In a career spanning 13 years and 10 months, Alfonso Gómez fought 33 times with 25 wins, 6 losses, and 2 draws. By his last professional fight on March 20, 2015, Gómez' boxing record stood at 25-6-2 (12 KO wins, 2 KO losses).
Alfonso Gómez is a retired Mexican professional boxer. He was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on October 28, 1980. Gómez made his professional boxing debut at the age of 20 on May 19, 2001. He retired without winning a world title. He is 42 years old, and will be turning 43 in 6 months and 29 days.
|Total Title Wins||0|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||0|
|Losses via KO||2|
|33||Mar 20, 2015||34||Yoshihiro Kamegai||Win||UD|
|32||Jul 9, 2014||33||Ed Paredes||Win||UD|
|31||Jul 28, 2012||31||Shawn Porter||Loss||UD|
|30||Sep 17, 2011||30||Canelo Álvarez||Loss||TKO6|
|29||May 21, 2011||30||Calvin Green||Win||KO2|
|28||Mar 13, 2010||29||José Luis Castillo||Win||RTD6|
|27||Nov 14, 2009||29||Jesús Soto Karass||Win||TD|
|26||Aug 29, 2009||28||Raúl Muñoz||Win||KO1|
|25||May 1, 2009||28||Juan Manuel Buendia||Win||TKO8|
|24||Apr 12, 2008||27||Miguel Cotto||Loss||RTD5|
|23||Oct 16, 2007||26||Ben Tackie||Win||UD|
|22||Jul 14, 2007||26||Arturo Gatti||Win||TKO7|
|21||Mar 30, 2007||26||Martin Concepcion||Win||TKO7|
|20||Aug 25, 2006||25||Carson Jones||Win||TKO8|
|19||May 4, 2006||25||Jesse Feliciano||Draw||MD|
|18||Oct 15, 2005||24||Luciano Perez||Win||TKO4|
|17||May 24, 2005||24||Jesse Brinkley||Win||UD|
|16||Sep 23, 2004||23||Peter Manfredo Jr.||Loss||UD|
|15||Sep 15, 2004||23||Ahmed Khaddour||Win||UD|
|14||Aug 18, 2004||23||Peter Manfredo Jr.||Win||UD|
|13||Feb 28, 2004||23||Julio Cesar Lanzas||Win||UD|
|12||Nov 22, 2003||23||Patrick Thompson||Win||TKO5|
|11||Sep 13, 2003||22||Jose Antonio Ojeda||Win||MD|
|10||Jul 19, 2003||22||Antonio Garcia||Win||KO2|
|9||May 10, 2003||22||Juan Carlos Amezcua||Win||TKO3|
|8||Feb 28, 2003||22||Jesse Feliciano||Loss||UD|
|7||Jan 24, 2003||22||Michael Santos||Win||UD|
|6||Nov 1, 2002||22||Dumont Welliver||Win||UD|
|5||Mar 29, 2002||21||Leobardo Roman||Draw||SD|
|4||Dec 28, 2001||21||Jesse Feliciano||Win||SD|
|3||Oct 25, 2001||20||Antonio Garcia||Win||KO1|
|2||Jun 15, 2001||20||Ishe Smith||Loss||UD|
|1||May 19, 2001||20||Pedro Antonio Ochoa||Win||SD|
Alfonso Gómez' professional boxing career spanned more than 13 years — from 2001 to 2015.
Gómez made his professional boxing debut against Pedro Antonio Ochoa at the age of 20 on May 19, 2001, defeating Ochoa via 4 round split-decision.
Gómez had his first world title fight at the age of 27 on April 12, 2008 after 23 professional fights, against Miguel Cotto for the WBA title. He lost to Cotto via 5th round RTD.
Some of Gómez' best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Arturo Gatti, Calvin Green, José Luis Castillo, Raúl Muñoz, Juan Manuel Buendia, Yoshihiro Kamegai, and Carson Jones.
Alfonso Gómez had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career — two of them in title bouts and four in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Ishe Smith via 4 round unanimous decision on June 15, 2001. He has been stopped two times and lost four times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Alfonso Gómez' losses".
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Japanese boxer Yoshihiro Kamegai on March 20, 2015. Gómez won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision. It's been 8 years and 9 days since this fight.
Gómez retired from professional boxing with a record of 25-6-2, which included 12 knockout wins and two losses via knockout.
A 34-year old Alfonso Gómez (24-6-2, 12 KO) fought Japanese boxer Yoshihiro Kamegai, who was 32 years old with a record of 25-2-1. Kamegai was on a one-fight win streak with 22 KO wins. Both the boxers were of the same height but Kamegai had a 5 cm reach advantage over Gómez.
Gómez defeated Kamegai via 10 round unanimous decision.
A 31-year old Alfonso Gómez (23-5-2, 12 KO) fought an undefeated American boxer Shawn Porter, who was 24 years old with a record of 19-0. Porter was on a 19-fight win streak with 14 KO wins. Gómez was the taller of the two by 5 cms but Porter had a 2 cm reach advantage over Gómez.
Gómez lost to Porter via 10 round unanimous decision.
A 30-year old Alfonso Gómez (23-4-2, 12 KO) faced an undefeated fellow Mexican boxer Canelo Álvarez, who was 21 years old with a record of 37-0-1. Gómez was challenging Álvarez' WBC super-welterweight title. Álvarez was on a 33-fight win streak with 27 KO wins. Gómez was the taller of the two by 2 cms but Álvarez had a 4 cm reach advantage over Gómez.
Gómez lost to Canelo via 6th round TKO.
A 29-year old Alfonso Gómez (21-4-2, 10 KO) fought fellow Mexican boxer José Luis Castillo, who was 36 years old with a record of 60-9-1. Castillo was on a four-fight win streak with 52 KO wins. Gómez was the taller of the two by 4 cms but both had the same reach.
Gómez defeated Castillo via 6th round RTD.
A 27-year old Alfonso Gómez (18-3-2, 8 KO) challended an undefeated Puerto Rican boxer Miguel Cotto's WBA welterweight champion and defended the title. Cotto was 27 years old with a record of 31-0. Cotto was on a 31-fight win streak with 25 KO wins. Gómez was the taller of the two by 5 cms and also had a 5 cm reach advantage.
Gómez lost to Cotto via 5th round RTD.
A 26-year old Alfonso Gómez (16-3-2, 7 KO) fought Canadian boxer Arturo Gatti, who was 35 years old with a record of 40-8. Gatti was on a one-fight losing streak. Gómez was the taller of the two by 2 cms but Gatti had a 3 cm reach advantage over Gómez.
Gómez defeated Gatti via 7th round TKO.
A 20-year old Alfonso Gómez (1-0) fought an undefeated American boxer Ishe Smith, who was 22 years old with a record of 3-0. Smith was on a three-fight win streak with 3 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 5 cm reach advantage over Gómez.
Gómez lost to Smith via 4 round unanimous decision. He suffers the first loss of his career.
Gómez knocked out 12 of his 33 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 36.4%. Of his total 25 wins, 12 of them were via KO (48%).
Gómez had six losses. Shawn Porter, Canelo Álvarez, Miguel Cotto, Peter Manfredo Jr., and Jesse Feliciano are some of the boxers who have beaten Gómez.