Luis Rosado (age 20) was a orthodox boxer with a record of 29 wins, 6 losses, 0 draws. Starting his career on August 1994 at age 20, Luis Rosado fought 35 times over 8 years as a pro. Rosado's longest win streak is 9 fights between August 1994 and September 1996. His longest KO streak in his 35 fights is 5 fights long.
It didn't take Rosado long to get accustomed to the pro style of fighting. Becoming the first person to go the distance with Evon Lefevre in a successful pro debut. Rosado continued his pro journey, which was mostly successful at this point, by fighting 20 fights following his debut. Fights against boxers such as Clifford Hicks, Evon Lefevre and Dezi Ford followed including once in 1994, 3 times in 1995 and 6 times through 1996, 1997 and 1998.
Rosado kept his losses at 0 by beating Ed Meertens on February 3rd, 1995. Continuing his career, Rosado fought Ed Meertens in 1995 over 6 rounds. Rosado was the 5th person to go the distance with Ed Meertens.
Rosado went into his next fight against Edelmiro Martinez on April 22nd, 1995 with a career record of 3 wins. On April 22nd, 1995, Rosado took on and was defeated over the distance by Edelmiro Martinez in his first career defeat. Rosado lost via UD in a valiant effort. Fights against boxers including Clifford Hicks, Arturo Nina and Dezi Ford followed where he won 11 fights taking his winning streak to 16 wins.
Jose Aponte was next in line for Rosado where unfortunately, he was defeated on November 23rd, 1997 taking his record to 16-3-0. Rosado was stopped by Jose Aponte in the 6th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. It was Rosado's 2nd stoppage defeat in his career. Rosado's win streak of 16 rose to 20 following 4 great wins, becoming the 4th person to stop Khalil Shakeel (Round 7 TKO) and 14th person to stop Jerry Smith (Round 4 TKO).
Taking a knock to his career, Rosado fought and was defeated by Victor Mckinnis on July 18th, 1998 taking his record to 21-4-0. Rosado was stopped by Victor Mckinnis in the 5th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. It was Rosado's 3rd stoppage defeat in his career. Rosado then went on to win a further 9 fights taking his record to 29 wins, 5 losses and 0 draw.
The next defeat of Rosado's career came against Kermit Cintron on May 17th, 2003. This took his career record to 29-6-0. This turned out to be Rosado's final career fight. Cintron became the 4th person to stop Rosado in round 1 of a 8 round fight via TKO.