|Real name||Thomas Dulorme Cordero|
|Nickname(s)||El Francés ("The Frenchman")|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (178 cm)|
|Reach||70 in (178 cm)|
January 29, 1990 |
|Wins by KO||16|
Early life and amateur career
Dulorme was born on the island of Saint Martin and lived there until the age of 3, when his family moved to Puerto Rico. His father is a native of Saint Martin, and his mother is of Puerto Rican descent. His family later briefly moved to the Dominican Republic before eventually settling back in Puerto Rico when he was 8 years old. He began boxing at an early age, winning Golden Gloves tournaments in Saint Martin, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. According to Dulorme, his amateur record was 140–2. Dulorme's younger brother, Starling Cordero, is also a boxer.
Dulorme identifies himself as Puerto Rican, stating his desire to "represent Puerto Rico every time that [he] steps in a ring". Dulorme subsequently became one of the founding members of Gary Shaw, Lou Dibella and Universal Promotion's Team Puerto Rico, a stable composed of several high-profile prospects, including amateur world medalist and WBC Youth World Champion José Pedraza.
Although he struggled in his professional debut, a four-round majority decision against David Rodriguez, Dulorme was able to string together a streak of 10 straight knockouts capped by the stoppage of Harrison Cuello on the undercard of the Andre Berto vs. Victor Ortiz bout. On June 10, 2011 Dulorme beat former welterweight titleholder DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley via a near-shutout unanimous decision, dropping the veteran fighter in the third round. On February 18, 2012 Dulorme made an appearance on the ShoBox: The New Generation series, beating late sub Aris Ambriz via first-round knockout.
Professional boxing record
|Professional record summary|
|27 fights||24 wins||3 losses|
|24 Wins (16 Knockouts), 3 Losses|
|Loss||24–3||Yordenis Ugás||UD||10||Aug 26, 2017||T-Mobile Arena, Paradise, Nevada|
|Win||24–2||Brian Jones||TKO||6 (8)||2017-01-14||Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York|
|Win||23–2||Jesus Gurrola||RTD||3 (8)||2016-06-18||Pabellon de la Feria, Albacete, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain|
|Loss||22–2||Terence Crawford||TKO||6 (12)||2015-04-18||College Park Center, Dallas, Texas||For vacant WBO Light Welterweight title.|
|Win||22–1||Henry Lundy||SD||10||2014-12-06||Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York||Retained NABF Light Welterweight title
Won vacant WBO NABO Light Welterweight title
|Win||21–1||Karim Mayfield||UD||10||2014-03-29||The Ballroom, Atlantic City, New Jersey||Won vacant NABF Light Welterweight title|
|Win||20–1||Héctor Velázquez||UD||8||2013-11-30||Coliseo Guillermo Angulo, Carolina, Puerto Rico|
|Win||19–1||Francisco Figueroa||UD||8 (10)||2013-08-17||Revel Resort, Atlantic City, New Jersey|
|Win||18–1||Ben Ankrah||UD||8 (8)||2013-04-13||Coliseo Guillermo Angulo, Carolina, Puerto Rico|
|Win||17–1||Eddie Brooks||RTD||1 (8), 1:35||2013-02-21||Roseland Ballroom, New York, New York|
|Loss||16–1||Luis Carlos Abregu||RTD||7 (10), 2:35||2012-10-27||Turning Stone Resort & Casino, New York, New York||For vacant WBC International Welterweight title|
|Win||16–0||Yoryi Estrella||UD||10||2012-08-31||Coliseo Guillermo Angulo, Carolina|
|Win||15–0||Alberto Herrera||RTD||7 (10), 3:00||2012-06-14||Roseland Ballroom, New York, New York|
|Win||14–0||Aris Ambriz||KO||1 (10), 2:12||2012-02-17||Chumash Casino, Santa Ynez, California||Won vacant NABF Welterweight|
|Win||13–0||Charlie Jose Navarro||UD||9||2011-10-22||Roberto Duran Arena, Panama City||Retained NABA USA Welterweight title|
|Win||12–0||DeMarcus Corley||UD||10||2011-06-10||Roseland Ballroom, New York, New York||Won vacant NABA USA Welterweight title|
|Win||11–0||Harrison Cuello||KO||2 (8), 1:27||2011-04-16||Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut|
|Win||10–0||Guillermo Valdes||TKO||2 (6), 2:30||2011-03-12||Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut|
|Win||9–0||Jorge Delgado||KO||2 (6), 0:46||2011-02-18||Juan Pachín Vicéns Auditorium, Ponce|
|Win||8–0||Jose Ramon Sanchez||KO||2 (6), 1:18||2010-12-18||Coliseo Jose Huyke, Morovis|
|Win||7–0||Keivy Arce||KO||2 (6), 1:12||2010-08-27||Coliseo Dolores "Toyita" Melendez, Juana Diaz|
|Win||6–0||Jonathan Gonzalez||KO||2 (4), 1:55||2010-07-09||Coliseo Salvador Dijols, Ponce|
|Win||5–0||Efrain Perez||TKO||1 (4), 1:03||2009-12-04||Juan Pachín Vicéns Auditorium, Ponce|
|Win||4–0||Alexis Ubilla||TKO||2 (4), 2:48||2009-09-18||Coliseo Dolores "Toyita" Melendez, Juana Diaz|
|Win||3–0||Roberto Cuevas||TKO||2 (4)||2009-07-17||Coliseo Dr. Edwin "Puruco" Nolasco, Coamo|
|Win||2–0||Pedro Agosto||TKO||1 (4), 1:38||2009-02-28||Juan Pachín Vicéns Auditorium, Ponce|
|Win||1–0||David Rodriguez||MD||4||2008-08-13||Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida||Professional Debut.|
Titles in boxing
- NABA USA Welterweight Champion (147 lbs)
- NABF Light Welterweight Champion (140 lbs)
- WBO NABO Light Welterweight Champion (140 lbs)
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