Ronald GavrilSuper Middleweight
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- Born: July 10, 1986
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- Age: 37
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- Stance: Orthodox
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- Nationality: Romanian
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Ronald Gavril, a Romanian professional boxer, had an impressive career, spanning over nine years. During this time, he fought in a total of 23 bouts, winning 20 and losing three. He never experienced any draws or no-contests in his career. Gavril had an impressive style of fighting, with 16 of his wins coming through knockout (KO).
Gavril began his professional boxing debut in December 2011, at the age of 25, defeating Gilbert Gastelum via 3rd round TKO. He went on to win ten more consecutive fights, eight of which came through stoppage. This was a great start to his career, and it caught the attention of many boxing enthusiasts.
Gavril's first world title fight came at the age of 31, after 19 professional fights, against David Benavidez for the WBC (vacant) title. Unfortunately, he lost the bout through a split-decision, which ended his hopes for a world title. Despite the defeat, he continued with his career and faced some top boxers in the profession.
A notable feature of Ronald Gavril's career is that all his three losses in his professional boxing career came via a decision. He never suffered any losses through knockout. Elvin Ayala was the first boxer to beat Ronald Gavril, ending his 11-fight win streak via an 8 round unanimous decision on March 28, 2015. Unfortunately, he would later experience two losses in title bouts, which include his 2017 defeat against Benavidez for the WBC (vacant) title.
One of the highlights of Gavril's career is his notable victories over prominent boxers. He defeated Antowyan Aikens, Miguel Vazquez, Juan Camilo Novoa, Decarlo Pérez, Christopher Brooker, Scott Sigmon, and Mariano Hilario. These victories earned him recognition and respect in the boxing profession, making him one of the best boxers Romania has ever produced.
Gavril's last professional fight was against Miguel Vazquez on December 18, 2020, which he won via 3rd round TKO. He retired from professional boxing with a record of 20-3, including 16 knockout wins.
In conclusion, Ronald Gavril had an impressive career with some wins and losses. He left an indelible mark on the boxing profession and was one of the best boxers Romania has ever produced. His career provides an excellent example for new professionals in the boxing industry, showing that hard work, dedication, and consistency will lead to success.
Ronald Gavril Fight Record
|23||Dec 18, 2020||34||Miguel Vazquez||Win||TKO3|
|22||Dec 7, 2018||32||Antowyan Aikens||Win||TKO2|
|21||Feb 17, 2018||31||David Benavidez||Loss||UD|
|20||Sep 8, 2017||31||David Benavidez||Loss||SD|
|19||Apr 29, 2017||30||Decarlo Pérez||Win||KO3|
|18||Oct 9, 2016||30||Christopher Brooker||Win||TKO10|
|17||May 13, 2016||29||Juan Camilo Novoa||Win||TKO4|
|16||Dec 18, 2015||29||Mariano Hilario||Win||TKO4|
|15||Sep 12, 2015||29||Scott Sigmon||Win||RTD8|
|14||Jun 21, 2015||28||Jessie Nicklow||Win||UD|
|13||Apr 30, 2015||28||Oscar Riojas||Win||UD|
|12||Mar 28, 2015||28||Elvin Ayala||Loss||UD|
|11||Dec 12, 2014||28||Jose Miguel Rodriguez Berrio||Win||KO1|
|10||Aug 30, 2014||28||Thomas Falowo||Win||TKO7|
|9||May 3, 2014||27||Tyrell Hendrix||Win||TKO4|
|8||Feb 28, 2014||27||Cameron Allen||Win||TKO3|
|7||Sep 14, 2013||27||Shujaa El Amin||Win||UD|
|6||Aug 24, 2013||27||Dave Courchaine||Win||KO2|
|5||Jul 19, 2013||27||Jas Phipps||Win||TKO5|
|4||May 4, 2013||26||Roberto Yong||Win||TKO3|
|3||Jul 6, 2012||25||Kenneth Taylor Schmitz||Win||TKO1|
|2||Feb 9, 2012||25||Andrejs Loginovs||Win||UD|
|1||Dec 1, 2011||25||Gilbert Gastelum||Win||TKO3|