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Brian Viloria Record

38-6
Total Fights46
Wins38
Losses6
Draws0
No-Contests2
Title Wins4
Title Defenses5
Title-Fight KOs5
KO Wins23
KO Losses2
Brian Viloria Record & Stats
Brian Viloria's Record
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      What is Brian Viloria's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 16 years and nine months, Brian Viloria fought 46 times with 38 wins, 6 losses, and 2 no-contests.

      Viloria retired from professional boxing with a record of 38-6, which included four world-title wins and five successful title defense fights at two weight classes — light-flyweight and flyweight. He had a 52.3% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 23 of his total 46 fights being knockout wins, five of which were in title fights. Viloria lost twice via knockout, both of them in title fights.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Artem Dalakian on February 24, 2018. Viloria was fighting for the flyweight WBA (vacant) title.

      Some of Viloria's best fights and notable victories include wins over Eric Ortiz, Ulises Solís, Omar Niño Romero, Hernán Márquez, Giovani Segura, José Alfredo Zúñiga, and Miguel Cartagena.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      46Feb 24, 201837Artem DalakianLoss *UD
      45Sep 9, 201736Miguel CartagenaWinKO5
      44Mar 2, 201736Ruben MontoyaWinUD
      43Oct 17, 201534Román GonzálezLoss *TKO9
      42Jul 25, 201534Omar SotoWinKO1
      41Dec 6, 201434Armando VazquezWinKO4
      40Jul 19, 201433José Alfredo ZúñigaWinKO5
      39Mar 29, 201433Juan HerreraWinUD
      38Apr 6, 201332Juan Francisco EstradaLoss *SD
      37Nov 17, 201231Hernán MárquezWin *TKO10
      36May 13, 201231Omar Niño RomeroWin *TKO9
      35Dec 10, 201131Giovani SeguraWin *TKO8
      34Jul 16, 201130Julio César MirandaWin *UD
      33Nov 5, 201029Liempetch Sor VeerapolWinTKO7
      32Jul 10, 201029Omar SotoWinSD
      31Jan 23, 201029Carlos TamaraLoss *TKO12
      30Aug 29, 200928Jesus IribeWin *UD
      29Apr 19, 200928Ulises SolísWin *KO11
      28Dec 12, 200828Benjamin GarciaWinKO2
      27Sep 25, 200827Juan Javier LagosWinUD
      26May 17, 200827Fred Heberto ValdezWinKO3
      25Feb 16, 200827Cesar LopezWinUD
      24Jan 4, 200827Jose Garcia BernalWinUD
      23Apr 14, 200726Édgar SosaLoss *MD
      22Nov 18, 200625Omar Niño RomeroNCND
      21Aug 10, 200625Omar Niño RomeroLoss *UD
      20Feb 18, 200625José Antonio AguirreWin *UD
      19Sep 10, 200524Eric OrtizWin *KO1
      18May 28, 200524Ruben ContrerasWinTKO6
      17Dec 16, 200424Angel Antonio PrioloWinKO7
      16Jun 4, 200423Gilberto Keb BaasWinKO11
      15Feb 13, 200423Juan Alfonso Keb BaasWinUD
      14Jul 22, 200322Luis DoriaWinTKO1
      13Apr 15, 200322Valentin LeonWinTKO8
      12Jan 10, 200322Alejandro MorenoWinUD
      11Nov 24, 200222Alberto RosselWinMD
      10Aug 30, 200221Juan Javier LagosWinUD
      9Jul 26, 200221Alberto RosselNCUD
      8Jun 18, 200221Francisco SotoWinTKO5
      7May 17, 200221Sandro Orlando OviedoWinKO1
      6Mar 15, 200221Leonardo GutierrezWinTKO4
      5Jan 5, 200221Antonio PerezWinTKO3
      4Nov 23, 200120Mike ThomasWinUD
      3Nov 9, 200120Sheldon WileWinTKO1
      2Sep 28, 200120Kenny BerriosWinTKO4
      1May 15, 200120Benjamin EscobiaWinUD

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Brian Viloria is a 43-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Waipahu, Hawaii, U.S. on November 24, 1980. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 16 years — from 2001 to 2018.

      Viloria made his professional boxing debut against Benjamin Escobia at the age of 20 on May 15, 2001, defeating Escobia via 4 round unanimous decision. He went on to win 7 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 6 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 24 on September 10, 2005 after 18 professional fights, against Eric Ortiz for the light-flyweight WBC title. He defeated Ortiz via 1st round KO to become the light-flyweight champion of the world.

      Brian Viloria was a one-time unified flyweight world champion, and has won four world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Viloria's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Viloria had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a flyweight bout against Ukrainian boxer Artem Dalakian on February 24, 2018 for the vacant flyweight WBA title. Viloria lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 6 years, 3 months, and 30 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Viloria had a total of 14 world-title fights, which includes winning four world titles and five successful title defenses. He won eight of these fights and lost six.

      Title Wins

      Brian Viloria fought for world titles in seven fights and won four of these fights, three of these victories coming via way of stoppage. In total, he won four belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Nov 17, 2012^Hernán MárquezFlyweightWBA (Unified)TKO
      Jul 16, 2011Julio César MirandaFlyweightWBOUD
      Apr 19, 2009Ulises SolísLight-flyweightIBFKO
      Sep 10, 2005Eric OrtizLight-flyweightWBCKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Brian Viloria had eight world-title defense fights across two weight classes — light-flyweight (x4) and flyweight (x4). He won five of them and lost three times.

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

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Nov 17, 2012^Hernán MárquezFlyweightWBOTKO
      May 13, 2012Omar Niño RomeroFlyweightWBOTKO
      Dec 10, 2011Giovani SeguraFlyweightWBOTKO
      Aug 29, 2009Jesus IribeLight-flyweightIBFUD
      Feb 18, 2006José Antonio AguirreLight-flyweightWBCUD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Brian Viloria lost three world-title defense fights, and lost a total of four titles in these fights.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Apr 6, 2013Juan Francisco EstradaFlyweightWBA (Unified), WBOSD
      Jan 23, 2010Carlos TamaraLight-flyweightIBFTKO
      Aug 10, 2006Omar Niño RomeroLight-flyweightWBCUD

      Highlights

      Viloria fought a total of 46 times during his professional career, which includes 14 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • September 10, 2005: Viloria wins his first world title by defeating Eric Ortiz via 1st round KO. He is now the WBC light-flyweight world champion.

      • November 17, 2012: Viloria becomes a unified flyweight world champion by beating Hernán Márquez via 10th round TKO. He now holds the WBO and WBA (Unified) flyweight world-champion belts.

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