Category talk:Panamanian World Champions

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WBO

We have not been counting WBO Champions, that's why you don't see Alcazar, Samaniego, etc.--Matt Tegen 18:22, 18 Jul 2005 (CDT)

Samaniego was WBA's champ

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Panama's Record

(5)- Light Flyweight Titles

(4)- Flyweight Titles

(1)- Super Flyweight Titles

(6)- Bantamweight Titles

(2)- Super Bantamweight Titles

(3)- Featherweight Titles

(2)- Jr. Lightweight Titles

(6)- Lightweight Titles

(1)- Jr. Welter Titles

(1)- Welter Titles

(1)- Super Welter Titles

(1)- Jr. Middleweight

(1)- Middleweight Titles

(1)- Super Middleweight Titles

TOTAL of 35 World Titles


1. Alfonso Teofilo Brown[1] "Panama Al Brown" Hall of Fame (Bantamweight) 18/6/1929 NBA


2. Ismael Laguna [2] "El Tigre Colonense / The Colon Tiger" Hall of Fame (Lightweight) 10/4/1965 WBC,WBA - 3/3/1970 WBC, WBA


3. Alfonso Frazer [3] "Peppermint" (Jr. welter) 10/3/1972 WBA


4. Roberto Durán [4] " Manos de Piedra / Hands of Stone" Hall of Fame (Lightweight) 26/6/1972 WBA,- 21/1/1978 WBC (Welter) 20/6/1980 WBC, (Jr. Middleweight) 16/6/1983 WBA, (Middleweight) 24/2/1989 WBC


5. Enrique Pinder [5] "Maravilla / Marvel" (Bantamweight) 30/7/1972 WBC, WBA


6. Ernesto Marcel [6] "Ñato / Flat Nose" (Featherweight) 19/8/1972 WBA


7. Jaime Ríos [7] "Cieguito / Little Blind" (Jr. Flyweight) 23/8/1975 WBA


8. Alfonso López [8] "Piedrita / Little stone" (Flyweight) 27/2/1976 WBA


9. Rigoberto Riasco [9] "El Pequeño Veneno / Little Poisson" (Super Bantamweight) 3/4/1976 WBC


10. Rafael Ortega [10] " El Brujo /The Sourcer" (Featherweight) 15/6/1977 WBA


11. Jorge Luján [11] "El Mocho" (Bantamweight) 19/11/1977 WBA


12. Eusebio Pedroza [12] "El Alacrán / The Scorpion" Hall of Fame (Featherweight) 15/4/1978 WBA


13. Luis Ibarra [13] "El Naja" (Flyweight) 17/11/1979 WBA - 6/6/1981 WBA


14. Hilario Zapata [14] "Bujía / Piston" (Jr.Flyweight) 24/3/1980 WBC - 20/7/1982 WBC (Flyweight)5/10/1985 WBA


15. Rafael Pedroza [15] "Rafaelito" (Bantamweight) 5/12/1981 WBA


16. Alfredo Layne [16]"Preciso / Precise" (Jr. Lightweight) 24/5/1986 WBA


17. Víctor Córdoba [17] "Toby" (Super Middleweight) 5/4/1991 WBA


18. Carlos Murillo [18] "El Púas / Spike" (Jr. Flyweight)13/1/1996 WBA


19. Mauricio Martínez [19] "El Ñañara / Cry Baby" (Bantamweight) 4/9/2000 WBO


20. Pedro Alcázar [20] "El Rockero / The Rocker" (Super Flyweight) 16/6/2001 WBO


21. Santiago Samaniego [21] "El Herrero / The Blacksmith" (Super Welter) 10/8/2002 WBA


22. Roberto Vasquez [22] "La Araña / The Spider" (Light Flyweight) 29/4/05 WBA


23. Vicente Mosquera [23] "El Loco / The Crazy" (Super Featherweight) 30/4/05 WBA


24. Celestino Caballero [24] "Pelenchín" (Super Bantamweight) 4/10/2006 WBA

Panama Al Brown's Titles

He was awarded the NYSAC, not NBA, title June 18, 1929. He got the NBA title that October by a telephone vote of the NBA members, not from any particular bout. --Ric 11:50, 12 March 2007 (CDT)