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Marco Antonio Barrera

Marco Antonio Barrera
Barrera in 2012
Statistics
Real name Marco Antonio Barrera Tapia
Nickname(s) Baby-Faced Assassin
El Barreta
Rated at Super flyweight
Super bantamweight
Featherweight
Super featherweight
Lightweight
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Reach 70 in (178 cm)
Nationality Mexican
Born (1974-01-17) January 17, 1974
Mexico City, Mexico
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 75
Wins 67
Wins by KO 44
Losses 7
No contests 1

Marco Antonio Barrera Tapia (born January 17, 1974) is a Mexican former professional boxer. He has held multiple world titles in three weight classes, including the WBO super bantamweight title twice, the lineal and Ring magazine featherweight titles, as well as the WBC and IBF super featherweight titles. Barrera is ranked #43 on ESPN's list of "50 All-Time Greatest Boxers".[1]

Contents

  • Amateur career 1
  • Professional career 2
    • Super flyweight 2.1
    • Super bantamweight 2.2
      • First world title 2.2.1
      • Defeat by Junior Jones 2.2.2
      • Comeback trail 2.2.3
      • Barrera vs. Morales I 2.2.4
    • Featherweight 2.3
      • Barrera vs. Hamed 2.3.1
      • Barrera vs. Morales II 2.3.2
      • Barrera vs. Pacquiao I 2.3.3
    • Super featherweight 2.4
      • Barrera vs. Morales III 2.4.1
      • Barrera vs. Juárez 2.4.2
      • Barrera vs. Márquez 2.4.3
      • Barrera vs. Pacquiao II 2.4.4
    • Lightweight 2.5
      • Barrera vs. Khan 2.5.1
      • Comeback 2.5.2
  • Professional boxing record 3
  • Titles in boxing 4
  • Outside of boxing 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Amateur career

As an amateur, Barrera had a record of 104–4 and was a five-time Mexican national champion. Before losing his first amateur contest, Barrera had an undefeated record of 56–0.

Professional career

Super flyweight

Barrera made his professional debut at 15 when he defeated Leonilo Embuestro Jr. of Philippines by a knockout in round two on November 22, 1989. The victory marked the beginning of a 43 fight win streak.

In 1990, Barrera had seven fights, including his first rise in quality opposition, when he defeated veteran Iván Salazar, by a decision in eight rounds. In 1991, he had seven more fights, defeating boxers Abel Hinojosa, Javier Díaz and others.

Barrera began 1992 by winning his first professional title, defeating Justino Suárez by a decision in twelve rounds to win the Mexican super flyweight championship. He retained the title three times before the end of the year which helped improved his ranking in the super flyweight division. He defeated Abner Barajas by a decision in ten rounds, and Angel Rosario by a knockout in six rounds.

In 1993, Barrera had six bouts, winning each. He defeated Salazar in a rematch and retained his title against Noe Santillana and among others.

By 1994, Barrera was attending University to become a lawyer and also continued his boxing career. On April 13, he defeated future champion Carlos Salazar by a ten round decision in Argentina. He also defeated former world champion Eddie Cook before the end of the year.

Super bantamweight

First world title

Barrera began 1995 by fighting for a world title. On March 31, he became the WBO super bantamweight champion by defeating Puerto Rican boxer Daniel Cobrita Jiménez by a decision in twelve rounds at Anaheim, California. By this time, many boxing journalist were calling Barrera "Mexico's next Julio César Chávez."

He made four defenses before the year was over. On June 2, 1995, he defeated future champion Frank Toledo via second round knock out. Barrera knocked Toledo down twice before the fight was stopped.

On July 15, 1995, Barrera scored a first round knockout win over Maui Díaz (27–1). In his next bout, he won a twelve round unanimous decision over future champion Agapito Sánchez.[2]

On February 6, 1996, he fought on the first installment of HBO Boxing's spin-off series "HBO Boxing After Dark." In one of the fights of the year, Barrera stopped Kennedy McKinney in 12 rounds, knocking him down five times whilst suffering one knockdown himself.

After the McKinney fight, he defeated former WBO champion Jesse Benavides by third round knockout. On July 14, 1996, he defeated another former champion, Orlando Fernandez, by seventh round TKO.

Defeat by Junior Jones

On November 22, 1996, he suffered his first career loss and lost his title to American boxer Junior Jones, by a disqualification in round five. Barrera was knocked down in Round 5 by Jones, and was declared the loser by disqualification and not by knockout because Barrera's cornerman climbed onto the ring to stop the fight as Jones was finishing Barrera.

On April 18, 1997, he was given a chance to regain his title, facing Jones in a rematch in Las Vegas. Barrera was defeated by a unanimous decision that fans thought was controversial, but retired from boxing nonetheless regardless of the opinions of his die-hard fans.

Comeback trail

Barrera announced a comeback in 1998 (a year later, and he started off by defeating Angel Rosario by a knockout in round five. After two more wins, he was given another opportunity to fight for a world title by the WBO. On October 31, he became a two-time world super bantamweight champion by defeating Richie Wenton by a knockout in three rounds, winning the WBO's vacant title.

In 1999, he had two title defenses and then he ran into controversy. On December 18, he defeated César Najera in four rounds at California. But upon finding out that Najera had a losing record and was part of Barrera's team, the California State Athletic Commission decided to rule the fight a no contest bout.

Barrera vs. Morales I

In February 2000, Barrera was defeated by the WBC super bantamweight title holder Erik Morales by a controversial 12 round split decision. It was an intense battle in which both fighters were cut and battered. Ring Magazine named it the fight of the year.

After the bout, the WBO reinstated Barrera as their champion and he defended the title three additional times. On June 17, 2000, he defeated Luiz Freitas (19–1–0) by first round knockout. In his next bout, he defeated José Luis Valbuena (18–1–1) by twelve round unanimous decision.[3] On December 1, 2000, he scored a sixth round knockout over former world champion Jesús Salud.

Featherweight

Barrera vs. Hamed

In 2001, Barrera moved up in weight division. On April 7, he handed British boxer IBO featherweight titles.[5] On September 8, 2001, he defeated former champion Enrique Sánchez by sixth round TKO.[6]

Barrera vs. Morales II

On June 22, 2002, Barrera defeated Morales in a rematch via a unanimous decision, successfully defending his lineal title and winning the vacant Ring magazine title but declined Morales' the WBC belt. On November 2, he defeated former five-time world champion Johnny Tapia by a 12-round unanimous decision.[7] Barrera then competed in his 60th career fight on 12 April 2003, defeating former WBC title holder Kevin Kelley by knockout in round four.[8]

Barrera vs. Pacquiao I

On November 16, 2003, Barrera was defeated by Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao in the eleventh round when Barerra's corner threw in the towel, earning Pacquiao his third world championship in third weight division (Barrera was the recognized lineal champion and his Ring Magazine title was also on the line when he fought Pacquiao). Prior to the bout, it was revealed that Barrera had undergone surgery to repair a cluster of malformed blood vessels in his head.[9][10] Barrera's training was also interrupted when the "Old Fire" wildfire of 2003 forced his team to evacuate their training facilities located in Big Bear Lake, California and leaving him and his coaches without some of the training equipment he needed (following the evacuation).[11][12]

On June 19, 2004, Barrera defeated former WBA bantamweight title holder Paulie Ayala in Los Angeles by a tenth round knockout.

Super featherweight

Barrera vs. Morales III

On November 27, 2004, Barrera fought Morales for the third time and became a three-division world champion by defeating Morales in a majority decision to capture the WBC super featherweight title.[13]

On April 9, 2005, Barrera retained the title with a second round knockout against future champion Mzonke Fana in El Paso, Texas, this win also marked Barrera's 60th career win.[14]

On September 17 of the same year, he unified his WBC super featherweight title with the IBF title by defeating the IBF title holder Robbie Peden by a twelve round unanimous decision in Las Vegas.[15]

Barrera vs. Juárez

On May 20, 2006, Barrera defended his title against American boxer Rocky Juárez with what was announced immediately after the fight as a twelve-round draw, which the judges scored 115–113, 113–115 and 114–114. However, tabulation errors were found in the judges' scorecards, leading to a final score of 115–114, 114–115 and 115–114, a split decision in favor of Barerra. He fought Juárez in a rematch bout on September 16, this time Barrera won by a unanimous decision with scores of (117–111, 115–113, 115–113).[16]

Barrera vs. Márquez

On March 17, 2007 Barrera lost his WBC super featherweight title to fellow Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Márquez by unanimous decision. Barrera claimed that the judges and referee were wrong, because he knocked down Márquez in the seventh round and the referee ruled it a slip.[17]

Barrera vs. Pacquiao II

Barrera fought Pacquiao in a rematch bout for the WBC International super featherweight title on October 6, 2007 in Las Vegas. Barrera was defeated by a unanimous decision with scores of 118–109, 118–109, 115–112. After the match, Barrera expressed his desire to retire from boxing, however no official confirmation had been given. On February 13, 2008, Barrera announced to the media that he would fight the winner of the Márquez vs. Pacquiao bout on March 15. The winner of this turned out to be Pacquiao, in a highly disputed split decision.[18] However, Pacquiao's move to the lightweight division and subsequent capture of the WBC lightweight title ensured that a third fight between the two would not happen.

Lightweight

Marco Antonio Barrera, at 35, ended his brief retirement and signed a five-year contract on August 26, 2008 with promoter Don King.[19] He moved up to the lightweight division, his goal to become the first Mexican ever to win a title in 4 different weight divisions.[20]

On November 7, 2008, Barrera marked his return to the ring, in Chengdu, China, by knocking out Sammy Ventura in his first bout in the lightweight division.[21]

Barrera vs. Khan

It was announced on January 15, 2009 that Barrera would return to the ring against British boxer Amir Khan. Even with Barrera getting on in years, this was seen to be the biggest test of the young Briton's career thus far. Frank Warren promoted the fight, which took place on March 14, 2009 at the MEN Arena.

Barrera lost the bout by a fifth-round technical decision. In the first round, the two fighters clashed heads, resulting in a deep gash above Barrera's forehead, which bled throughout the bout. Ringside doctors stopped the fight at the beginning of the fifth round due to the severity of the cut. The judges scored the fight 50–45, 50–45 and 50–44 for Khan at the point of stoppage and he was declared the winner by technical decision. However, there was some controversy over the time of the stoppage, as Barrera had sustained the cut during the first round and that it would be constantly examined before the referee officially stopped the fight in the fifth round.[22]

On March 26, 2009 as a result of the controversial stoppage timing, Barrera's promoter, Don King, filed a protest with the British Boxing Board of Control, WBA and WBO on behalf of Barrera, claiming the accidental clash of heads should have resulted in the fight being ruled a no-contest.[23] Under the rules governing the bout, had the fight been stopped prior to the end of the fourth round due to the accidental headbutt, the official ruling would have been no contest, requiring an immediate rematch. Referee Dave Parris, however, waited until midway through the fourth round before asking the ringside physician to inspect the wound.

Before this fight, Barrera had fought Freudis Rojas on January 31, 2009 in Zapopan, Jalisco. Rojas was disqualified for a headbutt which left Barrera with a bad cut over his left eye. The cut could have jeopardized Barrera's scheduled bout against Khan.[24] Despite this injury, he recovered in time for his bout with Khan and the fight went ahead regardless.

Comeback

After the loss, Barrera took a period of inactivity. The former three time world champion fought on June 26, 2010 against Adailton de Jesus of Brazil. The 10 round bout took place at the Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, United States.[25] The match was an undercard of the Latin Fury 15 PPV, which featured Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. John Duddy. Marco Antonio Barrera dominated De Jesus for 10 rounds, winning via decision.

On February 12, 2011, he fought Jose Arias of the Dominican Republic and scored a TKO in the second round.

Professional boxing record

75 fights, 67 wins (44 KOs), 7 losses (1 KO), 1 no contest[26]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 67–7
1 NC
Jose Arias TKO 2 (10) 2011-02-12 Coliseo Olimpico de la UG, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Win 66–7
1 NC
Adailton de Jesus UD 10 (10) 2010-06-26 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
Loss 65–7
1 NC
Amir Khan TD 5 (12) 2009-03-14 M.E.N. Arena, Manchester For WBA International & vacant WBO Inter-Continental lightweight titles.
Win 65–6
1 NC
Freudis Rojas DQ 3 (10) 2009-01-31 Auditorio Telmex de UG, Zapopan, Jalisco
Win 64–6
1 NC
Sammy Ventura TKO 4 (12) 2008-11-07 Sichuan Gymnasium, Chengdu, China
Loss 63–6
1 NC
Manny Pacquiao UD 12 (12) 2007-10-06 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada For WBC International super featherweight title.
Loss 63–5
1 NC
Juan Manuel Márquez UD 12 (12) 2007-03-17 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Lost WBC super featherweight title.
Win 63–4
1 NC
Rocky Juarez UD 12 (12) 2006-09-16 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC super featherweight title.
Win 62–4
1 NC
Rocky Juarez SD 12 (12) 2006-05-20 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California Retained WBC super featherweight title.
Win 61–4
1 NC
Robbie Peden UD 12 (12) 2005-09-17 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBC super featherweight title.
Won IBF super featherweight title.
Win 60–4 Mzonke Fana KO 2 (12) 2005-04-09 Don Haskins Convention Center, El Paso, Texas Retained WBC super featherweight title.
Win 59–4
1 NC
Erik Morales MD 12 (12) 2004-11-27 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Won WBC super featherweight title.
Win 58–4
1 NC
Paulie Ayala TKO 10 (12) 2004-06-19 Home Depot Center, Carson, California
Loss 57–4
1 NC
Manny Pacquiao TKO 11 (12) 2003-11-15 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas Lost lineal/The Ring featherweight titles.
Win 57–3
1 NC
Kevin Kelley TKO 4 (12) 2003-04-12 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained lineal/The Ring featherweight titles.
Win 56–3
1 NC
Johnny Tapia UD 12 (12) 2002-11-02 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained lineal/The Ring featherweight titles.
Win 55–3
1 NC
Erik Morales UD 12 (12) 2002-06-22 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained lineal featherweight title.
Won vacant The Ring featherweight title.
Though Morales was the defending WBC champion, Barrera declined the title, which became vacant.
Win 54–3
1 NC
Enrique Sánchez RTD 6 (12) 2001-09-08 Lawlor Events Center, Reno, Nevada Retained lineal featherweight title.
Win 53–3
1 NC
Naseem Hamed UD 12 (12) 2001-04-07 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Won lineal featherweight title.
Win 52–3
1 NC
Jesus Salud TKO 6 (12) 2000-12-01 Venetian Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 51–3 Jose Luis Valbuena TKO 6 (12) 2000-09-09 New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 50–3
1 NC
Luiz Freitas KO 1 (12) 2000-06-17 Arena Mexico, Mexico City, Distrito Federal Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Following the bout, Morales vacated his titles and moved up to featherweight division; Barrera was reinstated as champion by the WBO.
Loss 49–3
1 NC
Erik Morales SD 12 (12) 2000-02-19 Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada Lost WBO super bantamweight title.
For WBC super bantamweight title.
NC 49–2
1 NC
Cesar Najera NC 4 (10) 1999-12-18 Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California Commission ruled a no-decision bout because
Najera's record could not be confirmed.
Win 49–2 Pastor Humberto Maurin UD 12 (12) 1999-08-07 Taj Majal Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 48–2 Paul Lloyd RTD 1 (12) 1999-04-03 Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 47–2 Richie Wenton TKO 4 (12) 1998-10-31 Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey Won vacant WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 46–2 Pedro Javier Torres TKO 4 (10) 1998-09-26 Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada
Win 45–2 Geronimo Cardoz KO 1 (10) 1998-05-16 Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 44–2 Angel Rosario TKO 5 (10) 1998-02-21 Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
Loss 43–2 Junior Jones UD 12 (12) 1997-04-18 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada For WBO super bantamweight title.
Loss 43–1 Junior Jones DQ 5 (12) 1996-11-22 Ice Palace, Tampa, Florida Lost WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 43–0 Jesse Magana TKO 10 (12) 1996-09-14 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 42–0 Orlando Fernandez TKO 7 (12) 1996-07-14 Mammoth Gardens, Denver, Colorado Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 41–0 Jesse Benavides KO 3 (12) 1996-05-04 Honda Center, Anaheim, California Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 40–0 Kennedy McKinney TKO 12 (12) 1996-02-03 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 39–0 Eddie Croft TKO 7 (12) 1995-11-04 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 38–0 Agapito Sánchez UD 12 (12) 1995-08-22 Civic Center, South Padre Island, Texas Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 37–0 Maui Diaz TKO 1 (12) 1995-07-15 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 36–0 Frank Toledo TKO 2 (12) 1995-06-02 Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut Retained WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 35–0 Daniel Jiménez UD 12 (12) 1995-03-31 Honda Center, Anaheim, California Won WBO super bantamweight title.
Win 34–0 Eddie Cook TKO 8 (12) 1994-12-03 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada Retained WBA Penta-Continental
super bantamweight title.
Win 33–0 Jesus Alberto Sarabia TKO 3 (12) 1994-10-22 Las Vegas, Nevada Won vacant WBA Penta-Continental
super bantamweight title.
Win 32–0 Israel Gonzalez TKO 8 (10) 1994-08-15 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 31–0 Miguel Espinoza KO 6 (10) 1994-06-24 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 30–0 Carlos Gabriel Salazar MD 10 (10) 1994-04-13 Estadio F.A.B., Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal WBC super flyweight eliminator.
Win 29–0 Justo Zuniga KO 3 (10) 1994-03-01 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 28–0 Alejandro Sanabria KO 1 (?) 1993-11-27 Arena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 27–0 Eduardo Ramirez UD 12 (12) 1993-08-28 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California Won vacant NABF super flyweight title.
Win 26–0 Elidio Dominguez KO 1 (10) 1993-07-12 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 25–0 Noe Santillana UD 12 (12) 1993-05-22 El Toreo de Cartro Caminos, Naucalpan, México Retained Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 24–0 Facundo Rodriguez KO 4 (12) 1993-04-10 Auditorio Benito Juarez, Guadalajara, Jalisco Retained Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 23–0 Ivan Salazar UD 10 (10) 1993-03-01 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California
Win 22–0 Angel Rosario TKO 6 (10) 1992-12-05 El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 21–0 Esteban Ayala KO 4 (12) 1992-11-09 Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California Retained Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 20–0 Abner Barajas PTS 10 (10) 1992-10-02 Guadalajara, Jalisco
Win 19–0 Miguel Espinoza KO 6 (12) 1992-07-11 Mexico City, Distrito Federal Retained Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 18–0 Jose Felix Montiel TKO 2 (12) 1992-06-13 Arena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal Retained Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 17–0 Josefino Suarez UD 12 (12) 1992-04-01 Mexico City, Distrito Federal Won vacant Mexican super flyweight title.
Win 16–0 Miguel Pina KO 1 (?) 1991-12-07 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 15–0 Javier Diaz DQ 7 (10) 1991-11-02 Arena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 14–0 Sergio Aguila TKO 1 (10) 1991-08-31 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 13–0 Jaime Rojas TKO 6 (?) 1991-06-29 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 12–0 Juan Facundo Lopez TKO 1 (10) 1991-04-13 Arena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 11–0 Abel Hinojosa TKO 5 (?) 1991-03-09 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 10–0 Esteban Rodriguez TKO 4 (?) 1991-02-09 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 9–0 Ivan Salazar PTS 8 (8) 1990-12-08 Arena Coliseo, Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 8–0 Jose Yanez TKO 2 (6) 1990-10-13 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 7–0 Pedro Martinez TKO 2 (?) 1990-10-06 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 6–0 Sebastian Amica TKO 5 (?) 1990-09-14 Acapulco, Guerrero
Win 5–0 Federico Lara KO 3 (?) 1990-08-04 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 4–0 Oscar Granados PTS 4 (4) 1990-06-09 Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 3–0 Ignacio Jacome PTS 4 (4) 1990-05-18 Salamanca, Guanajuato
Win 2–0 Federico Lara TKO 3 (?) 1989-12-16 Palacio de Deporte Mexico City, Distrito Federal
Win 1–0 David Felix TKO 2 (4) 1989-11-22 Palacio de Deporte Mexico City, Distrito Federal Professional debut.

Titles in boxing

Major world titles:

Minor world titles:

The Ring/lineal titles:

Regional/international titles:

Outside of boxing

Barrera's fights were promoted by Golden Boy Promotions. He trained at De La Hoya's training facility in Big Bear, California.

He is currently promoted by Ryan Jenkins.[27]

Since January 2009, Barrera has been a commentator for [28]

References

  1. ^ "All-Time Greatest Boxers". ESPN. Retrieved 2015-09-26.
  2. ^ [4] Archived June 11, 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Marco Antonio Barrera Conference call | Boxing News – Boxing, UFC and MMA News, Fight Results, Schedule, Rankings, Videos and More. 15rounds.com (2009-03-09). Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  4. ^ Dean Juipe (1997-12-18). Columnist Dean Juipe: HBO leads Naseem Hamed's bandwagon – Las Vegas Sun News. Lasvegassun.com. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  5. ^ Kim Cawkwell Prince Naseem Hamed Marco Antonio Barrera fight. Saddoboxing.com. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  6. ^ SecondsOut Boxing News – Mark G. Butcher – Arum expects Morales to knock out Barrera. Secondsout.com (2003-01-21). Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  7. ^ "PLUS: BOXING; Barrera in Victory Over Tapia". The New York Times. 2002-11-04. 
  8. ^ Ed Ludwig. Barrera vs. Kelley: Flushing Flash Flushed In Four! eastsideboxing.com
  9. ^ Fernas, Rob (June 18, 2004). "Fighters Feeling the Pressure". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 12, 2010. 
  10. ^ Matthew Aguilar (2005-02-23). Marco Antonio Barrera Is Down With De La Hoya. The Sweet Science
  11. ^ David A. Avila (2007-10-02). Can Barrera Douse Pacman's Fire?. The Sweet Science
  12. ^ Pacquiao vs. Barrera II: Revenge or Repeat? – Boxing News. Boxingscene.com. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  13. ^ Barrera Floors Ayala. infiniteboxing.com (2004-06-19)
  14. ^ Robert Ecksel (2005-04-10) [5]. The Sweet Science
  15. ^ Barrera Easily Beats Peden. infiniteboxing.com (2005-09-18)
  16. ^ Frank Gonzalez, Jr. Barrera vs Juarez 2. eastsideboxing.com
  17. ^ "Marquez defeats Barrera for WBC title". International Herald Tribune. Retrieved 2007-03-17. 
  18. ^ sports.yahoo.com, Pacquiao rolls past Barrera in rematch. Yahoo!. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  19. ^ Barrera signs five-year promotional deal with King from ESPN August 31, 2008
  20. ^ Barrera: Lights Out For a Legend?. Boxingnews24.com. Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  21. ^ Marco Antonio Barrera Stops Sammy Ventura in Four – Boxing News. Boxingscene.com (2008-11-07). Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  22. ^ Michael Woods (2009-03-14). TSS Take I: Khan Stops Barrera. The Sweet Science
  23. ^ Don King protesting Marco Antonio Barrera's loss to Amir Khan. Defend.net (2009-03-26). Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  24. ^ Barrera wins, suffers cut!. Retrieved 2009-02-01.
  25. ^ Rank, Top (May 14, 2010). "Marco Antonio Barrera-Adailton DeJesus Set For June 26". BoxingScene.com. Retrieved May 15, 2010. 
  26. ^ [6]
  27. ^ Marco Antonio Barrera Signs 5-Year Deal With Don King – Boxing News. Boxingscene.com (2008-08-31). Retrieved 2013-01-17.
  28. ^ ESPN Throws More Punches with New Boxing Show. HispanicBusiness.com (2009-01-14). Retrieved 2013-01-17.

External links

  • boxen-artur.de – Encyclopedia
  • Marco Antonio Barrera Fight-by-Fight Career Record
  • HBO: Fighters: Marco Antonio Barrera Article
  • Official website
  • Marco Antonio Barrera at the Internet Movie Database
  • Professional boxing record for Marco Antonio Barrera from BoxRec
Preceded by
Daniel Jiménez
WBO super bantamweight champion
March 31, 1995 – November 11, 1996
Succeeded by
Junior Jones
Vacant
Title last held by
Kennedy McKinney
WBO super bantamweight champion
October 31, 1998 – February 19, 2000
Succeeded by
Érik Morales
Vacant
Title last held by
Érik Morales
WBO super bantamweight champion
June 17, 2000 – April 7, 2001
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Agapito Sánchez
Vacant
Title last held by
Junior Jones
IBO featherweight champion
April 7, 2001–2002
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Naseem Hamed
Preceded by
Naseem Hamed
Lineal featherweight champion
April 7, 2001 – November 16, 2003
Succeeded by
Manny Pacquiao
Vacant
Title last held by
Antonio Esparragoza
The Ring featherweight champion
June 22, 2002 – November 16, 2003
Preceded by
Érik Morales
WBC super featherweight champion
November 27, 2004 – March 17, 2007
Succeeded by
Juan Manuel Márquez
Preceded by
Robbie Peden
IBF junior lightweight champion
September 17, 2005 – May 31, 2006
Stripped
Vacant
Title next held by
Cassius Baloyi
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