Estrada vs. Beamon; Hrgovic vs Heredia Weigh In Results

Juan Francisco Estrada 114.6 vs Dewayne Beamon 114.6
Filip Hrgovic 233.4 vs Mario Heredia 278.8
Liam Smith 159.8 vs Mario ‘Águila’ Lozano 158.7
Shakram Giyasov 140 vs Darleys Pérez 140
Jono Carrol 133.3 vs Eleazar Valenzuela 135.5

HRGOVIC IN GREAT SHAPE AHEAD OF HEREDIA FIGHT

Hundreds of fight fans were in attendance at the Galerias Mall in Hermosillo as Filip Hrgović (8-0, 6 KOs) and his opponent Mario Heredia (16-6-1, 13 KOs) weighed in, ahead of their showdown tonight at the Cum Hermosillo, Mexico.

Hrgović defended his WBC International Heavyweight title against America’s Gregory Corbin (15-2, 9 KOs) in May 2019 in Maryland, USA and now defends his title once more against Mario Heredia, from Chihuahua, Mexico.

The undefeated 27-year-old Croatian has highlighted his respect for the Mexican legends and intends to honour his heroes with a knockout, while Heredia is determined to take advantage of the opportunity of a lifetime.

WBC International Heavyweight Title – 10 Rounds

Filip Hrgovic – 110,5 kg
Mario Heredia – 127,5 kg

Filip Hrgović against Mario Heredia will be broadcasted live around the world including on RTL in Croatia, DAZN in America and Germany and Sky Sports in the UK.

JUAN FRANCISCO “El Gallo” ESTRADA (Mexico)

WBC Super Flyweight World Champion, 1st Title Defense
Age: 29 / Date of birth: April 14, 1990
Residence: Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico / Birthplace: Puerto Penasco, Sonora, Mexico
Record: 39-3, 26 KOs / Total rounds: 266 / World championship fights: 7-2, 4 KOs
Height: 5’4″ – 163cm / Reach: 66″ – 168cm / Stance: Right-handed

DEWAYNE “Mr. Stop Running” BEAMON (USA)

Ranked WBC No. 14 at Super Flyweight
Age: 34 / Date of birth: August 7, 1985
Residence, birthplace: Goldsboro, North Carolina
Record: 16-1-1, 11 KOs / Total rounds: 95
Height: 5’5″ – 165cm / Stance: Right-handed

WBC SUPER FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Rafael Orono (Venezuela) 1980 – 1981
2. Chulho Kim (Korea) 1981 – 1982
3. Rafael Orono (Venezuela) 1982 – 1983*
4. Payao Pooltarat (+) (Thai) 1983 – 1984
5. Jiro Watanabe (Japan) 1984 – 1986
6. Gilberto Roman (+) (Mexico) 1986 – 1987
7. Santos Laciar (Argentina) 1987
8. Jose Bebis Rojas (Colombia) 1987 – 1988
9. Gilberto Roman (+) (Mex) 1988 – 1989*
10. Nana Konadu (Ghana) 1989 – 1990
11. Sungkil Moon (Korea) 1990 – 1993
12. Jose Luis Bueno (Mexico) 1993 – 1994
13. Hiroshi Kawashima (Japan) 1994 – 1997
14. Gerry Peñalosa (Phil) 1997 – 1998
15. Injoo Cho (Korea) 1998 – 2000
16. Masamori Tokuyama (Jap) 2000 – 2004
17. Katsushige Kawashima (Jap) 2004 – 2005
18. Masamori Tokuyama (Jap) 2005 – 2006 *
19. Cristian Mijares (Mexico) 2006 – 2008
20. Vic Darchinyan (Australia) 2008 – 2010
21. Tomas Rojas (Mexico) (Interim) 2009
22. Vic Darchinyan (Aust) 2009 – 2010*
23. Tomas Rojas (Mexico) 2010 – 2011*
24. Suriyan Por Chockchai (Thai) 2011 – 2012
25. Yota Sato (Japan) 2012 – 2013
26. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (Thai) 2013 – 2014
27. Carlos Cuadras (Mexico) 2014 – 2016
28. Roman Gonzalez (Nic) 2016 – 2017
29. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (Thai) 2017 – 2019*
30. Juan Francisco Estrada (Mex) 2019 –
* Regained

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPER FLYWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

24 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only six have regained the title: Rafael Orono (Venezuela), Gilberto Roman (Mexico), Masamori Tokuyama (Japan), Vic Darchinyan (Australia), Tomas Rojas (Mexico), Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (Thailand).

119 super flyweight world title fights have been held in WBC history.

WBC SUPER FLYWEIGHT TOP 10 CHAMPIONS

1. Gilberto Roman (Mexico)
2. Santos Laciar (Argentina)
3. Jiro Watanabe (Japan)
4. Chulho Kim (Korea)
5. Cristian Mijares (Mexico)
6. Gerry Peñalosa (Philippines)
7. Sungkil Moon (Korea)
8. Rafael Orono (Venezuela)
9. Carlos Cuadras (Mexico)
10. Jose Luis Bueno (Mexico)

MEMORABLE WBC SUPER FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS

Apr. 26, 2019 Juan Francisco Estrada W12 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai – Inglewood, California
Feb. 24, 2018 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai W12 Juan Francisco Estrada – Inglewood, California
Sep. 9, 2017 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai KO4 Roman Gonzalez – Carson, California
Mar. 18, 2017 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai W12 Roman Gonzalez – New York, New York
Sep. 10, 2016 Roman Gonzalez W12 Carlos Cuadras – Inglewood, California
May 31, 2014 Carlos Cuadras TW8 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai – Iztacalco, Mexico
Nov. 15, 2013 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai TKO9 Hirofumi Mukai – Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Feb. 7, 2009 Vic Darchinyan TKO11 Jorge Arce – Anaheim, California
Aug. 30, 2008 Cristian Mijares TKO3 Chatchai Sasakul – Monterrey, Mexico
Feb. 27, 2006 Masamori Tokuyama W12 Jose Navarro – Osaka, Japan
June 28, 2004 Katsushige Kawashima TKO1 Masamori Tokuyama – Yokohama, Japan
Jan. 2, 2000 In-Joo Cho W12 Gerry Peñalosa – Seoul, South Korea
Nov. 23, 1997 Gerry Peñalosa KO10 Young-Joo Cho – Seongnam City, South Korea
Jan. 18, 1995 Hiroshi Kawashima W12 Jose Luis Bueno – Yokohama, Japan
Nov. 13, 1993 Jose Luis Bueno W12 Sungkil Moon – Pohang City, South Korea
June 9, 1990 Sungkil Moon TKO8 Gilberto Roman – Seoul, South Korea
Jan. 20, 1009 Sungkil Moon TW9 Nana Konadu – Seoul, South Korea
Nov. 7, 1989 Nana Konadu W12 Gilberto Roman – Mexico City, Mexico
Apr. 8, 1988 Gilberto Roman W12 Sugar Baby Rojas – Miami Beach, Florida
May 16, 1987 Santos Laciar TKO11 Gilberto Roman – Reims, France
Mar. 30, 1986 Gilberto Roman W12 Jiro Watanabe – Hyogo, Japan
Jul. 5, 1984 Jiro Watanabe W12 Payao Poontarat – Osaska, Japan
Nov. 27, 1983 Payao Poontarat W12 Rafael Orono – Pattaya, Thailand
May 9, 1983 Rafael Orono W12 Raul Valdez – Caracas, Venezuela
Apr. 22, 1981 Chulho Kim W15 Jiro Watanabe – Seoul, South Korea
Feb. 2, 1980 Rafael Orono W15 Seung-Hoon Lee – Caracas, Venezuela

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.

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