Óscar Larios

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Oscar Larios
Real name Oscar Larios
Nickname(s) Chololo
Rated at Super Bantamweight
Height 5 ft. 7 in. (170 cm.)
Nationality  Mexico
Born (1976-11-01) November 1, 1976 (age 40)
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 71
Wins 63
Wins by KO 39
Losses 7
Draws 1
No contests 0

Óscar Larios (born November 1, 1976) is a professional boxer from Mexico and former WBC Super Bantamweight and Featherweight champion. He is trained by Jose "Chepo" Reynoso.[1]

Boxing career[edit]

Promoted by Oscar de la Hoya, Larios began his career at 17 and dropped early losses to Israel Vázquez by KO in the 1st round and Agapito Sánchez by TKO in the 5th prior to hitting his stride as he accumulated a record of 39-2 before his first world title.

WBC Super Bantamweight Championship[edit]

In 2001, Larios challenged undefeated WBC Super Bantamweight title holder Willie Jorrin and lost a disputed 12 round decision. Due to Jorrin's lack of activity, Larios fought Vázquez for the interim WBC Super Bantamweight Title and his earlier loss to Vázquez by scoring a TKO in the 12th round. Several months later, Larios again took on Jorrin and avenged the earlier defeat by defeating Jorrin by TKO in the 1st round.

Larios went on to defend his title 7 times (along with 3 non-title fights), including a victory over Nedal Hussein and two wins over fan favorite Wayne McCullough. He then took on Vázquez yet again but was dominated this time, dropping the trilogy capper by KO 3 and thus losing his title. In July 2006, Larios moved up to Super Featherweight to take on then three-division world champion Manny Pacquiao, a Filipino boxer highly capable of besting opponents by KO. Larios fought bravely, but was dominated by the bigger Pacquiao and was dropped twice en route to losing a 12 round decision.

Move to Featherweight[edit]

Interim WBC Featherweight Championship[edit]

On July 21, 2007, Jorge Linares of Venezuela defeated him by KO in the 10th round for the WBC Interim featherweight title in Las Vegas, Nevada. After the fight with Linares, Larios was diagnosed with a minor subdural hematoma, bleeding of the brain, putting any hopes of a future boxing career in jeopardy. Larios eventually returned to boxing, but remains under medical suspension throughout the United States.

Later on February 22, 2008, Larios won his latest match by unanimous decision against Arturo Gomez.

In May 2008, Larios defeated Feider Viloria via fifth-round TKO for the vacant Interim WBC Featherweight title, commissioned when reigning titlist Jorge Linares was unavailable to fight Viloria due to injury.[2] On August 2, 2008 in Zapopan, Jalisco, Larios made his first defense of the WBC interim featherweight title, defeating Marlon Aguilar by seventh round knockout. The bout was competitive for several rounds, but Larious took command of the fight, knocking Aguilar down at the end of the sixth round and knocking him out in the seventh round.[3]

WBC Featherweight Championship[edit]

Larios inherited the full-pledge WBC featherweight title when Linares relinquished it to move up in weight.[4]

He won his first anez of his title with a split decision win over Takahiro Aoh on October 16, 2008. Despite being floored in the 4th round, Larios managed to outbox the Japanese challenger for the victory.[5]

The two fighters met again on March 12, 2009. Like in the previous encounter, the matches resulted in a decision. But this time, it was in Aoh's favor.

Professional boxing record[edit]

63 Wins (39 knockouts), 7 Losses (4 knockouts), 1 Draw[6]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 63-7-1 Japan Takahiro Ao UD 12 2009-03-12 Japan Korakuen Hall, Tokyo Lost WBC Featherweight title.
Win 63-6-1 Japan Takahiro Ao SD 12 2008-10-16 Japan Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo Retained WBC Featherweight title.
Win 62-6-1 Nicaragua Marlon Aguilar KO 7 (12), 2:30 2008-08-02 Mexico Auditorio Benito Juárez, Zapopan, Jalisco Retained interim WBC Featherweight title.
Win 61-6-1 Colombia Feider Viloria TKO 5 (12), 0:24 2008-05-31 Mexico Centro Internacional de Convenciones, Chetumal, Quintana Roo Won vacant interim WBC Featherweight title.
Win 60-6-1 Mexico Arturo Gomez UD 12 2008-02-22 Mexico Salon Marbet Plus, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Distrito Federal
Loss 59-6-1 Venezuela Jorge Linares TKO 10 (12), 2:37 2007-07-21 United States Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada For vacant WBC Featherweight title.
Win 59-5-1 Mexico Luis Cid Pacheco UD 10 2007-03-31 Mexico Centro de Cancun, Cancun, Quintana Roo
Win 58-5-1 Mexico Ramon Mendez UD 10 2007-03-31 Mexico Casino Los Fresnos, Tepic, Nayarit
Win 57-5-1 Nicaragua Roberto Bonilla TKO 4 (10), 1:40 2006-10-06 United States Desert Diamond Casino, Phoenix, Arizona
Loss 56-5-1 Philippines Manny Pacquiao UD 12 2006-07-02 Philippines Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Loss 56-4-1 Mexico Israel Vázquez TKO 3 (12), 2:52 2005-12-03 United States Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Lost WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 56-3-1 Republic of Ireland Wayne McCullough TKO 10 (12), 2:00 2005-07-16 United States MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 55-3-1 Republic of Ireland Wayne McCullough UD 12 2005-02-10 United States Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 54-3-1 Australia Nedal Hussein UD 12 2004-11-27 United States MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 54-3-1 Colombia Ivan Alvarez UD 10 2004-08-20 United States Isleta Casino & Resort, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Win 53-3-1 Colombia Jesus Salvador Perez UD 10 2004-06-11 United States Sundance Square, Fort Worth, Texas
Win 52-3-1 Japan Shigeru Nakazato UD 12 2004-03-06 Japan Saitama Super Arena, Saitama Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 51-3-1 Thailand Napapol Sor Rungvisai TKO 10 (12), 2:26 2003-11-22 United States Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.
Win 50-3-1 Japan Kozo Ishii TKO 2 (12), 2:02 2003-09-07 Japan Rainbow Hall, Nagoya Retained WBC Super Bantamweight title.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ http://boxrec.com/media/index.php/Oscar_Larios
  2. ^ "Larios wins WBC interim belt!". Fightnews.com. 2008-06-01. Archived from the original on October 8, 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-01. 
  3. ^ "Larios retains WBC belt!". Fightnews.com. 2008-08-03. Archived from the original on 2008-08-22. Retrieved 2008-08-03. 
  4. ^ "Linares vacates setting up twin bill in Japan". 15round.com. Retrieved 2008-08-14. 
  5. ^ "LARIOS RETAINS TITLE VIA SPLIT DECISION VICTORY OVER AOH IN JAPAN". PhilBoxing.com. October 17, 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-17. 
  6. ^ Óscar Larios' Professional Boxing Record. BoxRec.com. Retrieved on 2012-05-12.

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New title WBC Super Bantamweight Champion
Interim Title

May 17, 2002 – November 1, 2002
Title next held by
Toshiaki Nishioka
Preceded by
Willie Jorrin
WBC Super Bantamweight Champion
November 1, 2002 – December 3, 2005
Succeeded by
Israel Vázquez
Title last held by
Jorge Linares
WBC Featherweight Champion
Interim Title

May 31, 2008 – August 13, 2008
Preceded by
Jorge Linares
WBC Featherweight Champion
August 13, 2008 – March 12, 2009
Succeeded by
Takahiro Aoh