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David Diaz

Birthday, Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & Facts

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David Diaz’s Birthday Highlights

Birth Name

David Diaz

Place Of Birth

Chicago, US

Age

46 years old

Birth Date

June 06, 1976

Star Sign

Taurus

David Diaz Facts

Child Star?

No

Occupation

Professional Boxer

Net Worth

$15 million

Height

1.7m (5'5"")

Nationality

American

Chinese Year

Year of the Dragon

About David Diaz

On June 7, 1976, David Diaz was born in Chicago, Illinois.

Also known as Dangerous David Diaz, he is a professional boxer who achieved fame by maintaining an undefeated record for several years. His record as a boxer is exemplary.

David Diaz has fought in the lightweight category and the light welterweight category. During his 15-year-long career, he has participated in 41 fights and has only lost four times. Young people consider him their idol for such an impeccable record.

Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is David Diaz's net worth?

David Diaz's net worth is pegged at $15 million.

How much does David Diaz earn per year?

Details on the annual income of David Diaz are unavailable.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is David Diaz?

David Diaz is 5 ft 6 in (168 cm) tall.

How old is David Diaz?

David Diaz will celebrate his 46th birthday on June 7, 2022, as he was born in the year 1976 in Chicago, Illinois.

Childhood And Education

On June 7, 1976, David Diaz was born in Chicago, Illinois. He is 46 years old and lives in Chicago, mentoring young boxers. His zodiac sign is Cancer. Not much is known about his parents, childhood, and education.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is David Diaz dating?

David Diaz's dating life is a mystery, and not much is known about it as he prefers to keep his personal life away from the spotlight.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

David Diaz is famous for his impeccable record of 26-0 in his initial years of boxing before he lost by a technical knockout.

When David Diaz made his debut in 1996 as a pro, he had a record of 175 fights in his amateur background. After starting his career in 1996, David Diaz lost his first fight by a technical knockout (TKO) to Kendall Holt on February 4, 2005, and lost his image of being undefeated. This match took place in Foxwoods Resort Casino, Ledyard, Connecticut, United States.

In August 2007, in a match that took place at Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois, Diaz came into the news for defeating a Mexican legend, Erik Morales, due to a controversial decision. In a match between Manny Pacquiao and David Diaz in June 2008, David lost the match and his title of WBC lightweight champion.

David Diaz's 15 years of career looks prestigious due to his memorable fights with renowned boxers like Robert Frankel, Erik Morales, Jesús Chávez, Manny Pacquiao, Humberto Soto, and many others.

His last boxing match in 2011 took place in Horseshoe Casino, Hammond, Indiana, United States, against Hank Lundy. Unfortunately, he lost the battle.

What awards has David Diaz won?

David Diaz has bagged Chicago Golden Gloves four times and National Golden gloves three times. He held the WBC lightweight title from 2007 to 2008.

David Diaz's Hobbies And Interests

David Diaz actively participates in events related to the Mexican-American community.

Other Interesting David Diaz Facts And Trivia

  • 26th Street, Mexican Independence Parade of the Pilsen, Chicago, selected David Diaz as Grand Marshall in September 2013.
  • David Diaz endorsed Bill Evans to be Cook County Sheriff for 2014.
  • David Diaz announced his retirement in 2012.
  • He mentors youth in his free time.
  • Between 1996-2011, David Diaz fought 41 fights and won 36 out of them, and one fight was a draw against Ramazan Paliani 2005.
  • For the interim title, he defeated José Armando Santa Cruz in August 2006.
  • He maintained a record of 26-0 before he faced his first defeat.
  • During his career, David Diaz had bouts with legendary wrestlers like Manny Pacquiao, Humberto Soto, and Erik Morales.
  • He has won against Marcos Antonio Rodriguez, Mark Andreske, 
    Alberto Sepulveda, Emanuel Augustus, Franco Ogentho, Rafael Salas, and many others have 17 wins by knockout.

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