History of the World Featherweight Championship


During the history of the division's lineal championship, there have been occasions when the reigning champ has moved up in weight or retired, thus ending that particular strand of the lineage. In such instances a new lineage must be established, which is basically filling a vacancy. For background information on this, please click here.




1892
Jun 27 - George Dixon  KO 14  Fred Johnson (New York City, New York, USA)

Sep 6 - George Dixon  KO 8  Jack Skelly (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA)

1893
Aug 7 - George Dixon  KO 3  Eddie Pierce (New York City, New York, USA)

Sep 25 - George Dixon  KO 7  Solly Smith (New York City, New York, USA)
1894
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1895
Aug 27 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Johnny Griffin (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

1896
Nov 27 - Frank Erne  PTS 20  George Dixon (New York City, New York, USA)

1897
Apr 24 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Frank Erne (New York City, New York, USA)
Smith was born in Los Angeles

Oct 4 - Solly Smith  PTS 20  George Dixon (San Francisco, California, USA)

1898
Sep 26 - Dave Sullivan  KO 5  Solly Smith (New York City, New York, USA)

Sullivan was from Ireland and only managed a brief reign as champion

Nov 11 - George Dixon  DIS 10  Dave Sullivan (New York City, New York, USA)

Nov 29 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Oscar Gardner (New York City, New York, USA)

1899
Jan 17 - George Dixon  KO 10  Young Pluto (New York City, New York, USA)

May 15 - George Dixon  PTS 20  Kid Broad (Buffalo, New York, USA)

Jun 2 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Joe Bernstein (New York City, New York, USA)

Jul 11 - George Dixon  PTS 20  Tommy White (Denver, Colorado, USA)

Aug 11 - George Dixon  D 20  Eddie Santry (New York City, New York, USA)

Nov 2 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Will Curley (New York City, New York, USA)

Dixon (seen here with his manager Tom O’Rourke) was known as “Little Chocolate” and was an outstanding three-time champion

Nov 21 - George Dixon  PTS 25  Eddie Lenny (New York City, New York, USA)

1900
Jan 9 - Terry McGovern  KO 8  George Dixon (New York City, New York, USA)

Feb 1 - Terry McGovern  KO 5  Eddie Santry (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

Mar 9 - Terry McGovern  KO 3  Oscar Gardner (New York City, New York, USA)

Jun 12 - Terry McGovern  KO 3  Tommy White (New York City, New York, USA)

Nov 2 - Terry McGovern  KO 7  Joe Bernstein (Louisville, Kentucky, USA)

1901
Apr 30 - Terry McGovern  KO 4  Oscar Gardner (San Francisco, California, USA)

May 29 - Terry McGovern  KO 4  Aurelio Herrera (San Francisco, California, USA)

The myth of the feared McGovern (left) was shattered by Corbett

Nov 28 - Young Corbett II  KO 2  Terry McGovern (Hartford, Connecticut, USA)

1902
Nov - Corbett vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight

1903
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1904
* Abe Attell gained universal recognition following wins over George Dixon and Johnny
   Reagan

Feb 1 - Abe Attell  KO 5  Harry Forbes (St Louis, Missouri, USA)

1905
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1906
Jul 4 - Abe Attell  PTS 20  Frankie Neil (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Oct 30 - Abe Attell  PTS 20  Harry Baker (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Dec 7 - Abe Attell  KO 8  Jimmy Walsh (Los Angeles, California, USA)

1907
Jan 18 - Abe Attell  KO 8  Harry Baker (Los Angeles, California, USA)

May 24 - Abe Attell  PTS 20  Kid Solomon (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Oct 29 - Abe Attell  KO 4  Freddie Weeks (Los Angeles, California, USA)

1908
A cigarette card featuring Attell

Jan 1 - Abe Attell  D 25  Owen Moran (Colma, California, USA)

Sep 7 - Abe Attell  D 23  Owen Moran (San Francisco, California, USA)

1909
Mar 26 - Abe Attell  KO 8  Frankie White (Dayton, Ohio, USA)

1910
Feb 28 - Abe Attell  KO 6  Harry Forbes (New York City, New York, USA)

1911
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1912
Feb 22 - Johnny Kilbane  PTS 20  Abe Attell (Vernon, California, USA)

May 21 - Johnny Kilbane  D 12  Jimmy Walsh (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

1913
Kilbane (right) and Dundee pose before the start of their bout

Apr 29 - Johnny Kilbane  D 20  Johnny Dundee (Vernon, California, USA)

1914
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1915
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1916
Sep 4 - Johnny Kilbane  KO 3  George “KO” Chaney (Cedar Point, Ohio, USA)

1917
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1918
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1919
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1920
Apr 21 - Johnny Kilbane  KO 7  Alvie Miller (Lorain, Ohio, USA)

1921
Kilbane’s championship belt

Sep 17 - Johnny Kilbane  KO 7  Danny Frush (Cleveland, Ohio, USA)

1922
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1923
Kilbane (left) holds the record for the longest reign which ended when Criqui (right) beat him

Jun 2 - Eugene Criqui  KO 6  Johnny Kilbane (New York City, New York, USA)

Jul 26 - Johnny Dundee  PTS 15  Eugene Criqui (New York City, New York, USA)

1924
Oct - Dundee vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight

1925
Jan 2 - Kid Kaplan  KO 9  Danny Kramer (New York City, New York, USA)

Aug 27 - Kid Kaplan  D 15  Babe Herman (Waterbury, Connecticut, USA)

Dec 13 - Kid Kaplan  PTS 15  Babe Herman (New York City, New York, USA)

1926
Mar - Kaplan vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight

1927
Sep 12 - Benny Bass  PTS 10  Red Chapman (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

1928
Feb 10 - Tony Canzoneri  PTS 15  Benny Bass (New York City, New York, USA)




Routis (featured here in a magazine article) was from France

Sep 28 - Andre Routis  PTS 15  Tony Canzoneri (New York City, New York, USA)

1929
May 27 - Andre Routis  KO 3  Buster Brown (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

Sep 23 - Bat Battalino  PTS 15  Andre Routis (Hartford, Connecticut, USA)

1930
Jul 15 - Bat Battalino  KO 5  Ignacio Fernandez (Hartford, Connecticut, USA)



A French press release featuring Battalino

Dec 12 - Bat Battalino  PTS 15  Kid Chocolate (New York City, New York, USA)

1931
May 22 - Bat Battalino  PTS 15  Fidel LaBarba (New York City, New York, USA)

Jul 1 - Bat Battalino  PTS 10  Bobby Brady (Jersey City, New Jersey, USA)

Jul 23 - Bat Battalino  PTS 10  Freddie Miller (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)

Nov 4 - Bat Battalino  PTS 10  Earl Maestro (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

1932
Jan - Battalino forfeits the world championship when he fails to make the weight limit for a
          defence against Freddie Miller (Miller made the weight limit and the bout went ahead
          but ended in a ‘no contest’ so he did not become champion)

Oct 13 - Kid Chocolate  KO 12  Lew Feldman (New York City, New York, USA)

Dec 9 - Kid Chocolate  PTS 15  Fidel LaBarba (New York City, New York, USA)

1933
May 19 - Kid Chocolate  PTS 15  Seaman Tommy Watson (New York City, New York, USA)

1934
* Although Chocolate did not officially vacate the world championship it became
   universally accepted as being vacant (it was indicated that he could no longer make the     
   featherweight limit)

Sep 21 - Freddie Miller  PTS 15  Nel Tarleton (Liverpool, England)

1935
Feb 17 - Freddie Miller  KO 1  Jose Girones (Barcelona, Spain)

Jun 12 - Freddie Miller  PTS 15  Nel Tarleton (Liverpool, England)

Oct 22 - Freddie Miller  PTS 15  Vernon Cornier (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

1936
Feb 18 - Freddie Miller  PTS 12  Johnny Pena (Seattle, Washington, USA)
Miller posing in a gym

Mar 2 - Freddie Miller  PTS 15  Petey Sarron (Coral Gables, Florida, USA)

May 11 - Petey Sarron  PTS 15  Freddie Miller (Washington DC, USA)

Jul 22 - Petey Sarron  PTS 15  Baby Manuel (Dallas, Texas, USA)

1937
Sep 4 - Petey Sarron  PTS 12  Freddie Miller (Johannesburg, South Africa)

Oct 29 - Henry Armstrong  KO 6  Petey Sarron (New York City, New York, USA)

1938
Nov - Armstrong vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight and
           welterweight

1939
A ticket for Archibald v Rodak

Apr 18 - Joey Archibald  PTS 15  Leo Rodak (Providence, Rhode Island, USA)

Sep 28 - Joey Archibald  PTS 15  Harry Jeffra (Washington DC, USA)

1940
Apr 20 - Harry Jeffra  PTS 15  Joey Archibald (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

Jul 29 - Harry Jeffra  PTS 15  Spider Armstrong (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

1941
May 12 - Joey Archibald  PTS 15  Harry Jeffra (Washington DC, USA)

Sep 11 - Chalky Wright  KO 11  Joey Archibald (Washington DC, USA)

1942
Jun 19 - Chalky Wright  KO 10  Harry Jeffra (Baltimore, Maryland, USA)

Sep 25 - Chalky Wright  PTS 15  Lulu Constantino (New York City, New York, USA)

Nov 20 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Chalky Wright (New York City, New York, USA)

1943

Pep on the cover “The Ring” magazine

Jun 8 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Sal Bartolo (Boston, Massachusetts, USA)

1944
Sep 29 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Chalky Wright (New York City, New York, USA)

1945
Feb 19 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Phil Terranova (New York City, New York, USA)

1946
Jun 7 - Willie Pep  KO 12  Sal Bartolo (New York City, New York, USA)

1947
Aug 22 - Willie Pep  KO 12  Jock Leslie (Flint, Michigan, USA)

1948
Feb 24 - Willie Pep  KO 10  Humberto Sierra (Miami, Florida, USA)

Oct 29 - Sandy Saddler  KO 4  Willie Pep (New York City, New York, USA)

1949
Feb 11 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Sandy Saddler (New York City, New York, USA)
Sep 20 - Willie Pep  KO 7  Eddie Campo (Waterbury, Connecticut, USA)

1950
Jan 16 - Willie Pep  KO 5  Charley Riley (St Louis, Missouri, USA)

Mar 17 - Willie Pep  PTS 15  Ray Famechon (New York City, New York, USA)
Saddler in training

Sep 8 - Sandy Saddler  KO 8  Willie Pep (New York City, New York, USA)

1951
Sep 26 - Sandy Saddler  KO 9  Willie Pep (New York City, New York, USA)

1952
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1953
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1954
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1955
Feb 25 - Sandy Saddler  PTS 15  Teddy “Red Top” Davis (New York City, New York, USA)

1956

Saddler (left) defended successfully against the superb Elorde

Jan 18 - Sandy Saddler  KO 13  Flash Elorde (San Francisco, USA)

1957
Jan - Saddler vacates the world championship and retires

Jun 24 - Hogan “Kid” Bassey  KO 10  Cherif Hamia (Paris, France)

1958
Apr 1 - Hogan “Kid” Bassey  KO 3  Ricardo Moreno (Los Angeles, USA)

1959
Mar 18 - Davey Moore  KO 13  Hogan “Kid” Bassey (Los Angeles, USA)

Aug 19 - Davey Moore  KO 11  Hogan “Kid” Bassey (Los Angeles, USA)

1960
Moore (right) travelled to Japan to defend against Takayama

Aug 29 - Davey Moore  PTS 15  Kazuo Takayama (Tokyo, Japan)

1961
Apr 8 - Davey Moore  KO 1  Danny Valdez (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Nov 13 - Davey Moore  PTS 15  Kazuo Takayama (Tokyo, Japan)

1962
Aug 17 - Davey Moore  KO 2  Ollie Maeki (Helsinki, Finland)

1963
Mar 21 - Sugar Ramos  KO 10  Davey Moore (Los Angeles, California, USA)
Ramos was from Cuba

Jul 13 - Sugar Ramos  PTS 15  Rafiu King (Mexico City, Mexico)

1964
Feb 28 - Sugar Ramos  KO 6  Mitsunori Seki (Tokyo, Japan)

May 9 - Sugar Ramos  PTS 15  Floyd Robertson (Accra, Ghana)

Sep 26 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 12  Sugar Ramos (Mexico City, Mexico)

Dec 6 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 11  Delfino Rosales (Mexico City, Mexico)

1965

A poster for Saldivar’s defence against Rojas

May 7 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 15  Raul Rojas (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Sep 7 - Vicente Saldivar  PTS 15  Howard Winstone (London, England)

1966
Feb 12 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 2  Floyd Robertson (Mexico City, Mexico)

Aug 7 - Vicente Saldivar  PTS 15  Mitsunori Seki (Mexico City, Mexico)

1967
Jan 29 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 7  Mitsunori Seki (Mexico City, Mexico)

Jun 15 - Vicente Saldivar  PTS 15  Howard Winstone (Cardiff, Wales)

Winstone (left) failed in three shots at Saldivar (right)

Oct 14 - Vicente Saldivar  KO 12  Howard Winstone (Mexico City, Mexico)

Oct - Saldivar vacates the world championship and retires

1968
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1969
Jan 21 - Johnny Famechon  PTS 15  Jose Legra (London, England)

Jul 28 - Johnny Famechon  PTS 15  Fighting Harada (Sydney, Australia)

1970

A portrait of Famechon (who was from Australia)

Jan 6 - Johnny Famechon  KO 14  Fighting Harada (Tokyo, Japan)

May 9 - Vicente Saldivar  PTS 15  Johnny Famechon (Rome, Italy)

Dec 11 - Kuniaki Shibata  KO 14  Vicente Saldivar (Tijuana, Mexico)

1971
Jun 3 - Kuniaki Shibata  KO 1  Raul Cruz (Tokyo, Japan)

Nov 11 - Kuniaki Shibata  D 15  Ernesto Marcel (Matsuyama, Japan)

1972
May 19 - Clemente Sanchez  KO 3  Kuniaki Shibata (Tokyo, Japan)

Dec 16 - Jose Legra  KO 10  Clemente Sanchez (Monterrey, Mexico)

1973
Jofre was from Brazil and became a two-division champion with his win over Legra (Jofre had previously been
bantamweight champion)


May 5 - Eder Jofre  PTS 15  Jose Legra (Brasilia, Brazil)

Oct 21 - Eder Jofre  KO 4  Vicente Saldivar (Salvador, Brazil)

1974
* Although Jofre did not officially vacate the world championship it became universally
   accepted as being vacant (he gave no indication that he planned to defend it again)

1975
May 31 - Alexis Arguello  KO 2  Rigoberto Riasco (Managua, Nicaragua)

Oct 12 - Alexis Arguello  KO 5  Royal Kobayashi (Tokyo, Japan)

1976

Arguello was a terrific champion

Jun 19 - Alexis Arguello  KO 3  Salvatore Torres (Los Angeles, California, USA)

1977
Jun - Arguello vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight

1978
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1979

Lopez proved to be a popular and exciting star

Mar 10 - Danny Lopez  KO 2  Roberto Castanon (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)

Jun 17 - Danny Lopez  KO 15  Mike Ayala (San Antonio, Texas, USA)

Sep 25 - Danny Lopez  KO 3  Jose Caba (Los Angeles, California, USA)

1980
Feb 2 - Salvador Sanchez  KO 13  Danny Lopez (Phoenix, Arizona, USA)

Apr 12 - Salvador Sanchez  PTS 15  Ruben Castillo (Tucson, Arizona, USA)

Jun 21 - Salvador Sanchez  KO 14  Danny Lopez (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Sep 13 - Salvador Sanchez  PTS 15  Patrick Ford (San Antonio, Texas, USA)

Dec 13 - Salvador Sanchez  PTS 15  Juan LaPorte (El Paso, Texas, USA)

1981
Mar 22 - Salvador Sanchez  KO 10  Roberto Castanon (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Sanchez (left) defeated the talented Gomez in an eagerly awaited match-up

Aug 21 - Salvador Sanchez  KO 8  Wilfredo Gomez (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Dec 12 - Salvador Sanchez  PTS 15  Pat Cowdell (Houston, Texas, USA)

1982
May 8 - Salvador Sanchez  PTS 15  Rocky Garcia (Dallas, Texas, USA)

Jul 21 - Salvador Sanchez  KO 15  Azumah Nelson (New York City, New York, USA)

Aug - The world championship becomes vacant following the tragic death of Sanchez in a car
           crash

* Eusebio Pedroza gains universal recognition due to a victory over Juan LaPorte

Oct 16 - Eusebio Pedroza  D 15  Bernard Taylor (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA)

1983



Pedroza was from Panama and earned respect as a worthy champion

Apr 24 - Eusebio Pedroza  PTS 15  Rocky Lockridge (San Remo, Italy)

Oct 22 - Eusebio Pedroza  PTS 15  Jose Caba (St Vincent, Italy)

1984
May 17 - Eusebio Pedroza  PTS 15  Angel Levy (Maracaibo, Venezuela)

1985
Feb 2 - Eusebio Pedroza  PTS 15  Jorge Lujan (Panama City, Panama)


The charismatic McGuigan became a big name after dethroning Pedroza

Jun 8 - Barry McGuigan  PTS 15  Eusebio Pedroza (London, England)

Sep 28 - Barry McGuigan  KO 9  Bernard Taylor (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

1986
Feb 15 - Barry McGuigan  KO 14  Danilo Cabrera (Dublin, Ireland)

McGuigan's loss to Cruz was a big upset

Jun 23 - Steve Cruz  PTS 15  Barry McGuigan (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

1987
Mar 6 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 12  Steve Cruz (Fort Worth, Texas, USA)

Jul 26 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 10  Pascual Aranda (Houston, Texas, USA)

1988
Jun 23 - Antonio Esparragoza  D 12  Marcos Villasana (Los Angeles, California, USA)

Nov 5 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 8  Jose Marmolejo (Marsala, Italy)

1989
Mar 26 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 10  Mitsuru Sugiya (Kawasaki, Japan)

Jun 2 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 6  Jean-Marc Renard (Namur, Belgium)

Sep 22 - Antonio Esparragoza  KO 5  Fili Montoya (Mexicali, Mexico)

1990
May 12 - Antonio Esparragoza  PTS 12  Chan-Mok Park (Seoul, South Korea)

1991
Mar 30 - Yung-Kyun Park  PTS 12  Antonio Esparragoza (Kwangju, South Korea)

Jun 15 - Yung-Kyun Park  KO 6  Masuaki Takeda (Seoul, South Korea)
Park was from South Korea and always defended in his home country

Sep 14 - Yung-Kyun Park  PTS 12  Eloy Rojas (Seoul, South Korea)

1992
Jan 25 - Yung-Kyun Park  KO 9  Seiji Asakawa (Inchon, South Korea)

Apr 25 - Yung-Kyun Park  KO 11  Koji Matsumoto (Ahnsan, South Korea)

Aug 29 - Yung-Kyun Park  PTS 12  Giovanni Nieves (Taegu, South Korea)

Dec 19 - Yung-Kyun Park  PTS 12  Ever Beleno (Changwon, South Korea)

1993
Mar 20 - Yung-Kyun Park  KO 4  Thanomchit Kiatkriangkrai (Cheju-Do, South Korea)

Sep 3 - Yung-Kyun Park  PTS 12  Tae-Shik Chun (Seoul, South Korea)

Dec 4 - Eloy Rojas  PTS 12  Yung-Kyun Park (Seoul, South Korea)
1994
Mar 19 - Eloy Rojas  KO 5  Seiji Asakawa (Kobe, Japan)

Sep 11 - Eloy Rojas  KO 8  Samart Payakaroon (Trang, Thailand)

Dec 3 - Eloy Rojas  PTS 12  Luis Mendoza (Bogota, Colombia)

1995
May 27 - Eloy Rojas  PTS 12  Yung-Kyun Park (Kwangju, South Korea)

Aug 13 - Eloy Rojas  PTS 12  Nobutoshi Hiranka (Tagawa, Japan)

1996
Jan 27 - Eloy Rojas  PTS 12  Miguel Arrozal (Phoenix, Arizona, USA)

Rojas on his way to losing the championship to Vasquez (behind referee)

May 18 - Wilfredo Vasquez  KO 11  Eloy Rojas (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Dec 7 - Wilfredo Vasquez  KO 5  Bernardo Mendoza (Indio, California, USA)

1997
Mar 30 - Wilfredo Vasquez  KO 5  Yuji Watanabe (Tokyo, Japan)

Aug 23 - Wilfredo Vasquez  PTS 12  Roque Cassiani (New York City, New York, USA)

Vazquez in training

Nov 8 - Wilfredo Vasquez  PTS 12  Genaro Rios (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

1998
Apr 18 - Naseem Hamed  KO 7  Wilfredo Vasquez (Manchester, England)

Hamed was the UK’s first lineal world featherweight champion

Oct 31 - Naseem Hamed  PTS 12  Wayne McCullough (Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA)

1999
Hamed (seen here defending against Ingle) became a household name

Apr 10 - Naseem Hamed  KO 11  Paul Ingle (Manchester, England)

Oct 22 - Naseem Hamed  PTS 12  Cesar Soto (Detroit, Michigan, USA)

2000
Mar 11 - Naseem Hamed  KO 4  Vuyani Bungu (London, England)

Aug 19 - Naseem Hamed  KO 4  Augie Sanchez (Ledyard, Connecticut, USA)

2001
Apr 8 - Marco Antonio Barrera  PTS 12  Naseem Hamed (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Sep 8 - Marco Antonio Barrera  KO 6  Enrique Sanchez (Reno, Nevada, USA)

2002
Jun 22 - Marco Antonio Barrera  PTS 12  Erik Morales (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
Barerra and Tapia were friendly in the pre-fight build-up but got down to business in the ring

Nov 2 - Marco Antonio Barrera  PTS 12  Johnny Tapia (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

2003
Apr 12 - Marco Antonio Barrera  KO 4  Kevin Kelley (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Nov 15 - Manny Pacquiao  KO 11  Marco Antonio Barrera (San Antonio, Texas, USA)

2004
Pacquiao’s blend of speed and power made him a whirlwind in the ring

May 8 - Manny Pacquiao  D 12  Juan Manuel Marquez (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

Dec 11 - Manny Pacquiao  KO 4  Fahsan Thawatchai (Taguig, Philippines)

2005
Jun - Pacquiao vacates the world championship to campaign at lightweight

2006
Mar 4 - Chris John  PTS 12  Juan Manuel Marquez (Kutai Kartanegara, Indonesia)

Sep 9 - Chris John  PTS 12  Renan Acosta (Jakarta, Indonesia)

2007
Mar 3 - Chris John  PTS 12  Jose Rojas (Jakarta, Indonesia) 

Aug 19 - Chris John  KO 9  Zaiki Takemoto (Kobe, Japan)

2008
Jan 26 - Chris John  KO 7  Roinet Caballero (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Oct 24 - Chris John  PTS 12  Hiroyuki Enoki (Tokyo, Japan)

2009
Feb 28 - Chris John  D 12  Rocky Juarez (Houston, Texas, USA)

Sep 19 - Chris John  PTS 12  Rocky Juarez (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

2010
Dec 5 - Chris John  PTS 12  Fernando Saucedo (Jakarta, Indonesia)

2011
Apr 17 - Chris John  PTS 12  Daud Yordan (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Nov 30 - Chris John  PTS 12  Stanyslav Merdov (Perth, Australia)

2012


















Chris John (left) in action against Japan's Shoji Kimura

May 5 - Chris John  PTS 12  Shoji Kimura (Marina Bay, Singapore)

Nov 9 - Chris John  PTS 12 Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo (Marina Bay, Singapore)

2013
Apr 14 - Chris John  NC 3  Satoshi Hosono (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Dec 6 - Simpiwe Vetyeka  KO 6  Chris John (Perth, Australia)

2014
May 31 - Nonito Donaire  TD 5  Simpiwe Vetyeka (Macau, China)

Oct 18 - Nicholas Walters  KO 6  Nonito Donaire (Carson, California, USA)


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