Baek In-chul

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In Chul Baek
Statistics
Real name Baek In-Chul
Rated at Super Middleweight
Nationality South Korea South Korean
Born (1961-12-20) December 20, 1961 (age 54)
Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 50
Wins 47
Wins by KO 43
Losses 3

In-Chul Baek is a Korean boxer who held the World Boxing Association super middleweight championship.

Baek became a professional boxer in 1980. He won the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) light middleweight title in 1981. His first defeat came in 1983 when Sean Mannion defeated him over ten rounds in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Baek returned to Korea and continued his winning ways. His second defeat came in his next trip to the United States, when he challenged Julian Jackson for the WBA light middleweight title in 1987. Jackson knocked him out in three rounds. Baek then moved up to the middleweight division and in his next fight won the OPBF middleweight title.

On May 28, 1988, Baek won the WBA super middleweight title by defeating Fulgencio Obelmejias by an eleventh-round knockout. He defended the title twice before losing it to Christophe Tiozzo on March 30, 1990. Baek retired after that fight.

Professional boxing record[edit]

47 Wins (43 knockouts, 4 decisions), 3 Losses (2 knockouts, 1 decision) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 25-0 France Christophe Tiozzo TKO 6 30/03/1990 France Lyon, France WBA World Super Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:54 of the sixth round.
Win 9-4-1 Japan Yoshiaki Tajima RTD 7 13/01/1990 South Korea Ulsan, South Korea WBA World Super Middleweight Title.
Win 19-2-2 United States Ron "The Dragon" Essett TKO 11 08/10/1989 South Korea Seoul, South Korea WBA World Super Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 0:26 of the 11th round.
Win 49-4 Venezuela Fulgencio Obelmejias TKO 11 28/05/1989 South Korea Yeosu, South Korea WBA World Super Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:21 of the 11th round.
Win 46-4-1 South Korea Chong-Pal Park KO 9 22/12/1988 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Park knocked out at 1:47 of the ninth round.
Win 0-1 Jae-Ok Kim KO 6 30/07/1988 South Korea Bugok, South Korea OPBF Middleweight Title. Kim knocked out at 2:43 of the sixth round.
Win 1-0 Indonesia Ketut Udiana KO 2 17/04/1988 South Korea Nonsan, South Korea OPBF Middleweight Title. Udiana knocked out at 2:58 of the second round.
Loss 31-1 United States Virgin Islands Julian "The Hawk" Jackson TKO 3 21/11/1987 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States WBA World Light Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:17 of the third round.
Win 7-4 Japan Hideo Kawamoto KO 2 12/07/1987 South Korea Anyang, South Korea Kawamoto knocked out at 2:18 of the second round.
Win 14-2 Australia Paul "King" James UD 10 15/03/1987 South Korea Taebaek, South Korea
Win 34-2 South Korea Jun-Suk Hwang UD 12 18/10/1986 South Korea Incheon, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. 118-113, 118-115, 118-113.
Win 4-5 South Korea Chang-Hwan Noh KO 5 27/07/1986 South Korea Jeonju, South Korea Noh knocked out at 1:36 of the fifth round.
Win 3-1 South Korea Sang-Do Jung SD 12 28/06/1986 South Korea Pohang, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title.
Win 5-0 Australia Troy Waters SD 12 15/03/1986 South Korea Gangneung, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title.
Win 29-2 United States Fred "Pumper" Hutchings KO 9 27/10/1985 South Korea Busan, South Korea Hutchings knocked out at 2:53 of the ninth round.
Win 1-1-1 Indonesia Alberto Bapaimo KO 3 13/07/1985 South Korea Chungju, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Bapaimo knocked out at 2:45 of the third round.
Win 24-3 South Korea Jae-Hyung Yuh KO 5 20/04/1985 South Korea Seoul, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Yuh knocked out at 2:14 of the fifth round.
Win 1-0 Indonesia Hendris Salmon KO 2 12/01/1985 South Korea Gwangju, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Salmon knocked out at 2:33 of the second round.
Win 1-0-1 Indonesia Alberto Bapaimo KO 4 23/07/1984 South Korea Osan, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Bapaimo knocked out at 1:21 of the fourth round.
Win 16-8-2 Philippines Mike DeGuzman KO 3 24/03/1984 South Korea Ulsan, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. DeGuzman knocked out at 1:52 of the third round.
Win 42-6-4 Fiji Sakaraia Ve KO 6 07/01/1984 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea Ve knocked out at 1:40 of the sixth round.
Win 3-2 Thailand Satanfa Pratip KO 3 13/11/1983 South Korea Jeju City, South Korea Pratip knocked out at 1:47 of the third round.
Win 28-26-2 Japan Yohi Arai KO 5 10/07/1983 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Arai knocked out at 2:09 of the fifth round.
Loss 26-5-1 Republic of Ireland Sean Mannion PTS 10 19/05/1983 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 11-6 South Korea Jong-Ho Kim KO 7 27/03/1983 South Korea Jinju, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Kim knocked out at 2:22 of the seventh round.
Win 0-2 United States Jesus "Carpenter" Gonzalez KO 3 27/02/1983 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea Gonzalez knocked out at 2:55 of the third round.
Win 1-6 Philippines Romy Angeles KO 3 02/01/1983 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Angeles knocked out at 1:05 of the third round.
Win -- Kngrag Vorchareenrat KO 3 11/12/1982 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Kngrag knocked out at 2:26 of the third round.
Win 28-23-2 Japan Yohi Arai KO 10 23/10/1982 South Korea Cheongju, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Arai knocked out at 2:04 of the tenth round.
Win 2-2-2 Philippines Fred Galang KO 3 26/09/1982 South Korea Daegu, South Korea Galang knocked out at 2:46 of the third round.
Win 3-6 Mexico Antonio Leyva KO 2 04/07/1982 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea Leyva knocked out at 2:19 of the second round.
Win 20-14-3 Japan Michihiro Horihata KO 2 13/06/1982 South Korea Busan, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Horihata knocked out at 1:45 of the second round.
Win 2-5 Ghana Ibrahim Mohammed KO 3 24/04/1982 South Korea Gwangju, South Korea Mohammed knocked out at 1:45 of the third round.
Win 4-5 Japan Kenji Miyata KO 9 21/03/1982 South Korea Busan, South Korea Miyata knocked out at 1:08 of the ninth round.
Win 9-10-4 Philippines Alberto "The Ship" Cruz KO 2 14/02/1982 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Cruz knocked out at 2:43 of the second round.
Win 2-2-2 South Korea Sang Ho Lee KO 12 27/12/1981 South Korea Seoul, South Korea OPBF Light Middleweight Title. Lee knocked out at 2:05 of the 12th round.
Win 1-2 Ghana Joe Willisco KO 3 28/11/1981 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Willisco knocked out at 3:02 of the third round.
Win 5-0 Philippines Aquilino Nicolas KO 2 31/10/1981 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Nicolas knocked out at 1:59 of the second round.
Win -- South Korea Jin-Nam Kim KO 3 11/10/1981 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea Kim knocked out at 2:35 of the third round.
Win 9-9-4 Philippines Alberto "The Ship" Cruz KO 3 21/08/1981 South Korea Daegu, South Korea Cruz knocked out at 2:00 of the third round.
Win -- Conrado Salinas KO 2 23/06/1981 South Korea Daejeon, South Korea Salinas knocked out at 3:03 of the second round.
Win 3-7 Japan Hiroshi Izumiya KO 3 19/04/1981 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Izumiya knocked out at 1:44 of the third round.
Win -- South Korea Young-Sil Jung KO 4 14/02/1981 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Jung knocked out at 1:50 of the fourth round.
Win -- South Korea Bok-Kyu Lim KO 3 07/12/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Lim knocked out at 2:48 of the third round.
Win -- South Korea Jang-Ho Choi KO 3 29/11/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Choi knocked out at 1:32 of the third round.
Win -- South Korea Sun-Kap Choi KO 4 22/11/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Choi knocked out at 1:54 of the fourth round.
Win -- South Korea Byung-Chun Choi KO 3 21/11/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Choi knocked out at 0:37 of the third round.
Win -- Jong-Hyun Park KO 1 25/09/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Park knocked out at 2:01 of the first round.
Win -- Young-Chil Yang KO 2 08/06/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Yang knocked out at 0:36 of the second round.
Win -- South Korea Joong-Jung Park KO 2 09/05/1980 South Korea Seoul, South Korea Park knocked out at 1:23 of the second round.

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Preceded by
Fulgencio Obelmejias
WBA Super Middleweight Champion
28 May 1989 – 30 March 1990
Succeeded by
Christophe Tiozzo