Urbano Antillón

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Urbano Antillón
Statistics
Rated at Super featherweight
Lightweight
Height 5 ft 7 12 in (171 cm)
Reach 69 in (175 cm)
Nationality American
Born (1982-09-05) September 5, 1982 (age 34)
Maywood, California, U.S.[1]
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 32
Wins 29
Wins by KO 21
Losses 3

Urbano Antillón (born September 5, 1982) is a Mexican-American former professional boxer.[2] He challenged twice for a lightweight world title, and held the WBONABO and NABF super featherweight titles.

Early life[edit]

Antillón was born to Urbano and Amelia Antillon and is the youngest of four children. He was born and raised in Maywood, California.[1]

Amateur career[edit]

Antillón became active in Karate and Boxing at a young age, choosing boxing as his career choice. To this day, Antillón still trains at the Maywood Boxing Club, in Maywood, California.

After 40 amateur fights, Urbano decided to turned pro at the age of eighteen, under the tutelage of trainer Rudy Hernandez. In 2005, Antillón was signed by Top Rank, the boxing promotion company founded by Bob Arum.[3]

Professional career[edit]

Defeating the likes of Daniel Attah, Bobby Pacquiao in the first round, Fernando Trejo, Roque Cassiani, José Luis Soto Karass and Ivan Valle. Antillón has won two regional titles, WBO NABO and NABF in the Super Featherweight division.

WBA Lightweight Championship[edit]

In July 2009, Antillón the pride of Maywood California, fought Miguel Acosta for the interim WBA Lightweight Championship. Antillon was upset in the bout, being knocked out in the 9th round with an uppercut.[4]

WBC Lightweight Championship[edit]

On December 4, 2010 Urbano lost to WBC Lightweight Champion Humberto Soto at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.[5]

WBA Lightweight Championship[edit]

In his next bout Antillón lost to undefeated WBA Lightweight Champion, Brandon Ríos.[6][7]

Professional record[edit]

29 Wins (21 knockouts), 3 Losses, 0 Draw
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Venue and Location Notes
Win 29-3-0 Mexico Leonardo Resendiz TKO 2 (8) March 15, 2013 MexicoExplanada Municipal, Tepeji del Río de Ocampo, Hidalgo, Mexico
Loss 28-3-0 United States Brandon Ríos TKO 3 (12) July 9, 2011 CaliforniaHome Depot Center, Carson, California For the WBA Lightweight title
Loss 28-2-0 Mexico Humberto Soto UD 12 (12) December 4, 2010 CaliforniaHonda Center, Anaheim, California For the WBC Lightweight title
Win 28-1-0 Nicaragua Rene Gonzalez UD 10 (10) May 8, 2010 MexicoLa Feria de San Marcos, Aguascalientes, Mexico Bout was a WBA Lightweight eliminator
Win 27-1-0 Mexico Luis Antonio Arceo TKO 3 (10) February 20, 2010 MexicoDiscoteca El Alebrije, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
Loss 26-1-0 Venezuela Miguel Acosta TKO 9 (12) July 25, 2009 MexicoPalenque del Recinto Ferial, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico Bout was for the interim WBA Lightweight title
Win 26-0-0 United States Tyrone Harris TKO 5 (10) May 1, 2009 United StatesHard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 25-0-0 Puerto Rico Juan Ramon Cruz KO 4 (10) December 12, 2008 United StatesAlameda Swap Meet, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 24-0-0 Nigeria Daniel Attah KO 4 (12) September 5, 2008 United StatesIsleta Casino & Resort, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Win 23-0-0 Colombia Jose Leonardo Cruz TKO 6 (8) June 6, 2008 United StatesSovereign Performing Arts Center, Reading, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 22-0-0 Philippines Bobby Pacquiao KO 1 (10) March 13, 2008 United StatesHard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 21-0-0 Mexico Adrian Valdez TKO 1 (10) December 21, 2007 United StatesDickerson's Event Center, Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Win 20-0-0 Colombia Wilson Alcorro KO 2 (10) October 2, 2007 United StatesHard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 19-0-0 Thailand Thongchai Por Pratompong TKO 2 (8) July 7, 2007 JapanKorakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Win 18-0-0 Mexico Roberto Mares TKO 3 (8) July 14, 2006 United StatesCharro Ranch, San Antonio, Texas, United States
Win 17-0-0 Mexico Fernando Trejo SD 10 (10) December 23, 2005 United StatesSycuan Resort & Casino, El Cajon, California, United States
Win 16-0-0 Colombia Roque Cassiani UD 8 (8) September 17, 2005 United StatesAmerica West Arena Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Win 15-0-0 Mexico José Luis Soto Karass TKO 5 (8) May 6, 2005 United StatesFort McDowell Casino, Fountain Hills, Arizona, United States
Win 14-0-0 Mexico Juan Carlos Martinez TKO 6 (8) October 23, 2004 United StatesActivity Center, Maywood, California, United States
Win 13-0-0 Mexico Ramon Ortiz KO 1 (6) July 16, 2004 United StatesMemorial Civic Center, Canton, Ohio, United States
Win 12-0-0 United States Adan Hernandez UD 10 (10) December 11, 2003 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 11-0-0 Mexico Martin Bermudez TKO 6 (8) September 13, 2003 United StatesMGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 10-0-0 Mexico Ivan Valle UD 10 (10) June 19, 2003 United StatesOlympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 9-0-0 Mexico Leobardo Roman KO 2 (4) March 23, 2003 United StatesPechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, United States
Win 8-0-0 Mexico Orlando Jesus Soto TKO 5 (6) December 13, 2002 United StatesDesert Diamond Casino, Tucson, Arizona, United States
Win 7-0-0 Mexico Oscar Villa TKO 3 (8) November 7, 2002 United StatesHilton Hotel, Burbank, California, United States
Win 6-0-0 El Salvador Carlos Arnoldo Cisneros TKO 6 (6) May 17, 2002 United StatesBlaisdell Center Arena, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Win 5-0-0 Mexico Jose Luis Montes UD 6 (6) February 1, 2002 United StatesPalace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California, United States
Win 4-0-0 United States Sergio Joel De La Torre UD 6 (6) October 4, 2001 United StatesScottish Rite Auditorium, San Diego, California, United States
Win 3-0-0 Brazil Altamir Souza Pereira TKO 2 (4) September 14, 2001 United StatesQuiet Cannon, Montebello, California, United States
Win 2-0-0 Japan Shinya Kiuchi KO 1 (6) February 17, 2001 JapanKokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Win 1-0-0 United States Michaelangelo Lynks UD 4 (4) November 30, 2000 United StatesHollywood Park Casino, Inglewood, California, United States

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Urbano Antillon: Team is Ready!". MyBoxingFans - Boxing News. Retrieved 2015-09-07. 
  2. ^ Professional boxing record for Urbano Antillón from BoxRec. Retrieved June 2, 2016.
  3. ^ [1] Archived March 9, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Doug Fischer (22 July 2009). "Antillon closes in on title fight thanks to hard work". Ring TV. Retrieved 2015-09-07. 
  5. ^ "Sports News & latest headlines from AOL". AOL.com. Retrieved 2015-09-07. 
  6. ^ "Max Boxing - Home". Max Boxing. Retrieved 2015-09-07. 
  7. ^ "Max Boxing - Home". Max Boxing. Retrieved 2015-09-07. 

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