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Reynante Jamili Record

Total Fights51
Title Wins0
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins33
KO Losses5
Reynante Jamili Record & Stats
Reynante Jamili's Record
Reynante Jamili's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Reynante Jamili's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning eight years and six months, Reynante Jamili fought 51 times with 43 wins and 8 losses.

      Jamili retired from professional boxing with a record of 43-8. He had a 64.7% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 33 of his total 51 fights being knockout wins. Jamili suffered five knockout losses, none of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 2nd round KO defeat to Manabu Fukushima on December 2, 2000.

      Some of Jamili's best fights and notable victories include wins over Reynante Sasi, Frangky Mamuaya, Jung Kyng Soo, Kris Wuritimur, Jin Hyung Yuh, Jae Hyun Kim, and Hidetoshi Tanaka.

      51Dec 2, 200027Manabu FukushimaLossKO2
      50Oct 22, 200027Juan Manuel MarquezLossKO3
      49Jun 4, 200027Jung Kyng SooWinKO3
      48Mar 3, 200027Henry LimpinWinPTS
      47Dec 18, 199926Manny PacquiaoLossTKO2
      46Nov 6, 199926Frangky MamuayaWinKO5
      45Oct 10, 199926Reynante SasiWinKO2
      44Jul 31, 199926Erik MoralesLossTKO6
      43May 13, 199926Kris WuritimurWinTKO4
      42Mar 6, 199926Jae Hyun KimWinKO5
      41Feb 13, 199926Lito WayanWinTKO11
      40Dec 23, 199826Jin Hyung YuhWinKO2
      39Oct 31, 199825Isaac SentuwaWinKO6
      38Sep 12, 199825Frangky MamuayaWinKO4
      37Jun 24, 199825Jun AguilanWinKO3
      36Apr 4, 199825Lito WayanWinTKO5
      35Feb 18, 199825Edwin GastadorWinUD
      34Dec 7, 199724Hidetoshi TanakaWinKO2
      33Aug 27, 199724Cris BadoWinTKO3
      32Apr 30, 199724Indhanon JockygymWinTKO3
      31Jan 15, 199724Ferdinand CaracenaWinKO4
      30Nov 11, 199623Fusaaki TakenagaWinTKO8
      29Sep 25, 199623David PantarasWinTKO2
      28Jun 30, 199623Jonathan AlbayWinTKO9
      27May 15, 199623Lito GonzagaWinPTS
      26Apr 10, 199623Ricky IngallaWinTKO4
      25Feb 24, 199623Suk Hwi ChoWinTKO4
      24Dec 16, 199522Young Kyun LeeWinTKO1
      23Oct 22, 199522Jae Hyun ChunWinKO1
      22Jul 22, 199522Archie AnoosLossTD
      21May 27, 199522Vic GalmeWinTD
      20Mar 25, 199522Joe EscriberWinUD
      19Nov 26, 199421Jess MacaLossUD
      18Sep 17, 199421Ric BajelotWinTKO6
      17Jul 9, 199421Anupong Saohin SrisukWinTKO5
      16May 18, 199421Torsak PongsupaWinKO8
      15Apr 8, 199421Primo ErasanWinPTS
      14Feb 3, 199421Roque VillanuevaWinKO7
      13Dec 23, 199321Celso GozoWinTKO9
      12Oct 23, 199320In Joo ChoLossPTS
      11Jul 16, 199320Chatchai SasakulLossKO2
      10May 29, 199320Gabriel GarciaWinPTS
      9Apr 28, 199320Ricky GayamoWinTKO6
      8Feb 20, 199320Joe JuanWinTKO7
      7Dec 19, 199219Joel BuyagaoWinPTS
      6Nov 28, 199219Ramil ItomWinPTS
      5Oct 28, 199219Noli BaluyotWinTKO2
      4Sep 26, 199219John LingayoWinTKO1
      3Jul 17, 199219Ric BrazasWinUD
      2Jun 10, 199219Dennis BatillerWinTKO3
      1May 8, 199219Larry MaalaWinTKO1

      Boxing career

      Reynante Jamili is a 51-year old retired Filipino professional boxer. He was born in Silay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines on December 21, 1972. He retired without winning a major world title. His professional boxing career spanned more than 8 years — from 1992 to 2000.

      Jamili made his professional boxing debut against Larry Maala at the age of 19 on May 8, 1992, defeating Maala via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 9 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 5 wins via stoppage.

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

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Manabu Fukushima on December 2, 2000. Jamili lost the fight via 2nd round KO. It's been 23 years, 6 months, and 19 days since this fight.


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