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1999-2000 Boxing Junior Welterweights (140 lbs)

(Super Lightweights)

Date Winner Loser Result Title Site
Nov. 6 Hector Camacho Jr. Juan Rodriguez KO 3 Ventura, Calif.
Nov. 19 Sharmba Mitchell Elio Ortiz Wu 12 WBA Las Vegas
Dec. 11 Randall Bailey Hector Lopez TKO 9 WBO Tunica, Miss.
Dec. 18 Julio Cesar Chavez Buck Smith KO 3 Culiacan, MEX
Feb. 6 Hector Camacho Jr. Harold Warren KO 1 Elgin, Ill.
Feb. 12 Kostya Tszyu Ahmed Santos TKO 8 WBC Uncasville, Conn.
Feb. 12 Zab Judah Jan Bergman TKO 4 IBF Uncasville, Conn.
Feb. 26 Arturo Gatti Joey Gamache KO 2 New York City
Mar. 11 Micky Ward Shea Neary TKO 8 London
Apr. 8 Randall Bailey Rocky Martinez TKO 7 WBO Paris
Apr. 8 Khalid Rahilou Josze Kubowsky TKO 2 Paris
Apr. 15 Antonio Diaz Ivan Robinson TKO 11 Las Vegas
May 16 Ricky Hatton Ambioris Figuero TKO 4 Warrington, ENG
June 10 Ricky Hatton Gilbert Quiros KO 2 Detroit
June 13 Antonio Diaz Omar Weiss Wu 12 Indio, Calif.
June 18 Hector Camacho Jr. Manard Reed KO 4 Las Vegas
June 24 Zab Judah Junior Witter Wu 12 IBF Glasgow
July 22 Ener Julio Randall Bailey Ws 12 WBO Miami
July 29 Kostya Tszyu Julio Cesar Chavez TKO 6 WBC Phoenix, Ariz
July 29 Hector Camacho Jr. Phillip Holiday TWu6* Phoenix, Ariz.
Aug. 5 Zab Judah Terronn Millett TKO 4 IBF Uncasville, Conn.
Aug. 11 Vivian Harris Ivan Robinson Wm 10 Atlantic City
Aug. 19 Antonio Diaz Mickey Ward Wu 10 Ledyard, Conn.
Sept. 16 Sharmba Mitchell Felix Flores Wu 12 WBA Las Vegas
Sept. 23 Ricky Hatton Guiseppe Lauri TKO 5 London
Oct. 20 Zab Judah Hector Quiroz TKO 8 IBF Auburn Hills, Mich.
†Zab Judah, the interim IBF champ, won the regular belt on Feb. 12 that was left vacant when reigning champion Terronn Millett was stripped of his title. Millett broke his hand in his July 24, 1999 victory over Virgil McClendon and couldn't fight. Millett was named “champion-in-recess.”
*Hector Camacho Jr. was awarded the technical decision when Holiday was cut over his left eye and was unable to continue following a collision with Camacho's right elbow.

 

Welterweights (147 lbs) Major Bouts, 1999-2000 Lightweights (135 lbs)