After a debut fight on November 2002, Benito Quiroz (age 49) has now built a record of 11 wins, 3 losses, 0 draws over a 14 fight career so far. Quiroz's longest win streak is 5 fights between November 2002 and May 2014. His longest KO streak in his 14 fights is 3 fights long.
In November 2002 Quiroz faced Leroy Humphries in his debut bout over 4 rounds, but only 2 were needed as Quiroz became the quickest person ever to stop Humphries via a 2 round TKO victory. Following his debut, Quiroz had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 7 fights including once in 2002, 2 times in 2003 and 4 times between 2004 and 2009 against fighters such as Leroy Humphries, Samir Seif and Carlos Duarte.
Quiroz went into his next fight against Saul Montana on May 14th, 2004 with a career record of 3 wins. Quiroz faced the first defeat of his career against Saul Montana in the 5th round of a 12 round fight via KO. Fights against Carlos Duarte, Samir Seif and Alejandro De la torre followed where he won all 3 fights taking his winning streak to 6 wins.
Denton Daley was next in line for Quiroz where unfortunately, he was defeated on February 11th, 2012 taking his record to 6-2-0. Quiroz fought and lost to Denton Daley. Quiroz was the 3rd person to go the distance with this opponent. 4 wins followed for Quiroz including being the 4th person to go the distance with Chukwunoso Okafor, first to stop Ivan Uvalle and 4th person to stop Alejandro De la torre (Round 2 KO).
Miguel Cubos was the next fight for Quiroz on May 30th, 2014 and also his next career win. Cubos was stopped in the 5th round via TKO meaning Quiroz was the 2nd person to stop this opponent.
The next defeat of Quiroz's career came against Dillon Carman on March 27th, 2015. This took his career record to 11-3-0. Left wondering where Quiroz's career will go next, Carman became only the 2nd man to stop Quiroz in the 8th round of a 8 round fight.