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Oscar Larios Record

Total Fights71
Title Wins1
Title Defenses8
Title-Fight KOs4
KO Wins39
KO Losses4
Oscar Larios Record & Stats
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      What is Oscar Larios' boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 15 years and one month, Oscar Larios fought 71 times with 63 wins, 7 losses, and 1 draw.

      Larios retired from professional boxing with a record of 63-7-1, which included one world-championship elevation, one world-title win, and eight successful title defense fights at two weight classes — super-bantamweight and featherweight. He had a 54.9% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 39 of his total 71 fights being knockout wins, four of which were in title fights. Larios suffered four knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Israel Vázquez in a super-bantamweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Takahiro Ao on March 12, 2009. Larios lost the featherweight WBC title to Ao in this fight.

      Some of Larios' best fights and notable victories include wins over Wayne McCullough, Kozo Ishii, Willie Jorrín, Napapol Sor Rungvisai, Israel Vázquez, Marcos Licona, and Shigeru Nakazato.

      71Mar 12, 200932Takahiro AoLoss *UD
      70Oct 16, 200831Takahiro AoWin *SD
      69Aug 2, 200831Marlon AguilarWinKO7
      68May 31, 200831Feider ViloriaWinTKO5
      67Feb 22, 200831Arturo GomezWinUD
      66Jul 21, 200730Jorge LinaresLossTKO10
      65Mar 31, 200730Luis Cid PachecoWinUD
      64Dec 14, 200630Ramon MendezWinUD
      63Oct 6, 200629Roberto BonillaWinTKO4
      62Jul 2, 200629Manny PacquiaoLossUD
      61Dec 3, 200529Israel VázquezLoss *TKO3
      60Jul 16, 200528Wayne McCulloughWin *RTD10
      59Feb 10, 200528Wayne McCulloughWin *UD
      58Nov 17, 200428Nedal HusseinWin *UD
      57Aug 20, 200427Ivan AlvarezWinUD
      56Jun 11, 200427Jesus Salvador PerezWinUD
      55Mar 6, 200427Shigeru NakazatoWin *UD
      54Nov 22, 200327Napapol Sor RungvisaiWin *TKO10
      53Sep 7, 200326Kozo IshiiWin *TKO2
      52Apr 26, 200326Shigeru NakazatoWin *UD
      51Jan 16, 200326Marcos LiconaWinUD
      50Nov 1, 200226Willie JorrínWin *TKO1
      49Aug 24, 200225Manabu FukushimaWinTKO8
      48May 17, 200225Israel VázquezWinTKO12
      47Mar 8, 200225Darryl PinckneyWinUD
      46Dec 7, 200125Ivan AlvarezWinUD
      45Oct 19, 200124Ángel ChacónWinUD
      44Mar 17, 200124John LoweyWinUD
      43Jan 19, 200124Willie JorrínLoss *UD
      42Sep 16, 200023Sammy VenturaWinKO1
      41Jun 24, 200023César SotoWinUD
      40Dec 17, 199923Saul BrisenoWinTKO10
      39Oct 15, 199922Jorge Munoz Jr.WinTKO12
      38Sep 3, 199922Sammy VenturaWinKO2
      37Jun 25, 199922Agustin LorenzoWinTKO6
      36May 15, 199922Saul BrisenoWinUD
      35Apr 9, 199922Miguel Angel EscamillaWinTKO10
      34Feb 12, 199922Alberto MartinezWinKO4
      33Nov 21, 199822Javier CalderonWinTKO2
      32Oct 23, 199821Agapito SánchezLossTKO5
      31Oct 9, 199821Pedro RamirezWinTKO2
      30Sep 11, 199821Gregorio MedinaWinTKO2
      29Aug 15, 199821Antonio RamirezWinPTS
      28Jul 31, 199821Pedro AyalaWinKO2
      27Jun 6, 199821Javier LucasWinTKO7
      26Mar 21, 199821Ulises FloresWinTKO7
      25Dec 5, 199721Miguel OchoaWinKO2
      24Sep 18, 199720Jose Francisco SarabiaWinSD
      23Aug 1, 199720Carlos MadridDrawTD
      22Jul 4, 199720Israel MelendezWinTKO2
      21Apr 12, 199720Israel VázquezLossKO1
      20Jan 31, 199720Valente FloresWinKO2
      19Dec 29, 199620Carlos MadridWinKO4
      18Nov 22, 199620Jose RodriguezWinTKO2
      17Sep 6, 199619Israel MelendezWinPTS
      16Jul 5, 199619Arturo GonzalezWinTKO2
      15May 24, 199619Marco MoraWinKO2
      14May 9, 199619Alvaro GarciaWinKO1
      13Mar 29, 199619Oscar GalindoWinPTS
      12Mar 1, 199619Eustolio AlbinoWinKO2
      11Nov 10, 199519Roberto Vera IbarraWinPTS
      10Sep 23, 199518Manuel RamirezWinKO3
      9Aug 26, 199518Cecilio Marino JimenezWinPTS
      8Jun 30, 199518Jose AldasWinKO5
      7Mar 17, 199518Gabino ReyesWinTKO4
      6Feb 18, 199518Fernando RamirezWinKO2
      5Feb 6, 199518Juan MaciasWinTKO2
      4Jun 18, 199417Ismael GarciaWinKO3
      3Apr 23, 199417Fernando VegaWinPTS
      2Feb 18, 199417Pedro LopezWinKO3
      1Jan 15, 199417David GarciaWinKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Oscar Larios (Chololo) is a 47-year old retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Zapopan, Mexico on November 1, 1976. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 15 years — from 1994 to 2009.

      Larios made his professional boxing debut against David Garcia at the age of 17 on January 15, 1994, defeating Garcia via 1st round KO. He went on to win 19 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 14 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 24 on January 19, 2001 after 42 professional fights, against Willie Jorrín for the WBC title. He lost to Jorrín via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Larios has won one world title at super-bantamweight. He was elevated as world champion once. For all the details about Larios' world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Larios had a total of seven losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a featherweight title defense bout against Takahiro Ao on March 12, 2009. Larios lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision — and lost his WBC title. It's been 15 years, 3 months, and 4 days since this fight.


      Larios had a total of 12 world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and eight successful title defenses. He won nine of these fights and lost three.

      Title Wins

      Oscar Larios fought for a super-bantamweight world title in two fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. He won one super-bantamweight belt. He was elevated as world champion once, by WBC.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Nov 1, 2002Willie JorrínSuper-bantamweightWBCTKO

      Title Defenses

      Oscar Larios had 10 world-title defense fights across two weight classes — super-bantamweight (x8) and featherweight (x2). He won eight of them and lost two times.

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

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Oct 16, 2008Takahiro AoFeatherweightWBCSD
      Jul 16, 2005Wayne McCulloughSuper-bantamweightWBCRTD
      Feb 10, 2005Wayne McCulloughSuper-bantamweightWBCUD
      Nov 17, 2004Nedal HusseinSuper-bantamweightWBCUD
      Mar 6, 2004Shigeru NakazatoSuper-bantamweightWBCUD
      Nov 22, 2003Napapol Sor RungvisaiSuper-bantamweightWBCTKO
      Sep 7, 2003Kozo IshiiSuper-bantamweightWBCTKO
      Apr 26, 2003Shigeru NakazatoSuper-bantamweightWBCUD

      Title Losses

      Oscar Larios lost two world-title defense fights, and lost a total of two titles in these fights.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Mar 12, 2009Takahiro AoFeatherweightWBCUD
      Dec 3, 2005Israel VázquezSuper-bantamweightWBCTKO


      Larios fought a total of 71 times during his professional career, which includes 12 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These five fights are the highlight of his career.

      • January 19, 2001: In his first world-title fight, Oscar Larios loses to Willie Jorrín via 12 round unanimous decision. He was fighting for the WBC super-bantamweight title.

      • May 17, 2002: Oscar Larios beats Israel Vázquez via 12th round TKO.

      • November 1, 2002: Larios wins the WBC super-bantamweight title from Willie Jorrín, by beating Jorrín via 1st round TKO.

      • September 7, 2003: Larios successfully defends the WBC super-bantamweight title against Kozo Ishii, winning the fight via 2nd round TKO.

      • July 16, 2005: Larios successfully defends the WBC super-bantamweight title against Wayne McCullough, winning the fight via 10th round RTD.


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