Jezreel Corrales

Born Jul 12, 1991
Nationality Panama Panama
Nickname El Invisible

Jezreel Gonzalez Corrales is a professional boxer who was born on July 12, 1991. The Panamanian boxer stands 5 feet and six inches and comes with a 67-inch reach. He plays the southpaw stance and had been the WBA Super featherweight champion in 2016 and 2017.

At the young age of 17, Corrales made his professional boxing debut. His first fight was with Johnatan Calderon on February 13, 2009. He won this fight via unanimous decision. His second fight on the other hand was with Jhonatan Arenas on April 30, 2009. Unfortunately, he lost this fight by unanimous decision. This first professional loss was his last fight in 2009.

From 2010 to 2011, Corrales had a total of 7 fights. In 2010, he had 3 fights which started with Antonio Luy on June 17. Corrales won this fight via unanimous decision. He also won his second fight in 2010 against Saul Cedeno. It was his third and last fight of this year that made a great impact on his career. This happened when he fought with Roris Samudio and won over technical knockout in the first round. His fights in 2011 are also all wins over Omar Anderson, Jose Forero, Javier Coronado, and Rolando Giono.

It was in 2012 when Corrales won his first title. This happened during his fight with Rolando Giono wherein he won by split decision and earned the Panamanian featherweight title. His second fight during this year was with Antonio Fernandez wherein he impressively won a first-round technical knockout. His win allowed him to retain his featherweight title and earn the WBC FECARBOX interim featherweight title. In addition, his last fight in 2012 was with Fabian Marimon wherein he won by unanimous decision.

From 2013 to 2017, Corrales won all his fights except for the one with Alberto Machado, which happened on October 21, 2017, in the United States. He also had a fight that initially resulted in a unanimous decision win but later declared as a no-contest fight. In addition, Corrales earned several titles during this span of years. These include the South American super featherweight, WBA Fedecaribe super featherweight, and the WBA super featherweight titles.

After 2017, Corrales only had managed to participate in 3 fights. He won only one of these fights, which was when he fought with Onalvi Sierra on April 30, 2019.

Boxing Record

  • Total Fights: 28
  • Wins: 23
  • Losses: 4
  • No Contests: 1

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