmat Basuki UD 12 Jan 18, 1990 Indonesia Go Skate Hall, Surabaya, Indonesia Won vacant IBF Inter-Continental junior flyweight title
8 Win 8–0 Philippines Loloc Elloren KO 7 Dec 22, 1989 Philippines Cebu City, Philippines
7 Win 7–0 Philippines Eldie Paradero TKO 2 (10) Nov 11, 1989 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
6 Win 6–0 China Im-Suk Chang UD 8 Oct 14, 1989 Hong Kong Hong Kong, SAR
5 Win 5–0 Philippines Pol Cabanes TKO 7 (10) Sep 29, 1989 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
4 Win 4–0 Philippines Eugene Flores UD 8 Aug 19, 1989 Philippines Cebu Coliseum, Cebu City, Philippines
3 Win 3–0 Philippines Bernie Bernardo UD 8 Aug 4, 1989 Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Manila, Philippines
2 Win 2–0 Philippines Eddie Torres UD 6 Jun 24, 1989 Philippines Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila, Philippines
1 Win 1–0 Philippines Fidel Jubay TKO 5 (6) May 20, 1989 Philippines Mandaue, Philippines Professional debut

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gerry Peñalosa - Lineal Jr. Bantamweight Champion". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia. 
  2. ^ "Mexican fighters to stake titles vs Filipinos in US". GMANews.TV. 2007-06-14. 
  3. ^ "Gerry Penalosa – Beating the Boxing Odds". eastsideboxing.com. 2008-03-29. 
  4. ^ "Gerry Peñalosa remains WBO bantam champ". abs-cbnNEWS.com. 04-06-2008.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  5. ^ "Peñalosa leads RP triumph in Battle of Bantamweights". abs-cbnNEWS.com. 2009-02-22. 
  6. ^ "RP's Gerry Penalosa, Mexico's Jorge Arce in near fistfight". GMANEWS.com. 2007-10-10. 
  7. ^ Luis Cadiz. "Juanma: On The Brink!". pound4pound.com. 
  8. ^ "Peñalosa: I'm still good for one last fight". GMANews.TV. 02-06-2009.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  9. ^ "Pacquiao to pal Gerry: Time to hang up gloves". GMANews.TV. 2009-04-26. 
  10. ^ http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?page=sports4_may18_2009
  11. ^ "Gerry Peñalosa sets his sights on Vic Darchinyan". boxingscene.com. 2009-07-18. 
  12. ^ "Gerry Peñalosa joins Manny Pacquiao at Wild Card Gym". GMANews.TV. 03-11-2009.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  13. ^ "Filipino boxers aim for sweep in 'Pinoy Power III'". abs-cbnNEWS.com. 2010-02-14. 
  14. ^ "Bloodied Peñalosa bows to Morel". GMANews.TV. 2010-02-14. 
  15. ^ Dan Rafael (2010-02-15). "Morel handed title in dubious decision". ESPN.com. 
  16. ^ "Eric Morel beats Gerry Peñalosa, Split Decision Call". boxingscene.com. 2010-02-13. 
  17. ^ "Eric Morel edges a bloody good Gerry Penalosa!". FightFan.com. 2010-02-13. 
  18. ^ "Peñalosa to release statement on career". abs-cbnNEWS.com. 03-01-2010.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  19. ^ Bonsubre, Rene (September 27, 2010). "Gerry's last hurrah for The Dream". PhilBoxing.com. Retrieved October 10, 2010. 
  20. ^ Pangilinan, Robbie (October 9, 2010). "All set for Gerry's last fight". PhilBoxing.com. Retrieved October 10, 2010. 
  21. ^ Bonsubre, Rene (October 10, 2010). "All set for Gerry's last fight". PhilBoxing.com. Retrieved October 10, 2010. 
  22. ^ "Gerry Peñalosa's nephew Dave Peñalosa to take on Thai opponent in Manila on Saturday". Combat Asia. August 14, 2012. Retrieved August 14, 2012. 
  23. ^ Dyan Castillejo (April 22, 2008). "Peñalosa enjoys P159K prize from Wheel of Fortune". abs-cbnnews.com. Retrieved 2010-02-28. 
  24. ^ Ronnie Nathanielsz (30 December 2008). "PENALOSA CONFIRMS HE'LL TRAIN DONAIRE". PhilBoxing.com. Retrieved 2008-12-31. 

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Sporting positions
Regional boxing titles
New title IBF Inter-Continental junior flyweight champion
January 18, 1990 – June 1990
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Yani Malhendo
Vacant
Title last held by
Alberto Ontiveros
WBANABA super flyweight champion
June 5, 1999 – August 1999
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Alberto Ontiveros
Vacant
Title last held by
Damaen Kelly
WBC International super flyweight champion
May 27, 2000 – December 20, 2002
Lost bid for world title
Vacant
Title next held by
Malcolm Tuñacao
Preceded by
Oscar Andrade
NABF super flyweight champion
May 24, 2002 – December 2002
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Neddy Garcia
Minor world boxing titles
New title WBF super flyweight champion
May 27, 2000 – December 2005
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Simphiwe Nongqayi
Major world boxing titles
Preceded by
Hiroshi Kawashima
WBC super flyweight champion
February 20, 1997 – August 29, 1998
Succeeded by
In-Joo Cho
Lineal super flyweight champion
February 20, 1997 – August 29, 1998
Preceded by
Jhonny González
WBO bantamweight champion
August 11, 2007 – April 25, 2009
Stripped
Succeeded by
Fernando Montiel
promoted from interim status