Rolando Bohol

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Rolando Bohol
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Real name Rolando Bohol
Nickname(s) Roland
Rated at Flyweight & Super Flyweight
Nationality Philippines Filipino
Born (1965-12-25) December 25, 1965 (age 49)
Himamaylan, Negros Occidental, Philippines
Stance Southpaw
Boxing record
Total fights 52
Wins 34
Wins by KO 7
Losses 15
Draws 3

Rolando Bohol is the former world boxing champion from the Philippines. He turned professional in 1984 and got a draw on his first match. After 15 matches (13 wins and 2 draws), Bohol lost to Dadoy Andujar by a 10-round decision on September 29, 1985. His first fight outside home soil took place in Korea on July 20, 1986.

Eleven bouts later, he won the International Boxing Federation I.B.F World Flyweight title on January 16, 1988, by defeating Chang Ho Choi in Manila and regained the world title back for the Philippines, which former world champion Dodie "Boy" Penalosa lost to Choi by an 11-round knock-out four months earlier. Bohol defended the title successfully by defeating Cho Woon Park by unanimous decision on May 6 that year. Shortly, he lost it to Duke McKenzie who stopped him in 11 rounds on October 5, 1988.

Bohol won the O.P.B.F Oriental & Pacific Boxing Federation Super Flyweight title against Thailand's Maphai Narachavat by a knock-out in 6 rounds. He successfully defended the title by defeating former I.B.F International Boxing Federation World Fyweight champion Jong Kwan Chung by unanimous decision. In that same year, he lost the title against Tatsuya Sugi. He would later avenge this loss against Sugi via a tenth round knock-out in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 21, 1994. Rolando Bohol currently owns an electronics computers store operating from Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, where he resides.[1]

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  1. ^ "Rolando Bohol". President and CEO, Owner Web Developer Retrieved 8 August 2012. 

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