Floyd Mayweather Jr Fight-by-Fight Career Record

Floyd Mayweather Jr Fight-by-Fight Career Record

Floyd Mayweather Jr Fight-by-Fight Career Record
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Many consider Floyd Mayweather to be one of the very best defensive boxers to ever live, with an impeccable resume that saw him scalp many great warriors during his tenure as a prize fighter.

It's a record as stellar as they come within the pro ranks, and a perfect one. Here's a look back at the Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight-by-fight career record as a professional:

Pro Record: 49 Wins, 0 Losses, 26 KOs

2015

Sept 12 -- Andre Berto, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

May 2 -- Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

2014

Sept 13 -- Marcos Maidana, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

May 3 -- Marcos Maidana, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

2013

Sept 14 -- Canelo Alvarez, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

May 4 -- Robert Guerrero, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

2012

May 5 -- Miguel Cotto, Las Vegas, NV, W 12
(Won WBA light middleweight title)

2011

Sept. 17 -- Victor Ortiz, Las Vegas, NV, KO 4
(Won WBC welterweight title)

2010

May 1 -- Shane Mosley, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

2009

Sept. 19 -- Juan Manuel Marquez, Las Vegas, NV, W 12

2008

*INACTIVE

2007

Dec. 8 -- Ricky Hatton, Las Vegas, NV, TKO 10
(Retained WBC Welterweight Title)
May 5 -- Oscar De La Hoya, Las Vegas, NV, W 12
(Won WBC Jr. Middleweight Title)

2006

Nov. 4 -- Carlos Baldomir, Las Vegas, NV, W 12
(Won WBC Welterweight Title)
Apr. 8 -- Zab Judah, Las Vegas, NV, W 12
(Won IBF Welterweight Title)

2005

Nov. 19 -- Sharmba Mitchell, Portland, OR, TKO 6
June 25 -- Arturo Gatti, Atlantic City, NJ, TKO 6
(Won WBC Light Welterweight Title)
Jan.

22 -- Henry Bruseles, Miami, FL, TKO 8

2004

May 22 -- DeMarcus Corley, Atlantic City, NJ, W 12 

2003

Nov. 1 -- Phillip N'Dou, Grand Rapids, Michigan, TKO 7
(Retained WBC lightweight title)
Apr. 19 -- Victoriano Sosa, Fresno, CA, W 12
(Retained WBC lightweight title)

2002

Dec. 7 -- Jose Luis Castillo, Las Vegas, W 12
(Retained WBC lightweight title)
Apr.

20 -- Jose Luis Castillo, Las Vegas, W 12
(Won WBC lightweight title)

2001

Nov. 10 -- Jesus Chavez, San Francisco, California, TKO 10
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)
May 26 -- Carlos Hernandez, Grand Rapids, Michigan, W 12
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)
Jan. 20 -- Diego Corrales, Las Vegas, TKO 10
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)

2000

Oct. 21 -- Emanuel Burton, Detroit, Michigan, TKO 9
Mar. 18 -- Goyo Vargas, Las Vegas, W 12
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)

1999

Sept. 11 -- Carlos Gerena, Las Vegas, TKO 7
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)
May 22 -- Justin Juuko, Las Vegas, KO 9
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)
Feb. 17 -- Carlos Rios, Grand Rapids, Michigan, W 12
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)

1998

Dec. 19 -- Angel Manfredy, Miami, TKO 2
(Retained WBC super featherweight title)
Oct. 3 -- Genaro Hernandez, Las Vegas, TKO 8
(Captured WBC super featherweight title)
June 14 -- Tony Pep, Atlantic City, W 10
Apr. 18 -- Gustavo Cuello, Los Angeles, W 10
Mar. 23 -- Miguel Melo, Ledyard, Connecticut, TKO 3
Feb. 28 -- Sam Girad, Atlantic City, KO 2
Jan. 9 -- Hector Arroyo, Biloxi, Mississippi, TKO 5

1997

Nov. 20 -- Angelo Nunez, Los Angeles, TKO 3
Oct. 14 -- Felipe Garcia, Boise, Idaho, KO 6
Sept.

6 -- Luis Leija, El Paso, Texas, KO 2
July 12 -- Jesus Chavez, Biloxi, Mississippi, TKO 5
June 14 -- Larry O'Shields, San Antonio, Texas, W 6
May 9 -- Tony Duran, Las Vegas, TKO 1
Apr. 12 -- Robert Giepert, Las Vegas, TKO 1
Mar. 12 -- Kino Rodriguez, Grand Rapids, TKO 1
Feb. 1 -- Edgar Ayala, Chula Vista, California, KO 2
Jan. 18 -- Jerry Cooper, Las Vegas, TKO 1

1996

Nov. 30 -- Reggie Sanders, Albuquerque, New Mexico, W 4
Oct. 11 -- Roberto Apodaca, Las Vegas, KO 2

(Note: Floyd's amateur record was: 84 Wins, 6 Losses and you can catch more info on it at - Floyd Mayweather Jr. Amateur Highlights).