Although Nehomar Cermeno has been beaten in his career, with a fight count of 33 fights and a 12 year long career he approaches the end of his career with a record of 24-6-1. He made his debut in November 2004 at the age of 24. The longest win streak that Cermeno has ever recorded was between November 2004 and December 2009 when it totaled 19 wins. Cermeno's longest KO streak is 5 fights long.
In November 2004 Cermeno faced Carlos Loaiza in his debut bout over 4 rounds, but only 4 were needed as Cermeno became the quickest person ever to stop Loaiza via a 4 round KO victory. Cermeno continued on his journey to success by fighting 2 times in 2004, 5 times in 2005 and 9 times through 2006, 2007 and 2008 beating fighters such as Dioberto Julio, Andrey Kostin and Marino Montiel in his next 16 fights.
Taking the first knock of his career, Cermeno fought Anselmo Moreno on March 27th, 2010 and was defeated by Moreno. Cermeno's first defeat came over the full distance against Anselmo Moreno on March 27th, 2010. The fight went to the judges in a SD loss for Cermeno. 3 fights followed for Cermeno who then went on to fight first to stop Hugo Berrio, fought Anselmo Moreno and fought Victor Terrazas amongst others in his next 3 fights.
Cermeno's career took a knock with a loss against Fernando Montiel on June 25th, 2011 taking his record to 20-4-0. Being outclassed early, Cermeno struggled to get going in this 12 round fight and received the first stoppage defeat of his career at the hands of Montiel. The fight went 3 rounds before ending via a RTD defeat.
Cermeno went into his next career fight with a record of 21-5-1 and took this to 22 wins with a win against Oscar Escandon on August 10th, 2013. Cermeno showed his superior boxing skills to become the first person to beat Escandon. The judges scored the bout in favour of Cermeno by SD over the full 12 rounds.
Cermeno kept his losses at 5 by beating Lester Medrano on January 15th, 2016. Medrano was a great challenge for Cermeno, losing over the full 9 round distance and crowning Cermeno as the 8th person to have defeated Medrano. Cermeno then went on to win again against Qiu Xiao jun setting him up well for his next pro fight.
On April 9th, 2017, Cermeno took on and was defeated by Shun Kubo meaning his career tally went to 24-6-1 Once again Cermeno was in a tough fight, one that proved to be a step too far in Cermeno's latest fight. Opponent Kubo fought well and was rewarded with a win, and crowned only the 2nd man to stop Cermeno in the process. The fight ended in round 11 via RTD.