Omar Andres Narvaez holds a historic mark of successfully defending his WBO flyweight title an astonishing 16 consecutive times (the record was previously held by fellow countrymen Carlos Monzon). He currently holds the WBO Jr. Bantamweight belt which he won by defeating Everth Briceno by unanimous decision (the belt previously vacated by Jorge Arce). Adding to his streak of consecutive title defenses (although in a different division), Narvaez has already defended his title three times. Looking to add to his glory, Narvaez went up in weight to challenge WBO/WBC Bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire on October 22, 2011, to try and capture his third title in a different division. Unfortunately, Narvaez was unable to capitalize on the oportunity; losing a lop-sided unanimous decision against Donaire.
1. WBO Flyweight Champion
2. WBO Jr. Bantamweight Champion