Light Flyweight Title

Some articles on light flyweight title, title:

Melchor Cob Castro - Pro Career
... Cob Castro turned pro in 1986 and captured the WBC light flyweight title in 1991 with a TKO win over Rolando Pascua ... In 1997 he captured the WBO light flyweight title with a decision win over Jesus Chong, but again lost the belt in his first defense to Juan Domingo Córdoba ... In 2004 he took on Jorge Arce for the WBC light flyweight title, and was knocked out for the first time in his career in the 5th round ...
Bert Batawang - Boxing Career - Is There Anything Left?
... huge setback against Solís, also winning the then vacant WBO Oriental Light Flyweight title in the process after defeating Samransak Singmanassak of Thailand ... In his first defense of the WBO Oriental title, he lost to fellow Filipino, Edren Dapudong by TKO in seven rounds ... round of the bout, winning the then vacant WBO Asia Pacific Light Flyweight title ...
Donnie Nietes - Professional Boxing Record
... Salguero UD 12 2012–06–02 Resorts World Hotel, Pasay, Metro Manila Retained WBO Light Flyweight title. 12 2011–10–08 La Salle Coliseum, Bacolod, Negros Occidental Won WBO Light Flyweight title ... Auditorio Luis Estrada Medina, Guasave, Sinaloa Retained WBO Minimumweight title ...

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