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The 122-pound (maximum weight) world champion, as recognized by the [[World Boxing Organization]]. Also known as Junior Featherweight.
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Super Bantamweight champion as recognized by the [[World Boxing Organization]].
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* Known as Super Bantamweight ([[WBA]]/[[WBC]]).
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* Also known as Junior Featherweight ([[IBF]]/WBO) and Light Featherweight.
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* The maximum weight for this division is 122 pounds.
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'''RELATED LINK:''' [[WBO Super Bantamweight Title Fights]]
  
 
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[[Category: World Super Bantamweight Champions]]
 
 
[[Category: World Super Bantamweight Title Lineages|WBO]]
 
[[Category: World Super Bantamweight Title Lineages|WBO]]

Revision as of 20:30, 24 February 2008

Super Bantamweight champion as recognized by the World Boxing Organization.

  • Known as Super Bantamweight (WBA/WBC).
  • Also known as Junior Featherweight (IBF/WBO) and Light Featherweight.
  • The maximum weight for this division is 122 pounds.

RELATED LINK: WBO Super Bantamweight Title Fights

No Champion Reign began Reign ended Title Defences
1 Kenny Mitchell 29 Apr 1989 9 Dec 1989 1
2 Valerio Nati 9 Dec 1989 12 May 1990 0
3 Orlando Fernandez 12 May 1990 24 May 1991 0
4 Jesse Benavides 24 May 1991 15 Oct 1992 1
5 Duke McKenzie 15 Oct 1992 9 Jun 1993 0
6 Daniel Jimenez 9 Jun 1993 31 Mar 1995 4
7 Marco Antonio Barrera 31 Mar 1995 22 Nov 1996 8
8 Junior Jones 22 Nov 1996 19 Dec 1997 1
9 Kennedy McKinney 19 Dec 1997 1998 (Vacated) 0
7 Marco Antonio Barrera 31 Oct 1998 19 Feb 2000 2
10 Erik Morales 19 Feb 2000 Feb 2000 (Vacated) 0
7 Marco Antonio Barrera 17 Jun 2000 7 Apr 2001 (Vacated) 3
11 Agapito Sanchez 23 Jun 2001 2002 (Stripped) 1
12 Joan Guzman 17 Aug 2002 Jul 2005 (Vacated) 2
13 Daniel Ponce de León 29 Oct 2005 Present 6