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Liborio Solís Record

Total Fights44
Title Wins0
Title Defenses2
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins16
KO Losses0
Liborio Solís Record & Stats
Liborio Solís' Record
Liborio Solís' boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Liborio Solís' boxing record?

      22 years and three months into his professional boxing career, Liborio Solís has fought 44 times with 35 wins, 7 losses, and 1 draw.

      Solís' boxing record is currently 35-7-1, which includes one world-championship elevation and two successful title defense fights at the super-flyweight weight division. He has a 37.2% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 16 of his total 44 fights being knockout wins. Solís has never lost via knockout.

      His latest fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Takuma Inoue on April 8, 2023. Solís was fighting for the bantamweight WBA (vacant) title. He is on a one-fight losing streak.

      Some of Solís' best fights and notable victories include wins over Jonathan Burgos, Jose Carlos Vargas, Alex Olea, Kohei Kono, Alexander Espinoza, Ronald Barrera, and Daiki Kameda.

      44Apr 8, 202341Takuma InoueLoss *UD
      43Nov 27, 202240Luis CarrilloWinTKO2
      42Apr 1, 202240Adrien MejiasWinTKO2
      41Mar 23, 202240Alejandro Jair GonzalezWinUD
      40Jul 23, 202139Marlon OleaWinUD
      39Jun 3, 202139Leosdan NunezWinTD
      38Feb 8, 202037Guillermo RigondeauxLoss *SD
      37Jul 18, 201937Karluis DiazWinKO1
      36Mar 23, 201937José Luis BellorínWinUD
      35Nov 27, 201836Jonathan AriasWinRTD5
      34Aug 11, 201836José AlfaroWinUD
      33May 4, 201836José RamosWinKO1
      32Nov 4, 201735Jamie McDonnellNC *NC
      31Nov 12, 201634Jamie McDonnellLoss *UD
      30Jul 16, 201634Freddy BelenoWinUD
      29Jun 25, 201634Juan Carlos VegaWinTKO5
      28Mar 4, 201633Shinsuke YamanakaLoss *UD
      27Dec 17, 201533Jonathan BaatWinUD
      26Nov 13, 201533Yenrry BermudezWinUD
      25Oct 3, 201533Alexander EspinozaWinUD
      24Aug 7, 201533Jonathan BurgosWinKO2
      23Mar 4, 201532Ronald BarreraWinUD
      22Aug 8, 201432Jose Carlos VargasWinTKO2
      21Feb 15, 201431Alex OleaWinKO1
      20Dec 3, 201331Daiki KamedaWinSD
      19May 6, 201331Kohei KonoWin *MD
      18Apr 28, 201230Santiago AcostaWin *UD
      17Dec 10, 201129José SalgadoWinSD
      16Oct 22, 201129Rafael ConcepciónWinUD
      15Jun 3, 201129Ezequiel AsprillaWinTKO4
      14Apr 15, 201129Oswaldo MirandaWinTKO2
      13Feb 1, 201128Ricardo NúñezLossUD
      12Nov 25, 201028Henry MaldonadoLossSD
      11Apr 22, 201028Jose MenaWinUD
      10Mar 18, 201027Alejandro CorralesWinKO2
      9Nov 7, 200927Jose JimenezWinTKO7
      8Jul 18, 200927Iwier HenriquezWinUD
      7Aug 23, 200826Yenifel VicenteLossUD
      6Nov 26, 200725Alexander GonzalezWinUD
      5Oct 8, 200725Franklin MedinaWinTKO6
      4Jul 6, 200220Jose Ignacio SanchezDrawTD
      3Mar 26, 200119Jose ArroyoWinTKO1
      2Jan 30, 200118Miguel AcostaWinUD
      1Dec 15, 200018Claudio LopezWinTKO2

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Liborio Solís (La Maquinita) is a 42-year old Venezuelan professional boxer. He was born in Maracay, Venezuela on March 21, 1982. He is a former super-flyweight world champion.

      Solís made his professional boxing debut against Claudio Lopez at the age of 18 on December 15, 2000, defeating Lopez via 2nd round TKO. He went on to win 2 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 1 wins via stoppage.

      He got elevated as the super-flyweight world WBA champion at the age of 30 after 17 professional fights, and had his first title defense fight against Santiago Acosta on April 28, 2012, and won via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Solís has had a total of seven losses in his professional boxing career so far.

      His most recent fight was a bantamweight bout against Japanese boxer Takuma Inoue on April 8, 2023 for the vacant bantamweight WBA title. Solís lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 1 year, 3 months, and 13 days since this fight.


      Solís has had a total of seven world-title fights till today, which includes winning zero world titles and two successful title defenses. He won two of these fights and lost four.

      Title Wins

      Liborio Solís He was elevated as world champion once, by WBA.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod

      Title Defenses

      Liborio Solís has had two super-flyweight world-title defense fights.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      May 6, 2013Kohei KonoSuper-flyweightWBAMD
      Apr 28, 2012Santiago AcostaSuper-flyweightWBAUD


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