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MIURA vs. JARDON

MIURA vs. JARDON

WORLD BOXING COUNCIL NEWS. December 28, 2013 – Mexico City. From the office of WBC President Dr. José Sulaimán:


WBC STATISTICS

WBC Super Featherweight World Championship

Tokyo, Japan - Ota-City Gymnasium

December 31, 2013

This will be the 1,844th fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 50-year history.

 

TEIKEN PROMOTIONS PRESENTS:

MIURA vs. JARDON

TAKASHI MIURA (Japan)

WBC Super Featherweight World Champion

Age, date of birth: 29 (May 14, 1984)

Residence: Tokyo, Japan

Birthplace: Yamamoto, Japan

Record: 26-2-2, 19 KOs

Stance: Lefthanded

Total rounds: 167

World championship fights: 2-1, 1 KO

Manager: Akihiko Honda

Promoter: Teiken Promotions

DANTE “Crazy” JARDON (Mexico)

Ranked WBC No. 2 at super featherweight

Age, date of birth: 25 (January 7, 1988)

Birthplace: Mexico City, D.F., Mexico

Residence: Mexico City, D.F., Mexico

Record: 24-3, 20 KOs

Stance: Righthanded

Total rounds: 101

WBC titles: WBC Continental Americas, WBC Youth

Manager: Manuel Lopez

Promoter: Ricardo Maldonado Jr.

 

WBC SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS

1.         Gabriel Elorde (Phil)                   1963 - 1967

2.         Yoshiaki Numata (Jap)               1967

3.         Hiroshi Kobayashi (Japan)          1967 – 1968

4.         Rene Barrientos (Phil)                1969 – 1970

5.         Yoshiaki Numata (Japan) *         1970 - 1971

6.         Ricardo Arredondo (Mex)            1971 - 1974

7.         Kuniaki Shibata (Jap)                 1974 - 1975

8.         Alfredo Escalera (P. Rico)          1975 - 1978

9.         Alexis Arguello (Nic)                  1978 - 1980

10.        Rafael Limon (Mex)                    1980 - 1981

11.        Cornelius Boza-Edwards (Uga)   1981

12.        Rolando Navarrete (Phil) 1981 - 1982

13.        Rafael Limon (Mex) *                 1982

14.        Bobby Chacon (US)                   1982 - 1983

15.        Hector Camacho (P. Rico)         1983

16.        Julio Cesar Chavez (Mex)          1984 - 1987

17.        Azumah Nelson (Ghana) 1988 - 1994

18.        James Leija (US)                       1994

19.        Gabriel Ruelas (Mex)                 1994 - 1995

20.        Azumah Nelson (Ghana) *          1995 - 1997

21.        Genaro Hernandez (US)             1997 - 1998

22.        Floyd Mayweather (US)              1998 - 2001

23.        Sirimongkol Singmanassuk (Thai) 2002 - 2003

24.        Jesus Chavez (Mexico)              2003 - 2004

25.        Erik Morales (Mexico)                2004

26.        Marco Antonio Barrera (Mexico)  2004 - 2007

27.        Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico)   2007 - 2008

28.        Manny Pacquiao (Philippines)     2008

29.        Humberto Soto (Mexico)             2008 - 2009

30.        Humberto Mauro Gutierrez (Mex) Int. 2009

31.        Vitaly Tajbert (Germany)             2009 – 2010

32.        Takahiro Aoh (Japan)                 2010 – 2012

33.        Gamaliel Diaz (Mexico)              2012 – 2013

34.        Takashi Miura (Japan)                2013 –

* Regained

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT DIVISION IN WBC HISTORY

31 world champions have been recognized by the WBC, three of whom have regained the title: Yoshiaki Numata (Japan), Rafael Limon (Mexico), Azumah Nelson (Ghana).

 

258 world title fights have been held in Japan in the history of the WBC.

This will be the 26th super featherweight title fight in Japan in the history of the WBC.

 

WBC TITLE FIGHTS BETWEEN JAPAN & MEXICO

There have been 102 WBC world title fights between Japan and Mexico.

Mexico has won 58 bouts, Japan has won 41, with 2 draws  and 1 no contest.

 

MEMORABLE FIGHTS:

Jan. 29, 1967    Vicente Saldivar KO7 Mitsunori Seki, Mexico City

Jan. 3, 1967      Masahiko Harada W15 Jose Medel, Nagoya

Dec. 11, 1970    Kuniaki Shibata KO13 Vicente Saldivar, Tijuana

Sep. 1, 1973      Ricardo Arredondo TKO6 Morito Kashiwaba, Tokyo

Sep. 12, 1974    Ishimatsu Suzuki D15 Tury Pineda, Tokyo

Jan. 8, 1975      Miguel Canto W15 Shoji Oguma, Sendai

Aug. 23, 1975    Miguel Canto TKO11 Jiro Takada, Merida

June 11, 1980    Guadalupe Pintor D15 Eijiro Murata, Tokyo

Apr. 9, 1984      Gabriel Bernal KO2 Koji Kobayashi, Tokyo

Mar. 30, 1985    Gilberto Roman W12 Jiro Watanabe, Itami

July 22, 1987     Rene Arredondo TKO6 Tsuyoshi Hamada, Tokyo

Sep. 17, 1992    Victor Rabanales TKO9 Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, Osaka

Mar. 3, 1996      Daniel Zaragoza TKO11 Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, Yokohama

Apr. 27, 1996     Hiroshi Kawashima W12 Jose Luis Bueno, Yokohama

Apr. 14, 1997     Daniel Zaragoza W12 Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, Osaka

Mar. 6, 2004      Oscar Larios W12 Shigeru Nakazato, Saitama

Jan. 3, 2007      Cristian Mijares TKO10 Katsushige Kawashima, Tokyo

Mar 12, 2008     Takahiro Aoh W12 Oscar Larios, Tokyo

May 23, 2009    Toshiaki Nishioka TKO3 Jhonny Gonzalez, Monterrey

Apr. 30, 2010     Fernando Montiel TKO4 Hozumi Hasegawa, Tokyo

Sep. 20, 2010    Tomas Rojas W12 Kohei Kono (vacant), Saitama

Apr. 8, 2013      Takashi Miura KO9 Gamaliel Diaz, Tokyo

Aug. 13, 2013    Takashi Miura W12 Sergio Thompson, Cancun

 

WBC Statistics by Luis Medina.



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