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Austin Trout Record

32-5-1
Total Fights38
Wins32
Losses5
Draws1
No-Contests0
Title Wins1
Title Defenses4
Title-Fight KOs1
KO Wins18
KO Losses1
Austin Trout Record & Stats
Austin Trout's Record
Austin Trout's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Austin Trout's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 14 years and four months, Austin Trout fought 38 times with 32 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw.

      Trout retired from professional boxing with a record of 32-5-1, which included one super-welterweight world-title win and four successful title defense fights. He had a 47.4% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 18 of his total 38 fights being knockout wins, one of which was in a title fight. The only knockout loss in Trout's career was a 10th round RTD loss to Jarrett Hurd in a super-welterweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 2nd round TKO victory over Rosbel Montoya on February 1, 2020.

      Some of Trout's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Miguel Cotto, Frank LoPorto, David Alonso López, Luis Grajeda, Joey Hernandez, Daniel Dawson, and Nilson Julio Tapia.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      38Feb 1, 202034Rosbel MontoyaWinTKO2
      37May 25, 201933Terrell GaushaDrawSD
      36Jun 9, 201832Jermell CharloLoss *MD
      35Feb 17, 201832Juan De AngelWinUD
      34Oct 14, 201732Jarrett HurdLoss *RTD10
      33May 21, 201630Jermall CharloLoss *UD
      32Sep 8, 201529Joey HernandezWinKO6
      31May 9, 201529Luis GalarzaWinTKO6
      30Dec 11, 201429Luis GrajedaWinRTD7
      29Aug 22, 201428Daniel DawsonWinUD
      28Dec 7, 201328Erislandy LaraLossUD
      27Apr 20, 201327Canelo ÁlvarezLoss *UD
      26Dec 1, 201227Miguel CottoWin *UD
      25Jun 2, 201226Delvin RodríguezWin *UD
      24Nov 11, 201126Frank LoPortoWin *TKO6
      23Jun 11, 201125David Alonso LópezWin *UD
      22Feb 5, 201125Rigoberto ÁlvarezWin *UD
      21Nov 5, 200924Taronze WashingtonWinUD
      20Sep 5, 200923Nilson Julio TapiaWinMD
      19Jul 31, 200923Marcos PrimeraWinUD
      18Jun 26, 200923Shawn GarnettWinUD
      17Mar 14, 200923Martin AvilaWinTKO4
      16Nov 20, 200823Bradley ThompsonWinRTD3
      15Jul 9, 200822Byron TysonWinUD
      14May 2, 200822Steve VerdinWinTKO2
      13Dec 21, 200722Erik Rafael EsquivelWinUD
      12Nov 17, 200722Roderick McGaryWinTKO1
      11Jul 27, 200721Nelson EstupinanWinTKO2
      10May 25, 200721Abdias CastilloWinUD
      9Apr 27, 200721Julio PerezWinUD
      8Jan 5, 200721Raul MunozWinKO5
      7Dec 15, 200621Cardyl FinleyWinKO2
      6Sep 29, 200621Dustin LillyWinTKO1
      5Sep 1, 200620Jerry PerezWinKO3
      4Mar 4, 200620Jeremy BergerWinTKO1
      3Feb 4, 200620Anthony TorresWinTKO3
      2Dec 10, 200520Josh PankeyWinTKO1
      1Sep 16, 200519Justo AlmazanWinTKO3

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Austin Trout (No Doubt) is a 38-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Las Cruces, New Mexico, U.S. on September 18, 1985. He is a former super-welterweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 14 years — from 2005 to 2020.

      Trout made his professional boxing debut against Justo Almazan at the age of 19 on September 16, 2005, defeating Almazan via 3rd round TKO. He went on to win 25 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 13 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 25 on February 5, 2011 after 21 professional fights, against Rigoberto Álvarez for the super-welterweight WBA (Regular) (vacant) title. He defeated Álvarez via 12 round unanimous decision to become the super-welterweight champion of the world.

      Trout has won one world title at super-welterweight. For all the details about Trout's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Trout had a total of five losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Rosbel Montoya on February 1, 2020. Trout won the fight via 2nd round TKO. It's been 4 years, 3 months, and 23 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Trout had a total of nine world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and four successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost four.

      Title Wins

      Austin Trout fought for a super-welterweight world title in five fights and won once. He won one super-welterweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Feb 5, 2011Rigoberto ÁlvarezSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)*UD
      * Vacant title

      Title Defenses

      Austin Trout had five super-welterweight world-title defense fights. He won four of them and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Dec 1, 2012Miguel CottoSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)UD
      Jun 2, 2012Delvin RodríguezSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)UD
      Nov 11, 2011Frank LoPortoSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)TKO
      Jun 11, 2011David Alonso LópezSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)UD

      Title Losses

      Austin Trout lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Apr 20, 2013Canelo ÁlvarezSuper-welterweightWBA (Regular)UD

      Highlights

      Trout fought a total of 38 times during his professional career, which includes 9 world-title fights at the super-welterweight division. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • February 5, 2011: Trout wins his first world title by defeating Rigoberto Álvarez via 12 round unanimous decision. He is now the WBA (Regular) super-welterweight world champion.

      • December 1, 2012: Trout successfully defends the WBA (Regular) super-welterweight title against Miguel Cotto, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

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