Ken Shiro vs. Saul Juarez – WBC statistics

WBC STATISTICS

· WBC Light Flyweight World Championship
· WBC Interim Bantamweight World Championship
December 30, 2017 / Ota-City General Gymnasium / Tokyo, Japan
These will be the 2,034th and 2,035th fights sanctioned by the WBC in its 55-year history.

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KEN “The Amazing Boy” SHIRO (Japan)

WBC Light Flyweight World Champion / 5th Title Defense
Age: 26 / Date of birth: January 6, 1992
Residence: Uji, Kyoto, Japan / Birthplace: Joyo, Kyoto, Japan
Record: 14-0, 8 KOs / Total rounds: 92 / World championship fights: 5-0, 3 KOs
Height: 5’5″ – 165cm / Reach: 64” – 163cm / Stance: Right-handed
Manager: Takeo Imamura / Trainer: Hisashi Teraji

SAUL “Baby” JUAREZ (Mexico)

Ranked WBC No. 7 at Light Flyweight
Age: 28 / Date of birth: November 28, 1990
Residence, birthplace: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Record: 24-8-2, 13 KOs / Total rounds: 215 / World championship fights: 0-1
Height: 5”0.5″ – 154cm / Stance: Right-handed
Manager, trainer: Raul Lopez

WBC LIGHT FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Franco Udella (Italy) 1975
2. Luis Estaba (Ven) 1975 – 1978
3. Freddie Castillo (Mex) 1978
4. Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh (Tha) 1978
5. Sung Jun Kim (Kor) 1978 – 1980
6. Shigeo Nakajima (Jap) 1980
7. Hilario Zapata (Pan) 1980 – 1982
8. Amado Urzua (Mex) 1982
9. Tadashi Tomori (Jap) 1982
10. Hilario Zapata (Pan) * 1982 – 1983
11. Jungkoo Chang (Kor) 1983 – 1988
12. German Torres (Mex) 1988 – 1989
13. Yulwoo Lee (Kor) 1989
14. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex) 1989 – 1990
15. Rolando Pascua (Phil) 1990 – 1991
16. Melchor Cob Castro (Mex) 1991
17. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex)* 1991 – 1993
18. Michael Carbajal (US) 1993 – 1994
19. Humberto Gonzalez (Mex)* 1994 – 1995
20. Saman Sorjaturong (Tha) 1995 – 1999
21. Yosam Choi (Kor) 1999 – 2002
22. Jorge Arce (Mex) 2001 – 2004
23. Eric Ortiz (Mex) 2005
24. Brian Viloria (US) 2005 – 2006
25. Omar Niño (Mexico) 2006
26. Wandee Singwangcha (Thai) (Interim) 2006
27. Edgar Sosa (Mexico) 2007 – 2009
28. Rodel Mayol (Philippines) 2009 – 2010
29. Omar Niño (Mexico) * 2010
30. Gilberto Keb Baas (Mexico) 2010 – 2011
31. Adrian Hernandez (Mexico) 2011
32. Kompayak Porpramook (Thai) 2011 – 2012
33. Adrian Hernandez (Mexico)* 2012 – 2014
34. Naoya Inoue (Japan) 2014
35. Pedro Guevara (Mexico) 2014 – 2015
36. Yo Kimura (Japan) 2015 – 2016
37. Ganigan Lopez (Mexico) 2016 – 2017
38. Ken Shiro (Japan) 2017 –
* Regained

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GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE LIGHT FLYWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

33 light flyweight world champions have been recognized by the WBC, four of whom have regained the title: Hilario Zapata (Panama), Humberto Gonzalez (Mexico) two times, Omar Niño (Mexico), Adrian Hernandez (Mexico).

141 light flyweight world title bouts have been held in WBC history.

MEMORABLE WBC LIGHT FLYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS

Oct. 7, 2018 Ken Shiro TKO7 Milan Melindo – Yokohama
July 2, 2016 Ganigan Lopez W12 Yu Kimura – Kyoto
Apr. 6, 2014 Naoya Inoue TKO6 Adrian Hernandez – Tokyo
Feb. 8, 2014 Adrian Hernandez TKO3 Janiel Rivera – Huixquilucan
June 19, 2010 Omar Niño W12 Rodel Mayol – Queretaro
Nov. 21, 2009 Rodel Mayol TKO2 Edgar Sosa – Tuxtla Gutierrez
Apr. 14, 2007 Edgar Sosa W12 Brian Viloria – San Antonio
Feb. 18, 2006 Brian Viloria W12 Jose Antonio Aguirre – Las Vegas
Sep. 4, 2004 Jorge Arce W12 Juanito Rubillar – Tijuana
July 6, 2002 Jorge Arce TKO6 Yo Sam Choi – Seoul
Jan. 30, 2001 Yo Sam Choi KO7 Saman Sorjaturong – Seoul
July 15, 1995 Saman Sorjaturong TKO7 Humberto Gonzalez – Inglewood
Nov. 12, 1994 Humberto Gonzalez W12 Michael Carbajal – Mexico City
Mar. 13, 1993 Michael Carbajal KO7 Humberto Gonzalez – Las Vegas
Dec. 9, 1989 Humberto Gonzalez W12 Jung Koo Chang – Daegu
Mar. 26, 1983 Jung Koo Chang TKO3 Hilario Zapata – Daejeon
Sep. 18, 1982 Hilario Zapata W15 Jung Koo Chang – Chongju
Feb. 19, 1978 Freddy Castillo TKO14 Luis Estaba – Caracas
July 18, 1976 Luis Estaba KOe Franco Udella – Caracas
Apr. 4, 1975 Franco Udella WDQ12 Valentin Martinez – Milan

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PETCH SOR CHITPATTANA (Thailand)

Ranked WBC No. 2 at Bantamweight
Age: 25 / Date of birth: November 20, 1993
Residence, birthplace: Amphoe Phon Thong, Roi-Et, Thailand
Record: 48-0, 33 KOs / Total rounds: 248 / Stance: Left-handed
WBC affiliated titles held: Youth Silver bantamweight

TAKUMA INOUE (Japan)

Ranked WBC No. 5 at Bantamweight
Age: 23 / Date of birth: December 26, 1995
Residence, birthplace: Zama, Kanagawa, Japan
Record: 12-0, 3 KOs / Total rounds: 93
Height: 5’4″ – 163cm / Stance: Right-handed
WBC affiliated titles held: OPBF Super Flyweight
Manager: Hideyuki Ohashi / Trainer: Shingo Inoue

WBC BANTAMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1. Eder Jofre (Brazil) 1963 – 1965
2. Masahiko Harada (Jap) 1965 – 1968
3. Lionel Rose (Aust) 1968 – 1969
4. Ruben Olivares (Mex) 1969 – 1970
5. Chucho Castillo (Mex) 1970 – 1971
6. Ruben Olivares (Mex) * 1971 – 1972
7. Rafael Herrera (Mex) 1972
8. Enrique Pinder (Pan) 1972
9. Rafael Herrera (Mex) * 1973 – 1974
10. Rodolfo Martinez (Mex) 1974 – 1976
11. Carlos Zarate (Mex) 1976 – 1979
12. Lupe Pintor (Mex) 1979 – 1982
13. Albert Davila (US) 1983 – 1984
14. Daniel Zaragoza (Mex) 1985
15. Miguel Lora (Col) 1985 – 1988
16. Raul Perez (Mex) 1988 – 1991
17. Greg Richardson (US) 1991
18. Joichiro Tatsuyoshi (Jap) 1991 – 1993
19. Victor Rabanales (Mex) (Interim) 1992 – 1993
20. Jungil Byun (Kor) 1993
21. Joichiro Tatsuyoshi (Jap) (Interim)* 1993 – 1994
22. Yasuei Yakushiji (Jap) 1993 – 1995
23. Wayne McCullough (Ire) 1995 – 1996
24. Sirimongkol Singmanassuk (Thai) 1996 – 1997
25. Joichiro Tatsuyoshi (Jap) * 1997 – 1998
26. Veeraphol Nakhonluang (Thai) 1998 – 2005
27. Hozumi Hasegawa (Japan) 2005 – 2010
28. Fernando Montiel (Mexico) 2010 – 2011
29. Nonito Donaire (Phil) 2011
30. Shinsuke Yamanaka (Japan) 2011 – 2017
31. Luis Nery (Mexico) 2017 –
*Regained

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

27 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, of whom only three have regained the title: Ruben Olivares (Mexico), Rafael Herrera (Mexico), Joichiro Tatsuyoshi (Japan) two times.

139 bantamweight world title bouts have been held in WBC history.

WBC TOP 10 BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPIONS
1. Carlos Zarate (Mexico)
2. Eder Jofre (Brazil)
3. Ruben Olivares (Mexico)
4. Rafael Herrera (Mexico)
5. Veeraphol Nakhonluang (Thai)
6. Joichiro Tatsuyoshi (Japan)
7. Jungil Byun (Korea)
8. Yasuei Yakushiji (Japan)
9. Hozumi Hasegawa (Japan)
10. Shinsuke Yamanaka (Japan)
MEMORABLE WBC BANTAMWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHTS
Aug. 15, 2017 Luis Nery KO4 Shinsuke Yamanaka – Kyoto
Sep. 22, 2015 Shinsuke Yamanaka W12 Anselmo Moreno – Tokyo
Nov. 6, 2011 Shinsuke Yamanaka TKO11 Christian Esquivel – Tokyo
Feb. 19, 2011 Nonito Donaire TKO2 Fernando Montiel – Las Vegas
Apr. 30, 2010 Fernando Montiel TKO4 Hozumi Hasegawa – Tokyo
Apr. 16, 2005 Hozumi Hasegawa W12 Veeraphol Sahaprom – Tokyo
June 25, 2000 Veeraphol Sahaprom W12 Toshiaki Nishioka – Takasago
Aug. 10, 1996 Sirimongkol Singwancha TKO5 Jose Luis Bueno – Phitsanulok
Jul. 30, 1995 Wayne McCullough W12 Yasuei Yakushiji – Nagoya
Sep. 17, 1992 Victor Rabanales TKO9 Joichiro Tatsuyoshi – Osaka
Sep. 19, 1991 Joichiro Tatsuyoshi TKO10 Greg Richardson – Moriguchi
Oct. 29, 1988 Raul Perez W12 Miguel Lora – Las Vegas
Aug. 9, 1985 Miguel Lora W12 Daniel Zaragoza – Miami
June 3, 1979 Lupe Pintor W15 Carlos Zarate – Las Vegas
May 8, 1976 Carlos Zarate KO9 Rodolfo Martinez – Inglewood
Dec. 7, 1974 Rodolfo Martinez TKO4 Rafael Herrera – Merida
Mar. 19, 1972 Rafael Herrera KO5 Ruben Olivares – Mexico City
Aug. 22, 1969 Ruben Olivares KO4 Lionel Rose – Inglewood
Mar. 8, 1969 Lionel Rose W15 Alan Rudkin – Melbourne
May 18, 1965 Fighting Harada W15 Eder Jofre – Nagoya
Apr. 4, 1963 Eder Jofre KO3 Katsutoshi Aoki – Kokugican

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.

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