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1998-99 Boxing Junior Welterweights (140 lbs)

(Super Lightweights)

Date Winner Loser Result Title Site
Oct. 23 Paul Spadafora Sam Girard Wu 10 Chester, W.V.
Nov. 28 Kostya Tszyu Diobelys Hurtado TKO 5 WBC* Indio, Calif.
Jan. 16 Zab Judah Wilfredo Negron KO 4 IBF† Las Vegas
Jan. 22 Paul Spadafora Rock Martinez Wu 10 Chicago
Feb. 6 Sharmba Mitchell Pedro Saiz Wu 12 WBA Washington, D.C.
Feb. 12 Antonio Diaz Muro Lucero TKO 4 Las Vegas
Feb. 20 Terronn Millett Vince Phillips TKO 5 IBF New York City
Apr. 16 Zab Judah Juan Torres KO 1 IBF† Tulisa, Miss.
Apr. 24 Sharmba Mitchell Reggie Green Wm 12 WBA Washington, D.C.
May 4 Antonio Diaz Marlon Thomas Wu 12 Henderson, Nev.
May 15 Randall Bailey Carlos Gonzalez KO 1 WBO Miami
May 15 Cosme Rivera Hector Quiroz Wu 12 Las Vegas
June 11 Cory Spinks Rodolfo Gomez Wu 8 Ft. Worth, Tex.
June 19 Diobelys Hurtado Lonnie Smith Wu 10 Miami
July 9 Zab Judah David Sample KO 1 IBF† Hyannis, Mass.
July 10 Hector Camacho Jr. Miguel Angel Ruiz KO 9 Elgin, Ill.
July 16 Hector Camacho Jr. Mike Cooley KO 2 Atlantic City
July 16 Mickey Ward Jermal Corbin KO 5 Hampton Beach, N.J.
July 24 Terronn Millett Virgil McClendon TKO 12 IBF Las Vegas
Aug. 8 Rafael Ruelas Hicket Lau Ws 10 Las Vegas
Aug. 21 Kostya Tszyu Miguel Angel Gonzalez TKO 10 WBC Miami
Aug. 30 Hector Camacho Jr. Simon Gonzalez KO 1 Las Vegas
Sept. 3 Teddy Reid Jose Aponte TKO 1 Cherokee, N.C.
Sept. 16 Antonio Diaz Emanuel Burton Wu 12 Las Vegas
Oct. 1 Mickey Ward Reggie Green TKO 10 Salem, N.H.
*Tszyu won the vacant WBC interim title on Nov. 28, 1998 after Miguel Angel Gonzalez was sidelined with a rib injury. Tszyu then captured the regular belt (which was also vacant) on Aug. 21, 1999 in the fight that was suppossed to have happened in November.
†Judah won the vacant IBF interim title.

 

Welterweights (147 lbs) Major Bouts, 1998-99 Lightweights (135 lbs)