Although now beaten Hermes Dimas started his career on January 1992 and has now built up a record of 17 wins, 3 losses and 0 draws. Fighting his latest fight in November 2018, Dimas is looking to improve on his 7 year career to date and see just how far he can go. Dimas's longest win streak is 8 fights between January 1992 and October 1997. His longest KO streak in his 20 fights is 6 fights long.
Getting rid of his debut fight nerves early, Dimas took on Modesto Gomez in January 1992 and claimed a stoppage victory (round 1, KO). Dimas was the first person to have ever stopped Gomez. Dimas continued his pro journey by fighting 10 fights following their debut. Fights against boxers such as Modesto Gomez, Basilio Morales and Jose Martinez followed including 4 times in 1992, 3 times in 1993 and 3 times through 1994 and 1995.
Unfortunately, the first defeat of Dimas's career came against Julio Gamboa on August 14th, 1993 in Dimas's 7th professional fight. Gamboa was a push too far for Dimas and after a tough fight Gamboa became the first person to beat and stop Dimas in round 4.
Basilio Morales was the next fight for Dimas on March 11th, 1994 and also his next career win. Continuing his career, Dimas fought Basilio Morales in 1994 over 10 rounds. Dimas was the 6th person to go the distance with Basilio Morales.
On April 30th, 1994, Dimas took on and was defeated by Julio Gamboa meaning his career tally went to 7-2-0. Dimas fought and lost to Julio Gamboa. Dimas was the 4th person to go the distance with this opponent. Dimas then went on to win a further 8 fights taking his record to 15 wins, 2 losses and 0 draws.
Dimas lost to Horian Montiel in his next fight. Taking place on January 6th, 1998, Dimas's career record after this fight stood at 15-3-0. Dimas was beaten by Horian Montiel in the 5th round. Dimas had only ever been stopped 2 times previously in his career.
Pushing his career further, Dimas fought Carlos Rios on March 13th, 1998 adding to his winning record. Dimas career carried on successfully in the fight against Carlos Rios in 1998 which took place over 6 rounds. Dimas was the first person to go the distance with Carlos Rios where Dimas added a further win to his career record.
The wins continued with the defeat of Renan Noguera on May 8th, 1999 in Dimas's most recent fight taking his winning record to 17 wins. In an impressive showing of his boxing ability, Dimas outclassed Noguera in his latest performance, claiming the round 5 TKO and becoming the first person of 1 to have stopped Noguera.