Although Rocky Juarez has been beaten in his career, with a fight count of 42 fights and a 14 year long career he approaches the end of his career with a record of 30-11-1. He made his debut in January 2001 at the age of 20. The longest KO streak that Juarez has ever had is 5 throughout his 42 fights and his longest winning streak is 23 wins. This started on January 2001 and came to an end on March 2005.
In an impressive debut, Juarez kept his calm and defeated Pascali Adorno over 4 rounds via a judges decision. This was only the 3rd time Adorno had been taken the full distance. Following his debut, Juarez had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 21 fights including 6 times in 2001, 8 times in 2002 and 7 times through 2003 and 2004 against the likes of Zahir Raheem, Hector Velazquez and Hector Acero-sanchez.
Next was Jason Pires on February 1st, 2003 where Juarez took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Juarez was the first person to stop Jason Pires and he did it in the 9th round via TKO. 6 wins followed where Juarez went on to be the 2nd person to stop Frankie Archuleta (Round 6 TKO), 3rd person to stop Antonio Diaz (Round 10 KO) and 3rd person to stop David Murillo (Round 1 KO).
Juarez entered his next fight with 21 wins and took this to 22 with a win against Guty Espadas jr on December 3rd, 2004. Becoming the 3rd fighter to stop Espadas jr in his career, Juarez beat Espadas jr via KO in the 2nd round of a 12 round fight. Another win followed for Juarez taking his win tally to 23 wins.
Taking the first knock of his career, Juarez fought Humberto Soto on August 20th, 2005 and was defeated by Soto. Taking the first setback of his career, the August 20th, 2005 Soto defeat went the full distance and ended via UD.
Juarez went into his next career fight with a record of 27-4-0 and took this to 28 wins with a win against Jorge rodrigo Barrios on September 6th, 2008. The win against Barrios came in the 11th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Juarez was the 2nd person to stop Barrios. Fights against boxers including Antonio Escalante followed where he won 8 fights taking his record to a very mixed 29-10-1, not the most successful career to date.
On May 26th, 2014, Juarez went into action again and beat Rene Alvarado taking the winning record to 30 wins. Alvarado was a great challenge for Juarez, losing over the full 12 round distance and crowning Juarez as the 3rd person to have defeated Alvarado.
Juarez went into his next fight against Robinson Castellanos on January 26th, 2015 with a career record of 30 wins. Fighting over a competitive 12 round bout, Juarez was outclassed in his most recent outing taking a UD loss over the distance at the hands of Castellanos.