Baek In-chul

In-Chul Baek (born December 20, 1961) is a Korean professional boxer in the super middleweight division who held the World Boxing Association and Lineal super middleweight championship.

In Chul Baek
Statistics
Real nameBaek In-Chul
Weight(s)Super Middleweight
NationalitySouth Korea South Korean
Born (1961-12-20) December 20, 1961 (age 59)
Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights50
Wins47
Wins by KO43
Losses3

Boxing careerEdit

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.[1] He defended the title twice before losing it to Christophe Tiozzo on March 30, 1990. Baek retired after that fight.

Professional boxing recordEdit

Professional record summary
50 fights 47 wins 3 losses
By knockout 43 2
By decision 4 1
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
50 Loss 47–3   Christophe Tiozzo TKO 6 (12) 30/03/1990   Lyon, France Lost WBA and lineal super middleweight titles
49 Win 47–2   Yoshiaki Tajima RTD 7 (12) 13/01/1990   Ulsan, South Korea Retained WBA and lineal super middleweight titles
48 Win 46–2   Ron Essett TKO 11 (12) 08/10/1989   Seoul, South Korea Retained WBA and lineal super middleweight titles
47 Win 45–2   Fulgencio Obelmejias TKO 11 (12) 28/05/1989   Yeosu, South Korea Won WBA and lineal super middleweight titles
46 Win 44–2   Chong-Pal Park KO 9 22/12/1988   Seoul, South Korea
45 Win 43–2   Jae-Ok Kim KO 6 30/07/1988   Bugok, South Korea Retained OPBF middleweight title
44 Win 42–2   Ketut Udiana KO 2 17/04/1988   Nonsan, South Korea Won OPBF middleweight title
43 Loss 41–2   Julian Jackson TKO 3 21/11/1987   Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For WBA light middleweight title
42 Win 41–1   Hideo Kawamoto KO 2 12/07/1987   Anyang, South Korea
41 Win 40–1   Paul James UD 10 15/03/1987   Taebaek, South Korea
40 Win 39–1   Jun-Suk Hwang UD 12 18/10/1986   Incheon, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
39 Win 38–1   Chang-Hwan Noh KO 5 27/07/1986   Jeonju, South Korea
38 Win 37–1   Sang-Do Jung SD 12 28/06/1986   Pohang, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
37 Win 36–1   Troy Waters SD 12 15/03/1986   Gangneung, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
36 Win 35–1   Fred Hutchings KO 9 27/10/1985   Busan, South Korea
35 Win 34–1   Alberto Bapaimo KO 3 13/07/1985   Chungju, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
34 Win 33–1   Jae-Hyung Yuh KO 5 20/04/1985   Seoul, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
33 Win 32–1   Hendris Salmon KO 2 12/01/1985   Gwangju, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
32 Win 31–1   Alberto Bapaimo KO 4 23/07/1984   Osan, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
31 Win 30–1   Mike DeGuzman KO 3 24/03/1984   Ulsan, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
30 Win 29–1   Sakaraia Ve KO 6 07/01/1984   Daejeon, South Korea
29 Win 28–1   Satanfa Pratip KO 3 13/11/1983   Jeju City, South Korea
28 Win 27–1   Yohi Arai KO 5 10/07/1983   Daejeon, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
27 Loss 26–1   Sean Mannion PTS 10 19/05/1983   Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
26 Win 26–0   Jong-Ho Kim KO 7 27/03/1983   Jinju, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
25 Win 25–0   Jesus Gonzalez KO 3 27/02/1983   Daejeon, South Korea
24 Win 24–0   Romy Angeles KO 3 02/01/1983   Daejeon, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
23 Win 23–0   Kngrag Vorchareenrat KO 3 11/12/1982   Seoul, South Korea
22 Win 22–0   Yohi Arai KO 10 23/10/1982   Cheongju, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
21 Win 21–0   Fred Galang KO 3 26/09/1982   Daegu, South Korea
20 Win 20–0   Antonio Leyva KO 2 04/07/1982   Daejeon, South Korea
19 Win 19–0   Michihiro Horihata KO 2 13/06/1982   Busan, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
18 Win 18–0   Ibrahim Mohammed KO 3 24/04/1982   Gwangju, South Korea
17 Win 17–0   Kenji Miyata KO 9 21/03/1982   Busan, South Korea
16 Win 16–0   Alberto Cruz KO 2 14/02/1982   Daejeon, South Korea Retained OPBF light middleweight title
15 Win 15–0   Sang Ho Lee KO 12 27/12/1981   Seoul, South Korea Won OPBF light middleweight title
14 Win 14–0   Joe Willisco KO 3 28/11/1981   Seoul, South Korea
13 Win 13–0   Aquilino Nicolas KO 2 31/10/1981   Seoul, South Korea
12 Win 12–0   Jin-Nam Kim KO 3 11/10/1981   Daejeon, South Korea
11 Win 11–0   Alberto Cruz KO 3 21/08/1981   Daegu, South Korea
10 Win 10–0 {{flagicon|Philippines]] Conrado Salinas KO 2 23/06/1981   Daejeon, South Korea
9 Win 9–0   Hiroshi Izumiya KO 3 19/04/1981   Seoul, South Korea
8 Win 8–0   Young-Sil Jung KO 4 14/02/1981   Seoul, South Korea
7 Win 7–0   Bok-Kyu Lim KO 3 07/12/1980   Seoul, South Korea
6 Win 6–0   Jang-Ho Choi KO 3 29/11/1980   Seoul, South Korea
5 Win 5–0   Sun-Kap Choi KO 4 22/11/1980   Seoul, South Korea
4 Win 4–0   Byung-Chun Choi KO 3 21/11/1980   Seoul, South Korea
3 Win 3–0   Jong-Hyun Park KO 1 25/09/1980   Seoul, South Korea
2 Win 2–0   Young-Chil Yang KO 2 08/06/1980   Seoul, South Korea
1 Win 1–0   Joong-Jung Park KO 2 09/05/1980   Seoul, South Korea

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Baek In-chul - Lineal Super Middleweight Champion". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia.

External linksEdit

Achievements
Preceded by
Fulgencio Obelmejias
Lineal Super Middleweight Champion
28 May 1989 – 30 March 1990
Succeeded by
Christophe Tiozzo
Preceded by
Fulgencio Obelmejias
WBA Super Middleweight Champion
28 May 1989 – 30 March 1990
Succeeded by
Christophe Tiozzo