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Roberto Durán Record

103-16
Total Fights119
Wins103
Losses16
Draws0
No-Contests0
Title Wins7
Title Defenses12
Title-Fight KOs13
KO Wins70
KO Losses4
Roberto Durán Record & Stats
Roberto Durán's Record
Roberto Durán's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Roberto Durán's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 33 years and four months, Roberto Durán fought 119 times with 103 wins and 16 losses.

      Durán retired from professional boxing with a record of 103-16, which included seven world-title wins and 12 successful title defense fights at the lightweight weight division. He had a 58.8% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 70 of his total 119 fights being knockout wins, 13 of which were in title fights. Durán suffered four knockout losses in his career, three of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Héctor Camacho on July 14, 2001.

      Some of Durán's best fights and notable victories include wins over six Hall-of-Famers (Davey Moore, José Cuevas, Sugar Ray Leonard, Carlos Palomino, Ken Buchanan, and Lloyd Marshall), Esteban de Jesús and Iran Barkley.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      119Jul 14, 200150Héctor CamachoLossUD
      118Aug 12, 200049Patrick GoossenWinUD
      117Jun 16, 200049Pat LawlorWinUD
      116Mar 6, 199947Omar GonzalezLossUD
      115Aug 28, 199847William JoppyLoss *TKO3
      114Jan 31, 199846Felix Jose HernandezWinUD
      113Nov 15, 199746David RadfordWinUD
      112Jun 14, 199745Jorge CastroWinUD
      111Feb 15, 199745Jorge CastroLossUD
      110Sep 27, 199645Mike CulbertWinTKO6
      109Aug 31, 199645Ariel CruzWinKO1
      108Jun 22, 199645Héctor CamachoLossUD
      107Feb 20, 199644Ray DomengeWinUD
      106Dec 21, 199544Wilbur GarstWinTKO4
      105Jun 10, 199543Roni MartinezWinTKO7
      104Jan 14, 199543Vinny PazienzaLossUD
      103Oct 18, 199443Heath ToddWinTKO6
      102Jun 25, 199443Vinny PazienzaLossUD
      101Mar 29, 199442Terry ThomasWinTKO4
      100Feb 22, 199442Carlos MonteroWinUD
      99Dec 14, 199342Tony MenefeeWinTKO8
      98Aug 17, 199342Sean FitzgeraldWinKO6
      97Jun 29, 199342Jacques LeBlancWinUD
      96Dec 17, 199241Ken HulseyWinKO2
      95Sep 30, 199241Tony BiglenWinUD
      94Mar 18, 199139Pat LawlorLossTKO6
      93Dec 7, 198938Sugar Ray LeonardLoss *UD
      92Feb 24, 198937Iran BarkleyWin *SD
      91Oct 1, 198837Jeff LanasWinSD
      90Apr 14, 198836Paul ThornWinRTD6
      89Feb 5, 198836Ricky StackhouseWinUD
      88Sep 12, 198736Juan Carlos Giménez FerreyraWinUD
      87May 16, 198735Victor ClaudioWinUD
      86Jun 23, 198635Robbie SimsLossSD
      85Apr 18, 198634Jorge SueroWinKO2
      84Jan 31, 198634Manuel ZambranoWinKO2
      83Jun 15, 198432Thomas HearnsLoss *TKO2
      82Nov 10, 198332Marvelous Marvin HaglerLoss *UD
      81Jun 16, 198332Davey MooreWin *TKO8
      80Jan 29, 198331José CuevasWinTKO4
      79Nov 12, 198231Jimmy BattenWinUD
      78Sep 4, 198231Kirkland LaingLossSD
      77Jan 30, 198230Wilfred BenítezLoss *UD
      76Sep 26, 198130Luigi MinchilloWinUD
      75Aug 9, 198130Nino GonzalezWinUD
      74Nov 25, 198029Sugar Ray LeonardLoss *TKO8
      73Jun 20, 198029Sugar Ray LeonardWin *UD
      72Feb 24, 198028Wellington WheatleyWinTKO6
      71Jan 13, 198028Joseph NsubugaWinRTD4
      70Sep 28, 197928Zeferino GonzalezWinUD
      69Jun 22, 197928Carlos PalominoWinUD
      68Apr 8, 197927Jimmy HeairWinUD
      67Dec 8, 197827Monroe BrooksWinKO8
      66Sep 1, 197827Ezequiel ObandoWinKO2
      65Apr 27, 197826Adolfo ViruetWinUD
      64Jan 21, 197826Esteban de JesúsWin *TKO12
      63Sep 17, 197726Edwin ViruetWin *UD
      62Aug 6, 197726Bernardo DiazWinKO1
      61May 16, 197725Javier MunizWinUD
      60Jan 29, 197725Vilomar FernandezWin *KO13
      59Oct 15, 197625Alvaro RojasWin *KO1
      58Jul 31, 197625Emiliano VillaWinTKO7
      57May 23, 197624Lou BizzarroWin *KO14
      56May 4, 197624Saoul MambyWinUD
      55Dec 20, 197524Leoncio OrtizWin *KO15
      54Sep 30, 197524Edwin ViruetWinUD
      53Sep 13, 197524Alirio AcunaWinKO3
      52Aug 2, 197524Pepe El ToroWinKO1
      51Jun 3, 197523Jose PetersonWinTKO1
      50Mar 2, 197523Ray LampkinWin *KO14
      49Feb 15, 197523Andres SalgadoWinKO1
      48Dec 21, 197423Masataka TakayamaWin *KO1
      47Nov 16, 197423Adalberto VanegasWinKO1
      46Oct 31, 197423Jose VasquezWinKO2
      45Sep 2, 197423Hector MattaWinUD
      44Jul 6, 197423Flash GallegoWinTKO7
      43Mar 16, 197422Esteban de JesúsWin *KO11
      42Feb 16, 197422Armando MendozaWinTKO3
      41Jan 21, 197422Leonard TavarezWinTKO4
      40Dec 1, 197322Tony GarciaWinKO3
      39Sep 8, 197322Guts IshimatsuWin *TKO10
      38Aug 4, 197322Doc McClendonWinUD
      37Jun 2, 197321Hector ThompsonWin *TKO8
      36Apr 14, 197321Gerardo FerratWinTKO2
      35Mar 17, 197321Javier AyalaWinUD
      34Feb 22, 197321Juan MedinaWinTKO7
      33Jan 20, 197321Jimmy RobertsonWin *KO5
      32Nov 17, 197221Esteban de JesúsLossUD
      31Oct 28, 197221Lupe RamirezWinKO1
      30Sep 2, 197221Greg PotterWinKO1
      29Jun 26, 197221Ken BuchananWin *TKO13
      28Mar 10, 197220Francisco MunozWinTKO1
      27Jan 15, 197220Angel Robinson GarciaWinUD
      26Oct 16, 197120Hiroshi KobayashiWinKO7
      25Sep 13, 197120Benny HuertasWinTKO1
      24Jul 18, 197120Fermin SotoWinTKO3
      23May 29, 197119Lloyd MarshallWinTKO6
      22Mar 21, 197119Jose AcostaWinKO1
      21Jan 10, 197119Jose Angel HerreraWinKO6
      20Oct 18, 197019Ignacio CastanedaWinTKO3
      19Sep 5, 197019Marvin CastanedaWinKO1
      18Jul 18, 197019Clemente MucinoWinKO6
      17May 16, 197018Ernesto MarcelWinTKO10
      16Mar 28, 197018Felipe TorresWinUD
      15Nov 23, 196918Luis PatinoWinKO8
      14Sep 21, 196918Serafin GarciaWinTKO5
      13Jun 22, 196918Adolfo OssesWinTKO7
      12May 18, 196917Jacinto GarciaWinTKO4
      11Feb 1, 196917Eduardo FrutosWinUD
      10Jan 19, 196917Alberto BrandWinTKO4
      9Dec 7, 196817Carlos HowardWinTKO1
      8Nov 16, 196817Juan GondolaWinKO2
      7Sep 22, 196817Cesar De LeonWinKO1
      6Aug 25, 196817Leroy CarghillWinKO1
      5Aug 10, 196817Enrique JacoboWinKO1
      4Jun 30, 196817Eduardo MoralesWinKO1
      3Jun 15, 196816Manuel JimenezWinKO1
      2May 14, 196816Juan GondolaWinKO1
      1Feb 23, 196816Carlos MendozaWinUD

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Roberto Durán (Manos de Piedra) is a 73-year old retired Panamanian professional boxer. He was born in El Chorrillo, Panama on June 16, 1951. He is a former four-weight-class world champion. Durán was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2007. His professional boxing career spanned more than 33 years — from 1968 to 2001.

      Durán made his professional boxing debut against Carlos Mendoza at the age of 16 on February 23, 1968, defeating Mendoza via 4 round unanimous decision. He went on to win 30 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 27 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 21 on June 26, 1972 after 28 professional fights, against Ken Buchanan for the lightweight WBA and The Ring titles. He defeated Buchanan via 13th round TKO to become the lightweight champion of the world.

      Roberto Durán was a one-time undisputed lightweight world champion, and has won seven world titles at four weight classes. For all the details about Durán's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Durán had a total of 16 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title rematch against Puerto Rican boxer Héctor Camacho on July 14, 2001. Durán lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 23 years and 11 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Durán had a total of 22 world-title fights, which includes winning seven world titles and 12 successful title defenses. He won 16 of these fights and lost six.

      Title Wins

      Roberto Durán fought for world titles in 10 fights and won five of these fights, three of these victories coming via way of stoppage. In total, he won seven belts across four weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Feb 24, 1989Iran BarkleyMiddleweightWBCSD
      Jun 16, 1983Davey MooreSuper-welterweightWBATKO
      Jun 20, 1980Sugar Ray LeonardWelterweightWBC, The RingUD
      Jan 21, 1978+Esteban de JesúsLightweightWBCTKO
      Jun 26, 1972Ken BuchananLightweightWBA, The RingTKO
      + Became undisputed world champion

      Title Defenses

      Roberto Durán had 13 world-title defense fights across two weight classes — lightweight (x12) and welterweight. He won 12 of them and lost only 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 21, 1978+Esteban de JesúsLightweightWBA, The RingTKO
      Sep 17, 1977Edwin ViruetLightweightWBA, The RingUD
      Jan 29, 1977Vilomar FernandezLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Oct 15, 1976Alvaro RojasLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      May 23, 1976Lou BizzarroLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Dec 20, 1975Leoncio OrtizLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Mar 2, 1975Ray LampkinLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Dec 21, 1974Masataka TakayamaLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Mar 16, 1974Esteban de JesúsLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      Sep 8, 1973Guts IshimatsuLightweightWBA, The RingTKO
      Jun 2, 1973Hector ThompsonLightweightWBA, The RingTKO
      Jan 20, 1973Jimmy RobertsonLightweightWBA, The RingKO
      + Became undisputed world champion

      Title Losses

      Roberto Durán lost one world-title defense fight, and lost two titles in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Nov 25, 1980Sugar Ray LeonardWelterweightWBC, The RingTKO

      Highlights

      Durán fought a total of 119 times during his professional career, which includes 22 world-title fights at five weight divisions. He was among the very best of his generation and put on some great performances in his fights. These seven fights are the highlight of his career.

      • June 26, 1972: Durán wins his first world titles by defeating Ken Buchanan via 13th round TKO. He is now the WBA and The Ring lightweight world champion.

      • January 21, 1978: Durán becomes the undisputed lightweight world champion by defeating Esteban de Jesús via 12th round TKO. He now holds the WBA, The Ring, and WBC lightweight world-champion belts.

      • June 22, 1979: Roberto Durán beats Carlos Palomino via 10th round unanimous decision.

      • June 20, 1980: Durán wins the WBC and The Ring welterweight titles from Sugar Ray Leonard, by beating Leonard via 15 round unanimous decision.

      • January 29, 1983: Roberto Durán beats José Cuevas via 4th round TKO.

      • June 16, 1983: Durán wins the WBA super-welterweight title from Davey Moore, by beating Moore via 8th round TKO.

      • February 24, 1989: Durán wins the WBC middleweight title from Iran Barkley, by beating Barkley via 12 round split decision.

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