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Marco Antonio Rubio Record

59-8-1
Total Fights68
Wins59
Losses8
Draws1
No-Contests0
Title Wins0
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins51
KO Losses4
Marco Antonio Rubio Record & Stats
Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico
“El Veneno”
Born
Jun 16, 1980
Age
43
Debut
May 17, 2000
Record
59-8-1
Title Fights
3
KOs
51 (75%)
Height
178 cm
Reach
178 cm
Ape Index
0 cm
Stance
Orthodox
Last Fight
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Marco Antonio Rubio's Record
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      What is Marco Antonio Rubio's record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 15 years and three months, Marco Antonio Rubio fought 68 times with 59 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw.

      Rubio retired from professional boxing with a record of 59-8-1. He was a three-time middleweight world title challenger. He had a 75% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 51 of his total 68 fights being knockout wins. Rubio suffered four knockout losses in his career, two of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 10-round unanimous decision defeat to Anthony Dirrell on September 6, 2015.

      Some of Rubio's best fights and notable victories include wins over Carlos Baldomir, David Lemieux, Jorge Cota, Rigoberto Álvarez, Jorge Vaca, and Frankie Randall.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      68Sep 6, 201535Anthony DirrellLossUD
      67Oct 18, 201434Gennadiy GolovkinLoss *KO2
      66Apr 5, 201433Domenico SpadaWinKO10
      65Jul 27, 201333Dionisio MirandaWinKO2
      64Mar 23, 201332Marcus UpshawWinUD
      63Dec 22, 201232Michel RosalesWinTKO11
      62Sep 8, 201232Carlos BaldomirWinRTD4
      61Jun 30, 201232Jorge CotaWinTKO7
      60Feb 4, 201231Julio César Chávez Jr.Loss *UD
      59Dec 16, 201131Matt VandaWinTKO5
      58Sep 3, 201131Mohammed AkrongWinTKO5
      57Jun 4, 201130Ricardo Marcelo RamalloWinTKO3
      56Apr 8, 201130David LemieuxWinTKO7
      55Jan 1, 201130Wilson SantanaWinTKO8
      54Aug 21, 201030José Luis ZertucheWinTKO6
      53Jun 12, 201029Samuel MillerWinUD
      52Mar 20, 201029Jaison PalomequeWinTKO2
      51Jan 16, 201029Rigoberto ÁlvarezWinTKO9
      50Oct 31, 200929Jose Miguel Rodriguez BerrioWinTKO1
      49Feb 21, 200928Kelly PavlikLoss *RTD9
      48Oct 18, 200828Enrique OrnelasWinSD
      47Jun 6, 200827Alfredo CuevasWinTKO5
      46Feb 9, 200827José Luis ZertucheWinTKO7
      45Jan 1, 200827Sherwin DavisWinKO2
      44Oct 19, 200727Rogelio SanchezWinKO1
      43Jun 8, 200726Jorge Dario David GomezWinTKO3
      42Mar 9, 200726Erik Rafael EsquivelWinTKO9
      41Jan 1, 200726Daniel StanislavjevicWinUD
      40Nov 17, 200626Octavio CastroWinRTD2
      39Sep 23, 200626Zaurbek BaysangurovLossUD
      38May 6, 200625Kassim OumaLossSD
      37Jan 27, 200625Aslanbek KodzoevWinTKO8
      36Nov 4, 200525Anthony IvoryWinTKO1
      35Aug 19, 200525Leon PearsonWinTKO4
      34Jul 14, 200525David ToribioWinTKO2
      33May 20, 200524Grady BrewerWinTKO8
      32Mar 10, 200524Juan Carlos CandeloWinUD
      31Jan 1, 200524Frankie RandallWinKO2
      30Sep 18, 200424Kofi JantuahLossKO1
      29Aug 5, 200424Jeffrey HillWinTKO7
      28May 22, 200423Fitz VanderpoolWinTKO1
      27May 1, 200423Alfred AnkamahWinTKO1
      26Jan 1, 200423Ramon MendivilWinTKO1
      25Nov 20, 200323Cristian SolanoWinTKO1
      24Oct 8, 200323Akhmed OligovWinTKO1
      23Aug 1, 200323Jose VarelaWinKO2
      22Jun 27, 200323Calvin OdomWinTKO1
      21May 16, 200322Jesus ArceWinKO1
      20Mar 21, 200322Jesus MendozaWinTKO1
      19Feb 21, 200322Paulino AvitiaWinKO1
      18Jan 1, 200322Saúl RománWinTKO4
      17Oct 25, 200222Norberto SandovalWinKO2
      16Sep 6, 200222Javier SantibanezWinTKO2
      15Jul 19, 200222Luis Enrique DelgadoWinKO1
      14May 17, 200221Jorge VacaWinTKO4
      13Mar 22, 200221Julio César de la CruzDrawPTS
      12Jan 1, 200221Roberto UriasWinKO2
      11Nov 9, 200121Richard RuizWinPTS
      10Sep 21, 200121Antonio GarciaWinTKO1
      9Sep 18, 200121Eduardo JacquesWinPTS
      8Jul 13, 200121Ismael DiazWinKO4
      7Jun 1, 200120Saúl RománLossTKO2
      6May 1, 200120Raul MartinezWinKO1
      5Jan 1, 200120Antonio MoraWinKO3
      4Nov 20, 200020Jorge SandovalWinKO4
      3Sep 15, 200020Lino TorresWinKO3
      2Aug 4, 200020Gonzalo BonillaWinKO2
      1May 17, 200019Alberto JuarezWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Marco Antonio Rubio (El Veneno) is a 43-year old retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico on June 16, 1980. He retired without winning a major world title. His professional boxing career spanned more than 15 years — from 2000 to 2015.

      Rubio made his professional boxing debut against Alberto Juarez at the age of 19 on May 17, 2000, defeating Juarez via 4 round PTS. He went on to win 5 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 5 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 28 on February 21, 2009 after 48 professional fights, against Kelly Pavlik for the WBC, WBO, and The Ring titles. He lost to Pavlik via 9th round RTD.

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

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against American boxer Anthony Dirrell on September 6, 2015. Rubio lost the fight via 10 round unanimous decision. It's been 8 years, 3 months, and 3 days since this fight.

      For a very detailed list Rubio's fights refer to "All of Marco Antonio Rubio's fights".

      Highlights

      Rubio fought a total of 68 times during his professional career, which includes 3 world-title fights at the middleweight division. These five fights are the highlight of his career.

      • February 21, 2009: In his first world-title fight, Marco Antonio Rubio loses to Kelly Pavlik via 9th round RTD. He was fighting for the WBC, WBO, and The Ring middleweight titles.

      • January 16, 2010: Marco Antonio Rubio beats Rigoberto Álvarez via 9th round TKO.

      • April 8, 2011: Marco Antonio Rubio beats David Lemieux via 7th round TKO.

      • June 30, 2012: Marco Antonio Rubio beats Jorge Cota via 7th round TKO.

      • September 8, 2012: Marco Antonio Rubio beats Carlos Baldomir via 4th round RTD.

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