All fights list 2024, champion titles, age, height, reach and weight, KO ratio of the boxer Brandon «Bam Bam» Rios.

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Brandon Rios

Wins
35
(26 KOs)

Losses
5
(2 KOs)

Draws
1
 

Given name: Brandon Lee González Ríos

Alias: Bam Bam

Age: 37 years

BoxRec ID: 263037

Nationality: USAUSA

Division: super welterweight

Weight: 154 lb (69,85 kg)

Height: 5′ 9″ (175 cm)

Reach: 68″ (173 cm)

Stance: orthodox

KOs: 74%

Birth place: Garden City, Kansas, USA

Residence: Oxnard, California, USA

Wins by KO: 26
Wins by dec: 9
Losses by KO: 2
Losses by dec: 3

Brandon Rios next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Brandon Rios took place on February 23, 2019 against Humberto Soto (68 - 9 - 2).
Rios lost by unanimous decision (UD).

How many fights did Brandon Rios have?

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Date Opponent Result Notes
2019-02-23 Humberto Soto
(68 - 9 - 2)
Loss
UD
2018-11-17 Ramon Alvarez
(27 - 6 - 3)
Win
TKO
2018-02-17 Danny Garcia
(33 - 1 - 0)
Loss
TKO
2017-06-11 Aaron Herrera
(32 - 6 - 1)
Win
KO
2015-11-07 Timothy Bradley Jr
(32 - 1 - 1)
Loss
TKO
WBO World Welterweight
2015-01-24 Mike Alvarado
(34 - 3 - 0)
Win
RTD
WBO International Welterweight (vacant)
2014-08-02 Diego Gabriel Chaves
(23 - 1 - 0)
Win
DQ
2013-11-24 Manny Pacquiao
(54 - 5 - 2)
Loss
UD
WBO International Welterweight (vacant)
2013-03-30 Mike Alvarado
(33 - 1 - 0)
Loss
UD
WBO Interim World Super Lightweight
2012-10-13 Mike Alvarado
(33 - 0 - 0)
Win
TKO
WBO Latino Super Lightweight (vacant)
2012-04-14 Richar Abril
(17 - 2 - 1)
Win
SD
WBA World Lightweight (vacant)
2011-12-03 John Murray
(31 - 1 - 0)
Win
TKO
WBA World Lightweight (vacant)
2011-07-09 Urbano Antillon
(28 - 2 - 0)
Win
KO
WBA World Lightweight
2011-02-26 Miguel Acosta
(28 - 3 - 2)
Win
TKO
WBA World Lightweight
2010-11-13 Omri Lowther
(14 - 2 - 0)
Win
TKO
2010-09-11 Anthony Peterson
(30 - 0 - 0)
Win
DQ
2010-02-06 Jorge Luis Teron
(23 - 1 - 1)
Win
TKO
North American Boxing Federation Lightweight (vacant)
2009-11-06 Lorenzo Estrada
(3 - 15 - 1)
Win
TKO
2009-10-17 Manuel Perez
(14 - 4 - 1)
Win
TKO
2009-09-12 Daniel Armando Valenzuela
(9 - 7 - 0)
Win
KO
2009-05-16 Oscar Meza
(18 - 2 - 0)
Win
TKO
2008-12-19 Carlos Guevara
(12 - 7 - 1)
Win
KO
2008-10-03 Manuel Perez
(12 - 4 - 0)
Draw
MD
2008-07-25 Sandro Marcos
(26 - 18 - 2)
Win
TKO
2008-05-17 Ricardo Dominguez
(24 - 3 - 2)
Win
SD
2008-03-14 Alvin Brown
(26 - 10 - 0)
Win
TKO
2007-05-25 Carlos Madrid
(8 - 2 - 2)
Win
SD
2006-12-22 Humberto Tapia
(10 - 3 - 1)
Win
UD
2006-10-13 Elias Lopez
(4 - 0 - 0)
Win
UD
2006-09-08 Wayne Fletcher
(5 - 18 - 1)
Win
KO
2006-05-05 Juan Alfonso Figueroa
(5 - 3 - 1)
Win
TKO
2006-03-03 Freddy Castro
(5 - 13 - 5)
Win
TKO
2006-01-20 Joel Ortega
(4 - 6 - 0)
Win
KO
2005-11-25 Mike Pare
(6 - 2 - 0)
Win
UD
2005-09-30 Angel Eduardo Mata
(12 - 13 - 0)
Win
UD
2005-07-15 Jamie Alvarado
(3 - 2 - 2)
Win
TKO
2005-06-18 Ramon Flores
(debut)
Win
TKO
2005-06-03 Gerardo Robles
(1 - 3 - 0)
Win
TKO
2005-01-28 Ricky Ponce
(2 - 1 - 0)
Win
KO
2004-08-27 Abraham Verdugo
(3 - 1 - 0)
Win
TKO
2004-07-23 Raul Montes
(1 - 3 - 0)
Win
TKO

Who all beat Brandon Rios?

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Date Opponent Result Notes
2019-02-23 Humberto Soto
(68 - 9 - 2)
Loss
UD
2018-02-17 Danny Garcia
(33 - 1 - 0)
Loss
TKO
2015-11-07 Timothy Bradley Jr
(32 - 1 - 1)
Loss
TKO
WBO World Welterweight
2013-11-24 Manny Pacquiao
(54 - 5 - 2)
Loss
UD
WBO International Welterweight (vacant)
2013-03-30 Mike Alvarado
(33 - 1 - 0)
Loss
UD
WBO Interim World Super Lightweight
Boxer Brandon Rios

Boxer Brandon Rios

Brandon Rios is an American boxer, who competes in the super welterweight division.
As a professional athlete, Rios has been performing for 19 years.

Brandon was born in Garden City, Kansas, USA, on April 29, 1986.
He currently resides in Oxnard, California, USA.

Brandon «Bam Bam» Rios's Highlights

Pro debut

A 18-year-old Rios made his professional debut on July 23, 2004 against Raul Montes (1 - 3 - 0).
Brandon won by technical knockout (TKO).

First world title

On February 26, 2011 Brandon Rios became the WBA lightweight champion.
The American defeated world champion Miguel Acosta (28 - 3 - 2).

Current world super welterweight champions

Division
WBC

IBO

WBO

IBF

WBA

The Ring
super welterweight
weight limit:
154 lbs / 69,85 kg

vacant
James Metcalf
James Metcalf
Tim Tszyu
Tim Tszyu

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Jermell Charlo
Jermell Charlo
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