With a career lasting 10 years, southpaw Crisanto Espana started off his career at age 19 on March 1984, last fighting in 0 and building a record of 31-1-0. Espana in his 32 fights. He started his best winning streak on March 1984 however, this came to an end on October 1993. In this period he won a total of 30 fights.
In a memorable debut Espana gained a KO win against Rolando Ruiz in a 6 round contest, becoming the 3rd person to stop Ruiz. Following on from his debut, Espana continued his mostly successful career by fighting in a further 15 fights. In this time he fought Francisco bernabe Bobadilla, Dave Pierre and Del Bryan to name just a few, fighting once in 1987, 3 times in 1988 and 6 times through 1989 and 1990 in this period.
Next was Dave Pierre on October 19th, 1988 where Espana took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Continuing his career, Espana fought Dave Pierre in 1988 over 6 rounds. Espana was the 3rd person to go the distance with Dave Pierre. 10 wins followed for Espana including being the first to stop Antonio Campbell, 4th person to stop Judas Clottey (Round 2 TKO) and 8th person to stop Lloyd Christie.
On May 23rd, 1990, Espana was in action again with a win via TKO against Francisco bernabe Bobadilla taking his mostly successful record to 19-0-0. The 8 round fight ended in the 4th round via TKO crowning Espana as only the 2nd to stop Bobadilla in his career. Espana then went on to win a further 4 fights taking his record to 24 wins, 0 losses and 0 draw.
On November 13th, 1991 Espana fought and beat Hector hugo Vilte (51-9-3) to continue his unbeaten streak. Becoming the 5th fighter to stop Vilte, Espana beat Vilte via TKO in the 7th round of a 12 round fight.
David Taylor was the next fight for Espana on July 3rd, 1992 and also his next career win. The win against Taylor came in the 7th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. Espana was the 3rd person to stop Taylor. Espana then went on to win a further 3 fights taking his record to 30 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.
Unfortunately, the first defeat of Espana's career came against Ike Quartey on June 4th, 1994 in Espana's 19th professional fight. Quartey was a push too far for Espana and after a tough fight Quartey became the first person to beat and stop Espana in round 11.
In Espana's most recent fight, Paul Wesley was handed a beating by Espana on March 18th, 1995 to ensure his win record increased further again to 31 wins. Ending on a high, Espana showed he still had what it takes as a pro in this final career fight, becoming only the 26th person to beat Wesley over the 6 round distance.