Age 18 boxer started his career on June 1990 building a record of 29-10-3 over 9 years, last fighting 1 ago in February 2000. Sarabia's longest win streak is 12 fights between June 1990 and January 1992. His longest KO streak in his 42 fights is 11 fights long.
Setting up his pro career well and building his confidence in the pro ring, Sarabia became the 2nd person to take Armando Garcia the distance and claimed a PTS debut win. Sarabia's rise in boxing continued with 25 fights against fighters such as Armando Garcia, Jose luis Montes and Cecilio Espino. He had a mixed start to his career but mostly successful so far.
Elvis Alvarez was next in line for Sarabia where unfortunately, he was defeated on July 8th, 1993 taking his record to 18-1-3. Elvis Alvarez became the first person to stop Sarabia. The win came via TKO in the 8th round of a 12 round bout.
Sarabia lost to Armando Castro in his next fight. Taking place on October 1st, 1993, Sarabia's career record after this fight stood at 18-2-3. Sarabia's fight against Armando Castro was Sarabia's 2nd stoppage defeat which came via TKO in the 7th round of the fight. Following on from Castro, Sarabia faced and was defeated by Jesse Benavides taking his loss count to 3
Sarabia went into his next fight against Marco antonio Barrera on October 22nd, 1994 with a career record of 18-4-3. Sarabia was stopped by Marco antonio Barrera in the 3rd round of a 12 round fight via TKO. It was Sarabia's 3rd stoppage defeat in his career. Sarabia then went on to win a further 13 fights taking his record to 27 wins, 8 losses and 3 draw.
Sarabia went into his next fight against Hugo Dianzo on December 19th, 1998 with a career record of 27-9-3. Sarabia was beaten by Hugo Dianzo in the 9th round. Sarabia had only ever been stopped 4 times previously in his career.
Sarabia went into his next fight against Enrique Sanchez on February 19th, 2000 with a career record of 29 wins. This turned out to be Sarabia's last career fight, bringing Sarabia's 42 fight career to an end on November 22nd, 2018. Sanchez was too much for Sarabia and became the 5th person to stop him.