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WBC STATISTICS

WBC Super Lightweight World Championship

Bayamon, Puerto Rico – Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez

March 15, 2014

GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS PRESENTS:

GARCIA VS HERRERA

DANNY “Swift” GARCIA (United States)

WBC Super Lightweight World Champion

Age, date of birth: 25 (March 20, 1988)

Residence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Place of birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Record: 27-0, 16 KOs

Height: 5’8.5”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 152

World championship fights: 5-0, 2 KOs

Manager: Al Haymon

Trainer: Angel Garcia

MAURICIO “El Maestro” HERRERA

Ranked WBC No. 10 at super lightweight

Age, date of birth: 33 (5-24-80)

Residence: Riverside, California

Birthplace: Hanford, California

Record: 20-3, 7 KOs

Height: 5’7”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 164

Manager, trainer: Willie Silva

WBC SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Roberto Cruz (Phil) 1963

2. Eddie Perkins (US) 1963 – 1965

3. Carlos Hernandez (Ven) 1965 – 1966

4. Sandro Lopopolo (Ita) 1966 – 1967

5. Paul Fuji (US) 1967 – 1968

6. Pedro Adigue (Phil) 1968 – 1970

7. Bruno Arcari (Italy) 1970 – 1974

8. Pedro Fernández (Spain) 1974 – 1975

9. Saensak Muangsurin (Thail) 1975 – 1976

10. Miguel Velazquez (Spain) 1976

11. Saensak Muangsurin (Thai) * 1976 – 1978

12. Sang-Hyun Kim (Korea) 1978 – 1980

13. Saoul Mamby (US) 1980 – 1982

14. Leroy Haley (US) 1982 – 1983

15. Bruce Curry (US) 1983 – 1984

16. Bill Costello (US) 1984 – 1985

17. Lonnie Smith (US) 1985 – 1986

18. Rene Arredondo (Mexico) 1986

19. Tsuyoshi Hamada (Japan) 1986 – 1987

20. Rene Arredondo (México) * 1987

21. Roger Mayweather (US) 1987 – 1989

22. Julio Cesar Chavez (Mex) 1989 – 1994

23. Frankie Randall (US) 1994

24. Julio Cesar Chavez (Mex) * 1994 – 1996

25. Oscar De La Hoya (US-Mex) 1996 – 1997

26. Konstantin Tszyu (Australia) 1998 – 2003

27. Arturo Gatti (Canada) 2004 – 2005

28. Floyd Mayweather (US) 2005

29. Junior Witter (GB) 2006 – 2008

30. Timothy Bradley Jr. (US) 2008 – 2009

31. Devon Alexander (US) 2009 – 2011

32. Timothy Bradley Jr. (US) * 2011

33. Erik Morales (Mexico) 2011 – 2012

34. Lucas Matthysse (Arg) Interim 2012 – 2013

35. Danny Garcia 2012 –

* Regained

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY.

31 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, four of whom have regained the title: Saensak Muangsurin (Thailand), Rene Arredondo (Mexico), Julio Cesar Chavez (Mexico), Timothy Bradley Jr. (US).

117 WBC super lightweight world title bouts have been held in WBC history.

This will be the 63rd WBC super lightweight world title fight in the United States in WBC history.

WBC STATISTICS

Heavyweight Final Eliminator

Bayamon, Puerto Rico – Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez

March 15, 2014

GOLDEN BOY PROMOTIONS PRESENTS:

WILDER vs. SCOTT

DEONTAY “The Bronze Bomber” WILDER

Ranked WBC No. 3 at heavyweight

Age: 28 (10-22-85)

Residence: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Birthplace: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Record: 30-0, 30 KOs

Height: 6’7”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 54

Advisor: Al Haymon

Managers: Jay Deas, Shelly Finkel

Trainer: Mark Breland

MALIK “King” SCOTT

Age: 33 (10-16-80)

Residence: North Hollywood, California

Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Record: 36-1-1, 13 KOs

Height: 6’4”

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 223

Manager: Marcus Coates

Trainer: Joe Goossen

WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Sonny Liston (US) 1963 – 1964

2. Muhammad Ali (US) 1964 – 1967

3. Joe Frazier (US) 1968 – 1973

4. George Foreman (US) 1973 – 1974

5. Muhammad Ali (US) * 1974 – 1978

6. Leon Spinks (US) 1978

7. Ken Norton (US) 1977 – 1978

8. Larry Holmes (US) 1978 – 1983

9. Tim Witherspoon (US) 1984

10. Pinklon Thomas (US) 1984 – 1985

11. Trevor Berbick (Can) 1986

12. Mike Tyson (US) 1986 – 1990

13. James Douglas (US) 1990

14. Evander Holyfield (US) 1990 – 1992

15. Riddick Bowe (US) 1992

16. Lennox Lewis (GB) 1993 – 1994

17. Oliver McCall (US) 1994 – 1995

18. Frank Bruno (GB) 1995 – 1996

19. Mike Tyson (US) * 1996

20. Lennox Lewis (GB) * 1997 – 2001

21. Hasim Rahman (US) 2001

22. Lennox Lewis (GB) * 2001 – 2003

23. Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine) 2004

24. Hasim Rahman (US) * 2005 – 2006

25. Oleg Maskaev (Kazakhstan) 2006 – 2008

26. Samuel Peter (Nigeria) 2007 (Interim) – 2008

27. Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine)* 2008 – 2014

* Regained title

WBC ALL-TIME TOP 10 HEAVYWEIGHTS

1. Muhammad Ali

2. Lennox Lewis

3. Larry Holmes

4. Mike Tyson

5. George Foreman

6. Joe Frazier

7. Evander Holyfield

8. Frank Bruno

9. Sonny Liston

10. Tim Witherspoon

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WBC

21 heavyweight world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only five have regained the title: Muhammad Ali (US), Mike Tyson (US), Lennox Lewis two times (GB), Hasim Rahman (US), Vitali Klitschko (Ukraine).

127 heavyweight world championship fights have been held in WBC history.

MEMORABLE WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS

May 21, 1966 Muhammad Ali TKO6 Henry Cooper – London

Dec. 10, 1968 Joe Frazier W15 Oscar Bonavena – Philadelphia.

Mar. 8, 1971 Joe Frazier W15 Muhammad Ali – New York

Oct. 30, 1974 Muhammad Ali KO8 George Foreman – Kinshasa

Oct. 1, 1975 Muhammad Ali TKO15 Joe Frazier – Manila

Jun. 9, 1978 Larry Holmes W15 Ken Norton – Las Vegas

Sep. 28, 1979 Larry Homes TKO11 Earnie Shavers – Las Vegas

Oct. 2, 1980 Larry Holmes TKO11 Muhammad Ali – Las Vegas

Apr. 11, 1981 Larry Holmes W15 Trevor Berbick – Las Vegas

Mar. 22, 1986 Trevor Berbick W12 Pinklon Thomas – Las Vegas

Feb. 11, 1990 James Douglas KO10 Mike Tyson – Tokyo

Mar. 18, 1991 Mike Tyson TKO7 Donovan Ruddock (Eliminator) – Las Vegas

May 8, 1993 Lennox Lewis W12 Tony Tucker – Las Vegas

Sep. 2, 1995 Frank Bruno W12 Oliver McCall – London

Mar. 19, 1999 Lennox Lewis D12 Evander Holyfield – New York

Apr. 22, 2001 Hasim Rahman KO5 Lennox Lewis – Brakpan

Nov. 17, 2001 Lennox Lewis KO4 Hasim Rahman – Las Vegas

Jun. 8, 2002 Lennox Lewis KO8 Mike Tyson – Memphis

Jun. 21, 2003 Lennox Lewis TKO6 Vitali Klitschko – Los Angeles

Apr. 24, 2004 Vitali Klitschko KO8 Corrie Sanders – Los Angeles

Mar. 18, 2006 Hasim Rahman D12 James Toney – Atlantic City

Mar. 8, 2008 Samuel Peter TKO6 Oleg Maskaev – Cancun

Oct. 11, 2008 Vitali Klitschko TKO9 Samuel Peter – Berlin

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.