Pedro Rubén Décima

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Pedro Décima
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Real name Pedro Ruben Decima
Rated at Super bantamweight
Nationality Argentine
Born (1964-03-10) March 10, 1964 (age 53)
Villa Benjamín Aráoz, Tucumán, Argentina
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 36
Wins 31
Wins by KO 21
Losses 4
Draws 0
No contests 0

Pedro Rubén Décima (born March 10, 1964 in Villa Benjamín Aráoz, Tucuman) is a former professional boxer from Argentina.

Amateur career[edit]

As an amateur Decima represented Argentina as a bantamweight at the 1984 Olympic Games. His results were:

Pro Boxing Career[edit]

Decima turned pro in 1984 and captured the WBC super bantamweight title with an upset TKO win over Paul Banke in 1990, a fight in which Banke was knocked down three times in the 4th round. He lost the belt in his first defense to Kiyoshi Hatanaka in 1991 and retired in 1993.

At his age, he works as a public boxer trainer in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Professional boxing record[edit]

31 Wins (21 knockouts), 4 Loss
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd.,Time Date Location Notes
Win 31-4 Brazil Almir Fernandes de Oliveira TKO 5 (10) 1993-10-23 Argentina Buenos Aires
Win 30-4 Panama Luis Alberto Vargas PTS 8 (8) 1993-07-10 Argentina Club Defensores de Villa Luján, San Miguel de Tucumán, Tucumán
NC 29-4 Argentina Sergio Atilio Martinez NC 3 (10) 1993-04-10 Argentina Estadio Super Domo, Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires
Loss 29-4 United States Rudy Zavala TKO 6 (10) 1992-06-19 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Win 29-3 Argentina Roberto Schonning TKO 4 (10) 1992-05-23 Argentina Estadio F.A.B., Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina
Win 28-3 Argentina Cirilo Ramon Figueredo DQ 4 (10) 1992-01-31 Argentina Lanus, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Win 27-3 Argentina Hugo Escudero KO 3 (8) 1991-12-21 Argentina Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina
Loss 26-3 Japan Kiyoshi Hatanaka TKO 8 (12) 1991-02-03 Japan Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan Loss WBC Super Bantamweight title
Win 26-2 United States Paul Banke TKO 4 (12) 1990-11-05 United States Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California, USA Won WBC Super Bantamweight title
Win 25-2 Chile Pedro Villegas MD 10 1990-05-18 Argentina Buenos Aires
Win 24-2 Argentina Hugo Roberto Villarruel KO 6 (10) 1990-01-19 Argentina Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires
Win 23-2 United States Joe Orewa UD 10 1989-07-14 United States Riviera Club, Chicago, Illinois
Win 22-2 United States Tony Pruitt TKO 1 (10) 1989-03-10 United States Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, Florida
Win 21-2 Puerto Rico Julian Solis UD 10 1989-01-17 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 20-2 United States Robert Shannon RTD 4 (10) 1988-12-09 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
Loss 19-2 United States Louie Espinoza TKO 8 (10) 1988-09-16 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 19-1 United States Jesse Benavides TKO 3 (10) 1988-07-28 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 18-1 United States Allan Makitoki KO 2 (10) 1988-05-27 United States Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 17-1 Argentina Carlos Alberto Laciar RTD 8 (12) 1987-10-03 Argentina Buenos Aires Retained Argentina super bantamweight title
Win 16-1 Argentina Raúl Gómez PTS 10 1987-08-15 Argentina Estadio F.A.B, Buenos Aires
Win 15-1 Argentina Ramón Antonio Domínguez TKO 3 (12) 1987-01-16 Argentina Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires Won Argentina super bantamweight title
Loss 14-1 Argentina Ramón Balbino Soria UD 10 1986-11-14 Argentina Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires

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Preceded by
Paul Banke
WBC Super Bantamweight Champion
5 Nov 1990 – 3 Feb 1991
Succeeded by
Kiyoshi Hatanaka