Louis F. Moret is a boxing judge and referee from the state of California. Although he primarily works in his home state, he has also refereed bouts in Mexico, France, Hungary, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Africa, China, South Korea, Thailand, and Belgium.
Outside of boxing, Moret, who has a doctorate in public administration from the University of La Verne, is also a graduate of Whittier College and the University of Southern California. Has worked for much of his career in administration, specializing in private-sector management practices to government entities. Moret has also worked as an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University and was a member of the Democratic National Committee from 1981-93, of which was the chair of the Hispanic caucus from 1982-84.  
- Abner Mares vs. Joseph Agbeko (2nd meeting) for the WBC Silver and IBF Bantamweight Titles.
- Saul Alvarez vs. Matthew Hatton for the WBC Light Middleweight Title. - Alvarez claimed his first world title.
- Paul Williams vs. Kermit Cintron - Cintron fell out of the ring and to the ground in the fourth round and was unable to continue.
- Junior Witter vs. Devon Alexander for the WBC Light Welterweight Title. - Alexander claimed his first world title.
- Vic Darchinyan vs. Jorge Arce for the WBA, WBA, and IBF Super Flyweight Titles.
- James Toney vs. Fres Oquendo for the NABO and IBA Heavyweight Titles. - Toney won via debatable split decision. Moret deducted a point from Oquendo in the eighth round after a quenstionable rabbit punch was ruled.
- Cristian Mijares vs. Vic Darchinyan for the WBC, WBA, IBF Super Flyweight Titles. - Darchinyan claimed his third and fourth world titles.
- Ricardo Cortes vs. Fernando Zuniga - Moret disqualified Zuniga in the third round after a series of low blows.
- Antonio Margarito vs. Paul Williams for the WBO Welterweight Title. - Williams claimed his first world title in a close unanimous decision.
- Diego Corrales vs. Jose Luis Castillo (1st meeting) for the WBC, WBO, The Ring Magazine Lightweight Titles. - Moret was a judge in the bout which was named both the 2005 BWAA and The Ring Magazine Fight of the Year.
- Manny Pacquiao vs. Hector Velazquez for the WBC International Super Featherweight Title.
- Robbie Peden vs. Nate Campbell (1st meeting) for the USBA Super Featherweight Title. - Campbell was knocked out after dropping his guard and sticking his chin out.
- Lennox Lewis vs. Vitali Klitschko for the WBC and IBO Heavyweight Titles. - Lewis defended his titles when a bad cut to Klitschko's left eye forced a stoppage after the sixth round. It was the final fight of Lewis's professional career.
- Chris Byrd vs. Wladimir Klitschko (1st meeting) for the WBO Heavyweight Title. - Klitschko claimed his first world title.
- Oscar De La Hoya vs. Shane Mosley (1st meeting) - for the WBC and IBA Welterweight Titles. - Named The Ring Magazine Event of the Year for 2000.
- Ronald Wright vs. Adrian Dodson for the WBO Light Middleweight Title - Bout was stopped after the sixth round due to cuts.
- Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Angelo Nunez
- Naseem Hamed vs. Juan Gerardo Cabrera for the IBF and WBO Featherweight Titles.
- Thomas Hearns vs. Ed Dalton
- Jimmi Bredahl vs. Oscar De La Hoya for the WBO Super Featherweight Title. - De Le Hoya claimed his first world title.
- Oscar De La Hoya vs. Angelo Nunez - A cut over Nunez's left eye led to the fight being stopped.
- Genaro Hernandez vs. Raul Perez (2nd meeting) for the WBA World Super Featherweight Title - Hernandez claimed the rematch via eighth-round knockout.
- Genaro Hernandez vs. Raul Perez (1st meeting) for the WBA World Super Featherweight Title - A bad head clash just 28 seconds into the opening round opened a bad cut to Perez and forced a stoppage and a technical draw.
- Meldrick Taylor vs. Luis Gabriel Garcia for the WBA World Welterweight Title.
- Khaosai Galaxy vs. Ari Blanca for the WBA World Super Flyweight Title.