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Yori Boy Campas Record

Total Fights129
Title Wins1
Title Defenses3
Title-Fight KOs4
KO Wins84
KO Losses9
Yori Boy Campas Record & Stats
Yori Boy Campas' Record
Yori Boy Campas' boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Yori Boy Campas' boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 36 years, Yori Boy Campas fought 129 times with 109 wins, 17 losses, and 3 draws.

      Campas retired from professional boxing with a record of 109-17-3, which included one super-welterweight world-title win and three successful title defense fights. He had a 65.1% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 84 of his total 129 fights being knockout wins, four of which were in title fights. Campas suffered nine knockout losses in his career, five of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 8th round KO victory over Juan Carlos Parra on July 29, 2023.

      Some of Campas' best fights and notable victories include wins over Raul Marquez, Rogelio Medina, and Jorge Vaca.

      129Jul 29, 202351Juan Carlos ParraWinKO8
      128Jul 13, 201947Alexis CanettWinRTD6
      127Mar 16, 201846Joel JuarezWinTKO4
      126Jan 23, 201644Anthony BonsanteWinDQ
      125Nov 7, 201544Glenn CisloWinKO2
      124Aug 22, 201544Chris AsherWinKO5
      123Sep 27, 201443Julio Cesar LanzasWinUD
      122Apr 5, 201442Daniel GonzalezWinUD
      121Oct 4, 201342Octavio CastroDrawTD
      120Jun 28, 201341Cristian SolanoDrawTD
      119Feb 15, 201341Gabriel Alejandro MartinezWinSD
      118Jul 28, 201240Les SherringtonLossUD
      117Mar 30, 201240Mauro LuceroWinKO2
      116Nov 19, 201140Jorge CotaLossTKO8
      115Aug 6, 201140Marcelo Angelano RodríguezWinTKO3
      114Jun 17, 201139Rogelio MedinaWinTKO6
      113Apr 15, 201139Octavio CastroWinUD
      112Feb 18, 201139Matt VandaWinUD
      111Dec 17, 201039Esteban CamouWinTKO5
      110Sep 17, 201039Juergen HartensteinWinTKO2
      109Jul 15, 201038Taronze WashingtonWinUD
      108Oct 30, 200938Hector Camacho Jr.LossSD
      107May 9, 200937Hector CamachoDrawSD
      106Mar 21, 200937Marcos ReyesLossMD
      105Nov 8, 200837Saul RomanLossRTD9
      104Jun 21, 200836Alejandro GarciaWinKO1
      103Mar 22, 200836Matthew MacklinLossUD
      102Feb 1, 200836Amin AsikainenLossTKO7
      101Nov 30, 200736Fernando VelaWinTKO5
      100Aug 31, 200736Norberto BravoWinUD
      99Jun 15, 200735Billy LyellWinUD
      98May 2, 200735Eromosele AlbertLossUD
      97Sep 29, 200635John DuddyLossUD
      96Jul 15, 200634Miguel HernandezWinRTD5
      95Sep 30, 200534Esteban CamouWinTKO6
      94Jun 24, 200533Matt VandaLossSD
      93Apr 7, 200533Rigoberto PlacenciaWinKO2
      92Jan 21, 200533Eric ReganLossUD
      91Nov 6, 200433Raul MunozWinUD
      90Oct 15, 200433Gabriel HolguinWinMD
      89Jul 9, 200432Andres PachecoWinSD
      88May 8, 200432Anthony ShulerWinTKO1
      87Mar 26, 200432Dumont WelliverWinSD
      86May 3, 200331Oscar De La HoyaLoss *TKO7
      85Nov 15, 200231George KlinesmithWinKO2
      84Mar 16, 200230Daniel SantosLoss *TKO11
      83Sep 30, 200130Roni MartinezWinTKO5
      82Jun 16, 200129Chris SandeWinUD
      81Feb 25, 200129Tony MenefeeWinTKO4
      80Nov 19, 200029Rob BleakleyWinTKO4
      79Jul 28, 200028Tony Ayala Jr.WinRTD8
      78Mar 4, 200028Oba CarrLossTKO8
      77Nov 20, 199928Rudy LovatoWinTKO5
      76Jun 26, 199927Ronald WeaverWinUD
      75Dec 12, 199827Fernando VargasLoss *RTD7
      74Sep 18, 199827Larry BarnesWin *TKO3
      73Jun 5, 199826Pedro OrtegaWin *TKO11
      72Mar 23, 199826Anthony StephensWin *RTD3
      71Dec 6, 199726Raul MarquezWin *TKO8
      70Jul 11, 199725Verdell SmithWinUD
      69Jun 2, 199725Chris SandeWinUD
      68Feb 21, 199725Rito RuvalcabaWinTKO5
      67Nov 29, 199625Fidel AvendanoWinTKO2
      66Oct 6, 199625Jose Luis LopezLoss *RTD5
      65Mar 4, 199624Ray CollinsWinUD
      64Dec 8, 199524Francisco Javier AltamiranoWinTKO8
      63Nov 4, 199524Anthony JonesWinKO2
      62Oct 9, 199524Manuel RojasWinTKO1
      61Aug 7, 199524Genaro LéonWinTKO3
      60Jun 19, 199523Heath ToddWinTKO3
      59Apr 6, 199523Young Dick TigerWinUD
      58Feb 16, 199523Cassius Clay HorneWinTKO4
      57Sep 17, 199423Felix TrinidadLoss *TKO4
      56Jul 27, 199422Anthony IvoryWinTKO9
      55Feb 16, 199422Jorge VacaWinTKO2
      54Dec 4, 199322Floyd WilliamsWinKO4
      53Nov 12, 199322Anthony IvoryWinUD
      52Aug 27, 199322Griffin GolemanWinKO1
      51Jul 24, 199321Ricky StonerWinTKO7
      50Jun 10, 199321Louis HowardWinKO8
      49May 21, 199321Ricky LehmanWinKO3
      48Mar 12, 199321David TaylorWinTKO8
      47Jan 29, 199321Steve BarrerasWinTKO2
      46Dec 4, 199221William HernandezWinKO1
      45Oct 17, 199221Oscar PonceWinTKO7
      44Aug 26, 199221Luciano TorresWinKO1
      43Jun 19, 199220Roger TurnerWinMD
      42May 2, 199220Samuel MartinezWinTKO5
      41Apr 4, 199220Ultiminio MartinezWinKO3
      40Mar 2, 199220Julian BenitezWinKO1
      39Nov 11, 199120Greg DicksonWinKO2
      38Oct 5, 199120Frankie DavisWinTKO4
      37Aug 10, 199120Jose Luis BedollaWinTKO3
      36Jul 8, 199119Cassius Clay HorneWinTKO2
      35May 24, 199119Jesus CardenasWinKO7
      34Mar 8, 199119Rey MoralesWinKO6
      33Feb 4, 199119Roman NunezWinTKO3
      32Dec 10, 199019Luis Francisco PerezWinTKO4
      31Nov 24, 199019Martin QuirozWinUD
      30Sep 28, 199019Victor LozoyaWinKO3
      29Aug 20, 199019Julian BenitezWinKO8
      28May 7, 199018Luis MoraWinUD
      27May 4, 199018Jorge HernandezWinKO2
      26Mar 12, 199018Manuel RamosWinKO4
      25Feb 12, 199018Jesus RamirezWinKO2
      24Dec 15, 198918Federico RenteriaWinKO2
      23Oct 30, 198918Corona DominguezWinKO2
      22Sep 29, 198918Santana YanezWinTKO4
      21Aug 14, 198918Martin ContrerasWinTKO5
      20Jun 16, 198917Antonio MartinezWinKO3
      19Apr 24, 198917Rigoberto GarciaWinTKO7
      18Apr 7, 198917David LopezWinTKO8
      17Mar 13, 198917Rosario GuerreroWinKO4
      16Dec 2, 198817David LopezWinUD
      15Nov 7, 198817Jose LopezWinTKO6
      14Oct 14, 198817Sergio VacasehuaWinUD
      13Aug 22, 198817Luis RodriguezWinKO4
      12Jul 11, 198816Jose LopezWinTKO8
      11Jun 20, 198816Luis GarciaWinKO4
      10Apr 19, 198816Jorge AhumadaWinKO1
      9Apr 1, 198816Gaby VegaWinKO1
      8Mar 4, 198816Heriberto RuizWinKO2
      7Feb 19, 198816Segio GarciaWinKO1
      6Jan 10, 198816Sebastian MendezWinKO2
      5Dec 20, 198716Paulino GascaWinKO1
      4Dec 13, 198716Miguel AyalaWinKO1
      3Nov 23, 198716Rene FloresWinKO3
      2Nov 12, 198716Roberto LopezWinKO2
      1Jul 11, 198715Gaby VegaWinKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Luis Ramón Campas (Yori Boy) is a 52-year old retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico on August 6, 1971. He is a former super-welterweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 36 years — from 1987 to 2023.

      Campas made his professional boxing debut against Gaby Vega at the age of 15 on July 11, 1987, defeating Vega via 1st round KO. He went on to win 55 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 49 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 23 on September 17, 1994 after 56 professional fights, against Felix Trinidad for the IBF title. He lost to Trinidad via 4th round TKO.

      Campas has won one world title at super-welterweight. For all the details about Campas' world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Campas had a total of 17 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Juan Carlos Parra on July 29, 2023. Campas won the fight via 8th round KO. It's been 10 months and 23 days since this fight.


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

      Title Wins

      Yori Boy Campas fought for a super-welterweight world title in five fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. He won one super-welterweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Dec 6, 1997Raul MarquezSuper-welterweightIBFTKO

      Title Defenses

      Yori Boy Campas had four super-welterweight world-title defense fights. He won three 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
      Sep 18, 1998Larry BarnesSuper-welterweightIBFTKO
      Jun 5, 1998Pedro OrtegaSuper-welterweightIBFTKO
      Mar 23, 1998Anthony StephensSuper-welterweightIBFRTD

      Title Losses

      Yori Boy Campas lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Dec 12, 1998Fernando VargasSuper-welterweightIBFRTD


      Campas fought a total of 129 times during his professional career, which includes 9 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • September 17, 1994: In his first world-title fight, Yori Boy Campas loses to Felix Trinidad via 4th round TKO. He was fighting for the IBF welterweight title.

      • December 6, 1997: Campas wins the IBF super-welterweight title from Raul Marquez, by beating Marquez via 8th round TKO.


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