Diego Corrales Boxing Dvd Career Set

Diego Corrales Boxing Dvd Career Set


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Name: Diego Corrales
Alias: Chico
Born: 1977-08-25
Birthplace: Sacramento, California, USA
Died: 2007-05-07
Nationality: US American
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Boxing Record: Won: 40 Boxing Fights; Lost Fights: 5; Drawn: 0; KO: 33 Knockouts; KO%: 83
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 10½″   /   179cm
Reach: 70″   /   178cm

History of Diego Corrales Boxing Career

Diego Corrales was born to a Colombian father and a Mexican mother. Corrales' early life was filled with violence and mayhem. He was raised in Sacramento, California, where he was involved with street gangs since the age of 13. He witnessed his best friend's death via drive-by shooting.Corrales compiled an amateur boxing record of 105-12. In 1994, he took second place at the United States Amateur Championships, losing to Frankie Carmona on points in the featherweight final. He was a bronze medalist at featherweight in the 1995 Pan American Games. At lightweight, he lost in the 1995 World Championships in Berlin, Germany to Marco Rudolph. Corrales was victorious in his pro boxing debut on March 19, 1996. On October 23, 1999, Corrales won the IBF super featherweight title by defeating the previously unbeaten Roberto Garcia via TKO in the seventh round. After defeating Angel Manfredy on September 2, 2000, Corrales' managers vacated his title. Corrales had a record of 33-0 at this point. Corrales, a Hall of Fame cinch, had the opportunity to climb high on pound for pound lists when he accepted a challenge to hand Floyd Mayweather Jr. his first loss, on January 20, 2000. But Corrales' head wasn't fully on the task at hand, as he was facing jail time for assaulting his wife, Maria, who was pregnant at the time. He was convicted, and sentenced to two years jail time. Mayweather knocked Corrales to the floor five times, and "Chico" was stopped in the tenth round. Corrales then served 14 months in a state facility.His career arc took a turn for the better after the incarceration. On October 4, 2003, bleeding profusely from the mouth, he was stopped by Casamayor. But five months later, he edged out the Cuban, snagging a split decision win. Corrales followed that outing by handing Brazilian Acelino Freitas his first loss, on August 7, 2004.  In his May 7, 2005 battle with Jose Luis Castillo, Corrales was sent to the canvas twice via left hooks in the tenth round. But he rose to the occasion both times, and after the second knockdown, with his left eye swollen nearly shut, he returned wild fire. He dazed Castillo with a right, and followed up with a savage professionalism.


Diego Corrales Vs Marco Rudolph (Ama)
Diego Corrales Vs Steve Quinonez
Diego Corrales Vs Javier Pichardo
Diego Corrales Vs Manny Castillo
Diego Corrales Vs Juan Angel
Diego Corrales Vs Macias
Diego Corrales Vs Eduardo Contreras
Diego Corrales Vs Benito Rodriguez
Diego Corrales Vs Hector Arroyo
Diego Corrales Vs Gairy St Clair
Diego Corrales Vs Claudio Victor Martinet
Diego Corrales Vs Angel Aldama
Diego Corrales Vs Robert Garcia
Diego Corrales Vs John Brown
Diego Corrales Vs Derrick Gainer
Diego Corrales Vs Justin Juuko
Diego Corrales Vs Angel Manfredy
Diego Corrales Vs Floyd Mayweather
Diego Corrales Vs Roque Cassiani
Diego Corrales Vs Felix St Kitts
Diego Corrales Vs Damien Fuller
Diego Corrales Vs Joel Casamayor I
Diego Corrales Vs Joel Casamayor II
Diego Corrales Vs Acelino Freitas
Diego Corrales Vs Jose Luis Castillo I
Diego Corrales Vs Jose Luis Castillo II
Diego Corrales Vs Joel Casamayor III
Diego Corrales Vs Joshua Clottey


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    What a boxer!!! Awesome guy with a huge hart!!! Most defnitly a must for your collection!RIP diego we miss you
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