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35 - 1
28 KOs
Lightweight

A true phenom of the ring who has already compiled an 31-1 professional record before even turning 21, Mexican lightweight Roberto “Tito” Manzanarez is one of the brightest young stars in boxing today, and he has his sights set on a world championship in the coming years.

Fighter Stats

Nickname:
Tito
Height:
5'7"
Birthdate:
December 17, 1994
Age:
22
Birthplace:
Phoenix, Arizona
Hometown:
Los Mochis, Mexico
Stance:
Orthodox

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Biography

A true phenom of the ring who has already compiled an 31-1 professional record before even turning 21, Mexican lightweight Roberto “Tito” Manzanarez is one of the brightest young stars in boxing today, and he has his sights set on a world championship in the coming years. Hailing from the boxing hotbed of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico, Manzanarez, has been fighting professionally since the age of 15, when he stopped Jose Rosario Lopez in the first round on March 19, 2010. From that point on, he has fought as often as he could, learning his trade on the job against tough opposition like 6-1 Edgar Martinez and 17-5 David Solorio. On May 26, 2012, Manzanarez rose from the canvas against 8-2 Juan Jimenez to finish his foe later in the first round; these kinds of exciting performances garnered “Tito” a sizable fan base. On November 17, 2012, the 21-0 Manzanarez was upset by veteran Alejandro Barrera via sixth round TKO, but “Tito” roared right back with three knockout victories before avenging his first and only loss by knocking Barrera out three rounds on November 16, 2013, almost a year to the date after their first bout. With that order of business taken care of, Manzanarez has reeled off six more wins, four by knockout, including a 2014 stoppage of Ricardo Castillo. In his most recent bout, Manzanarez stopped Daniel Valenzuela in two rounds on June 19, 2015 to improve to 31-1 with 25 knockouts.