Danny Romero Biography
Daniel Gregorio “Danny” Romero is a retired American boxer. He is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is best known as a boxer. He is most famous in boxer’s list nicknamed “Kid Dynamite”. He is an IBF flyweight and Super flyweight Champion.
Danny Romero Age
He was born on July 12 1974 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Heb is 44 years of age as of now.
Danny Romero Writer
Romero does occasional television jobs, specifically for the Showtime boxing network as well as commercials and movies. Developed his own promotional company called “Danny Romero Productions.” The company promotes shows of any kind and currently has professional fighters signed to the company. A private boxing gym was purchased to provide his fighters with elite training. The gym prepares Danny as well as his pro fighters for possible upcoming events.
Danny Romero Fights
Danny Romero Career
His first fight of his professional was on September 14, 1992, when he knocked out Raul Hernandez in the first round at Phoenix, Arizona. His first eight bouts all took place in the Phoenix area, and he won all, seven by knockout. His first fight outside Phoenix was on April 13, 1993, when he knocked out Alberto Cantu in three rounds at Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. On May 22 of that year, he had his first professional fight in his hometown, Albuquerque New Mexico USA, knocking out Silverio Porras in two rounds.
He won five more bouts in a row, including a victory over former Alex Sanchez world title challenger Orlando Malone, before having his first chance to fight for a belt: On May 5, 1994, he knocked out Brian Lonon in two rounds to win the NABF regional Flyweight title. He retained the title four times, and added three non-title victories, before challenging for a world championship for the first time.
On April 22, 1995, he became the IBF’s world Flyweight champion with a twelve round unanimous decision over Francisco Tejedor, at the MGM Grand Arena, in Las Vegas. He defended the title once, then faced the unheralded Willy Salazar in a non-title bout, on September 8. He suffered a 7th round TKO loss to Salazar, in what Ring Magazine heralded as the “upset of the year” for 1995. In that fight he was ahead on all score cards before having the fight stopped due to an eye injury. He bounced back with a first round knockout victory over former WBO world Flyweight champion Jose Quirino.
Danny Romero Net Worth
He has an estimated Net Worth of $100K-1M
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Danny Romero Height
- Weight – Fly weight
- Height – 5ft (165 cm.)