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Kermit Cintron (The Killer / El Asesino) boxer

Kermit Cintron image
Status inactive
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 2000-10-07
Born 1979-10-22
Nationality Puerto Rico
Residence Reading, Pennsylvania, USA
bouts
49
won
39
lost
6
draw
3
bouts
49
won
39
lost
6
draw
3
Status inactive
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 2000-10-07
Born 1979-10-22
Nationality Puerto Rico
Residence Reading, Pennsylvania, USA

Cintrón had a tough childhood. He witnessed his mother lie in bed for months before she died of cancer. Unable to care for Cintrón and his siblings, Cintrón's father sent him to the United States, with Cintrón's uncle, Benjamin Serrano, a former Middleweight contender who had fought Frank Fletcher among others. Cintrón's father, however, kept regular contact with his kids. But when Cintrón was 13, another tragic blow shook him: His father died of a heart attack, leaving him and his siblings orphaned on both sides. He is married to María Cintrón, the couple have three children. Two daughters, Denali and Savannah and a son, Clemente.In early 2008, Cintrón was trained by Emanuel Steward, who focused his training in boxing and counterattacks. He decided to finish this partnership, based on the fact that Steward's time was limited due to several other compromises. Despite this, both conserved a close friendship. During this timeframe, Cintrón abandoned Main Events, signing a promotional contract with Lou DiBella. His next trainer was Ronnie Shields, who emphasized on a faster training pace. Shields preferred a more aggressive style, reminiscent of the one presented during the early stage of Cintrón's early career. Brian Caldwell was employed as conditioning coach, in the process modifying his weight routines.

Cintrón had a tough childhood. He witnessed his mother lie in bed for months before she died of cancer. Unable to care for Cintrón and his siblings, Cintrón's father sent him to the United States, with Cintrón's uncle, Benjamin Serrano, a former Middleweight contender who had fought Frank Fletcher among others. Cintrón's father, however, kept regular contact with his kids. But when Cintrón was 13, another tragic blow shook him: His father died of a heart attack, leaving him and his siblings orphaned on both sides. He is married to María Cintrón, the couple have three children. Two daughters, Denali and Savannah and a son, Clemente.In early 2008, Cintrón was trained by Emanuel Steward, who focused his training in boxing and counterattacks. He decided to finish this partnership, based on the fact that Steward's time was limited due to several other compromises. Despite this, both conserved a close friendship. During this timeframe, Cintrón abandoned Main Events, signing a promotional contract with Lou DiBella. His next trainer was Ronnie Shields, who emphasized on a faster training pace. Shields preferred a more aggressive style, reminiscent of the one presented during the early stage of Cintrón's early career. Brian Caldwell was employed as conditioning coach, in the process modifying his weight routines.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Feb. 13, 2018 Marquis Taylor LWWWWW Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem
NC
June 24, 2017 Tyrone Brunson LLLWDW 2300 Arena, Philadelphia vacant USA Pennsylvania State Super Welterweight

LOSS
KO
March 17, 2017 David Grayton WWWWLW Santander Arena, Reading DRAW
TD
Dec. 10, 2016 Rosemberg Gomez LLWLWW Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem WIN
Corner retirement
Sept. 9, 2016 Manny Woods WWLWWL Santander Arena, Reading WIN
Technical knockout
July 2, 2016 Carlos Garcia Hernandez LLWWWL Santander Arena, Reading WIN
Unanimous decision
May 6, 2016 Eduardo Flores WLWWLL 2300 Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
March 15, 2014 Ronald Cruz WLLWWW Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 2, 2013 Jonathan Batista WWWWLW Buffalo Run Casino, Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
March 22, 2013 Adrian Granados DWLWWW UIC Pavilion, Chicago DRAW
Split-decision
Nov. 26, 2011 Saul Alvarez WWWWWW Monumental Plaza de Toros México, Mexico City LOSS
Technical knockout
Aug. 12, 2011 Antwone Smith WWWLWW Ameristar Casino, Saint Charles WIN
Unanimous decision
July 9, 2011 Carlos Molina WWWWDW Home Depot Center, Carson LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 8, 2010 Paul Williams LWWWWW Home Depot Center, Carson LOSS
TD
Oct. 24, 2009 Juliano Ramos WWLWL Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan WIN
Corner retirement
May 30, 2009 Alfredo Angulo WWWWWW Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 14, 2009 Sergio Martinez WWWWWW BankAtlantic Center, Sunrise interim World Boxing Council World Super Welterweight

DRAW
Majority decision
Nov. 15, 2008 Lovemore Ndou WWWLWL Vanderbilt University Memorial Gymnasium, Nashville WIN
Unanimous decision
April 12, 2008 Antonio Margarito WWWWLW Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City International Boxing Federation World Welterweight

LOSS
KO
Nov. 23, 2007 Jesse Feliciano LWLWDW Staples Center, Los Angeles International Boxing Federation World Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 14, 2007 Walter Dario Matthysse WWWLW Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City International Boxing Federation World Welterweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 28, 2006 Mark Suarez WWWWWW Convention Center, Palm Beach vacant International Boxing Federation World Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
April 19, 2006 David Estrada WLWWWL Palm Beach Convention Center, Palm Beach WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 29, 2005 Francisco Javier Parra WWWLWL Michael's Eighth Avenue, Glen Burnie WIN
Technical knockout
April 23, 2005 Antonio Margarito WWWWLW Caesars Palace, Las Vegas World Boxing Organisation World Welterweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
July 17, 2004 Teddy Reid WWLWWW Reliant Center, Houston NABF Welterweight

interim World Boxing Organisation World Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 1, 2004 Elio Ortiz WWWWLW Ballys Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 24, 2004 Humberto Aranda LLWWL Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 12, 2003 Hicklet Lau WLLLLW Casino Del Sol, Tucson WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 29, 2003 Jesus Felipe Valverde LWLLWL Sovereign Center, Reading WIN
Unanimous decision
May 17, 2003 Luis Rosado WWWWWW Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 14, 2003 Frankie Sanchez WLWWLL Comfort Hall, Reading WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 24, 2002 Ian MacKillop WLWWWW Ballys Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
July 19, 2002 Otilio Villarreal LLLLLL Riveredge Hotel, Reading WIN
Technical knockout
May 10, 2002 Patrick Thorns LWLWLL County Coliseum, El Paso WIN
Technical knockout
March 15, 2002 Alex Perez LLWLLL Fernwood Resort, Bushkill WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 16, 2002 Omar Davila WWWWWW Sunset Station, San Antonio interim World Boxing Council Youth World Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 25, 2001 Andre Baker LLLLLL Lincoln Hotel, Reading interim World Boxing Council Youth World Welterweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 18, 2001 Said Ouali WWWWWW Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville WIN
Technical knockout
May 31, 2001 Leon Pearson DWLWWW Zembo Shrine, Harrisburg WIN
Points
April 28, 2001 Leroy Brown WLWWL Pottstown WIN
Technical knockout
March 29, 2001 Genaro Andujar LLLLLW Armory, Philadelphia WIN
KO
March 15, 2001 Kareem Whitehurst WL Days Inn, Allentown WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 9, 2001 George Turner WLLLLL Reading WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 19, 2001 Vernon Meeks LLLLL Norfolk WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 12, 2001 Willis Silver LWW Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 21, 2000 Danny Rodriguez LLDWL Genetti Manor, Dickson City WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 19, 2000 Lawrence Brooks LWLLLL Zembo Shrine, Harrisburg WIN
KO
Oct. 7, 2000 Jesse Williams Lancaster WIN
Technical knockout