Jessie Vargas 2 Weight World Champion SIGNED Lonsdale Glove

Jessie Vargas 2 Weight World Champion SIGNED Lonsdale Glove

Jessie Vargas 2 weight World champion SIGNED Lonsdale glove.

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Jessie Vargas (born May 10, 1989) is an American. He is the current WBO welterweight champion, having previously held the WBA (Regular) and IBO light welterweight titles.

Amateur Career
Jessie had an amateur career of 120–20. He was a two-time Mexican National Champion, a two U.S. Junior National Champion and was a member of the 2008 Mexican Olympic Team.

Professional Career
Early Career
In September 2008, Vargas won his pro debut against the undefeated Joel Gonzalez by first round K.O.

Vargas got attention when, during a fight against Trenton Titsworth, Vargas was kissed on the neck and he responded by hitting Titsworth during the break. Titsworth was docked two points, Vargas one.

In his twelfth fight he knocked out a former IBO Light Welterweight Champion Daniel Sarmiento of Argentina. The bout was the main event of FSN's Fight Night Club. In his next fight Vargas won an eight-round unanimous decision against Mexican Ramón Montaño on the undercard of Amir Khan vs Marcos Maidana.

On April 8, 2011, Vargas stopped former WBA Light Welterweight Champion, Vivian Harris. This bout was televised on TeleFutura.

On March 16, 2013, Vargas won a unanimous decision against Wale Omotoso.

Light Welterweight
On April 12, 2014, Vargas won his first World championship when he defeated Khabib Allakhverdiev by unanimous decision for WBA and IBO junior welterweight titles.

Vargas vs DeMarco
On November 22, 2014, Vargas made his second title defence against Mexican superstar and former lightweight World champion, Antonio DeMarco. This fight took place at The Venetian Macao in Macau, SAR on the undercard of Pacquiao vs Chris Algieri.

Vargas vs Bradley
Vargas fought Timothy Bradley on June 27, 2015 at Stubhub Center. Bradley pretty much dominated the exchanges throughout, punishing Vargas repeatedly to the body and head. While absorbing major damage, Vargas had showed the ability to hurt Bradley and with 20 seconds left in round 12 landed a massive punch that buckled Bradley's knees and had him stumbling across the ring. Vargas followed him and landed 2 more head shots before being tied up near the ropes. The referee heard the 10 second warning and mistakenly signaled that the fight was over with 7–8 seconds remaining. Vargas believed he had TKO'd Bradley and celebrated atop the turnbuckle. When order was restored it was ruled that the referee's mistake was impossible to fix and the fight would go to the scorecards. Bradley, at that point, deserved the unanimous decision. Vargas has called for a rematch.

Vargas vs Ali
After Bradley decided against the rematch, instead opting to fight Manny Pacquiao for a third time. The WBO Welterweight title became vacant. It was announced that Vargas would still have a chance at the World title against Sadam Ali. In the fight, Vargas landed the more effective blows in what wasn't really a close fight. Vargas knocked down Ali in rounds eight and nine. Vargas landed a brutal body shot followed by a right to the head to knock him out on his feet and win the vacant WBO World title. Vargas was ahead on all judges scorecards at the time of TKO (79-72, 77-74 twice). Vargas credited new trainer Dewey Cooper, his sixth trainer in eight years as a pro, for the game plan and conditioning. Vargas landed 159 punches from his 428 thrown compared to 118 landed from 408 from Ali.

Vargas vs Brook
It was announced on May 12, 2016 that negotiations for a unification fight with IBF titleholder Kell Brook (36-0, 25 KOs) were under way. Hearn told Sky Sports he had "offered a huge amount of money" to make the fight happen and while he conceded Brook might have to travel to America, Vargas insists he is willing to cross the Atlantic. The contracts are supposed to signed in the coming week.