In a career spanning 17 years, Luis Maldonado fought 52 times with 36 wins, 15 losses, and 1 draw. By his last professional fight on May 7, 2015, Maldonado's boxing record stood at 36-15-1 (27 KO wins, 7 KO losses).
Luis Maldonado (Titi) is a retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico on February 27, 1978. Maldonado made his professional boxing debut at the age of 20 on April 17, 1998. He retired without winning a world title. He is 45 years old, and will be turning 46 in 10 months and 29 days.
|Total Title Wins||0|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||0|
|Losses via KO||7|
|52||May 7, 2015||37||Oscar Negrete||Loss||TD|
|51||Nov 13, 2014||36||Roy Tapia||Loss||KO4|
|50||Apr 26, 2014||36||Joseph Diaz||Loss||UD|
|49||Aug 24, 2013||35||Jessie Magdaleno||Loss||KO3|
|48||Jan 11, 2013||34||Randy Caballero||Loss||TKO4|
|47||Sep 8, 2012||34||Ivan Morales||Loss||TD|
|46||May 18, 2012||34||Juan Carlos Payano||Loss||UD|
|45||Mar 10, 2012||34||McWilliams Arroyo||Loss||UD|
|44||Aug 27, 2011||33||Javier Marquez Clemente||Win||TKO2|
|43||Aug 5, 2011||33||Juan Mercedes||Loss||MD|
|42||Apr 1, 2011||33||Eric Morel||Loss||TKO4|
|41||Jul 18, 2009||31||Rodrigo Guerrero||Loss||UD|
|40||May 31, 2008||30||Fernando Montiel||Loss||TKO3|
|39||Dec 1, 2007||29||Nonito Donaire||Loss||TKO8|
|38||Oct 5, 2007||29||Sergio Espinoza||Win||UD|
|37||Feb 17, 2007||28||Jorge Romero||Win||TKO4|
|36||Jan 1, 2007||28||Antonio Garibay||Win||KO5|
|35||Nov 17, 2006||28||Javier Torres||Win||TKO4|
|34||Jun 3, 2006||28||Vic Darchinyan||Loss||TKO8|
|33||Feb 24, 2006||27||Cristian Mijares||Draw||MD|
|32||Oct 29, 2005||27||Tomas Rojas||Win||SD|
|31||Aug 13, 2005||27||Julio Grimaldo||Win||TKO3|
|30||Apr 1, 2005||27||Guadalupe Arce||Win||KO5|
|29||Mar 18, 2005||27||Juan Francisco Centeno||Win||KO2|
|28||Nov 19, 2004||26||Fred Heberto Valdez||Win||TKO6|
|27||Aug 13, 2004||26||Francisco Garcia||Win||RTD4|
|26||Apr 2, 2004||26||Jose Alfredo Tirado||Win||SD|
|25||Feb 13, 2004||25||Oscar Arciniega||Win||KO3|
|24||Nov 14, 2003||25||Ruben Sanchez Leon||Win||UD|
|23||Jun 20, 2003||25||Rafael Chavez||Win||TKO7|
|22||Jan 1, 2003||24||Manuel Sarabia||Win||TKO5|
|21||Nov 22, 2002||24||Francisco Soto||Win||TKO11|
|20||Jul 12, 2002||24||Rafael Chavez||Win||TKO2|
|19||Apr 19, 2002||24||Jose de Jesus Robles||Win||KO1|
|18||Nov 16, 2001||23||Gilberto Keb Baas||Win||SD|
|17||Aug 24, 2001||23||Gabriel Munoz||Win||TKO5|
|16||Jun 4, 2001||23||Sherwin Alferez||Win||PTS|
|15||Jan 1, 2001||22||Aaron Sepulveda||Win||KO6|
|14||Dec 9, 2000||22||Juan Jose Beltran||Win||TKO4|
|13||Sep 2, 2000||22||Jose Angel Cota||Win||TKO5|
|12||Aug 4, 2000||22||Cesar Rodriguez||Win||TKO2|
|11||Jul 7, 2000||22||Carlos Gamboa||Win||TKO4|
|10||Apr 7, 2000||22||Felizardo Carrasco||Win||KO7|
|9||Mar 7, 2000||22||Daniel Navarete||Win||TKO7|
|8||Feb 4, 2000||21||Jose Luis Bernardino||Win||PTS|
|7||Nov 29, 1999||21||Jose Alberto Mendoza||Win||KO5|
|6||Oct 15, 1999||21||Ruben Arteaga||Win||TKO2|
|5||Apr 30, 1999||21||Juan Carlos Covarrubias||Win||TKO7|
|4||Mar 14, 1999||21||Jose Alberto Mendoza||Win||UD|
|3||Aug 14, 1998||20||Juan Jose Beltran||Loss||UD|
|2||Jul 3, 1998||20||Carlos Castro||Win||TKO4|
|1||Apr 17, 1998||20||Daniel Navarete||Win||PTS|
Luis Maldonado's professional boxing career spanned more than 17 years — from 1998 to 2015.
Maldonado made his professional boxing debut against Daniel Navarete at the age of 20 on April 17, 1998, defeating Navarete via 4 round PTS.
Maldonado had his first world title fight at the age of 28 on June 3, 2006 after 33 professional fights, against Vic Darchinyan for the IBF title. He lost to Darchinyan via 8th round TKO.
Some of Maldonado's best fights and notable victories include wins over Jorge Romero, Javier Torres, Antonio Garibay, Javier Marquez Clemente, and Jose de Jesus Robles.
Luis Maldonado had a total of 15 losses in his professional boxing career — three of them in title bouts and 12 in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Juan Jose Beltran via 8 round unanimous decision on August 14, 1998. He has been stopped seven times and lost eight times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Luis Maldonado's losses".
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Oscar Negrete on May 7, 2015. Maldonado lost the fight via 5 round technical-decision. It's been 7 years, 10 months, and 22 days since this fight.
Maldonado retired from professional boxing with a record of 36-15-1, which included 27 knockout wins and seven losses via knockout.
A 36-year old Luis Maldonado (36-12-1, 27 KO) fought an undefeated American boxer Joseph Diaz, who was 21 years old with a record of 9-0. Diaz was on a nine-fight win streak with 7 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 2 cms but Maldonado had a 7 cm reach advantage over Diaz.
Maldonado lost to Diaz via 6 round unanimous decision.
A 35-year old Luis Maldonado (36-11-1, 27 KO) fought an undefeated American boxer Jessie Magdaleno, who was 21 years old with a record of 15-0. Magdaleno was on a 15-fight win streak with 11 KO wins. Maldonado was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 2 cm reach advantage.
Maldonado lost to Magdaleno via 3rd round KO.
A 34-year old Luis Maldonado (36-8-1, 27 KO) fought an undefeated Dominican boxer Juan Carlos Payano, who was 28 years old with a record of 9-0. Payano was on a nine-fight win streak with 5 KO wins. Maldonado was the taller of the two by 1 cm and also had a 6 cm reach advantage.
Maldonado lost to Payano via 10 round unanimous decision.
A 34-year old Luis Maldonado (36-7-1, 27 KO) fought Puerto Rican boxer McWilliams Arroyo, who was 26 years old with a record of 10-1. Arroyo was on a seven-fight win streak with 9 KO wins. Maldonado was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 7 cm reach advantage.
Maldonado lost to Arroyo via 10 round unanimous decision.
A 30-year old Luis Maldonado (35-3-1, 26 KO) faced fellow Mexican boxer Fernando Montiel, who was 29 years old with a record of 37-2-1. Maldonado was challenging Montiel's WBO super-flyweight title. Montiel was on a four-fight win streak with 28 KO wins. Maldonado was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 1 cm reach advantage.
Maldonado lost to Montiel via 3rd round TKO.
A 29-year old Luis Maldonado (35-2-1, 26 KO) faced Filipino boxer Nonito Donaire, who was 25 years old with a record of 18-1. Maldonado was challenging Donaire's IBF flyweight title. Donaire was on a 17-fight win streak with 11 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 2 cms and also had a 3 cm reach advantage over Maldonado.
Maldonado lost to Donaire via 8th round TKO.
A 28-year old Luis Maldonado (31-1-1, 23 KO) challended an undefeated Armenian boxer Vic Darchinyan's IBF flyweight champion and defended the title. Darchinyan was 30 years old with a record of 25-0. Darchinyan was on a 25-fight win streak with 20 KO wins. Both the boxers were of the same height but Maldonado had a 6 cm reach advantage over Darchinyan.
Maldonado lost to Darchinyan via 8th round TKO.
A 27-year old Luis Maldonado (30-1, 23 KO) fought fellow Mexican boxer Tomas Rojas, who was 25 years old with a record of 21-6. Rojas was on a two-fight win streak with 13 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 7 cms and also had a 7 cm reach advantage over Maldonado.
Maldonado defeated Rojas via 10 round split-decision.
Maldonado knocked out 27 of his 52 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 51.9%. Of his total 36 wins, 27 of them were via KO (75%).
Maldonado had 15 losses. Oscar Negrete, Roy Tapia, Joseph Diaz, Jessie Magdaleno, and Randy Caballero are some of the boxers who have beaten Maldonado.