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[[Image:Corrales.jpg||left|Diego "Chico" Corrales]]
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'''Manager''': [[Cameron Dunkin]], [[Barrett Silver]] and [[James Prince]]<br>
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'''Managers:''' [[Cameron Dunkin]], [[Barrett Silver]] and [[James Prince]]<br>
'''Trainer''': [[Joe Goossen]]
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'''Trainers:''' [[Joe Goossen]], [[Dickie Wood]]
 
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== Amateur Career ==
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==Amateur Career==
 
Corrales compiled an amateur record of 105-12. Some of his highlights were:
 
Corrales compiled an amateur record of 105-12. Some of his highlights were:
*1994 2nd place at Featherweight in the United States Amateur Championships, losing to [[Frankie Carmona]] on points in the final.
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*1994 2nd place at featherweight in the United States Amateur Championships, losing to [[Frankie Carmona]] on points in the final
*1995 Bronze Medalist at Featherweight in the Pan-American Games
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*1995 Bronze Medalist at featherweight in the Pan-American Games
*1995 Lost in the World Championships in Berlin, Germany to [[Marco Rudolph]] in the Lightweight competition.
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*1995 Lost in the World Championships in Berlin, Germany to [[Marco Rudolph]] in the lightweight competition
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==Death==
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Two years to the day from his victory over Castillo in Las Vegas, Corrales died on May 7, 2007 of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Las Vegas, Nevada. Subsequent autopsy toxicology reports indicated that Corrales was legally drunk with a blood alcohol level of 0.25%
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before=[[Roberto Garcia]]|
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title=[[IBF Super Featherweight Champion]]|
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after=[[Steve Forbes]]|
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years=1999 Oct 23 &ndash; 2000 Oct<br>'''Vacated'''
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before=[[Acelino Freitas]]<br>Vacated|
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title=[[WBO Super Featherweight Champion]]|
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after=[[Mike Anchondo]]|
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years=2004 Mar 6 &ndash; 2004<br>'''Vacated'''
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before=[[Acelino Freitas]]|
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title=[[WBO Lightweight Champion]]|
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years=2004 Aug 7 &ndash; 2005<br>'''Stripped'''
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title=[[WBC Lightweight Champion]]|
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after=[[Joel Casamayor]]|
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years=2005 May 7 &ndash; 2006 Oct 6<br>'''Stripped<br>(failed to make weight)'''
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Revision as of 19:10, 5 May 2013

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Name: Diego Corrales
Alias: Chico
Born: 1977-08-25
Birthplace: Sacramento, California, USA
Died: 2007-05-07 (Age:29)
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 10½″   /   179cm
Reach: 70″   /   178cm
Boxing Record: click

Managers: Cameron Dunkin, Barrett Silver and James Prince
Trainers: Joe Goossen, Dickie Wood

Amateur Career

Corrales compiled an amateur record of 105-12. Some of his highlights were:

  • 1994 2nd place at featherweight in the United States Amateur Championships, losing to Frankie Carmona on points in the final
  • 1995 Bronze Medalist at featherweight in the Pan-American Games
  • 1995 Lost in the World Championships in Berlin, Germany to Marco Rudolph in the lightweight competition

Death

Two years to the day from his victory over Castillo in Las Vegas, Corrales died on May 7, 2007 of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Las Vegas, Nevada. Subsequent autopsy toxicology reports indicated that Corrales was legally drunk with a blood alcohol level of 0.25%


Preceded by:
Roberto Garcia
IBF Super Featherweight Champion
1999 Oct 23 – 2000 Oct
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Steve Forbes
Preceded by:
Acelino Freitas
Vacated
WBO Super Featherweight Champion
2004 Mar 6 – 2004
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Mike Anchondo
Preceded by:
Acelino Freitas
WBO Lightweight Champion
2004 Aug 7 – 2005
Stripped
Succeeded by:
Acelino Freitas
Preceded by:
Jose Luis Castillo
WBC Lightweight Champion
2005 May 7 – 2006 Oct 6
Stripped
(failed to make weight)
Succeeded by:
Joel Casamayor