All fights list 2019, champion titles held, age, height and weight, KO ratio of the boxer Fres «Fast Fres» Oquendo.

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Fres Oquendo

Information updated: 2019.12.05

Wins
37
(24 KOs)

Losses
8
(2 KOs)

Draws
0
 

Real name: Fres Oquendo

Alias: Fast Fres

Born: Apr 1, 1973 (46 age)

Nationality: USAUSA

Division: heavyweight

Weight: 200+ lb (90,72+ kg)

Height: 6′ 2″ (188 cm)

Reach: 80″ (203 cm)

Stance: orthodox

KOs: 64%

Birth place: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Residence: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Wins by KO: 64%
Wins by dec: 35%
Losses by KO: 25%
Losses by dec: 75%

Fres Oquendo next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Fres Oquendo took place on July 6, 2014 against Ruslan Chagaev.
Oquendo lost by majority decision (MD).

Date Opponent Result Notes
TBA Manuel Charr N/A For WBA heavyweight title
2014-07-06 Ruslan Chagaev Loss
MD
For vacant WBA heavyweight title
2014-05-10 Galen Brown Win
TKO
2013-06-08 Derric Rossy Win
UD
Retained WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title; won vacant NABA heavyweight title
2012-08-18 Robert Hawkins Win
RTD
2012-05-25 Joey Abell Win
TKO
Won vacant WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title
2012-03-03 Travis Fulton Win
DQ
2010-12-07 Oliver McCall Loss
SD
For vacant IBF Inter-Continental heavyweight title
2010-05-06 Jean Marc Mormeck Loss
UD
2010-02-20 Demetrice King Win
RTD
King did not come out at the bell for the 10th round; retained NABA heavyweight title; won vacant USBA heavyweight title
2009-07-24 Bruce Seldon Win
KO
Won interim NABA heavyweight title; Seldon down in 8th & 9th rounds
2009-06-26 Mark Brown Win
TKO
Retained WBC Latino heavyweight title
2008-12-13 James Toney Loss
SD
For vacant IBA & WBO NABO heavyweight titles; Oquendo lost point in 8th round for rabbit punch
2008-07-18 Dominique Alexander Win
KO
2007-07-20 Elieser Castillo Win
UD
Retained WBO Latino heavyweight title; won vacant WBC Latino heavyweight title
2007-05-02 Damian Norris Win
TKO
2006-11-10 Evander Holyfield Loss
UD
For vacant USBA heavyweight title; Oquendo down once in round 1
2006-05-25 Javier Mora Win
UD
Won vacant WBO Latino heavyweight title
2006-02-16 Daniel Bispo Win
TKO
2004-04-17 John Ruiz Loss
TKO
For WBA heavyweight title
2003-09-20 Chris Byrd Loss
UD
For IBF heavyweight title
2003-03-01 Maurice Harris Win
KO
Harris was knocked down in 4th & 10th rounds; Harris was ahead on all the scorecards at the time of the stoppage
2002-12-14 George Arias Win
TKO
Won vacant WBA Fedelatin heavyweight title; Arias cut over right eye and referee stops contest
2002-04-13 David Tua Loss
TKO
Lost NABF heavyweight title
2001-12-01 David Izon Win
TKO
2001-09-02 Obed Sullivan Win
TKO
Won NABF heavyweight title
2001-03-23 Clifford Etienne Win
TKO
Etienne knocked down seven times, all by overhand rights: three times in the 1st round, once in the 2nd, once in the 3rd, once in the 7th and once in the 8th round
2000-12-10 Willie Chapman Win
KO
Chapman down in 2nd & 3rd rounds; Chapman was dropped for the count in round 4 from a right uppercut-left hook combination
2000-06-25 Ramon Garbey Win
UD
Both fighters down
2000-02-06 Dale Crowe Win
UD
1999-10-16 Bert Cooper Win
UD
1999-09-12 Phil Jackson Win
UD
1999-07-10 Craig Payne Win
TKO
1999-03-27 Bradley Rone Win
TKO
1999-03-20 Everett Martin Win
UD
1999-01-16 Duncan Dokiwari Win
UD
1998-12-11 Louis Monaco Win
PTS
1998-11-13 Bruce Douglas Win
TKO
1998-09-04 Wesley Martin Win
TKO
1998-06-12 Val Smith Win
TKO
1998-03-27 Richie Brown Win
MD
1998-01-16 Rahman Green Win
KO
Green down twice in the 4th round
1997-12-13 Sam Williams Win
TKO
1997-11-14 Jessie Henry Win
TKO
1997-06-07 Val Smith Win
UD
1997-05-10 Mark Johnson Win
TKO
Professional debut

Fres Oquendo is a American professional boxer.

Fres «Fast Fres» Oquendo

Boxer Fres «Fast Fres» Oquendo

  • Total fights: 45
  • Wins: 37
  • Wins by KO: 24
  • Losses: 8
  • Losses by KO: 2
  • Draws: 0

A 24-year-old Oquendo made his professional debut on May 10, 1997 against Mark Johnson.

Fres won by technical knockout (TKO).

Fres Oquendo did not become world boxing champion.

On April 13, 2002 Oquendo lost for the first time in his career to David Tua by technical knockout (ТКО).