Eusebio Pedroza Record & Stats

Eusebio Pedroza Record & Stats

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In a career spanning 18 years and 11 months, Eusebio Pedroza fought 49 times with 41 wins, 6 losses, and 1 draw. By his last professional fight on November 21, 1992, Pedroza's boxing record stood at 41-6-1 (25 KO wins, 3 KO losses).

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Panama City, Panama
“El Alacrán”
Mar 2, 1956
Mar 1, 2019 (62 years)
Dec 1, 1973
25 (52.1%)
173 cm
174 cm
Ape Index
1 cm
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Eusebio Pedroza's record and stats
Eusebio Pedroza's Record

      Eusebio Pedroza (El Alacrán) was a Panamanian professional boxer. He was born in Panama City, Panama on March 2, 1956. Pedroza made his professional boxing debut at the age of 17 on December 1, 1973. He was a featherweight world champion. He died on March 1, 2019 at the age of 62 years. Pedroza is a Hall of Famer.

      Boxing Record

      Total Fights49
      KO Wins25
      Total Title Wins1
      Title Defenses18
      Title-Fight KO Wins11
      Losses via KO3
      49Nov 21, 199236Mauro GutierrezLossSD
      48Mar 14, 199236Tomas QuinonesWinKO3
      47Dec 15, 199135Jorge RomeroWinUD
      46Oct 25, 199135Tomas RodriguezWinUD
      45Aug 9, 198630Edgar CastroLossSD
      44Jun 8, 198529 Barry McGuigan LossUD
      43Feb 2, 198528Jorge Lujan WinUD
      42Jun 23, 198428Gerald HayesWinTKO10
      41May 27, 198428Angel Mayor WinUD
      40Oct 24, 198327Jose Caba WinUD
      39Apr 24, 198327 Rocky Lockridge WinUD
      38Oct 16, 198226Bernard Taylor DrawSD
      37Jul 17, 198226Rudy AlpizarNCNC
      36Jan 24, 198225 Juan Laporte WinUD
      35Dec 5, 198125Bashew Sibaca WinKO5
      34Aug 1, 198125Carlos Pinango WinKO7
      33Feb 14, 198124Pat Ford WinKO13
      32Jan 17, 198124Raul SilvaWinKO5
      31Oct 4, 198024 Rocky Lockridge WinSD
      30Jul 20, 198024Sa Wang Kim WinKO8
      29Mar 29, 198024Juan Domingo Malvarez WinKO9
      28Jan 22, 198023Spider Nemoto WinUD
      27Nov 17, 197923Johnny Aba WinTKO11
      26Jul 21, 197923 Rubén Olivares WinTKO12
      25Apr 7, 197923Hector Carrasquilla WinTKO11
      24Jan 9, 197922Royal Kobayashi WinRTD13
      23Nov 27, 197822Enrique Solis WinUD
      22Jul 2, 197822Ernesto Herrera WinTKO12
      21Apr 15, 197822Cecilio Lastra WinTKO13
      20Nov 26, 197721Rodolfo FrancisWinTKO7
      19May 14, 197721Reynaldo HidalgoWinTKO9
      18Apr 2, 197721Jose SantanaWinUD
      17Jul 11, 197620Oscar ArnalLossKO6
      16Apr 3, 197620 Alfonso Zamora LossKO2
      15Nov 15, 197519Orlando AmoresWinTKO9
      14Jul 19, 197519Guillermo AlmengotWinTKO7
      13Apr 26, 197519Marcos BrittonWinKO4
      12Mar 21, 197519Benicio SosaWinUD
      11Feb 22, 197518Ernesto MathiasWinUD
      10Jan 18, 197518Alfonso PérezLossKO3
      9Sep 14, 197418Senen RiosWinTKO6
      8Jul 20, 197418Vicente Worrel Jr.WinKO1
      7Jun 14, 197418Ernesto DavisWinKO1
      6May 4, 197418Ricardo VegaWinTKO2
      5Mar 30, 197418Jacinto FuentesWinPTS
      4Mar 2, 197418Loitolier ChaconWinKO1
      3Feb 8, 197417Jorge BernalWinPTS
      2Dec 22, 197317Jose SantanaWinUD
      1Dec 1, 197317Julio GarciaWinTKO4

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      Eusebio Pedroza was 173 cm tall (5' 8.11") with a reach of 174 cm (5' 8.50"). He used to fight out of the orthodox stance and presented an ape-index of 1 cm (0.39"). Pedroza had a 52.1% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Eusebio Pedroza's professional boxing career spanned more than 18 years — from 1973 to 1992.

      Pedroza made his debut against Julio Garcia at the age of 17 on December 1, 1973, defeating Garcia via 4th round TKO. He went on to win 8 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 5 wins via stoppage.

      Pedroza had his first world title fight at the age of 20 on April 3, 1976 after 15 professional fights, against Alfonso Zamora for the WBA title. He lost to Zamora via 2nd round KO.

      Pedroza won one world title at featherweight. He was elevated as world champion once. For all the details about Pedroza's world title wins and defenses refer to "Eusebio Pedroza World Titles".

      Some of Pedroza's best fights and notable victories include wins over Bashew Sibaca, Gerald Hayes, Raul Silva, Carlos Pinango, Sa Wang Kim, Rocky Lockridge, and Johnny Aba.

      Eusebio Pedroza had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career — two of them in title bouts and four in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Alfonso Pérez via 3rd round KO on January 18, 1975. He was stopped three times and lost three times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Eusebio Pedroza's losses".

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Mauro Gutierrez at 36 years of age, on November 21, 1992. Pedroza lost the fight via 10 round split-decision.

      Pedroza retired from professional boxing with a record of 41-6-1, which included 25 knockout wins and 3 losses via knockout, and 1 title win. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 1999.

      Career Highlights

      Eusebio Pedroza fought a total of 49 times during his professional career. He was among the very best of his generation and was known for his great performances. These three fights are the highlight of his career.

      • Eusebio Pedroza vs. Cecilio Lastra

        A 22-year old Eusebio Pedroza (17-3, 11 KO) had his first world title fight against Cecilio Lastra for Lastra's WBA featherweight belt.

        Pedroza defeated Lastra via 13th round TKO to win the WBA featherweight title.

      • Eusebio Pedroza vs. Bashew Sibaca

        A 25-year old Eusebio Pedroza (31-3, 22 KO) faced Bashew Sibaca in a featherweight title defense fight.

        Pedroza defeated Sibaca via 5th round KO to retain the WBA featherweight title.

      • Eusebio Pedroza vs. Rick Lockridge II

        In a rematch, a 27-year old Eusebio Pedroza (33-3-1, 23 KO) faced Rocky Lockridge, who was now 24 years old with a record of 29-2 in a featherweight title defense fight. Lockridge was on a nine-fight win streak with 24 KO wins. Pedroza was the taller of the two by 4 cms and also had a 1 cm reach advantage.

        Pedroza defeated Lockridge via 15 round unanimous decision to retain the WBA and Ring Magazine featherweight titles.


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