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In Chul Baek boxer

In Chul Baek image
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 5′ 9½″/177cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 1980-05-09
Born 1961-12-20
Nationality South Korea
Residence Seoul, South Korea
bouts
50
won
47
lost
3
draw
0
bouts
50
won
47
lost
3
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 5′ 9½″/177cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 1980-05-09
Born 1961-12-20
Nationality South Korea
Residence Seoul, South Korea

Baek became a professional boxer in 1980. He won the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) light middleweight title in 1981. His first defeat came in 1983 when Sean Mannion defeated him over ten rounds in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Baek returned to Korea and continued his winning ways. His second defeat came in his next trip to the United States, when he challenged Julian Jackson for the WBA light middleweight title in 1987. Jackson knocked him out in three rounds. Baek then moved up to the middleweight division and in his next fight won the OPBF middleweight title.On May 28, 1988, Baek won the WBA and lineal super middleweight titles by defeating Fulgencio Obelmejias by an eleventh-round knockout. He defended the title twice before losing it to Christophe Tiozzo on March 30, 1990. Baek retired after that fight.

Baek became a professional boxer in 1980. He won the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) light middleweight title in 1981. His first defeat came in 1983 when Sean Mannion defeated him over ten rounds in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Baek returned to Korea and continued his winning ways. His second defeat came in his next trip to the United States, when he challenged Julian Jackson for the WBA light middleweight title in 1987. Jackson knocked him out in three rounds. Baek then moved up to the middleweight division and in his next fight won the OPBF middleweight title.On May 28, 1988, Baek won the WBA and lineal super middleweight titles by defeating Fulgencio Obelmejias by an eleventh-round knockout. He defended the title twice before losing it to Christophe Tiozzo on March 30, 1990. Baek retired after that fight.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
March 30, 1990 Christophe Tiozzo WWWWWW Palais des Sports de Gerland, Lyon World Boxing Association World Super Middleweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Jan. 13, 1990 Yoshiaki Tajima LWWWDW Hyundai Indoor Gymnasium, Ulsan World Boxing Association World Super Middleweight

WIN
Corner retirement
Oct. 8, 1989 Ron Essett WWWDWW Intercontinental Hotel, Seoul World Boxing Association World Super Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 28, 1989 Fulgencio Obelmejias WLWLWW Hongkuk Gymnasium, Yeosu World Boxing Association World Super Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 22, 1988 Chong Pal Park WWWWWL World Trade Center, Seoul WIN
KO
July 30, 1988 Jae-Ok Kim L Bugok OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
April 17, 1988 Ketut Udiana W Nonsan vacant OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 21, 1987 Julian Jackson WWWLWW Las Vegas Hilton, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas vacant World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
July 12, 1987 Hideo Kawamoto WLWLWL Anyang WIN
KO
March 15, 1987 Paul James WWWWLL Taebaek City WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 18, 1986 Jun-Suk Hwang WWWWWW Incheon Gymnasium, Incheon OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
July 27, 1986 Chang-Hwan Noh LWWWLL Jeonju Gymnasium, Jeonju WIN
KO
June 28, 1986 Sang-Do Jung LWWW Pohang Indoor Gymnasium, Pohang OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
Split-decision
March 15, 1986 Troy Waters WWWWW Gangneung OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
Split-decision
Oct. 27, 1985 Fred Hutchings WWWLWW Busan WIN
KO
July 13, 1985 Alberto Bapaimo DWLL Chungju OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
April 20, 1985 Je-Hyung Yuh WWWWWW Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 12, 1985 Hendris Salmon W Gwangju City OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
July 23, 1984 Alberto Bapaimo DWL Osan vacant OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
March 24, 1984 Mike DeGuzman WLLLWW Ulsan OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 7, 1984 Sakaraia Ve LWDDWW Daejeon WIN
KO
Nov. 13, 1983 Satanfa Pratip WWWLL Jeju WIN
KO
July 10, 1983 Yohi Arai LLWLLL Daejeon OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
May 19, 1983 Sean Mannion WLWWWW Resorts International, Atlantic City LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 27, 1983 Jong-Ho Kim WWWWWW Jinju OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 27, 1983 Jesus Gonzalez LL Daejeon WIN
KO
Jan. 2, 1983 Romy Angeles WLLLLL Daejeon OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 11, 1982 Kngrag Vorchareenrat Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Oct. 23, 1982 Yohi Arai WWWLLW Cheongju OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 26, 1982 Fred Galang DLWLDW Daegu WIN
KO
July 4, 1982 Antonio Leyva WLLLWL Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon WIN
KO
June 13, 1982 Michihiro Horihata WWWWDL Busan OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
April 24, 1982 Ibrahim Mohammed WWLLLL Gwangju City WIN
KO
March 21, 1982 Kenji Miyata WLLLWL Busan WIN
KO
Feb. 14, 1982 Alberto Cruz WLWWLL Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 27, 1981 Sang Ho Lee LWWDDL Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul vacant OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 28, 1981 Joe Willisco LWLL Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Oct. 31, 1981 Aquilino Nicolas WWWWWW Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Oct. 11, 1981 Jin-Nam Kim Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon WIN
KO
Aug. 21, 1981 Alberto Cruz LWLWWL Indoor Gymnasium, Daegu WIN
KO
June 23, 1981 Conrado Salinas Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon WIN
KO
April 19, 1981 Hiroshi Izumiya LWLLWL Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Feb. 14, 1981 Young-Sil Jung Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Dec. 7, 1980 Bok-Kyu Lim Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Nov. 29, 1980 Jang-Ho Choi Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Nov. 22, 1980 Sun-Kap Choi Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Nov. 21, 1980 Byung-Chun Choi Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
Sept. 25, 1980 Jong-Hyun Park Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
June 8, 1980 YoungChil Yang Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO
May 9, 1980 Joong-Jung Park Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
KO