Starting off his pro career on December 2006 age 22, Joey Hernandez has had a total of 29 fights - 24 wins, 4 losses, and 1 draws. 14 of the wins coming via stoppage. Between December 2006 and March 2009, Hernandez had his longest winning streak of 15 fights. In his 29 fights, his longest KO streak is 5 fights long.
In his debut fight, Hernandez's became only the 2nd fighter to go the distance with Eduardo Adorno, winning by MD in round 4 of 4. Continuing on from his successful debut, Hernandez continued his winning streak by winning his next 15 fights. In this time he fought and beat Nelson Manchego, David Obregon and Alpachino Allen to name just a few, fighting once in 2006, 6 times in 2007 and 8 times through 2008 and 2009.
On June 1st, 2007 Hernandez fought and beat Ronald Summey (2-3-0) to continue his unbeaten streak. Continuing his career, Hernandez fought Ronald Summey in 2007 over 4 rounds. Hernandez was the 2nd person to go the distance with Ronald Summey. Fights against boxers including Alpachino Allen, Nelson Manchego and David Obregon followed where he won 12 fights taking his winning streak to 15 wins.
Hernandez's career took a knock with a loss against Ed Paredes on February 5th, 2010 taking his record to 15-1-1. Paredes proved to be too much for Hernandez, destroying him in round 2 via KO and bringing the first stoppage defeat of Hernandez's career. Hernandez then went on to win a further 10 fights taking his record to 24 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw.
Hernandez lost to Julian Williams in his next fight. Taking place on April 4th, 2015, Hernandez's career record after this fight stood at 24-3-1. A valiant but fruitless effort for Hernandez. Hernandez fell just short and was defeated by Williams over the full 10 round distance.
The next defeat of Hernandez's career came against Austin Trout on September 8th, 2015. This took his career record to 24-4-1. Out for his 29th career fight, Hernandez was once again outmatched where he suffered a 6th round KO loss in only his 2nd stoppage defeat to date. Another blow for the talented Hernandez.