Born August 25th 1983, orthodox fighter Juan carlos Reveco started his career in April 2004 at the age of 20 and has now been pro for 10 years, fighting a total of 37 times. The longest KO streak that Reveco has ever had is 4 throughout his 37 fights and his longest winning streak is 18 wins. This started on April 2004 and came to an end on December 2014.
In April 2004 Reveco faced Ernesto daniel Maldonado in his debut bout over 4 rounds, but only 3 were needed as Reveco became the quickest person ever to stop Maldonado via a 3 round TKO victory. Reveco continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Nethra Sasiprapa, Freddy Beleno and Humberto Pool. Fights included fighting 5 times in 2004, 5 times in 2005 and 9 times through 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Nethra Sasiprapa was up next for Reveco on June 22nd, 2007. Reveco continued with his winning streak by beating Sasiprapa. Sasiprapa was stopped in the 8th round via KO crowning Reveco as the first person to stop this opponent.
Reveco then went on to fight and beat Humberto Pool on October 13th, 2007 maintaining his unbeaten record. Reveco's fight against Humberto Pool came in the 5th round of a 12 round fight via KO. Reveco became the first person to stop Pool.
The first defeat of Reveco's career came against Brahim Asloum on December 8th, 2007. This took his career record to 17-1-0. Taking the first setback of his career, the December 8th, 2007 Asloum defeat went the full distance and ended via UD. Reveco then went on to win a further 15 fights taking his record to 32 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws.
On March 21st, 2014, Reveco was in action again with a win via KO against Manuel Vides taking his mostly successful record to 33-1-0. Vides was stopped in the 2nd round via KO meaning Reveco was the first person to stop this opponent. Reveco's wins continued and went from 33 wins to 34 after he then defeated Felix Alvarado.
On December 19th, 2014, Reveco went into action again and beat Yodmongkol Vor saengthep taking the winning record to 35 wins. Vor saengthep was stopped in the 5th round via TKO crowning Reveco as the first person to stop this opponent.
The next defeat of Reveco's career came against Kazuto Ioka on April 22nd, 2015. This took his career record to 35-2-0. A blow for Reveco confidence, Reveco was taken the full distance by Ioka and was handed a MD loss on the judges decision. A tough technical fight that leaves Reveco unsure on where his career will head next.