Capasso, a pro since June 1978 has now had 26 fights lasting 7 years as a pro. Although he's tasted defeat, he's shown a clear love for fighting. With his last fight having taken place in November 2018, Capasso now looks for his next challenge as a pro. The longest win streak that Capasso has ever recorded was between June 1978 and April 1981 when it totaled 15 wins. Capasso's longest KO streak is 2 fights long.
In June 1978 Capasso faced Roy Jones in his debut bout over 0 rounds, but only 1 were needed as Capasso became the quickest person ever to stop Jones via a 1 round KO victory. Following his debut, Capasso had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 13 fights including 4 times in 1978, 5 times in 1979 and 4 times through 1980 and 1981 against the likes of Robert White, Jerry Foley and Ali Allen.
Capasso went into his next fight against Barry Funches on May 27th, 1981 with a career record of 15 wins. Taking the first setback of his career, the May 27th, 1981 Funches defeat went the full distance and ended via MD. Capasso then went on to win a further 3 fights taking his record to 17 wins, 2 losses and 0 draw.
Mike Scheibelhood was the next fight for Capasso on October 12th, 1982 and also his next career win. Capasso was the 2nd person to stop Mike and he did it in the 6th round via TKO. A tricky fight against Rocky Sekorski followed Scheibelhood where Capasso was defeated and moved his record to 18 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws.
Pushing his career further, Capasso fought Woody Clark on February 16th, 1983 adding to his winning record. Capasso's fight against Woody Clark came in the 8th round of a 0 round fight via KO. Capasso became the first person to stop Clark. Following on from Clark, Capasso faced and was defeated by Stan Ward taking his loss count to 4
Capasso went into his next fight against John Tate on August 19th, 1983 with a career record of 19-5-0. Tate proved to be the biggest challenge to date for Capasso, Capasso never really got going in the fight and Tate handed Capasso his first stoppage defeat in the 2nd round of a 10 rounder.
Capasso kept his losses at 5 by beating Gary Lightbourne on January 31st, 1985. Capasso was the 2nd person to beat Gary Lightbourne where he showed his talent as a technical boxer, beating him over 6 rounds in his 25th professional fight.
Capasso went into his next fight against Alfredo Evangelista on June 7th, 1985 with a career record of 20 wins. A valiant effort from Capasso, but one that was out of his reach technically. The fight came to a close after the final bell in a PTS loss for Capasso. A setback for Capasso pro journey for sure.