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Nelson Dieppa boxer

Nelson Dieppa image
Status inactive
Division light flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Reach 66″/168cm
Debut 1993-02-13
Born 1971-02-25
Nationality Puerto Rico
Residence Vieques, Puerto Rico
bouts
33
won
25
lost
5
draw
2
bouts
33
won
25
lost
5
draw
2
Status inactive
Division light flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Reach 66″/168cm
Debut 1993-02-13
Born 1971-02-25
Nationality Puerto Rico
Residence Vieques, Puerto Rico

Nelson Dieppa was born and raised in Vieques, Puerto Rico. He began his boxing career at a young age. As an amateur Dieppa represented Puerto Rico in international competitions, competing in the Light Flyweight division(– 48 kilograms). In 1991 he represented the island in two major international events. The first one was the World Amateur Boxing Championships, organized in Sydney, Australia from November 15 to 23. In this event he won bronze, finishing in the third global position along Daniel Petrov of Bulgaria. His second international participation of the year was in the Pan American Games that took place on Havana, Cuba. Here he again took bronze, sharing the third position with Fernando Retayud of Colombia. A year later he went on to represent Puerto Rico at the 1992 Olympic Games, held in Barcelona, Spain. These would mark his final participation in an amateur event. Dieppa only participated in one fight in the first round of the Olympic boxing tournament, where he fought against Daniel Petrov. Dieppa lost the fight by points, with a final score of 7-10.

Nelson Dieppa was born and raised in Vieques, Puerto Rico. He began his boxing career at a young age. As an amateur Dieppa represented Puerto Rico in international competitions, competing in the Light Flyweight division(– 48 kilograms). In 1991 he represented the island in two major international events. The first one was the World Amateur Boxing Championships, organized in Sydney, Australia from November 15 to 23. In this event he won bronze, finishing in the third global position along Daniel Petrov of Bulgaria. His second international participation of the year was in the Pan American Games that took place on Havana, Cuba. Here he again took bronze, sharing the third position with Fernando Retayud of Colombia. A year later he went on to represent Puerto Rico at the 1992 Olympic Games, held in Barcelona, Spain. These would mark his final participation in an amateur event. Dieppa only participated in one fight in the first round of the Olympic boxing tournament, where he fought against Daniel Petrov. Dieppa lost the fight by points, with a final score of 7-10.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
April 5, 2008 Ivan Calderon WWWWWW Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 23, 2008 Alex Sanchez LLWWLL Coliseo Héctor Solá Bezares, Caguas World Boxing Association Fedebol Light Flyweight

WIN
Corner retirement
March 23, 2007 Daniel Reyes LLWLWW Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot, San Juan World Boxing Association Fedelatin Light Flyweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 30, 2006 Hugo Fidel Cazares WWWWWW Coliseo Héctor Solá Bezares, Caguas World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
May 26, 2006 Erik Ramirez LWWWLW Coliseo Pedrín Zorrilla, Hato Rey WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 17, 2005 Juan Alfonso Keb Baas LLLLLL Coliseo Tomas Dones, Fajardo WIN
Majority decision
April 30, 2005 Hugo Fidel Cazares WWWWWW Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot, Hato Rey World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

LOSS
TD
Jan. 29, 2005 Alex Sanchez WDLLWW Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

WIN
KO
July 30, 2004 Ulises Solis WWWWWW Freedom Hall State Fairground, Louisville World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

WIN
Majority decision
March 20, 2004 Kermin Guardia WWWWWW Coliseo Mario 'Quijote' Morales, Guaynabo World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 24, 2002 Jhon Alberto Molina LWDWWW Roberto Clemente Stadium, Carolina World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

DRAW
TD
Sept. 29, 2001 Thongchai Utaida WWWWDW Madison Square Garden, New York World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 14, 2001 Andy Tabanas WLWWWD Madison Square Garden, New York vacant World Boxing Organisation World Light Flyweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 28, 2000 Julio Coronel WLLWLL Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
July 22, 2000 Will Grigsby WWDWWL American Airlines Arena, Miami
ND
March 17, 2000 Manuel Noyola WLDWLL Jim Davidson Theatre, Pembroke Pines WIN
Technical knockout
March 27, 1999 Ramon Jose Hurtado WWLWWL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 30, 1999 Jose Ortiz LLLLL Flagler Dog Track, Miami WIN
KO
Oct. 3, 1998 Orlando Malone LLLLLL Mahi Temple Shrine Auditorium, Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 13, 1998 Carlos Murillo WLLWLW The Pit - UNM, Albuquerque LOSS
Split-decision
June 7, 1997 Kenny Berrios LWWWLL Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 7, 1996 Rolando Chevere LWWLWL Condado WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 17, 1996 Salvador Casillas LLLLLW Jai Alai Fronton, Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
June 1, 1996 Pablo Tiznado WLLLWL Miami World Boxing Council FECARBOX Flyweight

WIN
KO
March 9, 1996 Melquiades Ventura LLLLLL Miami World Boxing Council FECARBOX Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 9, 1995 Felipe Ortiz LL Caribe Hilton Hotel, San Juan World Boxing Council FECARBOX Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 15, 1995 Arnaldo Perez LWL Condado World Boxing Council FECARBOX Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 1995 Melquiades Ventura LLLLLL Ponce World Boxing Council FECARBOX Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
April 13, 1995 Hipolito Saucedo WWWWWW Silver Nugget, North Las Vegas DRAW
Split-decision
July 22, 1994 Carlos Bernier DWWW Trujillo Alto WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 29, 1994 Jose Hernandez DWLLLL San Juan WIN
Unanimous decision
July 30, 1993 David Almodovar Vieques WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 13, 1993 Carlos Figueroa LLWWL Coliseo Roberto Clemente, San Juan WIN
Technical knockout