LINDOLFO DELGADO

SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT
2016 Olympian for Mexico

Record: 7-0-0 (7 KOs)
Amateur Record: 154, 139 Wins
WSB Record: 9-4-0
Birthday: December 31, 1994
Hometown:  Linares, Mexico
Height: 5’9 (175 cm)
Stance: 

2012 Mexican National Olympiad Champion
2011 Youth Mexican National Olympiad Bronze Medalist
2010 Junior Mexican National Olympiad Silver Medalist

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday, January 13, 2019 

Jose Uzcategui vs. Caleb Plant

Microsoft Theater
Los Angeles, CA 

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FIGHTER BIO

Due to the depth of the Mexican talent pool for boxing, the qualification process and ultimate success to represent Mexico at Olympic games is in itself tremendous challenge and accomplishment. Lindolfo Delgado mastered that challenge and became the # 1 ranked  lightweight in Mexico with a Silver Medal at the Central American & Caribbean Games and the 2015 Pan American Games, earning him a trip to the 2016 Rio Olympics. His pro style allowed him the successful transition to professional boxing.  He is  undefeated with 8 wins all by Knockout.  His good looks make him a fan favorite among female boxing fans. Trained by one of the most successful trainers in the world Robert Garcia, he is compared by Garcia Family Patriarch,  Eduardo Garcia,  to pound for pound great Mikey Garcia as it relates to his ring generalship and talent.

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