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Ward vs. Dawson, DeMarco vs. Molina statistics: WBC News



 Ward vs. Dawson, DeMarco vs. Molina statistics: WBC NewsWORLD BOXING COUNCIL NEWS

September 5, 2012 – Mexico City.

From the office of WBC President Dr. José Sulaimán:

WBC STATISTICS

WBC Super Middleweight World Championship

Oracle Arena – Oakland, California

September 8, 2012

This will be the 1,789th fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 49-year history.

GOOSSEN TUTOR PROMOTIONS & GARY SHAW PRODUCTIONS PRESENT:

ANDRE “S.O.G.” WARD (U.S.)

WBC super middleweight world champion

Age (date of birth): 28 (2-23-84)

Residence: Oakland, California

Birthplace: San Francisco, California

Record: 25-0, 13 KOs

Height: 6’0”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 163

World championship fights: 5-0, 0 KOs

Manager: James Prince

Trainer: Virgil Hunter

Promoter: Dan Goossen

“Bad” CHAD DAWSON (U.S.)

WBC light heavyweight world champion

Age (date of birth): 30 (7-13-82)

Residence: New Haven, Connecticut

Birthplace: Hartsville, South Carolina

Record: 31-1, 1 NC, 1 ND, 17 KOs

Height: 6’2”

Stance: Lefthanded

Total rounds: 171

World championship fights: 6-1, 1 ND, 2 KOs

Manager: Walter Kane

Trainer: John Scully

Promoter: Gary Shaw

WBC SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Ray Leonard (US) 1988 – 1990

2. Mauro Galvano (Italy) 1990 – 1992

3. Nigel Benn (GB) 1992 – 1996

4. Thulane Malinga (S. Afr) 1996

5. Vincenzo Nardiello (Ita) 1996

6. Robin Reid (GB) 1996 – 1997

7. Thulane Malinga (S. Afr) * 1997 – 1998

8. Richie Woodhall (GB) 1998 – 1999

9. Markus Beyer (Germany) 1999 – 2000

10. Glenn Catley (GB) 2000

11. Dingaan Thobela (S. Afr) 2000

12. Dave Hilton (Can) 2000

13. Eric Lucas (Can) 2001 – 2003

14. Markus Beyer (Germany) * 2003 – 2004

15. Danny Green (Australia) Int. 2003 – 2005

16. Cristian Sanavia (Italy) 2004

17. Markus Beyer (Germany) * 2004 – 2006

18. Mikkel Kessler (Denmark) 2006 – 2007

19. Joe Calzaghe (GB) 2007

20. Carl Froch (GB) 2008 – 2010

21. Mikkel Kessler (Denmark) * (Emeritus) 2010

22. Carl Froch (GB) * 2010 – 2011

23. Andre Ward (US) 2011 –

* Regained

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

18 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only three have regained the title: Markus Beyer (Germany), Thulane Malinga (S. Africa), Carl Froch (GB).

66 super middleweight world title bouts have been held in WBC history.

WBC STATISTICS

WBC Lightweight World Championship

Oracle Arena – Oakland, California

September 8, 2012

This will be the 1,790th fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 49-year history.

GOOSSEN TUTOR PROMOTIONS & GARY SHAW PRODUCTIONS PRESENT:

ANTONIO De MARCO (right) vs. JOHN MOLINA (left)

ANTONIO “Tony” De MARCO (MEXICO)

WBC lightweight world champion

Age (date of birth): 26 (1-7-86)

Residence: Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

Birthplace: Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

Record: 27-2-1, 20 KOs

Height: 5’9”

Stance: Lefthanded

Total rounds: 150

World championship fights: 2-1, 2 KOs

Managers: Jorge Marrone, Romulo Quirarte Sr.

Trainer: Romulo Quirarte Sr.

Promoter: Gary Shaw

“The Gladiator” JOHN MOLINA JR. (U.S.)

Ranked WBC No. 15 at 135 pounds

Age (date of birth): 29 (12-28-82)

Residence: Covina, California

Birthplace: Monterey Park, California

Record: 24-1, 19 KOs

Height: 5’10.5”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 90

World championship fights: 0

Managers: Sergio Diaz, John Molina Sr. (father)

Trainer: Joe Goossen

Promoter: Dan Goossen

WBC LIGHTWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Carlos Ortiz (P. Rico) 1963 – 1965

2. Ismael Laguna (Pan) 1965

3. Carlos Ortiz (P. Rico) 1965 – 1968 *

4. Carlos Teo Cruz (Dom .R.) 1968 – 1969

5. Mando Ramos (US) 1969 – 1970

6. Ismael Laguna (Pan) 1970 *

7. Pedro Carrasco (Spain) 1971 – 1972

8. Mando Ramos (US) 1972 *

9. Erubey Carmona (Mex) 1972

10. Rodolfo Gonzalez (Mex) 1972 – 1974

11. Ishimatsu Suzuki (Japan) 1974 – 1976

12. Esteban De Jesus (P. Rico) 1976 – 1978

13. Roberto Duran (Pan) 1978

14. Jim Watt (GB) 1979 – 1981

15. Alexis Arguello (Nic) 1981 – 1983

16. Edwin Rosario (P. Rico) 1983 – 1984

17. Jose Luis Ramirez (Méx) 1984 – 1985

18. Hector Camacho (P. Rico) 1985 – 1987

19. Jose Luis Ramírez (Méx) 1987 – 1988 *

20. Julio Cesar Chavez (Méx) 1988

21. Pernell Whitaker (US) 1989 – 1991

22. Miguel Angel Gonzalez (Mex) 1992 – 1995

23. Jean Baptiste Mendy (Fra) 1996 – 1997

24. Steve Johnston (US) 1997 – 1998

25. Cesar Bazan (Mex) 1998 – 1999

26. Steve Johnston (US) 1999 – 2000 *

27. Jose Luis Castillo (Mex) 2000 – 2002

28. Floyd Mayweather (US) 2002 – 2003

29. Jose Luis Castillo (Mex) 2004 – 2005 *

30. Diego Corrales (US) 2005

31. Jose A. Santa Cruz (US) (Interim) 2006

32. David Diaz (US) (Interim) 2006 – 2008

33. Joel Casamayor (Cuba) 2007

34. Manny Pacquiao (Phil) 2008

35. Edwin Valero (Venezuela) 2009 – 2010

36. Antonio De Marco (Mexico) (Interim) 2009 – 2010

37. Humberto Soto (Mexico) 2010 – 2011

38. Antonio De Marco (Mexico) 2011*

* Regained

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WBC:

31 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom seven have regained the title: Carlos Ortiz (P. Rico), Ismael Laguna (Panama), Mando Ramos (US), Jose Luis Ramirez (Mexico), Steve Johnston (US), Jose Luis Castillo (Mexico), Antonio De Marco (Mexico).

124 WBC lightweight world title fights have been held in WBC history.

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.