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Daniel Roman Record

Total Fights34
Title Wins2
Title Defenses4
Title-Fight KOs2
KO Wins10
KO Losses0
Daniel Roman Record & Stats
Daniel Roman's Record
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      What is Daniel Roman's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 11 years and seven months, Daniel Roman fought 34 times with 29 wins, 4 losses, and 1 draw.

      Roman retired from professional boxing with a record of 29-4-1, which included two super-bantamweight world-title wins and four successful title defense fights. He had a 29.4% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 10 of his total 34 fights being knockout wins, two of which were in title fights. Roman never lost via knockout.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Stephen Fulton Jr. on June 4, 2022. Roman was fighting for the super-bantamweight WBC and WBO titles.

      Some of Roman's best fights and notable victories include wins over T. J. Doheny, Shun Kubo, Gavin McDonnell, Moises Flores, Christian Esquivel, Ricardo Espinoza Franco, and Ryo Matsumoto.

      34Jun 4, 202232Stephen Fulton Jr.Loss *UD
      33May 15, 202131Ricardo Espinoza FrancoWinUD
      32Sep 26, 202030Juan Carlos PayanoWinUD
      31Jan 30, 202029Murodjon AkhmadalievLoss *SD
      30Apr 26, 201928T. J. DohenyWin *MD
      29Oct 6, 201828Gavin McDonnellWin *TKO10
      28Jun 16, 201828Moises FloresWin *UD
      27Feb 28, 201827Ryo MatsumotoWin *UD
      26Sep 3, 201727Shun KuboWin *TKO9
      25Jan 20, 201726Adam LopezWinRTD9
      24Nov 18, 201626Marlon OleaWinUD
      23Aug 26, 201626Enrique QuevedoWinUD
      22May 20, 201626Christian EsquivelWinKO5
      21Feb 12, 201625Ramiro RoblesWinKO5
      20Sep 25, 201525Erik RuizWinUD
      19Jul 24, 201525Daniel NoriegaWinUD
      18May 29, 201525Christopher MartinWinUD
      17Apr 24, 201524Giovanni CaroWinUD
      16Mar 13, 201524Jose Miguel TamayoWinUD
      15Sep 26, 201424Jonathan AlcantaraWinUD
      14Aug 16, 201424Pedro MeloWinRTD2
      13Jun 27, 201424Jonathan ArrellanoWinUD
      12Mar 15, 201423Jose Angel CotaWinKO2
      11Oct 18, 201323Juan ReyesLossUD
      10Aug 23, 201323Jose IniguezWinKO2
      9Jun 28, 201323Manuel RubalcavaWinUD
      8Apr 26, 201322Francisco CamachoWinUD
      7Oct 27, 201222Juan Gomez TorresWinUD
      6Aug 24, 201222Juan SandovalWinUD
      5Mar 31, 201221Jesse AdameWinTKO4
      4Jul 22, 201121Takashi OkadaLossSD
      3May 13, 201121Alfredo MadrigalWinUD
      2Feb 24, 201120Jensen RamirezDrawSD
      1Oct 8, 201020Christian CruzWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Daniel Roman (The Baby Faced Assassin) is a 34-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Los Angeles, California, U.S. on May 10, 1990. He is a former super-bantamweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 11 years — from 2010 to 2022.

      Roman made his professional boxing debut against Christian Cruz at the age of 20 on October 8, 2010, defeating Cruz via 1st round TKO.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 27 on September 3, 2017 after 25 professional fights, against Shun Kubo for the super-bantamweight WBA (Regular) title. He defeated Kubo via 9th round TKO to become the super-bantamweight champion of the world.

      Daniel Roman was a one-time unified super-bantamweight world champion, and has won two world titles at super-bantamweight. For all the details about Roman's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Roman had a total of four losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was on June 4, 2022 against fellow American boxer Stephen Fulton Jr. for Fulton Jr.'s super-bantamweight WBC and WBO titles. Roman lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 2 years and 19 days since this fight.


      Roman had a total of seven world-title fights, which includes winning two world titles and four successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost two.

      Title Wins

      Daniel Roman fought for super-bantamweight world titles in three fights and won two of these fights, winning one of them via way of stoppage. In total, he won two super-bantamweight belts.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Apr 26, 2019^T. J. DohenySuper-bantamweightIBFMD
      Sep 3, 2017Shun KuboSuper-bantamweightWBA (Regular)TKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Daniel Roman had five super-bantamweight world-title defense fights. He won four of them and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Apr 26, 2019^T. J. DohenySuper-bantamweightWBA (Unified)MD
      Oct 6, 2018Gavin McDonnellSuper-bantamweightWBATKO
      Jun 16, 2018Moises FloresSuper-bantamweightWBAUD
      Feb 28, 2018Ryo MatsumotoSuper-bantamweightWBAUD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Daniel Roman lost one world-title defense fight, and lost two titles in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Jan 30, 2020Murodjon AkhmadalievSuper-bantamweightWBA (Unified), IBFSD


      Roman fought a total of 34 times during his professional career, which includes 7 world-title fights at the super-bantamweight division. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • September 3, 2017: Roman wins his first world title by defeating Shun Kubo via 9th round TKO. He is now the WBA (Regular) super-bantamweight world champion.

      • April 26, 2019: Roman becomes a unified super-bantamweight world champion by beating T. J. Doheny via 12 round majority decision. He now holds the WBA (Unified) and IBF super-bantamweight world-champion belts.


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