Floyd Mayweather Jr. Fight-by-Fight Career Record

The boxer never lost a fight as a pro.

Floyd Mayweather Jr Fight-by-Fight Career Record
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Many consider Floyd Mayweather Jr., who boxed professionally from 1996 to 2015, to be one of the sport's best defensive fighters. His record is stellar: He never lost a fight, posting 49 wins, including 26 KOs, and no losses. Here's a look at the Mayweather's fight-by-fight career record as a professional.

The 1990s - Becomes Champ

After fighting as an amateur for a number of years, Mayweather turned pro in 1996 and took only two years to win his first title.

1996

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

1997

  • Jan. 18 - Jerry Cooper, Las Vegas, TKO 1
  • Feb. 1 - Edgar Ayala, Chula Vista, California, KO 2
  • Mar. 12 - Kino Rodriguez, Grand Rapids, Michigan, TKO 1
  • Apr. 12 - Robert Giepert, Las Vegas, TKO 1
  • May 9 - Tony Duran, Las Vegas, TKO 1
  • June 14 - Larry O'Shields, San Antonio, Texas, W 6
  • July 12 - Jesus Chavez, Biloxi, Mississippi, TKO 5
  • Sept. 6 - Luis Leija, El Paso, Texas, KO 2
  • Oct. 14 - Felipe Garcia, Boise, Idaho, KO 6
  • Nov. 20 - Angelo Nunez, Los Angeles, TKO 3

1998

Mayweather captured the World Boxing Council super featherweight title in October and defended the belt against challenger Angel Manfredy in December.

  • Jan. 9 - Hector Arroyo, Biloxi, Mississippi, TKO 5
  • Feb. 28 - Sam Girad, Atlantic City, New Jersey, KO 2
  • March. 23 - Miguel Melo, Ledyard, Connecticut, TKO 3
  • April. 18 - Gustavo Cuello, Los Angeles, W 10
  • June 14 - Tony Pep, Atlantic City, W 10
  • Oct. 3 - Genaro Hernandez, Las Vegas, TKO 8
  • Dec. 19 - Angel Manfredy, Miami, TKO 2

1999

Mayweather fought off three different challengers this year to retain the super featherweight title.

  • Sept. 11 - Carlos Gerena, Las Vegas, TKO 7
  • May 22 - Justin Juuko, Las Vegas, KO 9
  • Feb. 17 - Carlos Rios, Grand Rapids, W 12

The 2000s - Decade of Title Defenses

Mayweather put up many spirited defenses of his various titles during this decade, often knocking out challengers to his belts.

2000

Mayweather retained the WBC super featherweight title in a March bout with Goyo Vargas.

  • March 18 - Goyo Vargas, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Oct. 21 - Emanuel Burton, Detroit, Michigan, TKO 9

2001

Mayweather defended the title three times this year.

  • Jan. 20 - Diego Corrales, Las Vegas, TKO 10
  • May 26 - Carlos Herandez, Grand Rapids, W 12
  • Nov. 10 - Jesus Chavez, San Francisco, TKO 10

2002

Mayweather won the WBC  lightweight title in April and defended the belt in December.

  • Apr. 20 - Jose Luis Castillo, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Dec. 7 - Jose Luis Castillo, Las Vegas, W 12

2003

Mayweather successfully defended the belt twice this year.

  • Apr. 19 - Victoriano Sosa, Fresno, California, W 12
  • Nov. 1 - Phillip N'Dou, Grand Rapids, TKO 7

2004

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

2005

Mayweather won the WBC light welterweight title in a June bout.

  • Jan. 22 - Henry Bruseles, Miami, TKO 8
  • June 25 - Arturo Gatti, Atlantic City, TKO 6
  • Nov. 19 - Sharmba Mitchell, Portland, Oregon, TKO 6

2006

Mayweather won both the World Boxing Council and International Boxing Council welterweight titles this year.

  • Apr. 8 - Zab Judah, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Nov. 4 - Carlos Baldomir, Las Vegas, W 12
     

2007

Mayweather won the WBC junior middleweight title in a May bout against Oscar "The Golden Boy" De La Hoya and retained his WBC welterweight belt in a December match with Ricky Hatton.

  • May 5 - Oscar De La Hoya, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Dec. 8 - Ricky Hatton, Las Vegas, TKO 10

2009

Mayweather did not fight in 2008 but he did win a bout in September 2009.

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

The 2010s - Wins More Titles

Mayweather's pace of professional fights slowed considerably in this decade, with the boxer fighting only once or twice a year, but he did pick up more belts.

2010

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

2011

Mayweather won the WBC welterweight title by knocking out Victor Ortiz in a September Las Vegas bout -- in the fourth round no less.

  • Sept. 17 - Victor Ortiz, Las Vegas, KO 4

2012

Mayweather won theWorld Boxing Association light middleweight title in a May bout.

  • May 5 - Miguel Cotto, Las Vegas, W 12

2013

  • May 4 - Robert Guerrero, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Sept 14 - Canelo Alvarez, Las Vegas, W 12

2014

  • May 3 - Marcos Maidana, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Sept 13 - Marcos Maidana, Las Vegas, W 12

2015

Mayweather fought a much-anticipated bout in May with Manny Pacquiao, which had taken years to set up but left many fans underwhelmed. In July, the World Boxing Organization stripped Mayweather of his welterweight title, after he refused to defend the belt against a challenger. He did defend his WBC and WBA titles in a September bout against Andre Berta. Mayweather announced his retirement after the fight -- but fans remain hopeful of a comeback.

  • May 2 - Manny Pacquiao, Las Vegas, W 12
  • Sept 12 - Andre Berto, Las Vegas, W 12