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Ray Mancini Record

29-5
Total Fights34
Wins29
Losses5
Draws0
No-Contests0
Title Wins1
Title Defenses4
Title-Fight KOs5
KO Wins23
KO Losses3
Ray Mancini Record & Stats
Ray Mancini's Record
Ray Mancini's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Ray Mancini's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 12 years and five months, Ray Mancini fought 34 times with 29 wins and 5 losses.

      Mancini retired from professional boxing with a record of 29-5, which included one lightweight world-title win and four successful title defense fights. He had a 67.6% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 23 of his total 34 fights being knockout wins, five of which were in title fights. Mancini suffered three knockout losses in his career, two of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 7th round TKO defeat to Greg Haugen on April 3, 1992.

      Some of Mancini's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Bobby Chacon, Arturo Frias, Ernesto España, Johnny Torres, Orlando Romero, George Feeney, and Kim Duk-koo.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      34Apr 3, 199231Greg HaugenLossTKO7
      33Mar 6, 198928Héctor CamachoLoss *SD
      32Feb 16, 198523Livingstone BrambleLoss *UD
      31Jun 1, 198423Livingstone BrambleLoss *TKO14
      30Jan 14, 198422Bobby ChaconWin *TKO3
      29Nov 25, 198322Johnny TorresWinKO1
      28Sep 15, 198322Orlando RomeroWin *KO9
      27Feb 6, 198321George FeeneyWinUD
      26Nov 13, 198221Kim Duk-kooWin *KO14
      25Jul 24, 198221Ernesto EspañaWin *TKO6
      24May 8, 198221Arturo FriasWin *TKO1
      23Jan 23, 198220Julio ValdezWinTKO10
      22Dec 26, 198120Manuel AbedoyWinTKO2
      21Oct 3, 198120Alexis ArgüelloLoss *TKO14
      20Jul 19, 198120José Luis RamírezWinUD
      19May 16, 198120Jorge MoralesWinRTD9
      18Apr 2, 198120Al FordWinUD
      17Mar 12, 198120Norman GoinsWinKO2
      16Dec 17, 198019Marvin LadsonWinKO1
      15Dec 9, 198019Kelvin LampkinWinKO2
      14Oct 28, 198019Bobby PleggeWinTKO6
      13Sep 9, 198019Johnny SummerhaysWinUD
      12Jul 30, 198019Jaime NavaWinPTS
      11Jul 23, 198019Leon SmithWinKO1
      10Jun 18, 198019Trevor EvelynWinKO2
      9Apr 30, 198019Bobby SparksWinKO1
      8Mar 17, 198019Antonio RutledgeWinTKO1
      7Jan 26, 198018Ramiro HernandezWinTKO3
      6Jan 22, 198018Charlie EvansWinKO2
      5Jan 15, 198018Dale GordonWinKO1
      4Dec 14, 197918Roberto PerezWinKO1
      3Nov 24, 197918Ricky PattersonWinKO2
      2Nov 13, 197918Lou DanielsWinUD
      1Oct 18, 197918Phil BowenWinKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Ray Mancini (Boom Boom) is a 63-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio, U.S. on March 4, 1961. He is a former lightweight world champion. Mancini was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2015. His professional boxing career spanned more than 12 years — from 1979 to 1992.

      Mancini made his professional boxing debut against Phil Bowen at the age of 18 on October 18, 1979, defeating Bowen 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 20 on October 3, 1981 after 20 professional fights, against Alexis Argüello for the WBC and The Ring titles. He lost to Argüello via 14th round TKO.

      Mancini has won one world title at lightweight. For all the details about Mancini's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Mancini had a total of five losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against fellow American boxer Greg Haugen on April 3, 1992. Mancini lost the fight via 7th round TKO. It's been 32 years and 19 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Mancini had a total of nine world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and four successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost four.

      Title Wins

      Ray Mancini fought for a lightweight world title in four fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. He won one lightweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      May 8, 1982Arturo FriasLightweightWBATKO

      Title Defenses

      Ray Mancini had five lightweight world-title defense fights. He won four of them 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
      Jan 14, 1984Bobby ChaconLightweightWBATKO
      Sep 15, 1983Orlando RomeroLightweightWBAKO
      Nov 13, 1982Kim Duk-kooLightweightWBAKO
      Jul 24, 1982Ernesto EspañaLightweightWBATKO

      Title Losses

      Ray Mancini lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Jun 1, 1984Livingstone BrambleLightweightWBATKO

      Highlights

      Mancini fought a total of 34 times during his professional career, which includes 9 world-title fights at two weight divisions. He put on some very good performances in these fights. These four fights are the highlight of his career.

      • October 3, 1981: In his first world-title fight, Ray Mancini loses to Alexis Argüello via 14th round TKO. He was fighting for the WBC and The Ring lightweight titles.

      • May 8, 1982: Mancini wins the WBA lightweight title from Arturo Frias, by beating Frias via 1st round TKO.

      • November 13, 1982: Mancini successfully defends the WBA lightweight title against Kim Duk-koo, winning the fight via 14th round KO.

      • January 14, 1984: Mancini successfully defends the WBA lightweight title against Bobby Chacon, winning the fight via 3rd round TKO.

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