Born September 9th 1990 Rey Perez (aged 30) has built up a good career record of 19-8-0. With plenty of experience and now 27 fights as a pro, Perez hopes to move on to better things in future as he moves into the later stages of his career. Perez's longest KO streak is 1 fights long out of his 27 pro career fights.
A successful pro debut for Rey, Perez showed his superior boxing talent against Kosta Luzarito, becoming the first person to go the full distance with him. Perez continued his pro journey, which was mostly successful at this point, by fighting 14 fights following his debut. Fights against boxers such as Rodel Quilaton, Danilo Pena and Dondon Jimenea followed including 7 times in 2009 and 5 times in 2011.
The first defeat of Perez's career came against Nobuo Nashiro on July 30th, 2011. This took his career record to 11-1-0. Taking the first setback of his career, the July 30th, 2011 Nashiro defeat went the full distance and ended via UD. Perez then went on to win a further 4 fights taking his record to 14 wins, 2 losses and 0 draw.
On May 26th, 2012, Perez went into action again and beat Tatsuya Takahashi taking the winning record to 15 wins. Perez was the first person to stop Tatsuya Takahashi and he did it in the 10th round via TKO.
On August 23rd, 2014, Perez took on and was defeated by Edivaldo Ortega meaning his career tally went to 19-6-0. Ortega was a fight too far for Perez and after a rough fight Ortega became the first person to stop Perez in round 5.
Perez went into his next fight against Chris Avalos on August 1st, 2015 with a career record of 19-7-0. A valiant but fruitless effort for Perez. Perez fell just short and was defeated by Avalos over the full 8 round distance.
On February 20th, 2016, Perez took on and was defeated by Jessie Magdaleno meaning his career tally went to 19-8-0 Out for his 27th career fight, Perez was once again outmatched where he suffered a 7th round KO loss in only his 2nd stoppage defeat to date. Another blow for the talented Perez.