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Ulyses Puzon

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Ulyses Puzon
Statistics
Real nameUlyses Puzon
Nickname(s)Ulyses
Weight(s)Lightweight
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
NationalityFilipino
Born (1975-06-17) 17 June 1975 (age 44)
Sibagat, Agusan del Sur, Philippines
StanceUnorthodox
Boxing record
Total fights52
Wins18
Wins by KO7
Losses30
Draws4

Ulyses Puzon (born June 17, 1975 in Sibagat, Agusan del Sur, Caraga, Philippines) is a Filipino professional boxer.

He hails in Barangay San Vicente and attended high school at Sibagat National High School of Home Industries. He was being known to be a son of Butuan City, a city next to the town of Sibagat, as he usually called by arena announcer as Butuan City his hometown in most of his boxing fights both local and international.

Professional career[edit | edit source]

Ulyses Puzon started as a professional boxer on September 29, 1992, against Arthur Bacalso. He won the bout via technical knockout.

He won his first international fight in Thailand against a Thai fighter Visan Thummong (37-12-2) via technical knockout. The fight was held at Rayong Gymnasium in Rayong Province, Thailand on December 25, 1994.

In just a month, the fight was followed immediately with another international bout against a South Korean boxer Nam-Chul Shin held at Ulsan, South Korea before he battled his first title, the Philippine Games and Amusements Board (GAB) Featherweight title championship, on January 20, 1996, against a veteran fighter Samuel Duran (48-14-2) where he lost both fights.

On June 25, 1996, he returned to South Korea to fight Jae-Hyun Chun held at Daegu, South Korea where he had another victorious fight, he won via technical knockout.

Other international boxing fights of Ulyses Puzon were held at Euijeongbu, South Korea against Seung Ho Yuh; Bangkok, Thailand against Chamuakpetch Haphalung; Tokyo, Japan against Masaaki Horiguchi; Bangkok, Thailand against Pimnimit Sith-aran; Nairobi, Kenya against Athanas Nzau; Tokyo, Japan against Koji Matsumoto; Nagoya, Japan against Isaac Sentuwa; Takasago, Japan against Akira Ebisuoka; Yurix, Munakata, Japan against Dainoshin Kuma; Osaka, Japan against Yoshinori Takenaka and Bangkok, Thailand against Thongchai Treeviset.[1]

Professional Record[edit | edit source]

18 Wins (7 knockouts), 30 defeats, 4 Draw[2]
No. Res. Record Opponent Type Round
Time
Date Location Notes
52 Loss 10-7-1 Philippines Al Deliguer UD 10 (10) 2003-05-24 Philippines San Luis, Agusan del Sur
51 Loss 7-1-0 Philippines Ramil Caballes TKO 7 (8) 2003-02-04 Philippines Mandaluyong Sports Center, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
50 Loss 10-5-2 Philippines Rud 4K Kevkatche TKO 9 (9) 2002-10-02 Philippines Philippines
49 Loss 2-4-1 Philippines Chris Partulan UD 10 (10) 2002-08-03 Philippines Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex, Mandaue City
48 Loss 10-0-0 Philippines Dindo Castanares KO 2 (10) 2002-05-25 Philippines Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex, Mandaue City
47 Loss 17-2-2 Philippines Dennis Laurente UD 10 (10) 2002-02-24 Philippines Elorde Sports Center, Paranaque City
46 Loss 37-15-0 Thailand Kongthawat Sor Kitti UD 10 (10) 2001-12-05 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
45 Loss 8-0-2 Philippines Ranee Ganoy TKO 2 (10) 2001-09-30 Philippines Catarman, Northern Samar, Philippines
44 Loss 15-3-0 Japan Yoshinori Takenaka TKO 9 (10) 2001-02-17 Japan Osaka, Japan
43 Win 9-10-2 Philippines Jun Balabat UD 10 (10) 2000-12-06 Philippines Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines
42 Loss 14-0-0 Japan Dainoshin Kuma PTS 12 (12) 2012-03-25 Japan Yurix, Munakata, Fukuoka, Japan
41 Loss 6-0-0 Japan Yuji Gomez KO 1 (10) 2000-1-15 Japan Tokyo, Japan
40 Loss 18-6-1 Japan Akira Ebisuoka UD 8 (10) 1999-12-19 Japan Takasago, Hyogo, Japan
39 Win 10-7-4 Philippines Rolando Pritos TKO 6 (12) 1999-10-12 Philippines Philippines
38 Loss 6-1-0 Japan Isaac Sentuwa TKO 4 (10) 1999-07-31 Japan Nagoya, Japan
37 Draw 10-7-4 Philippines Rolando Pritos PTS 10 (10) 1999-06-15 Philippines Magalang, Pampanga, Philippines
36 Loss 24-5-1 Japan Kohji Matsumoto KO 6 (10) 1997-10-07 Japan Tokyo, Japan
35 Loss 8-1-0 Kenya Athanas Nzau KO 5 (10) 1997-08-10 Kenya Nairobi, Kenya
34 Loss 4-0-0 Thailand Pimnimit Sith-aran KO 8 (10) 1997-05-21 Thailand Bangkok, Thailand
33 Win 18-21-6 Philippines Erwin Gonzales KO 5 (10) 1997-05-11 Philippines Metro Manila, Philippines
32 Loss 12-3-0 Philippines Joselito Rivera PTS 10 (10) 1997-04-12 Philippines Metro Manila, Philippines
31 Loss 11-3-0 Japan Masaaki Horiguchi KO 5 (10) 1996-12-02 Japan Tokyo, Japan
30 Loss 22-11-3 Philippines Joe Escriber KO 10 (12) 1996-09-21 Philippines Metro Manila, Philippines
29 Loss 15-3-0 Japan Takeo Imaoka KO 06 (10) 1996-09-09 Japan Tokyo, Japan
28 Loss 42-4-5 Thailand Chamuakpetch Haphalung PTS 10 (10) 1996-07-06 Thailand National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand
27 Win 10-1-0 South Korea Jae-Hyun Chun KO 3 (10) 1996-06-25 South Korea South Korea
26 Loss 7-11-5 Philippines Jun Aguilar TD 4 (10) 1996-06-15 Philippines Metro Manila, Philippines
25 Loss 4-0-0 South Korea Seung-Ho Yuh KO 2 (10) 1996-05-04 South Korea Baeyoung, Euijeongbu, South Korea
24 Win 11-16-1 Philippines Jerry Villacorta PTS 10 (10) 1996-02-17 Philippines Philippines
23 Loss 48-14-2 Philippines Samuel Duran PTS 12 (12) 1996-01-20 Philippines Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Malate, Manila, Philippines
22 Loss 11-0-0 Japan Koji Arisawa KO 3 (10) 1995-11-13 Japan Tokyo, Japan
21 Win 6-15-1 Philippines Elmer Sebunga TKO 5 (12) 1995-09-07 Philippines Philippines
20 Draw Debut South Korea Duk-Kyan Park PTS 10 (10) 1995-08-19 South Korea South Korea
19 Loss 4-1-0 Japan Yamato Mitani KO 7 (10) 1995-04-10 Japan Tokyo, Japan
18 Win 5-3-1 Philippines Jimmy Laping TKO 3 (10) 1995-03-23 Philippines Philippines
17 Win 42-4-5 Philippines Flash Peña PTS 8 (8) 1995-02-23 Philippines Philippines
16 Loss 17-2-3 South Korea Nam-Chul Shin PTS 10 (10) 1995-02-23 South Korea Industrial Gymnasium, Ulsan, South Korea
15 Win 37-12-2 Thailand Noree Jockygym KO 7 (10) 1994-12-25 Thailand Provincial Stadium, Rayong, Thailand
14 Win 5-9-1 Philippines Elmer Sebunga PTS 8 (8) 1994-12-10 Philippines Philippines
13 Win 4-2-3 Philippines Jun Aguilan PTS 8 (8) 1994-11-25 Philippines Philippines
12 Draw 17-10-6 Philippines Aljoe Jaro PTS 10 (10) 1994-09-26 Philippines Philippines
11 Win 8-10-4 Philippines Artemio Quizon PTS 10 (10) 1994-08-05 Philippines Philippines
10 Win 1-6-0 Philippines Jimmy Cordero TD 5 (8) 1994-06-24 Philippines Philippines
9 Loss 21-18-3 Philippines Primo Erasan TKO 4 (10) 1994-05-13 Philippines Philippines
8 Win 10-5-0 Philippines Jimmy Cordero PTS 10 (10) 1994-04-29 Philippines Philippines
7 Win 13-11-1 Philippines Rex Rapiso PTS 8 (8) 1994-04-15 Philippines Philippines
6 Win 8-5-2 Philippines Bing Ladao PTS 8 (8) 1993-08-14 Philippines Philippines
5 Win Debut Philippines Flash Noel TKO 2 (10) 1993-05-19 Philippines Philippines
4 Draw Debut Philippines Awe Musa PTS 8 (8) 1993-02-28 Philippines Philippines
3 Loss Debut Philippines Rading Galica PTS 6 (6) 1992-12-26 Philippines Philippines
2 Loss 2-1-0 Philippines Mike Bandivas TKO 4 (4) 1992-04-25 Philippines Philippines
1 Win Debut Philippines Arthus Bacalso PTS 4 (4) 1992-02-29 Philippines Philippines
TKO - Technical Knockout, KO - Knockout, TD - Technical Decision, RTD - Referee Technical Decision, SD - Split Decision, UD - Unanimous Decision, D - Draw

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Ulyses Puzon Career Record".
  2. "Professional Record of Ulyses Puzon".


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