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Javier Castillejo Record

62-8-1
Total Fights72
Wins62
Losses8
Draws1
No-Contests1
Title Wins2
Title Defenses5
Title-Fight KOs5
KO Wins43
KO Losses2
Javier Castillejo Record & Stats
Javier Castillejo's Record
Javier Castillejo's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Javier Castillejo's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 20 years and eight months, Javier Castillejo fought 72 times with 62 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw.

      Castillejo retired from professional boxing with a record of 62-8-1, which included two world-title wins and five successful title defense fights at the super-welterweight weight division. He had a 60.6% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 43 of his total 72 fights being knockout wins, five of which were in title fights. Castillejo suffered two knockout losses, both of which were in non-title fights.

      His last fight was a 10-round majority decision draw against Pablo Navascues on April 4, 2009.

      Some of Castillejo's best fights and notable victories include wins over Javier Martinez Rodriguez, Felix Sturm, Humberto Aranda, Paolo Roberto, Juan Rondon, Mohamed Boualleg, and Michael Rask.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      72Apr 4, 200941Pablo NavascuesDrawMD
      71Apr 12, 200840Sebastian SylvesterLossKO12
      70Nov 13, 200739Mariano Natalio CarreraWinKO6
      69Apr 28, 200739Felix SturmLoss *UD
      68Dec 2, 200638Mariano Natalio CarreraNCTKO11
      67Jul 15, 200638Felix SturmWin *TKO10
      66Feb 3, 200637Luis CarmonaWinTKO2
      65Nov 4, 200537Presente BritoWinPTS
      64Aug 20, 200537Fernando VargasLossUD
      63Jun 11, 200436Enrique CamposWinTKO5
      62Apr 16, 200436Genaro RiosWinTKO3
      61Sep 12, 200335Ignacio SolarWinTKO2
      60May 9, 200335Diego CastilloWinTKO1
      59Jul 12, 200234Roman KarmazinWinUD
      58Apr 26, 200234Pierre MorenoWinTKO7
      57Jan 11, 200233Xavier MoyaWinTKO5
      56Jun 23, 200133Oscar De La HoyaLoss *UD
      55Oct 21, 200032Javier Martinez RodriguezWin *TKO4
      54Jul 21, 200032Tony MarshallWin *UD
      53Apr 14, 200032Juan RondonWinTKO3
      52Mar 17, 200031Mohamed BouallegWinKO8
      51Dec 17, 199931Michael RaskWin *TKO7
      50Sep 10, 199931Paolo RobertoWin *TKO7
      49May 14, 199931Humberto ArandaWin *TKO4
      48Jan 29, 199930Keith MullingsWin *MD
      47Oct 16, 199830Cristinel AcatrineiWinTKO2
      46Jul 2, 199830Ahmet DottuevWinTKO12
      45Mar 18, 199728Fernando Jose RieraWinPTS
      44Jul 12, 199628Juan Ramon MedinaWinTKO8
      43May 16, 199628Tibor HorvathWinTKO4
      42Mar 7, 199627Stefan DriscuWinTKO2
      41Jan 6, 199627Laurent BoudouaniLossUD
      40Jul 14, 199527Carlos Rocha TomarWinDQ
      39Jan 3, 199526Laurent BoudouaniLossTKO9
      38Jul 23, 199426Ludovic ProtoWinTKO8
      37May 29, 199426Patrick VungboWinPTS
      36Mar 25, 199426Valentino MancaWinTKO3
      35Feb 19, 199425Santo ColomboWinTKO3
      34Jan 11, 199425Bernard RazzanoWinRTD6
      33Oct 29, 199325Hugo Daniel SclarandiWinKO5
      32Jun 25, 199325Javier RiveraWinTKO4
      31Apr 24, 199325Julio César VásquezLoss *UD
      30Mar 26, 199325Jesus Carlos VelezWinPTS
      29Dec 12, 199224Enrique ArecoWinUD
      28Oct 13, 199224Antonio CampbellWinKO3
      27Jul 17, 199224Vasile CiteaWinPTS
      26Jun 19, 199224Jorge SclarandiWinUD
      25May 15, 199224Saoul MambyWinPTS
      24Apr 10, 199224Harry ArroyoWinTKO3
      23Mar 14, 199223Edison MartinezWinKO3
      22Feb 8, 199223Lindon ScarlettWinPTS
      21Jan 17, 199223Gejza StipakWinRTD4
      20Dec 6, 199123Patrick VungboWinTKO5
      19Jul 5, 199123Domingo SanchezWinTKO4
      18May 18, 199123Juan RosarioWinTKO6
      17Dec 21, 199022Eric DindaineWinPTS
      16Oct 19, 199022Alfonso RedondoWinTKO4
      15Aug 17, 199022Jose SalinasWinKO1
      14Jul 14, 199022Claudio SalgadoWinTKO1
      13May 31, 199022Mateo ValdezWinTKO2
      12May 5, 199022Felix RodriguezWinTKO5
      11Feb 16, 199021Carlos TavarezWinTKO2
      10Dec 30, 198921Louie AntunaWinPTS
      9Nov 16, 198921Jimmy BartesWinTKO2
      8Aug 19, 198921Del BryanLossPTS
      7Jul 29, 198921Victor CarvalhoWinPTS
      6Jun 14, 198921Juan Antonio LopezWinPTS
      5Feb 23, 198920Modesto VillardellWinTKO1
      4Nov 19, 198820Santiago VasquezWinPTS
      3Nov 4, 198820Juan PerezWinTKO1
      2Sep 2, 198820Angel DiezWinTKO4
      1Jul 22, 198820Angel DiezWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Javier Castillejo (El Lince de Parla) is a 56-year old retired Spanish professional boxer. He was born in Parla, Madrid, Spain on March 22, 1968. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 20 years — from 1988 to 2009.

      Castillejo made his professional boxing debut against Angel Diez at the age of 20 on July 22, 1988, defeating Diez via 6 round PTS. He went on to win 6 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 3 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 25 on April 24, 1993 after 30 professional fights, against Julio César Vásquez for the WBA title. He lost to Vásquez via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Castillejo has won two world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Castillejo's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Castillejo had a total of eight losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Pablo Navascues on April 4, 2009. The fight ended in a 10 round majority decision draw. It's been 15 years, 2 months, and 17 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Castillejo had a total of 10 world-title fights, which includes winning two world titles and five successful title defenses. He won seven of these fights and lost three.

      Title Wins

      Javier Castillejo fought for world titles in three fights and won two of these fights, winning one of them via way of stoppage. In total, he won two belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Jul 15, 2006Felix SturmMiddleweightWBA (Regular)TKO
      Jan 29, 1999Keith MullingsSuper-welterweightWBCMD

      Title Defenses

      Javier Castillejo had seven world-title defense fights across two weight classes — super-welterweight (x6) and middleweight. He won five of them and lost two times.

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

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Oct 21, 2000Javier Martinez RodriguezSuper-welterweightWBCTKO
      Jul 21, 2000Tony MarshallSuper-welterweightWBCUD
      Dec 17, 1999Michael RaskSuper-welterweightWBCTKO
      Sep 10, 1999Paolo RobertoSuper-welterweightWBCTKO
      May 14, 1999Humberto ArandaSuper-welterweightWBCTKO

      Title Losses

      Javier Castillejo lost two world-title defense fights, and lost a total of two titles in these fights.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Apr 28, 2007Felix SturmMiddleweightWBAUD
      Jun 23, 2001Oscar De La HoyaSuper-welterweightWBCUD

      Highlights

      Castillejo fought a total of 72 times during his professional career, which includes 10 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These six fights are the highlight of his career.

      • April 24, 1993: In his first world-title fight, Javier Castillejo loses to Julio César Vásquez via 12 round unanimous decision. He was fighting for the WBA super-welterweight title.

      • January 29, 1999: Castillejo wins the WBC super-welterweight title from Keith Mullings, by beating Mullings via 12 round majority decision.

      • May 14, 1999: Castillejo successfully defends the WBC super-welterweight title against Humberto Aranda, winning the fight via 4th round TKO.

      • October 21, 2000: Castillejo successfully defends the WBC super-welterweight title against Javier Martinez Rodriguez, winning the fight via 4th round TKO.

      • July 12, 2002: Javier Castillejo beats Roman Karmazin via 12th round unanimous decision.

      • July 15, 2006: Castillejo wins the WBA (Regular) middleweight title from Felix Sturm, by beating Sturm via 10th round TKO.

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