Juan Francisco Rodríguez

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Statistics
Weight(s) Bantamweight
Height 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)
Born 12 September 1950 (1950-09-12) (age 68)
Almería, Spain
Boxing record
Total fights 34
Wins 20
Wins by KO 9
Losses 9
Draws 4

Juan Francisco Rodríguez Márquez (born 12 September 1950) is a retired Spanish boxer. As an amateur he won the 1971 European flyweight title and reached the quarterfinals at the 1972 Summer Olympics. At the 1976 Games he was stopped in the second bout by the eventual silver medalist Charles Mooney.[1]

After the 1976 Olympics Rodríguez turned professional and fought until 1982. He challenged Carlos Zarate Serna for the Mexican's WBC world bantamweight title in a 1977 fight held at Madrid, but lost by technical knockout. Next year he won the European title.[2]

1976 Olympic record

Below are the results of Juan Francisco Rodriguez, a Spanish bantamweight boxer, who competed at the 1976 Montreal Olympics:

  • Round of 64: defeated Anthony Abacheng (Ghana) on points, 5-0
  • Round of 32: lost to Charles Mooney (United States) on points, 1-4

References

  1. ^ Juan Francisco Rodríguez. sports-reference.com
  2. ^ Professional boxing record for Juan Francisco Rodríguez from BoxRec



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