September 19th 2004-Mandaue City Sports and Cultural Complex, Barangay Centro, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines
Gerry Penalosa (46-5-2, 31) vs Samingkao Chutipol (0-0)*
In a complete mismatch from 2004 sensational Filipino Gerry Penalosa, a former world champion, took on Thai foe Samingkao Chutipol
*Record for the Thai shown on screen is 16-4.
January 2nd 2000-Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea
Gerry Penalosa (40-2-2, 27) vs In Joo Cho (16-0, 7) II
Just days into the new millennium Korean In Joo Cho gave Filipino Gerry Penalosa a rematch, with Cho ricking the WBC Super Flyweight title that he had narrowly taken from Penalosa in 1998, and had defended 3 times leading into this bout.
August 29th 1998-Ritz Carlton Hotel, Seoul, South Korea
Gerry Penalosa (39-1-2, 26) Vs In Joo Cho (12-0, 6) I
In August 1998 WBC Super Flyweight champion Gerry Penalosa travelled to the South Korean capital of Seoul to take on unbeaten Korean In Joo Cho, in the first of two bouts between the two men
April 6th 2008-Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Gerry Penalosa (52-6-2, 35) VS Ratanachai Sor Vorapin (72-9, 48) II
In 2008 Filipino master Gerry Penalosa the then WBO Bantamweight champion, faced off with Thai veteran Ratanachai Sor Vorapin, in what was a second meeting between the two highly experienced fighters.
April 25th 1998-Cuneta Astrodome, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Gerry Penalosa (39-1-1, 26) vs Joel Luna Zarate (32-2-1, 25)
Back in 1998 Filipinio fight Gerry Penalosa, the then WBC Super Flyweight champion, took on Mexico's Joel Luna Zarate.
November 23rd 1997-Songnam Indoor Gymnasium, Seongnam City, South Korea
Gerry Penalosa (38-1-1, 25) vs Young Joo Cho (11-0-1, 9)
In 1997 Filipino great Gerry Penalosa travelled to Korea to defend his WBC Super Flyweight title against unbeaten Korean challenger Young Joo Cho.
April 25th 2009-Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Gerry Penalosa (54-6-2, 26) Vs Juan Manuel Lopez (24-0, 22)
In 2009 Filipino great Gerry Penalosa, a former a former Super Flyweight and Bantamweight champion, stepped up to face the big puncher Juan Manuel Lopez, with Penalosa looking to become a 3-weight world champion. Amazingly Penalosa was 37 coming into this bout and more than 12 years removed from his first world title contest.
March 17th 2007-Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Gerry Penalosa (51-5-2, 34) Vs Daniel Ponce De Leon (30-1, 28)
In 2007 Filipino legend Gerry Penalosa took on monstrously hard hitting Mexican Daniel Ponce De Leon in a bout for the WBO Super Bantamweight title.
February 13th 2010-Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Gerry Penalosa (54-7-2, 36) Vs Eric Morel (41-2, 21)
In 2010 boxing fans saw the last high profile bout of Filipino great Gerry Penalosa, one of the most technically perfect fighters of our era. That bout saw the then 38 year old Penalosa take on Eric Morel in a bout for the WBO interim Bantamweight title.
August 5th 1997-Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut, USA
Gerry Penalosa (37-1-1, 25) vs Hipolito Saucedo (13-3-1, 5)
Back in 1997 Filipino legend Gerry Penalosa was the WBC Super Flyweight champion, capturing the title in February and defending it twice before the year was over. He also took part in a non-title as he took on Hipolito Saucedo in a stay busy bout.
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