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1. Wilfred Benitez

Wilfred Benitez

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Surely the undisputed kingpin in the context of fistic precociousness, Benitez turned pro at the tender age of 14 before winning the first of 3 world titles at the expense of legendary WBC light welterweight champion Antonio Cervantes in San Juan in 1976.

Wilfred was 17 years and 3 months old and it seems inconceivable that his landmark could ever be surpassed today.

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