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Diego Corrales

Biography

Past due fighter nicknamed Chico held 4 championship belts over the Light-weight and Super Featherweight classes. He tragically observed his greatest friend’s loss of life as a teenager. He previously a 40-3-2 record during his untimely loss of life in 2007. He was wedded to Maria Corrales during his loss of life. He experienced his first profession loss as a result of Floyd Mayweather on January 20, 2001.

Quick Facts


Full Name Diego Corrales
Date Of Birth August 25, 1977
Died May 7, 2007, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Place Of Birth South Carolina
Height 1.79 m
Weight 68 kg
Profession Boxer
Nationality American
Star Sign Virgo

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1 Rated by many as one of the greatest bouts of all time was his May 7, 2005 10th round knockout victory over Jose Luis Castillo for The World Lightweight Championship. Though Corrales twice came off the canvas to knock Castillo out, in the same round, that result is tempered by the fact that after each knockdown, Corrales, while on his feet, intentionally spit his mouth piece out. On both occasions the referee had to halt the action, however brief, to put Corrales' mouthpiece back in and order points deducted from Corrales' scorecard, giving Corrales additional time to recover before scoring his improbable knockout.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Big Stan 2007 Julio (as Chico Corrales)

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood Renegade Documentary post-production Himself
Comedy Is Pain 2009 Video documentary short Himself (as Chico Corrales)
ESPN Friday Night Fights 1998-2006 TV Series Himself / Himself - Studio Guest / Himself - Ringside Guest
HBO Boxing 2001 TV Series documentary Himself

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