David Diaz - Former WBC Lightweight Champion Of The World
DAVID DIAZ
Former WBC Lightweight Champion Of The World
David "Dangerous" Diaz was born June 7, 1976 in Chicago, Illinois. He is an American boxer in the lightweight (135 lb) division. His professional record is 36-4-1 and with 17 KOs. He is a former WBC & IBA Lightweight ...
DAVID DIAZ
David Diaz - Former WBC Lightweight Champion Of The World

David "Dangerous" Diaz was born June 7, 1976 in Chicago, Illinois. He is an American boxer in the lightweight (135 lb) division. His professional record is 36-4-1 and with 17 KOs. He is a former WBC & IBA Lightweight Champion. Also Diaz was a Member of the 1996 US Olympic Team as a Light Welterweight. In his amateur career David won the Chicago Golden Gloves four times and the National Golden Gloves three times (1993, 1994 and 1996). He was the National Golden Gloves light welterweight champion. David is not only a great boxer but he is a great person. He is willing to help out anyone if they need help.

DAVID DIAZ
David Diaz - Former WBC Lightweight Champion Of The World

Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 135 lb.
Stance: Southpaw
Reach: 69"
Career Record: 36-4-1

 

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