Eusebio Pedroza (age 17) was a orthodox boxer with a record of 41 wins, 6 losses, 1 draws. Starting his career on December 1973 at age 17, Eusebio Pedroza fought 49 times over 18 years as a pro. Pedroza's longest KO streak is 4 fights long out of his 49 pro career fights.
In a memorable debut Pedroza gained a TKO win against Julio Garcia in a 4 round contest, becoming the 2nd person to stop Garcia. Pedroza continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Cecilio Lastra, Benicio segundo Sosa and Orlando Amores. Fights included fighting 2 times in 1973, 7 times in 1974 and 15 times between 1975 and 1979.
Pedroza went into his next fight against Alfonso Perez on January 18th, 1975 with a career record of 9 wins. Pedroza faced the first defeat and stoppage of his career against Alfonso Perez in the 3rd round of a 10 round fight via KO. Pedroza's win streak of 9 rose to 14 following 5 great wins, becoming the 2nd person to stop Marcos Britton (Round 4 KO), 4th person to beat Benicio segundo Sosa and 5th person to stop Orlando Amores (Round 9 TKO).
Pedroza went into his next fight against Alfonso Zamora on April 3rd, 1976 with a career record of 14-2-0. Pedroza failed to go into the later rounds with Zamora, with Zamora stopping him in the 2nd round and becoming the 2nd person to stop Pedroza. Pedroza continued his success in the next 5 fights taking his record to 18 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws.
Pushing his career further, Pedroza fought Ernesto Herrera on July 2nd, 1978 adding to his winning record. Becoming the first person to stop Ernesto Herrera, Pedroza beat Herrera via TKO in the 12th round of a 15 round fight. Pedroza's win streak of 19 rose to 29 following 10 great wins, becoming the 3rd person to stop Juan domingo Malvarez, first to stop Sa-wang Kim and First to beat Rocky Lockridge.
Pedroza kept his losses at 3 by beating Pat Ford on February 14th, 1981. Ford was a worthy challenger but Pedroza was too much and became the first person to stop Ford via KO during round 13. 13 wins followed where Pedroza went on to fight Rocky Lockridge, Carlos Pinango and Bashew Sibaca amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Pedroza went into his next fight against Mauro Gutierrez on November 21st, 1992 with a career record of 41 wins. This was a challenging final career fight for Pedroza, Pedroza was taken the full 10 rounds in a SD loss. Pedroza's career ended in a records of 41 wins,6 losses, and 1 draws.