Elio Rojas started off his pro career aged 21 and currently has a record of 24-3-0. Rojas now looks to build on the experience gained in his first 27 fights. The longest KO streak that Rojas has ever had is 8 throughout his 27 fights and his longest winning streak is 19 wins. This started on March 2004 and came to an end on March 2007.
Getting rid of his debut fight nerves early, Rojas took on Wilson Ramos in March 2004 and claimed a stoppage victory (round 1, TKO). Rojas was the first person to have ever stopped Ramos. Continuing on from his successful debut, Rojas continued his winning streak by winning his next 14 fights. In this time he fought and beat Corey Goodwin, Anthony Martinez and Marty Robbins to name just a few, fighting 9 times in 2004 and 5 times in 2005.
Furthering his career, Rojas fought Priest Smalls on January 7th, 2006 and advanced his winning streak to 15 wins. Smalls was stopped in the 1st round via TKO meaning Rojas was the 2nd person to stop this opponent in his career. Rojas then went on to win a further 3 fights taking his record to 18 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.
Rojas then went on to fight and beat Johnnie Edwards on March 2nd, 2007 maintaining his unbeaten record. In what was a true showing of Rojas's technical ability, Rojas got the decision in the 10 round fight, and became the first person to beat Edwards.
On July 13th, 2007, Rojas took on and was defeated by Gamaliel Diaz in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 19-1-0. Rojas's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 10 round fight against the better man. Diaz gave Rojas his first professional loss of his 20 fight career to date. Fights against boxers including Takahiro Ao, Hector Velazquez and Guty Espadas jr followed where he won 5 fights taking his winning streak to 23 wins.
Rojas kept his losses at 2 by beating Robert Osiobe on August 13th, 2014. Osiobe was a great challenge for Rojas, losing over the full 8 round distance and crowning Rojas as the 10th person to have defeated Osiobe.
On July 30th, 2016, Rojas took on and was defeated by Mikey Garcia meaning his career tally went to 24-3-0 This bout proved to be the toughest of Rojas's 27 career fights to date. Garcia was too skilful and took 5 rounds to dispose of Rojas. This was Rojas's first stoppage defeat as he looks to move on and rebuild going forwards.