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Joshua Franco Record

Total Fights24
Title Wins1
Title Defenses1
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins8
KO Losses1
Joshua Franco Record & Stats
San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
“El Profesor”
Oct 27, 1995
Aug 6, 2015
Title Fights
8 (34.8%)
165 cm
170 cm
Ape Index
5 cm
Last Fight
d3 v0.1.9-beta 2023-12-09
Joshua Franco's Record
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      What is Joshua Franco's record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning seven years and 10 months, Joshua Franco fought 24 times with 18 wins, 2 losses, and 3 draws.

      Franco retired from professional boxing with a record of 18-2-3, which included one super-flyweight world-title win and one successful title defense fight. He had a 34.8% knockouts-to-fights ratio with eight of his total 24 fights being knockout wins. The only knockout loss in Franco's career was a 9th round TKO loss to Lucas Fernandez, which was not a world title fight.

      His latest fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Kazuto Ioka on June 24, 2023.

      Some of Franco's best fights and notable victories include wins over Andrew Moloney, Oscar Negrete, Jose Alejandro Burgos, Isao Gonzalo Carranza, Marco Antonio Sanchez, Bryan Bazan, and Victor Pasillas.

      24Jun 24, 202327Kazuto IokaLossUD
      23Dec 31, 202227Kazuto IokaDraw *MD
      22Aug 14, 202125Andrew MoloneyWin *UD
      21Nov 14, 202025Andrew MoloneyNC *NC
      20Jun 23, 202024Andrew MoloneyWin *UD
      19Jan 11, 202024Jose Alejandro BurgosWinTKO9
      18Aug 10, 201923Oscar NegreteDrawSD
      17Apr 25, 201923Oscar NegreteWinSD
      16Oct 4, 201822Oscar NegreteDrawSD
      15Jun 1, 201822Isao Gonzalo CarranzaWinKO5
      14Mar 24, 201822Lucas FernandezLossTKO9
      13Dec 14, 201722Carlos MaldonadoWinUD
      12Jul 14, 201721Pedro Antonio RodriguezWinUD
      11Jun 17, 201721Oscar MojicaWinUD
      10May 18, 201721Marco Antonio SanchezWinKO1
      9Feb 3, 201721Victor PasillasWinKO3
      8Nov 18, 201621Felipe RivasWinUD
      7Sep 17, 201620Bryan BazanWinRTD4
      6Jun 11, 201620Sam RodriguezWinUD
      5Apr 1, 201620Jorge PerezWinKO2
      4Jan 29, 201620Juan Carlos BenavidesWinUD
      3Dec 4, 201520Leonardo ReyesWinKO1
      2Oct 2, 201519Saul HernándezWinTKO3
      1Aug 6, 201519Temoatzin LanderosWinSD

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Joshua Franco (El Profesor) is a 28-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in San Antonio, Texas, U.S. on October 27, 1995. He is a former super-flyweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 7 years — from 2015 to 2023.

      Franco made his professional boxing debut against Temoatzin Landeros at the age of 19 on August 6, 2015, defeating Landeros via 4 round split decision. He went on to win 12 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 June 23, 2020 after 19 professional fights, against Andrew Moloney for the super-flyweight WBA (Regular) title. He defeated Moloney via 12 round unanimous decision to become the super-flyweight champion of the world.

      Franco has won one world title at super-flyweight. For all the details about Franco's world title wins and defenses refer to "Joshua Franco World Titles".

      Franco had a total of two losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title rematch against Japanese boxer Kazuto Ioka on June 24, 2023. Franco lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 5 months and 15 days since this fight.

      For a very detailed list Franco's fights refer to "All of Joshua Franco's fights".

      World Titles

      Franco was a super-flyweight world champion. He has held one world title at super-flyweight, which was a lineal championship win.

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