Rated at: Featherweight Super Bantamweight
Height: 5'8 (171cm)
Weight: 122 lbs
Reach: 70 in (178 cm)
Record: 25 Wins, 2 Loses, 19 KO's, 0 Draws
Rounds boxed 127 KO% 70.37
Chris Avalos began fighting and training at the age of 11 years old. He has a record of over a 106 amateur bouts. Including victories in Golden Gloves, Silver Gloves, The Desert Showdown and The Junior Olympics. He was born and raised in California. He trains at Durango Boxing with his trainer and father Felipe Avalos.
Christopher Matthew Avalos (born November 5, 1989 in San Deigo, CA) is a Mexican American boxer in the Super Bantamweight division.
IBF Pan Pacific Title
-WBO NABO Championship
-WBO Inter-Continental Super Bantamweight Title
-NABA USA Super Bantamweight Title
On April 24th, 2010. Avalos stopped the veteran John Alberto Molina to win the WBO Bantamweight Championship.
On October 6th, 2011. Khabir Suleymanov down once in each of rounds one and three. Avalos deducted a point in the third round. Judge: Sergio Caiz 97-90 | judge: Marshall Walker 96-91 | judge: Kermit Bayless 95-92 in favor of Avalos. Giving "The Hitman" the decision and handing Suleymanov his first defeat.
On July 12th 2013. Chris won the Vacant WBO/NABO Title in a 10-round bout against Filipino Super bantamweight Drain "Golden Fists" Francisco. Judges C.J. Ross 97-93: Robert Hoyle 96-94: Patricia Morse Jarman 97-93 in a unanimous decision.
On May 31st 2014. Chris won the IBF PAN PACIFIC Super Bantamweight title with an 8th round TKO over Yasutaka Ishimoto 24-6-0-7 KO's at the Cotai Arena, in the Venetian Resort, Macao Macao S.A.R, China. time of the stoppage was 0:44 seconds into round eight.