Born May 22nd 1984, orthodox fighter Luis Rodriguez started his career in May 2003 at the age of 19 and has now been pro for 7 years, fighting a total of 33 times. Rodriguez's longest KO streak is 4 fights long out of his 33 pro career fights.
Finally getting his feet wet in the pro ranks Rodriguez became the first to go the distance with Javier Vega over a 4 round win for Rodriguez. Continuing on from his debut, Rodriguez had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 17 fights including 2 times in 2003, 5 times in 2004 and 10 times through 2005 and 2006 against fighters such as Carlos Urias, Gustavo Corral and Ivan Cabrera.
On June 30th, 2006, Rodriguez was in action again beating Ivan Cabrera taking his win streak to 15 wins. Cabrera proved to be no match for Rodriguez, and Rodriguez became the first person to stop Cabrera via KO during round 2. Rodriguez then went on to face Miguel angel Delgado where he added another win to his tally.
The first defeat of Rodriguez's career came against Javier Gallegos on October 6th, 2006. This took his career record to 16-1-0. Rodriguez's first defeat came over the full distance against Javier Gallegos on October 6th, 2006. The fight went to the judges in a SD loss for Rodriguez. Rodriguez's win streak of 16 rose to 24 following 8 wins against boxers such as Angel Navarrete, Adan Murillo, Noel Cortez and 5 others.
Rodriguez's career took a knock with a loss against Juan carlos Rodriguez on December 19th, 2008 taking his record to 24-3-0. Being outclassed early, Rodriguez struggled to get going in this 12 round fight and received the first stoppage defeat of his career at the hands of Rodriguez. The fight went 4 rounds before ending via a KO defeat. Rodriguez's win streak of 24 rose to 26 following 2 wins against boxers such as Ulises Jimenez and Juventino Barrera.
Rodriguez lost to Hector david Saldivia in his next fight. Taking place on October 31st, 2009, Rodriguez's career record after this fight stood at 26-4-1. Saldivia upset Rodriguez in a 11 round fight, stopping him in the 7th round and becoming only the 2nd person to stop Rodriguez.
Rodriguez lost to Omar Vasquez in his next fight. Taking place on September 4th, 2010, Rodriguez's career record after this fight stood at 26-5-1. Outclassed, Rodriguez took another loss as the judges awarded Vasquez the SD win on a great performance.
Rodriguez went into his next fight against Pablo Navascues on November 26th, 2010 with a career record of 26 wins. This latest challenge for Rodriguez proved to be too much for him, taking a MD loss to the better technical fighter over the 10 rounds and leaving Rodriguez wondering which direction his career will head next.