Although beaten, Alan Sanchez has gained plenty of experience over 22 fights and a 6 year long career so far. He now moves on to see just how far he can go as he approaches the later stage of his career. Sanchez's longest win streak is 7 fights between June 2009 and December 2012. His longest KO streak in his 22 fights is 3 fights long.
Sanchez's pro career began against Jesse Isais (1-0-0) in a 4 round contest. Sanchez got the UD win via a judges decision. Sanchez's rise in boxing continued with 11 fights against fighters such as Alberto Morales, Cristian Favela and John ryan Grimaldo. He had a mixed start to his career but mostly successful so far.Sanchez's win streak of 1 rose to 4 following 3 great wins, becoming the 4 person to go the distance with Mario Angeles, 12th person to stop Mikhail Lyubarsky and 8th person to beat Raymundo Ortega.
Sanchez went into his next fight against Ricky Duenas on December 5th, 2009 with a career record of 4 wins. Taking the first setback of his career, the December 5th, 2009 Duenas defeat went the full distance and ended via MD. Sanchez then went on to win again against Alberto Morales setting him up well for his next pro fight.
On June 18th, 2010, Sanchez took on and was defeated by Artemio Reyes meaning his career tally went to 5-2-0. Continuing his career, Sanchez fought and was defeated next by Artemio Reyes in 2010 over 6 rounds. Sanchez was the 2nd person to go the distance with Artemio Reyes. Sanchez then went on to win a further 5 fights taking his record to 9 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw.
Keeping his losses at 2, Sanchez fought on April 13th, 2012 beating Artemio Reyes via TKO. This took his record to 10-2-1 showing quite the successful career to date. Becoming the first person to stop Artemio Reyes, Sanchez beat Reyes via TKO in the 1st round of a 10 round fight. Sanchez then went on to win a further 7 fights taking his record to 16 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw.
Sanchez kept his losses at 3 by beating John karl Sosa on November 20th, 2015. Sosa was a worthy challenger but Sanchez was too much and became the first person to stop Sosa via TKO during round 6.
Alan Sanchez added another win to his record by beating Pablo cesar Cano on May 6th, 2016, upping his record to 18 wins. Keeping his record on track, Sanchez showed his boxing ability in his most recent fight, taking Pablo cesar Cano the distance and securing a SD decision victory in a 10 round fight.