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Malcolm Tunacao
(Malcolm Alindajaol Tunacao )

BORN   December 8 1978; Cambaro, Mandaue City, Philippines
HEIGHT 5-7
WEIGHT 110-122 3/4 lbs
MANAGERS Wakee Salud, Yasuo Matsuoka
TRAINER Brix Flores

Tunacao is a capable boxer with a solid punch; During his career, he has won the WBC Flyweight Championship of the World

Malcolm has defeated such men as Medgoen Singsurat, Pornchai Sithpraprom, Buddy LedamaRio Sumampong, Yasuo Kijima and Takafumi Himeno

1998
Aug  1 Manuel Ferego              Mandaue City, Philippines         TK  2
Sep 26 Marlon Gayundato           Mandaue City, Philippines         TK  4
Nov 28 Alpong Navaja              Mandaue City, Philippines          W 10 

1999
Jan 15 Zosimo Delgado             Cebu, Philippines                  W 10
Feb 27 Nelson Mantos              Talisay City, Philippines         KO  3
Mar 20 Emer Barrientos            Mandaue City, Philippines         KO  1
Apr 30 Junric Velono              Cebu, Philippines                 KO  2
May 30 Mateo Baring               Cebu, Philppines                  KO  3 
Sep 25 Rio Sumampong              Talisay City, Philippines          W 12
          -Flyweight Championship of the Philippines

2000
Jan 29 Buddy Ledama               Cebu, Philippines                 WF  3
          -Flyweight Championship of the Philippines
          Some sources report "W 12"
May 19 Medgoen 3k-Battery Singsurat Udon Thani, Thailand            TK  7
          -WBC Flyweight Championship of the World
Aug 20 Celes Kobayashi            Tokyo, Japan                       D 12 
          -WBC Flyweight Championship of the World

2001
Mar  2 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam      Pichit, Thailand                  LT  1
          -WBC Flyweight Championship of the World
Jul 28 Randy Mangubat             Manila, Philippines               TD  4 
          -WBC International Flyweight Championship;
          Some sources report "Paranaque City, Philippines"

2002
Feb  8 Pornchai Sithpraprom       Cebu, Philippines                 TK  7 
Jul 26 Kakhar Sabitov             Cebu  Philippines                 TK  5 
Nov 18 Kazuyoshi Niki             Kitakyushu, Japan                 TK  3 
          -Some sources report "Kokura, Japan"

2003
Sep 26 Ringgo Jaguar              Antipolo City, Philippines        KO  5
          -WBC International Super Flyweight Championship

2004
Sep 19 Bernard Uclos              Mandaue City, Philippines          W 10

2005
Feb 14 Takafumi Himeno            Tokyo, Japan                      TK  9
Jul 18 Ryoichi Hidaka             Osaka, Japan                      TK  7
Nov 19 Kumarnthong Por Pluemkamo  Tokyo, Japan                       W 12
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship

2006
Feb  5 Kohei Ohba                 Nagoya, Japan                      D 12
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship
May  6 Yasuo Kijima               Tokyo, Japan                      TK 11
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship
Nov 11 Masahito Igawa             Tokyo, Japan                       W 10

2007
Jan 13 Rolly Matsushita           Tokyo, Japan                      TL 10
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship

2008
May 31 Rashid Ally                Lahug, Cebu City, Philippines     TK  1
Sep 20 Monico Laurente            Mandaue, Cebu City, Philippines    W 12
          -Bantamweight Championship of the Philippines
2009
Jul 14 Takuto Nanba               Kobe, Japan                        W  8

2010
Feb  6 Seung-Suk Chae             Mungyeong, South Korea             W 12
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship
Jul 11 Kohei Oba                  Nagoya, Japan                      W 12
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship
Nov  2 Hidenobu Honda             Kobe, Japan                       TK  5
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship

2011
Feb  5 Daigo Nakahiro             Osaka, Japan                      TK  6
          -OPBF Bantamweight Championship
Oct 21 Chatpetch Sithmorseng      Kobe, Japan                       TK  4

2012
Mar  3 Yuki Takemoto              Kobe, Japan                       TK  4
Sep 15 Martin Mubiru              Nagoya, Japan                      W  8
Dec 22 Christian Esquivel         Kobe, Japan                       TK  7

*** The Following Bout Is Reported But Not Confirmed ***

1999
       Alpong Navaja                                                 W   

Record courtesy of Matt Tegen, Historian, International Boxing Research Organization

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