Gabriel Campillo Record & Stats

Gabriel Campillo Record & Stats

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In a career spanning 12 years and 11 months, Gabriel Campillo fought 34 times with 25 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw. By his last professional fight on September 12, 2015, Campillo's boxing record stood at 25-8-1 (12 KO wins, 5 KO losses).

Spanish nationality
Madrid, Spain
“Chico Guapo”
Dec 19, 1978
Oct 4, 2002
12 (35.3%)
189 cm
193 cm
Ape Index
4 cm
Last Fight
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Gabriel Campillo's Record

      Gabriel Campillo (Chico Guapo) is a retired Spanish professional boxer. He was born in Madrid, Spain on December 19, 1978. Campillo made his professional boxing debut at the age of 23 on October 4, 2002. He is a former light-heavyweight world champion. He is 44 years old, and will be turning 45 in 10 months and 15 days.

      Boxing Record

      Total Fights34
      KO Wins12
      Total Title Wins1
      Title Defenses1
      Title-Fight KO Wins0
      Losses via KO5
      34Sep 12, 201536 Marcus BrowneLossKO1
      33Apr 4, 201536 Artur BeterbievLossKO4
      32Dec 12, 201435Mirzet BajrektarevicWinTKO7
      31Aug 1, 201435Thomas Williams Jr.WinRTD5
      30May 9, 201435Ricky Dennis PowWinTKO7
      29Aug 16, 201334 Andrzej FonfaraLossKO9
      28Jun 14, 201334Ionut Trandafir IlieWinTKO2
      27Jan 19, 201334 Sergey KovalevLossTKO3
      26Feb 18, 201233 Tavoris Cloud LossSD
      25Oct 1, 201132 Karo MuratDrawSD
      24Apr 15, 201132Sergey BeloshapkinWinTKO5
      23May 15, 201031Luzimar GonzagaWinKO1
      22Jan 29, 201031 Beibut Shumenov LossSD
      21Aug 15, 200930 Beibut Shumenov WinMD
      20Jun 20, 200930Hugo Hernán Garay WinMD
      19Mar 8, 200930Lolenga MockWinUD
      18Sep 20, 200829 Karo MuratLossMD
      17May 31, 200829Roberto SantosWinPTS
      16Apr 18, 200829Sergey KharchenkoWinPTS
      15Mar 8, 200829Israel CarrilloWinUD
      14Feb 2, 200829Pavel Florian MadalinWinTKO3
      13Sep 13, 200728Vyacheslav UzelkovLossKO6
      12May 19, 200728Juan NelongoWinTKO5
      11Mar 30, 200728Fernando FernandesWinTKO3
      10Dec 3, 200526Juan NelongoWinUD
      9Sep 17, 200526Oliver TchindaWinPTS
      8Dec 11, 200425Igor LazarenkoWinTKO5
      7Jun 19, 200425Florin ChidiciWinPTS
      6Apr 25, 200425Igor LusakanoWinPTS
      5Feb 13, 200425Alexander BeroshviliWinPTS
      4Nov 6, 200324Yarali YaralievWinPTS
      3Jun 7, 200324Roman MerenkovWinTKO3
      2Mar 14, 200324Arturas MargisWinPTS
      1Oct 4, 200223Arturas MargisWinRTD3

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      Gabriel Campillo is 189 cm tall (6' 2.41") with a reach of 193 cm (6' 3.98"). He fights out of the southpaw stance and presents an ape-index of 4 cm (1.57"). Campillo has a 35.3% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Gabriel Campillo's professional boxing career spanned more than 12 years — from 2002 to 2015.

      Campillo made his debut against Arturas Margis at the age of 23 on October 4, 2002, defeating Margis via 3rd round RTD. He went on to win 11 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 4 wins via stoppage.

      Campillo had his first world title fight at the age of 30 on June 20, 2009 after 19 professional fights, against Hugo Hernán Garay for the light-heavyweight WBA title. He defeated Garay via 12 round majority decision to become the light-heavyweight champion of the world.

      Campillo has won one world title at light-heavyweight. For all the details about Campillo's world title wins and defenses refer to "Gabriel Campillo World Titles".

      Some of Campillo's best fights and notable victories include wins over Mirzet Bajrektarevic, Ionut Trandafir Ilie, Ricky Dennis Pow, Beibut Shumenov, and Hugo Hernán Garay.

      Gabriel Campillo had a total of eight losses in his professional boxing career — two of them in title bouts and six in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Vyacheslav Uzelkov via 6th round KO on September 13, 2007, which ended his 12-fight win streak. He has been stopped five times and lost three times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Gabriel Campillo's losses".

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against American boxer Marcus Browne on September 12, 2015. Campillo lost the fight via 1st round KO. It's been 7 years, 4 months, and 23 days since this fight.

      Campillo retired from professional boxing with a record of 25-8-1, which included 12 knockout wins and 5 losses via knockout, and 1 title win.


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