Juan “Baby Bull” Diaz
Former unified WBA, WBO, IBF, and IBO Lightweight World Champion, Juan Diaz, began boxing at the age of 8. After a prolific amateur career where he earned 13 National Gold Medals, 2 National Silver Gloves Championships, and amassed a record of 105 wins with only 5 losses, Juan turned pro at age 16. In four short years, he became one of the youngest title holders in boxing history, earning his first world championship at the age of 20. Along the way, he fought the best in his division en route to six successful title defenses. By the age of 24, Juan had become the unified champion of the lightweight division.
Juan graduated from high school with honors and received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Houston-Downtown.