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Noel Arambulet

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Noel Arambulet

Noel Arambulet (born May 18, 1974 in Falcón, Venezuela) is a flyweight boxer.

Professional career

Nicknamed "El Verdugo", Arambulet turned pro in 1996 and captured the vacant WBA minimumweight title with a decision win over Joma Gamboa in 1999. He defended the belt once before being stripped of the title for not making weight for a rematch against Gamboa in 2000. Gamboa won the fight and the title. He recaptured the WBA minimumweight title with a close decision win over Keitaro Hoshino in 2002. He defended the belt twice before losing it to Yutaka Niida in 2004 by decision, although, officially the title was stripped due to his failure to make weight.

Preceded by
Ricardo Lopez
WBA Minimumweight Champion
1999 Oct 9 – 2000 Aug 20
Stripped (failed to make weight)
Succeeded by
Joma Gamboa
Preceded by
Keitaro Hoshino
WBA Minimumweight Champion
2002 Jul 29 – 2004 Jul 2
Stripped (failed to make weight)
Succeeded by
Yutaka Niida

See also

List of WBA world champions

External links

  • BoxRec

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