Won the cruiserweight globe title an archive four moments and compiled a profession record of 52-8-1 with notable wins over Leon Spinks and Bernard Benton. He was created in Trujillo Alto and produced his professional debut in March 1974. He dropped his WBC name in a surprising annoyed to S. T. Gordon, who knocked him out in the next round. He started concentrating on furthering the boxing profession of his boy, Carlos de León Jr., after his very own pension. He and Glucose Ray Robinson are two from the just fighters ever sold to have earned one division’s globe tournament at least 3 x.