Juan Manuel Marquez career record

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Juan Manuel Marquez career record

The career record of WBA lightweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez:

50 Wins, 4 Losses, 1 Draw, 37 Knockouts

1993

May. 29—Javier Duran, Mexico City, L-DQ 1 Jun. 06—Javier Quiroz, Mexico City, TKO 3 Aug. 01—Isaac Cortes, Mexico City, KO 5 Sep. 18—Israel Flores, Mexico City, TKO 2

1994

May. 07—Roman Poblano, Mexico City, W 6 Aug. 27—Gregorio Silva, Mexico City, TKO 2 Oct. 01—Israel Flores, Mexico City, W 4 Nov. 12—Jose Luis Montes, Mexico City, KO 2 Dec. 03—Israel Gonzalez, Las Vegas, TKO 4

1995

Jan. 30—Martin Ochoa, Inglewood, California, TKO 1 Apr. 25—Julio Cesar Sanchez-Leon, Inglewood, California, W 10 Jul. 10—Julio Cesar Portillo, Inglewood, California, KO 6 Sep. 25—Miguel Rodriquez, Inglewood, California, TKO 1 Nov. 06—Julian Wheeler, Inglewood, California, TKO 10

1996

Mar. 04—Ulises Chong, Inglewood, California, TKO 4 Apr. 29—Julio Gervacio, Anaheim, California, KO 8 Jul. 08—Freddy Cruz, Inglewood, California, W 10 Oct. 19—Darryl Pinckney, Stateline, Nevada, W 10 Dec. 09—Rodrigo Valenzuela, Inglewood, California, KO 8

1997

Feb. 03—Cedric Mingo, Anaheim, California, TKO 10 Apr. 21—Agapito Sanchez, Inglewood, California, W 12 Jul. 14—Catalino Becerra, Inglewood, California, TKO 7 Sep. 27—Vincent Howard, Stateline, Nevada, TKO 12 Nov. 22—Alfred Kotey, Las Vegas, W 12

1998

Mar. 16—Luis Samudio, Inglewood, California, TKO 9 Jun. 20—Juan Cabrera, Las Vegas, TKO 4 Aug. 22—Enrique Jupiter, Las Vegas, TKO 8 Nov. 24—Francisco Arreola, Las Vegas, TKO 3

1999

Feb. 20—Jose Garcia, Coachella, California, TKO 1 May. 10—Wilfredo Vargas, Inglewood, California, TKO 2 Sep. 11—Freddie Norwood, Las Vegas, L 12 (For WBA featherweight title) Nov. 20—Remigio Molina, Las Vegas, TKO 8

2000

May. 20—Roque Cassiani, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, W 12 Aug. 27—Daniel Jimenez, Las Vegas, TKO 7 Oct. 22—Reynante Jamili, Reno, Nevada, TKO 3

2001

Feb. 11—Sean Fletcher, Reno, Nevada, TKO 7 Apr. 01—Baby Lorona, Reno, Nevada, TKO 2 Aug. 19—Julio Gamboa, West Wendover, Utah, TKO 7 Oct. 19—Johnny Walker, Worley, Idaho, TKO 1

2002

Mar. 09—Robbie Peden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, TKO 11 Jun. 21—Hector Marquez, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 10

2003

Feb. 02—Manuel Medina, Las Vegas, TKO 7 (Captured IBF featherweight title) Aug. 16—Marcos Licona, Uncasville, Connecticut, TKO 9 (Non-title fight) Nov. 01—Derrick Gainer, Grand Rapids, Michigan, W TD 7 (Retained IBF featherweight title) (Captured WBA featherweight title)

2004

May 08—Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, D 12 (Retained WBA and IBF featherweight titles) Sep. 18—Orlando Salido, Las Vegas, W 12 (Retained WBA and IBF featherweight titles)

2005

May 07—Victor Polo, Las Vegas, W 12 (Retained WBA and IBF featherweight titles)

2006

Mar. 04—Chris John, Tenggarong City, Indonesia, L 12 (Lost WBA featherweight title) Aug. 05—Terdsak Jandaeng, Stateline, Nevada, TKO 7 Nov. 25—Jimrex Jaca, Hidalgo, Texas, KO 9

2007

Mar. 17—Marco Antonio Barrera, Las Vegas, W 12 (Captured WBC super featherweight title) Nov. 03—Rocky Juarez, Tuscon, Arizona, W 12 (Retained WBC super featherweight title)

2008

Mar. 15—Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, L 12 (Lost WBC super featherweight title) Sep. 13—Joel Casamayor, Las Vegas, TKO 11

2009

Feb. 29—Juan Diaz, Houston, KO 9 (Captured vacant WBA lightweight title)

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