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Milan Melindo Record

Total Fights45
Title Wins1
Title Defenses1
Title-Fight KOs1
KO Wins14
KO Losses2
Milan Melindo Record & Stats
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      What is Milan Melindo's boxing record?

      17 years and nine months into his professional boxing career, Milan Melindo has fought 45 times with 39 wins and 6 losses.

      Melindo's boxing record is currently 39-6, which includes one light-flyweight world-title win and one successful title defense fight. He has a 31.1% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 14 of his total 45 fights being knockout wins, one of which was in a title fight. Melindo has suffered two knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Ken Shiro in a light-flyweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 10-round unanimous decision defeat to Jong Seon Kang on July 1, 2023. He is on a one-fight losing streak.

      Some of Melindo's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hekkie Budler, Akira Yaegashi, Jesús Géles, José Alfredo Rodríguez, Saúl Juárez, Jean Piero Pérez, and Carlos Tamara.

      45Jul 1, 202335Jong Seon KangLossUD
      44Jan 11, 202334Chaiwat BuatkrathokWinUD
      43Apr 2, 202234Crison OmayaoWinRTD6
      42Oct 5, 201931Junto NakataniLossTKO6
      41Oct 7, 201830Ken ShiroLoss *TKO7
      40Dec 31, 201729Ryoichi TaguchiLoss *UD
      39Sep 16, 201729Hekkie BudlerWin *SD
      38May 21, 201729Akira YaegashiWin *TKO1
      37Nov 26, 201628Teeraphong UtaidaWinUD
      36May 28, 201628Maximino FloresWinTD
      35Nov 28, 201527Victor Emanuel OlivoWinSD
      34May 31, 201527Javier MendozaLoss *TD
      33Nov 15, 201426Saúl JuárezWinUD
      32May 10, 201426Martin TecuapetlaWinMD
      31Nov 30, 201325José Alfredo RodríguezWinUD
      30Jul 27, 201325Juan Francisco EstradaLoss *UD
      29Apr 6, 201325Tommy SeranWinTKO4
      28Sep 22, 201224Jean Piero PérezWinMD
      27Jun 2, 201224Jesús GélesWinKO1
      26Jan 28, 201223Juan EsquerWinKO7
      25Sep 10, 201123Francisco RosasWinKO1
      24Mar 19, 201123Rosendo VegaWinKO1
      23Nov 27, 201022Carlos TamaraWinUD
      22Aug 28, 201022Jin-Man JeonWinKO2
      21Apr 23, 201022Komrit LukkuongmuekolWinTKO4
      20Jan 14, 201021Anthony VillarrealWinUD
      19Oct 3, 200921Jose Guadalupe MartinezWinUD
      18Mar 14, 200921Muhammad RachmanWinUD
      17Oct 30, 200820Juma FundiWinTKO3
      16Jul 26, 200820Carlos MeloWinUD
      15Mar 7, 200820Sofyan EffendiWinUD
      14Dec 2, 200719Jack AmisaWinUD
      13Oct 6, 200719Nuapayak SakkririnWinTKO4
      12Jun 26, 200719Arnel TadenaWinTKO4
      11May 10, 200719Wendil CajolesWinUD
      10Feb 24, 200718Alex AroyWinTD
      9Jan 20, 200718Fabio MarfaWinUD
      8Nov 24, 200618Rommel BongonWinUD
      7Oct 21, 200618Ricardo AlbiaWinTKO3
      6Jul 3, 200618Michael RodriguezWinUD
      5Apr 30, 200618Amero RicablancaWinUD
      4Feb 3, 200617Ruther del CastilloWinTD
      3Dec 30, 200517Rodel EmboyWinTKO4
      2Oct 29, 200517Juaren LibresWinUD
      1Sep 17, 200517Meljun GrumoWinUD

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Milan Melindo (El Metodico) is a 36-year old Filipino professional boxer. He was born in Cagayan de Oro, Philippines on February 29, 1988. He is a former light-flyweight world champion.

      Melindo made his professional boxing debut against Meljun Grumo at the age of 17 on September 17, 2005, defeating Grumo via 4 round unanimous decision. He went on to win 28 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 12 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 25 on July 27, 2013 after 29 professional fights, against Juan Francisco Estrada for the WBA (Unified) and WBO titles. He lost to Estrada via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Melindo has won one world title at light-flyweight. For all the details about Melindo's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Melindo has had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career so far.

      His most recent fight was a non-title bout against Jong Seon Kang on July 1, 2023. Melindo lost the fight via 10 round unanimous decision. It's been 10 months and 20 days since this fight.


      Melindo has had a total of six world-title fights till today, which includes winning one world title and one successful title defense. He won two of these fights and lost four.

      Title Wins

      Milan Melindo has fought for a light-flyweight world title in five fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. Till today, he has won one light-flyweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      May 21, 2017Akira YaegashiLight-flyweightIBFTKO

      Title Defenses

      Milan Melindo has had two light-flyweight world-title defense fights. He won once and lost once.

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

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Sep 16, 2017Hekkie BudlerLight-flyweightIBFSD

      Title Losses

      Milan Melindo has lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Dec 31, 2017Ryoichi TaguchiLight-flyweightIBFUD


      Melindo has fought a total of 45 times till today, which includes 6 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These three fights are the highlight of his career.

      • July 27, 2013: In his first world-title fight, Milan Melindo loses to Juan Francisco Estrada via 12 round unanimous decision. He was fighting for the WBA (Unified) and WBO flyweight titles.

      • May 21, 2017: Melindo wins the IBF light-flyweight title from Akira Yaegashi, by beating Yaegashi via 1st round TKO.

      • September 16, 2017: Melindo successfully defends the IBF light-flyweight title against Hekkie Budler, winning the fight via 12 round split decision.


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