Difference between revisions of "Ricardo Lopez"

From BoxRec
Jump to: navigation, search
m
(WBHOF induction category)
Line 2: Line 2:
 
<boxer>000521</boxer>  
 
<boxer>000521</boxer>  
  
One of a select few fighters to retire undefeated as a world champion. Lopez, who fought on many PPV undercards, retired with a 51-0-1 (38 KOs) record.  
+
One of a select few fighters to retire undefeated as a world champion, '''Ricardo Lopez''', who fought on many Pay-Per-View undercards, retired with a 51-0-1 (38 KOs) record. He was inducted into the [[World Boxing Hall of Fame]]: Class of 2007.
  
 
{{start box}}
 
{{start box}}
Line 35: Line 35:
 
[[Category: two division champions]]
 
[[Category: two division champions]]
 
[[Category:IBHOF Members|Lopez, Ricardo]]
 
[[Category:IBHOF Members|Lopez, Ricardo]]
 +
[[Category:World Boxing Hall of Fame Members|Lopez, Ricardo]]

Revision as of 16:13, 9 June 2007

Ricardo 'Finito' Lopez

Name: Ricardo Lopez
Alias: Finito
Birth Name: Ricardo López Nava
Born: 1966-07-25
Birthplace: Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Hometown: Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 5″   /   165cm
Reach: 65″   /   165cm
Boxing Record: click

One of a select few fighters to retire undefeated as a world champion, Ricardo Lopez, who fought on many Pay-Per-View undercards, retired with a 51-0-1 (38 KOs) record. He was inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame: Class of 2007.


Preceded by:
Hideyuki Ohashi
WBC Minimumweight Champion
25 Oct 1990–1999
Vacates
Succeeded by:
Wandee Singwangcha
Preceded by:
Alex Sanchez
WBO Minimumweight Champion
23 Aug 1997–07 Mar 1998
Vacates
Succeeded by:
Eric Jamili
Preceded by:
Rosendo Alvarez
WBA Minimumweight Champion
13 Nov 1998–1999
Vacates
Succeeded by:
Noel Arambulet
Preceded by:
Will Grigsby
IBF Light Flyweight Champion
2 Oct 1999–28 Nov 2002
Retires
Succeeded by:
Victor Burgos