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CompuBox: Oldest Fighters To Hold The Lightweight Title

CompuBox takes a look a the oldest fighters to hold the lightweight crown in the history of the sport. The man at the top of the list, Juan Manuel Marquez, defends the WBA/WBO lightweights titles this Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

OLDEST TO HOLD A LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE
 
CHAMPION                           AGE
Juan Manuel Marquez       37 years 105 days 
Nate Campbell                36 years 353 days 
Artur Grigorian                36 years 84 days 
Jean Baptiste Mendy        36 years 34 days 
Joe Brown                       35 years 347 days 
Leavander Johnson           35 years 276 days 
Joel Casamayor                35 years 96 days

(ages of Campbell, Grigorian, Mendy, Brown, Johnson & Casamayor when they lost title)

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Akucapri on 11-25-2010

Damn Marquez is 37 now?

Comment by cleaner147 on 11-25-2010

[QUOTE=REDRUM619;9660321]hell yea its an honor being the oldest champion means your doing something right[/QUOTE] maybe its drinkin piss

Comment by REDRUM619 on 11-24-2010

[QUOTE=MAЯA;9658853]lmfo JMM is a grandpa who is leading the list ahahhahaha what an honor[/QUOTE] hell yea its an honor being the oldest champion means your doing something right

Comment by cleaner147 on 11-24-2010

lmfo JMM is a grandpa who is leading the list ahahhahaha what an honor

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