Sunday, August 26, 2007


This is the boxing record of Teron Glasgow. A lightweight, Glasgow fought four fights in his career, all in the New York/Connecticut area, finishing with a record of 1-3. The combined record of his opponents, when he fought them, was 2-0-1, and all three of his losses were by first round knockout. Overall, quite pedestrian.

But who were those fighters? The first, the one he beat, was Daniel Jimenez, who went on to win the NABO Super Featherweight title before losing it last night to Roman Martinez in a 12th round knockout. His record currently stands at 17-2-1, with 10 KOs.

The second man Glasgow faced was Darling Jimenez. Jimenez hasn't won any titles yet, but he's racked up an impressive 23-2-2 record, with 14 KOs, and is coming off the biggest win of his career--an impressive third round knockout of former titlist "Mighty" Mike Anchondo.

The third fighter was Angel Luis Torres. Again, no titles, but he retired in 2003 with a very respectable 14-2, 5 KO record.

And finally, number four on the list was Guadalupe Rosales. Rosales is still fighting and has won some minor titles, and currently sits with a 25-1, 15 KO record as of last night.

So, fighting four fighters, none of whom had more than one win on their resume when they faced them, the current combined record of the boxers Glasgow faced is now a whopping 79-7-3, with 44 KOs.

Talk about bad luck match-making!

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