The former Wba, Wbo and Ibf Lw champion Juan Diaz entered this fight with a boxing record of 41-4-0 (20 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.94 super lightweight in the world while his opponent, Cesar Vazquez, has an official record of 27-3-0 (16 knockouts). ‘Baby Bull’ Diaz suffered two consecutive losses between 2009 and 2010, against Paul Malignaggi and Juan Manuel Marquez, but since then he has won six bouts beating Fernando Garcia in 2016 (=Diaz vs Garcia). Diaz vs Vazquez is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!
The former Wba, Wbo and Ibf Lw champion Juan Diaz entered this fight with a record of 40-4-0 (19 knockouts) while his opponent, Fernando Garcia, has a boxing record of 30-7-2 (18 knockouts). Both boxers are not ranked as they haven’t fought since 2014: in their last bout Diaz had won over Carlos Cardenas (=Diaz vs Cardenas) while Garcia had lost to Sharif Bogere. ‘Baby Bull’ Diaz vs Garcia is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2014-09-06, some good exchanges in the second part of the fight but it is not enough to get three stars: Juan Diaz vs Carlos Cardenas gets two. Juan Diaz entered this fight with a boxing record of 39-4-0 (19 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.68 lightweight in the world, he was the Wba, Wbo and Ibf Lw champion between 2004 and 2008 when he lost his first bout, against Nate Campbell, since then he won six out of his last nine fights.
His opponent, Carlos Cardenas, has a record of 21-8-1 (14 knockouts) but he lost three out of his last four bouts. ‘Baby Bull’ Diaz vs Cardenas is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Review: 2013-08-17, aggressive start, high pace and some amazing series of punches between two boxers that know only power punches:-) Juan Diaz vs Adailton De Jesus is one of the best boxing fights of 2013 and it gets four stars (we had rated this fight three stars but after watching it again we have changed our rating – August, 27, 2013). Juan ‘Baby Bull’ Diaz ranked as the No.80 lightweight in the world, entered the fight with a record of 36-4-0 (18 knockouts) while Adailton De Jesus had a record of 30-7-0 (24 knockouts; De Jesus is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since December 17, 2011 when he defeated Denis De Barros). Diaz vs De Jesus is the main event of the evening. Watch the video!
Review: 2013-04-13, good pace but disappointing ending: Juan Diaz vs Pipino Cuevas Jr gets two stars. Juan Diaz, former WBA, WBO and IBF lightweight champion, entered the fight with a record of 35-4-0 while Pipino Cuevas Jr had a record of 16-9-0 (Juan ‘Baby Bull’ Diaz is not ranked as he hasn’t fought since July 31, 2010 when he was defeated by Juan Manuel Marquez). Diaz vs Cuevas Jr is the main event of the evening. Watch the video!
Review: 2009-02-28, the first fight between Juan Manuel Marquez and Juan Diaz was the “fight of the year” of 2009. Marquez (49-4-1) came from the important victory versus Joel Casamayor and tried to win a world title in the third category of weight since he had won a world title in the featherweight and super featherweight divisions. Diaz (34-1-0) had already won the WBO and WBA lightweight titles in 2008 but he had lost them in the fight versus Nate Campbell who had left them vacant because he tried to climb the welterweight division. The fight had a very high pace and was very balanced until the ninth round when the “aged” Marquez (older than 10 years) knocked Diaz out. Watch the video!
Review: 2008-09-06, the fight between Juan Diaz and Michael Katsidis was valid for the vacant IBO lightweight title and it was one of the best fights of 2008. Both boxers in 2008 had suffered their first defeat, Juan Diaz (33-1-0) against Nate Campbell, while Katsidis (23-1-0) lost versus Joel Casamayor (probably the best boxing fight of 2008). So for both this match was really important, the fight had a very high pace (more than 1600 punches thrown in 12 rounds) and it was very balanced; in fact Juan Diaz defeated Michael Katsidis by split decision. Watch the video!