Yoandris Salinas

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Salinas and the second or maternal family name is Luis.
Yoandris Salinas
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Born September 20, 1985

Yoandris Salinas Luis (born September 20, 1985) is a Cuban professional boxer from Ciego de Ávila best known to medal repeatedly at flyweight in international amateur tournaments.

Amateur[edit]

Salinas sensationally lost in 2005 to 16-year-old Rosniel Iglesias but beat Andry Laffita 2006 and 2007 at the National championships and therefore represented Cuba at the 2006 Central American and Caribbean Games where he lost the final (6:5) to Dominican Juan Carlos Payano.

In 2006 he won a tournament called "Cuban Olympics" by edging out (smaller) junior flyweight superstar Zou Shiming in the final.

At the Pan American Games 2007 he lost due to head injury to eventual winner McWilliams Arroyo.

In 2008 he tried the bantamweight division at the national championships but lost early to Osieres Hernández. In this division he now has Olympic silver medalist Yankiel León in front of him.

Professional[edit]

He turned professional in 2009 at junior-featherweight. He won 20 of his first 21 contests, the only blemish on his record being a draw against Nehomar Cermeno in Panama City in October 2011. He is scheduled to contest the vacant WBA super-bantamweight championship against Scott Quigg in Manchester on 28 September 2013.

Professional boxing record[edit]

20 Wins (13 knockouts, 7 decisions), 1 Losses, 2 Draws
Res. Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 20–1–2 Mexico Enrique Quevedo TKO 5 (10) 2014-07-12 United States MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Draw 20–0–2 United Kingdom Scott Quigg MD 12 2013-10-05 United Kingdom The O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, United Kingdom For WBA World Super Bantamweight title.
Win 20–0–1 Nicaragua Eliecer Lanzas UD 10 2012-10-06 Nicaragua Hotel Holiday Inn, Managua, Nicaragua
Win 19–0–1 Dominican Republic Jose Anibal Cruz TKO 4 (8) 2012-07-26 Dominican Republic Coliseo Carlos 'Teo' Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Win 18–0–1 Dominican Republic Geyci Lorenzo RTD 6 (8) 2012-07-23 Dominican Republic Coliseo Carlos 'Teo' Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Win 17–0–1 Nicaragua Imer Velasquez TKO 6 (9) 2012-05-19 Peru Coliseo Miguel Grau, Callao, Peru Retained WBA Fedebol Super Bantamweight title.
Win 16–0–1 Nicaragua Bismarck Alfaro TKO 8 (10) 2012-02-17 Nicaragua Casino Pharaohs, Managua, Nicaragua
Win 15–0–1 Nicaragua Danny Erazo UD 8 2012-01-07 Costa Rica Palacio de los Deportes, Heredia, Costa Rica
Win 14–0–1 Dominican Republic Aneudy Matos TKO 2 (10) 2011-11-25 Dominican Republic Coliseo Carlos 'Teo' Cruz, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Draw 13–0–1 Venezuela Nehomar Cermeno SD 8 2011-10-22 Panama Arena Roberto Duran, Panama City, Panama For vacant NABA USA Super Bantamweight title.
Win 13–0 Colombia Felipe Almanza KO 3 (8) 2011-08-12 United States Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida, USA
Win 12–0 Nicaragua Carlos Rivas UD 9 2011-07-30 Costa Rica San Jose, Costa Rica Won vacant WBA Fedebol Super Bantamweight title.
Win 11–0 Colombia Jhon Alberto Molina KO 3 (10) 2011-07-16 United States Greensboro, North Carolina, USA Won vacant WBC Latino Super Bantamweight title.
Win 10–0 Mexico Javier Castro TKO 2 (8) 2011-07-09 Mexico Gimnasio Marcelino Gonzalez, Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico
Win 9–0 United States Robert DaLuz UD 6 2011-06-24 United States Dade County Auditorium, Miami, Florida, USA
Win 8–0 United States Leshaun Blair KO 1 (6) 2011-05-21 United States Rec Center, Wilson, North Carolina, USA
Win 7–0 United States David Green TKO 6 (6) 2011-04-23 United States Miami-Dade County Fair & Expo, Miami, Florida, USA
Win 6–0 The Bahamas Ivan Moxey KO 3 (6) 2011-04-02 United States Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter, Florida, USA
Win 5–0 Puerto Rico Angel Lopez TKO 1 (4) 2011-01-28 United States Double Tree Westshore Hotel, Tampa, Florida, USA
Win 4–0 Mexico Danny Aquino SD 4 2010-12-07 United States Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida, USA
Win 3–0 Puerto Rico Jesse Padilla UD 4 2010-02-27 United States Electricians Union Hall, Miami, Florida, USA
Win 2–0 Cuba Yuniel Ramos TKO 3 (4) 2010-02-05 United States Don Taft University Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Win 1–0 Colombia Felix Flores UD 4 2009-12-04 United States LaCovacha, Miami, Florida, USA Professional debut.

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