Oscar Albarado

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Oscar Albarado (born September 15, 1948 in Pecos, Texas) is a former American professional boxer who competed in the light middleweight (154 lb) division and held the world light middleweight championship.

Professional career[edit]

Known as "Shotgun", Albarado turned pro in 1967 and captured the World light middleweight championship when he upset Koichi Wajima by KO in 1974.[1] He defended the crown once before losing it in a rematch to Wajima in 1975 by decision. He retired after the loss.

Comeback[edit]

Albarado launched an unsuccessful comeback 5 years later, retiring in 1982 after several losses.

Professional boxing record[edit]

58 Wins (43 knockouts, 15 decisions), 13 Losses (7 knockouts, 6 decisions), 1 Draw[2]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 39-1 Uganda Ayub Kalule TKO 2 1982-04-30 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark
Loss 19-0 United States John Jackie Collins TKO 9 1982-02-26 Illinois Chicago, Illinois, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:42 of the ninth round.
Loss 31-4 France Louis Acaries TKO 9 1982-01-21 France Paris, France
Win 12-2 United States Larry "Mousey" Martin KO 4 1981-11-19 Missouri Saint Joseph, Missouri, United States
Loss 18-0 United States Bernard "Superbad" Mays KO 9 1981-10-14 Michigan Detroit, Michigan, United States
Win 15-6 United States "Sugar" Ray Phillips KO 7 1981-07-21 Texas Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Loss 11-0 United States Bobby Czyz TKO 3 1981-05-21 New Jersey Totowa, New Jersey, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:30 of the third round.
Win 3-4 United States Norris McKinney KO 6 1981-05-07 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Win -- Mexico Miguel Balderas KO 4 1981-03-10 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Win 4-9 United States Robert "Commodore" Perry PTS 10 1981-02-24 Texas Beaumont, Texas, United States
Loss 7-4 United States Paul Stephens KO 4 1981-01-15 Texas Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Win 2-5 Mexico German Marquez KO 2 1980-10-14 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States Marquez knocked out at 0:44 of the second round.
Win 16-33-5 United States Jesse "Chuey" Lara KO 6 1980-09-01 Texas Laredo, Texas, United States
Loss 29-3-1 Japan Koichi Wajima UD 15 1975-01-21 Japan Tokyo, Japan Lost Lineal, WBC and WBA Light Middleweight Titles. 67-69, 69-70, 68-75.
Win 46-8-2 Japan Ryu Sorimachi TKO 7 1974-10-08 Japan Tokyo, Japan Retained Lineal, WBC and WBA Light Middleweight Titles. Referee stopped the bout at 2:17 of the seventh round..
Win 29-2-1 Japan Koichi Wajima KO 15 1974-06-04 Japan Tokyo, Japan Won Lineal, WBC and WBA Light Middleweight Titles. Wajima knocked out at 1:57 of the 15th round.
Win 46-17-9 United States Eddie Mazon PTS 10 1974-04-26 California San Diego, California, United States
Win 45-14-8 United States Eddie Mazon UD 10 1973-11-01 California Los Angeles, California, United States 7-3, 7-2, 6-4.
Win 7-10-2 Panama Dino Del Cid KO 2 1973-06-28 California Los Angeles, California, United States Cid knocked out at 0:52 of the second round.
Loss 6-10-2 Panama Dino Del Cid TKO 1 1973-05-17 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:33 of the first round.
Win 5-3 Mexico Alex Olguin KO 4 1973-03-29 California Los Angeles, California, United States Olguin knocked out at 1:44 of the fourth round.
Win -- Rodolfo Martinez KO 3 1973-02-15 California Los Angeles, California, United States Martinez knocked out at 2:40 of the third round.
Win 16-5-1 United States Thurman Durden SD 10 1973-01-04 California Los Angeles, California, United States 6-3, 5-3, 4-5.
Win 0-1 Rey Reyes KO 1 1972-11-16 California Los Angeles, California, United States Reyes knocked out at 2:58 of the first round.
Win 41-20-9 Argentina Ruben "El Zurdo" Arocha TKO 9 1972-08-03 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:43 of the ninth round.
Win 5-7 United States Demetrio Salazar KO 4 1972-07-11 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Salazar knocked out at 2:06 of the fourth round.
Win 26-33-6 United States James "Silky" Shelton TKO 3 1972-06-06 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:58 of the third round.
Loss 44-8-1 United States Ernie "Indian Red" Lopez UD 10 1971-10-28 California Los Angeles, California, United States 3-8, 2-8, 1-10.
Win 2-2 Philippines Matt Roa KO 4 1971-10-07 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:48 of the fourth round.
Win 15-23-2 United States Bobby "Songbird" Williams UD 10 1971-08-26 California Los Angeles, California, United States 11-0, 8-2, 9-0.
Win 8-0-2 United States Freddie "Mercury" Jones TKO 1 1971-07-22 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:54 of the first round.
Draw 12-0 United States Armando Muniz PTS 10 1971-05-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States 5-3, 4-5, 4-4.
Win 1-2 United States Frankie Lewis MD 10 1971-04-16 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States 96-96, 97-95, 96-95.
Loss 13-2 United States Manuel Fierro PTS 10 1971-03-30 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 49-17-1 Mexico Raul Soriano SD 10 1970-11-24 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States 99-96, 97-95, 96-99.
Win 26-9-1 United States Larry Brazier TKO 3 1970-10-06 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 29-10-5 Philippines Pedro Adigue PTS 10 1970-06-02 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 22-7 Argentina Roberto Oscar Amaya TKO 9 1970-05-05 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win -- United States Charlie Green TKO 3 1970-04-14 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Loss 40-17 United States Percy Pugh UD 10 1970-03-30 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Loss 32-8-2 United States Adolph Pruitt PTS 10 1970-01-27 Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 14-12-2 United States Bobby "Songbird" Williams TKO 7 1969-12-09 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:40 of the seventh round.
Win 80-44-3 United States LC Morgan TKO 5 1969-10-28 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:45 of the fifth round.
Win 80-43-3 United States LC Morgan DQ 5 1969-10-07 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 10-3-1 United States Thurman Durden MD 10 1969-08-14 California Los Angeles, California, United States 6-5, 5-4, 4-4.
Win 40-27-5 United States Johnny "Babbling" Brooks TKO 7 1969-06-03 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:06 of the seventh round.
Loss 26-1 United States Hedgemon Lewis UD 10 1969-04-10 California Los Angeles, California, United States 1-10, 1-11, 2-9.
Win 6-7 Mexico Miguel "Cerreros" Aguilar TKO 3 1969-03-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:43 of the third round.
Win 27-20-2 Mexico Jose Valenzuela TKO 6 1969-02-06 California Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 29-11-4 United States Miguel "Generation" Hernandez UD 10 1969-01-23 California Los Angeles, California, United States 5-3, 7-3, 8-1.
Win 9-8-3 United States Johnny Doyan KO 2 1969-01-09 California Los Angeles, California, United States Doyan knocked out at 1:29 of the second round.
Win 13-9-5 United States Jerry Graci KO 9 1968-10-29 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 13-3-1 United States Lonnie Harris KO 1 1968-09-30 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Harris knocked out at 2:20 of the first round.
Win 8-4 United States Cassius Greene KO 1 1968-09-10 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Greene knocked out at 2:42 of the first round.
Win 4-5-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez TKO 3 1968-07-17 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:04 of the third round.
Win 10-2 Mexico Gilbert de los Santos TKO 5 1968-05-03 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 4-4-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez KO 1 1968-04-02 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 4-3-2 United States Gilbert Gutierrez KO 1 1968-03-19 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 0-3 United States Allen "Fighting Postman" Moten KO 1 1968-02-01 Mexico Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico
Win 16-12 Mexico Ruben "Sandwich" Rivera KO 2 1968-01-01 Mexico Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico
Win 13-25-2 Mexico Hector Ramirez KO 2 1967-12-12 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Ramirez knocked out at 2:10 of the second round.
Win 7-1 United States Billy "The Kid" Strother UD 6 1967-11-14 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win -- Chuy Andrade KO 1 1967-10-28 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 0-2 Lechero Gonzalez KO 1 1967-09-30 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win -- Piri Albarado KO 6 1967-09-02 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 31-18 United States Nat "Killer" Jackson PTS 6 1967-08-08 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Win 31-17 United States Nat "Killer" Jackson SD 6 1967-07-10 Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Win 6-2 United States Gary Pannell TKO 2 1967-06-16 Louisiana Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Win 10-16-1 United States Freddie Burris TKO 2 1967-05-30 Texas Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Win -- Mexico Jesus Cuate Lara KO 3 1967-04-01 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win -- United States Ramiro Hernandez KO 3 1967-03-11 Texas Rosita South, Texas, United States
Win 5-7-2 United States Genaro Morones TKO 4 1966-04-12 Texas San Antonio, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:24 of the fourth round.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oscar Albarado - Lineal Junior Middleweight Champion". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia. 
  2. ^ Boxing record for Oscar Albarado. BoxRec.com.

External links[edit]

Achievements
Preceded by
Koichi Wajima
World Light Middleweight Champion
June 4, 1974 – January 21, 1975
Succeeded by
Koichi Wajima
Preceded by
Koichi Wajima
WBA Light Middleweight Champion
June 4, 1974 – January 21, 1975
Succeeded by
Koichi Wajima
Preceded by
Koichi Wajima
WBC Light Middleweight Champion
June 4, 1974 – January 21, 1975
Succeeded by
Koichi Wajima