In a career spanning 16 years and 9 months, Brian Viloria fought 46 times with 38 wins, 6 losses, and 2 no-contests. By his last professional fight on February 24, 2018, Viloria's boxing record stood at 38-6 (23 KO wins, 2 KO losses).
Brian Viloria is a retired American professional boxer. He was born in Waipahu, Hawaii, U.S. on November 24, 1980. Viloria made his professional boxing debut at the age of 20 on May 15, 2001. He is a former 2-weight-class world champion. He is 42 years old, and will be turning 43 in 7 months and 26 days.
|Total Title Wins||4|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||5|
|Losses via KO||2|
|46||Feb 24, 2018||37||Artem Dalakian||Loss||UD|
|45||Sep 9, 2017||36||Miguel Cartagena||Win||KO5|
|44||Mar 2, 2017||36||Ruben Montoya||Win||UD|
|43||Oct 17, 2015||34||Román González||Loss||TKO9|
|42||Jul 25, 2015||34||Omar Soto||Win||KO1|
|41||Dec 6, 2014||34||Armando Vazquez||Win||KO4|
|40||Jul 19, 2014||33||José Alfredo Zúñiga||Win||KO5|
|39||Mar 29, 2014||33||Juan Herrera||Win||UD|
|38||Apr 6, 2013||32||Juan Francisco Estrada||Loss||SD|
|37||Nov 17, 2012||31||Hernán Márquez||Win||TKO10|
|36||May 13, 2012||31||Omar Niño Romero||Win||TKO9|
|35||Dec 10, 2011||31||Giovani Segura||Win||TKO8|
|34||Jul 16, 2011||30||Julio César Miranda||Win||UD|
|33||Nov 5, 2010||29||Liempetch Sor Veerapol||Win||TKO7|
|32||Jul 10, 2010||29||Omar Soto||Win||SD|
|31||Jan 23, 2010||29||Carlos Tamara||Loss||TKO12|
|30||Aug 29, 2009||28||Jesus Iribe||Win||UD|
|29||Apr 19, 2009||28||Ulises Solís||Win||KO11|
|28||Dec 12, 2008||28||Benjamin Garcia||Win||KO2|
|27||Sep 25, 2008||27||Juan Javier Lagos||Win||UD|
|26||May 17, 2008||27||Fred Heberto Valdez||Win||KO3|
|25||Feb 16, 2008||27||Cesar Lopez||Win||UD|
|24||Jan 4, 2008||27||Jose Garcia Bernal||Win||UD|
|23||Apr 14, 2007||26||Édgar Sosa||Loss||MD|
|22||Nov 18, 2006||25||Omar Niño Romero||NC||ND|
|21||Aug 10, 2006||25||Omar Niño Romero||Loss||UD|
|20||Feb 18, 2006||25||José Antonio Aguirre||Win||UD|
|19||Sep 10, 2005||24||Eric Ortiz||Win||KO1|
|18||May 28, 2005||24||Ruben Contreras||Win||TKO6|
|17||Dec 16, 2004||24||Angel Antonio Priolo||Win||KO7|
|16||Jun 4, 2004||23||Gilberto Keb Baas||Win||KO11|
|15||Feb 13, 2004||23||Juan Alfonso Keb Baas||Win||UD|
|14||Jul 22, 2003||22||Luis Doria||Win||TKO1|
|13||Apr 15, 2003||22||Valentin Leon||Win||TKO8|
|12||Jan 10, 2003||22||Alejandro Moreno||Win||UD|
|11||Nov 24, 2002||22||Alberto Rossel||Win||MD|
|10||Aug 30, 2002||21||Juan Javier Lagos||Win||UD|
|9||Jul 26, 2002||21||Alberto Rossel||NC||UD|
|8||Jun 18, 2002||21||Francisco Soto||Win||TKO5|
|7||May 17, 2002||21||Sandro Orlando Oviedo||Win||KO1|
|6||Mar 15, 2002||21||Leonardo Gutierrez||Win||TKO4|
|5||Jan 5, 2002||21||Antonio Perez||Win||TKO3|
|4||Nov 23, 2001||20||Mike Thomas||Win||UD|
|3||Nov 9, 2001||20||Sheldon Wile||Win||TKO1|
|2||Sep 28, 2001||20||Kenny Berrios||Win||TKO4|
|1||May 15, 2001||20||Benjamin Escobia||Win||UD|
Brian Viloria was a two-weight-division world champion. He has held four world titles, all four of which were lineal championship wins.
|Weight Division||World Titles Held|
Brian Viloria's 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.
Viloria 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.
He 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 "Brian Viloria World Titles".
Some of Viloria's best fights and notable victories include wins over Eric Ortiz, Omar Niño Romero, Giovani Segura, Miguel Cartagena, Hernán Márquez, Fred Heberto Valdez, and Benjamin Garcia.
Brian Viloria had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career — all of them in title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Omar Niño Romero via 12 round unanimous decision on August 10, 2006, which ended his 19-fight win streak. He has been stopped two times and lost four times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Brian Viloria's losses".
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 5 years, 1 month, and 5 days since this fight.
Viloria retired from professional boxing with a record of 38-6, which included 23 knockout wins and two losses via knockout, and four title wins.
Brian Viloria fought a total of 46 times during his professional career. 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.
A 37-year old Brian Viloria (38-5, 23 KO) faced an undefeated Ukrainian boxer Artem Dalakian, who was 30 years old with a record of 15-0 for the vacant WBA (vacant) flyweight title. Dalakian was on a 15-fight win streak with 11 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 1 cm but Viloria had a 4 cm reach advantage over Dalakian.
Viloria lost to Dalakian via 12 round unanimous decision.
A 34-year old Brian Viloria (36-4, 22 KO) faced an undefeated Nicaraguan boxer Román González, who was 28 years old with a record of 43-0. Viloria was challenging González' WBC and Ring Magazine flyweight titles. González was on a 43-fight win streak with 37 KO wins. Viloria was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 5 cm reach advantage.
Viloria lost to González via 9th round TKO.
A 32-year old Brian Viloria (32-3, 19 KO) faced Mexican boxer Juan Francisco Estrada, who was 22 years old with a record of 26-2 in a flyweight title defense fight. Estrada was on a one-fight losing streak. Both the boxers were of the same height and same reach.
Viloria lost to Estrada via 12 round split-decision and lost the WBA (Unified) and WBO flyweight titles.
Viloria knocked out 23 of his 46 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 52.3%. Of his total 38 wins, 23 of them were via KO (60.5%).
Viloria had six losses. Artem Dalakian, Román González, Juan Francisco Estrada, Carlos Tamara, and Édgar Sosa are some of the boxers who have beaten Viloria.