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Juan Dominguez Statistics Real name Juan Dominguez Nickname(s) Baby Tito Rated at Super Bantamweight Nationality Dominican Birth date February 9, 1986 Birth place Santiago, Dominican Republic Stance Orthodox Boxing record Total fights 4 Wins 4 Wins by KO 2 Losses 0 Juan Dominguez is a Dominican professional boxer. His nicknames is "Baby Tito" in reference to his boxing style being similar to that of FĂ©lix Trinidad. Dominguez was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic and now resides in Brooklyn, New York. Contents 1 Amateur 2 Professional 3 References 4 External links // Amateur In 2004, Dominguez won a New York Metro Golden Gloves Championship at 112lbs defeating Mervin Santana in the finals. Professional Dominguez made his professional debut against Francisco Palacios on February 22nd 2007. The fight took place at Roseland Ballroom in New York City, New York. Dominguez won the fight by Unanimous Decision. On July 21st 2007, Dominguez fought his second fight on the "Coming to Fight" under card held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, headlined by Bernard Hopkins and Winky Wright. Dominguez defeated his opponent, Lucian Gonzalez, by a Majority Decision. Dominguez's third fight took place at Cicero Stadium, Cicero, Illinois. The fight was apart of "New Blood", People's Champ Boxing's first promotional event. Dominguez defeated Marsay Buggs via a second round Technical Knockout. On April 11th, 2009 Dominguez won via 1st Round Knockout over Ramon Flores. The fight ended at 2:10 as a result of a Dominguez body shot. The fight was held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino and was part of the card headlined by Paul Williams (boxer) and Winky Wright. References External links Professional boxing record for Juan Dominguez (boxer) from BoxRec People's Champ Boxing http://www.peopleschampboxing.com/fighters.html