Sugar Ray Leonard Fight-by-Fight Career Record

Sugar Ray Leonard Fight-by-Fight Career Record

Sugar Ray Leonard Fight-by-Fight Career Record
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Sugar Ray Leonard will be fondly remembered by boxing fans throughout the ages into the future for his immense heart, courage, exciting fight style and all round personality within the sweet science.

It isn't often a sport is lucky enough to have someone like Leonard grace it, but boxing can say with a proud smile that it did.

He was quite simply part of a golden era of boxing that fans of the time were very lucky to see.

A period where the best consistently fought the best and an era where legendary rivalries between the likes of Leonard, Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran and Thomas Hearns were formed.

Here's a look back at the great man's fight-by-fight career record as a professional boxer:

36 Wins, 3 Loss, 1 Draw, 25 Knockouts
Born: May 17, 1956, Wilmington, SC

1977

5 Feb -- Luis Vega, Las Vegas, NV -- W 6
14 May -- Willie Rodriguez, Baltimore, MD -- W 6
10 Jun -- Vinnie DeBarros, Hartford, CT -- KO 3
24 Sep -- Frank Santore, Baltimore, MD -- KO 5
5 Nov -- Augustin Estrada, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 5
17 Dec -- Hector Diaz, Washington, DC -- KO 2

1978

4 Feb -- Rocky Ramon, Baltimore, MD -- W 8
1 Mar -- Art McKnight, Dayton, OH -- KO 7
19 Mar -- Javier Muniz, New Haven, CT -- KO 1
13 Apr -- Bobby Haymon, Landover, MD -- KO 3
13 May -- Randy Milton, Utica, NY -- KO 8
3 Jun -- Rafael Rodriguez, Baltimore, MD -- W 10
18 Jul -- Dick Eckland, Boston, MA -- W 10
9 Sep -- Floyd Mayweather, Providence, RI -- KO 10
6 Oct -- Randy Shields, Baltimore, MD -- W 10
3 Nov -- Bernardo Prada, Portland, ME -- W 10
9 Dec -- Armando Muniz, Springfield, IL -- KO 6

1979

11 Jan -- Johnny Gant, Landover, MD -- KO 8
11 Feb -- Fernand Marcotte, Miami Beach, FL -- KO 8
24 Mar -- Daniel Gonzales, Tucson, AZ -- KO 1
21 Apr -- Adolfo Viruet, Las Vegas, NV -- W 10
20 May -- Marcos Geraldo, New Orleans, LA -- W 10
24 Jun -- Tony Chiaverini, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 4
12 Aug -- Pete Ranzany, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 4
28 Sep -- Andy Price, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 1
30 Nov -- Wilfredo Benitez, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 15
(Won WBC Welterweight Title)

1980

31 Mar -- Dave Green, Landover, MD -- KO 4
(Retained WBC Welterweight Title)
20 Jun -- Roberto Duran, Montreal, Canada -- L 15
(Lost WBC Welterweight Title)
25 Nov -- Roberto Duran, New Orleans, LA -- KO 8
(Won WBC Welterweight Title)

1981

28 Mar -- Larry Bonds, Syracuse, NY -- KO 10
(Retained WBC Welterweight Title)
25 Jun -- Ayub Kalule, Houston, TX -- KO 9
(Won WBA Jr. Middleweight Title; vacated July 1981)
16 Sep -- Thomas Hearns, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 14
(Won WBA, Retained WBC Welterweight Titles)

1982

15 Feb -- Bruce Finch, Reno, NV -- KO 3
(Retained Welterweight Title)
9 Nov -- Announced Retirement

1984

11 May -- Kevin Howard, MA -- KO 9

1987

6 Apr -- Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Las Vegas, NV -- W 12
(Won WBC Middleweight Title)

1988

7 Nov -- Don Lalonde, Las Vegas, NV -- KO 9
(Won WBC Light Heavyweight and Super Middleweight Titles)

1989

--- Vacates WBC Light Heavyweight Title
12 Jun -- Thomas Hearns, Las Vegas, NV -- D 12
(Retained WBC Super Middleweight Title)
7 Dec -- Roberto Duran, Las Vegas, NV -- W 12
(Retained WBC Super Middleweight Title)

1990

--- Vacates WBC Super Middleweight title

1991

9 Feb -- Terry Norris, New York, NY -- L 12
(For WBC Jr. Middleweight Title)

1997

Jan -- Elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame
1 Mar -- Hector "Macho" Camacho, Atlantic City -- KO by 5