Although beaten, Jeffrey Arienza has gained plenty of experience over 16 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. Arienza's longest KO streak is 3 fights long out of his 16 career fights.
In a memorable debut Arienza gained a TKO win against Jophil Sumingit in a 4 round contest, becoming the 2nd person to stop Sumingit. Following his debut, Arienza had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 8 fights including 2 times in 2008, 4 times in 2009 and 2 times through 2010 and 2011 against fighters such as Nathan Barcelona, Ruel Suya and Joseph von Minoza.
Arienza's career took a knock with a loss against Leonardo Doronio on April 13th, 2013 taking his record to 9-1-1. Doronio proved to be too much for Arienza, destroying him in round 3 via TKO and bringing the first stoppage defeat of Arienza's career.
Arienza lost to Masayuki Ito in his next fight. Taking place on September 30th, 2013, Arienza's career record after this fight stood at 9-2-1. Arienza's fight against Masayuki Ito was Arienza's 2nd stoppage defeat which came via TKO in the 10th round of the fight. Arienza took on another 2 opponents next, racking up wins against Takaya Kakutani and Robert Agcopra.
Furthering his career, Arienza fought Ronald Postrano on September 27th, 2014 and continued his career to a record of 12-2-1. The win came via RTD. The win came in the 3rd round of a 8 round fight via RTD. Arienza was the 11th person to stop Ronald in his career.
Arienza went into his next fight against Dante Jardon on April 25th, 2015 with a career record of 12 wins. Once again Arienza was in a tough fight, one that proved to be a step too far in Arienza's latest fight. Opponent Jardon fought well and was rewarded with a win, and crowned only the 3rd man to stop Arienza in the process. The fight ended in round 6 via TKO.