Luis Abregú

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Luis Carlos Abregu
Statistics
Real nameLuis Carlos Abregu
Nickname(s)El Potro
Weight(s)Welterweight
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
NationalityArgentina Argentine
Born (1982-12-15) 15 December 1982 (age 36)
Chicligasta, Tucuman, Argentina
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights39
Wins36
Wins by KO29
Losses3
Draws0
No contests0

Luis Carlos Abregu (born 15 December 1982) is an Argentine professional boxer who currently competes in the welterweight division.

Professional career[edit]

Abregu made his professional debut on March 4, 2005 against fellow Argentine Alberto Evaristo Torres. Abregu won the fight by technical knockout in the third round, giving him his first professional win. Abregu built up a record of 19-0, all fought in his native Argentina, before fighting overseas for the first time as he travelled to the United States to beat Christian Solano.[1]

His first loss came at the hands of Timothy Bradley. Bradley, who moved up from light welterweight, won the match on a unanimous decision on July 17, 2010 at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California.[2]

Professional boxing record[edit]

36 Wins (29 knockouts), 3 Losses (2 knockout)[3]
Res. Record Opponent Type Round
Time
Date Location Notes
Loss 36–3 Argentina Juan Carlos Pedrozo TKO 3 (8) 2016-09-23 Argentina Complejo Deportivo Nicolás Vitale, Salta, Salta, Argentina
Loss 36–2 United States Sadam Ali TKO 9 (10) 2014–11–08 United States Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey For WBO Inter-Continental Welterweight Title
Win 36–1 Venezuela Jean Carlos Prada TKO 8 (10) 2014–04–04 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 35–1 Canada Antonin Décarie UD 10 (10) 2013–04–27 Argentina Estadio José Amalfitani,
Buenos Aires
Won vacant WBC
Silver Welterweight title.
Win 34–1 Puerto Rico Thomas Dulorme RTD 7 (10)
2:35
2012–10–27 United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino,
Verona, New York
Won vacant WBC
International Welterweight title.
Win 33–1 Venezuela Marco Avendano KO 3 (12) 2012–09–07 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta Retained South American
Welterweight title.
Win 32–1 Venezuela Pedro Verdu KO 5 (12) 2012–06–08 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta Won vacant South American
Welterweight title.
Win 31–1 Argentina Javier Mamani KO 2 (10) 2011–11–04 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 30–1 Argentina Walter Diaz TKO 2 (8) 2011–08–12 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Loss 29–1 United States Timothy Bradley UD 12 2010–07–17 United States Agua Caliente Casino,
Rancho Mirage, California
Win 29–0 Colombia Richard Gutierrez UD 10 2010–02–06 Mexico Monterrey Arena, Monterrey, Nuevo León Won vacant WBC FECARBOX
Welterweight title.
Win 28–0 Argentina Diego Diaz Gallardo KO 4 (10) 2009–09–04 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 27–0 Puerto Rico Irving Garcia KO 4 (10)
2:59
2009–05–01 United States Chumash Casino, Santa Ynez, California
Win 26–0 Argentina Americo Sagania UD 10 2009–03–20 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 25–0 United States David Estrada SD 10 2008–12–05 United States Chumash Casino, Santa Ynez, California
Win 24–0 Mexico Roberto Valenzuela TKO 6
0:51
2008–10–04 United States Pechanga Resort and Casino,
Temecula, California
Win 23–0 United States Thomas Davis TKO 2 (10)
0:58
2008–07–30 United States Sycuan Resort & Casino,
El Cajon, California
Win 22–0 Argentina Roberto Reuque KO 3 (12)
0:35
2008–07–04 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta Retained South American
Welterweight title.
Win 21–0 Argentina Raúl Bejarano TKO 7 (12) 2008–04–04 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta Won South American
Welterweight title.
Win 20–0 Mexico Cristian Solano TKO 3 (8)
1:18
2007–10–20 United States Sycuan Resort & Casino,
El Cajon, California
Win 19–0 Argentina Julio Gonzalez RTD 3 (6) 2007–08–10 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 18–0 Argentina Amilcar Funez Melian KO 9 (10)
1:23
2007–06–08 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 17–0 Argentina Luis Sosa RTD 2 (6)
0:01
2006–03–10 Argentina Club Echagüe, Paraná, Entre Ríos
Win 16–0 Argentina Sergio Finetto TKO 5 (8)
1:56
2006–10–28 Argentina Club Sportivo America,
Santa Fe, Santa Fe
Win 15–0 Uruguay Rodrigo Pias RTD 6 (10)
0:01
2006–09–09 Argentina Club Yupanqui, Buenos Aires
Win 14–0 Argentina Cristian Paz RTD 1 (6)
2:11
2006–08–12 Argentina Ce. De. M. No. 2, Caseros, Buenos Aires
Win 13–0 Paraguay Jorge Gomez TKO 4 (8) 2006–06–22 Argentina Salta, Salta
Win 12–0 Argentina Raul Lopez KO 2 (6) 2006–05–05 Argentina Cachi, Salta
Win 11–0 Argentina Sergio Benitez TKO 4 (6)
2:23
2006–04–22 Argentina Luna Park, Buenos Aires
Win 10–0 Argentina Dario Perez KO 3 (4)
1:32
2006–02–25 Argentina Estadio F. A. B., Buenos Aires
Win 9–0 Argentina Daniel Montenegro TKO 2 (6)
1:14
2005–12–10 Argentina Estadio F. A. B., Buenos Aires
Win 8–0 Argentina Ivan Taberna TKO 2 (6)
1:19
2005–11–26 Argentina Estadio F. A. B., Buenos Aires
Win 7–0 Argentina Walter Gomez UD 6 2005–09–10 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 6–0 Argentina Nestor Sanchez DQ 1 (6) 2005–08–05 Argentina Joaquín V. González, Salta
Win 5–0 Argentina Jorge Ramirez KO 1 (4) 2005–07–02 Argentina Club Prado Español, Laboulaye, Córdoba
Win 4–0 Argentina Bernardino Gonzalez TKO 8
1:00
2005–06–10 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 3–0 Argentina Fernando Pereyra MD 4 2005–04–16 Argentina Estadio Delmi, Salta, Salta
Win 2–0 Argentina Sergio De Oliveira KO 1 (4)
0:25
2005–04–01 Argentina Ex Salta Club, Salta, Salta
Win 1–0 Argentina Alberto Torres TKO 3 (4) 2005–03–04 Argentina Salta, Salta Professional debut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "boxer: Luis Carlos Abregu". Boxrec. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
  2. ^ "Fight set for Bradley, Abregu". ESPN. Retrieved 22 May 2010.
  3. ^ "Luis Abregu Professional boxing record". BoxRec.com.

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