Manuel Quezada's debut fight took place on August 2001 when he was 23 years of age. His career has spanned 13 years to date and whilst he's now in the later stages of his career, he has amassed a record of 29-10-0 over the course of his 39 fight career. The longest KO streak that Quezada has ever had is 3 throughout his 39 fights and his longest winning streak is 18 wins. This started on August 2001 and came to an end on October 2009.
In a great debut, Quezada took on Shane Harris in a 4 round fight, becoming the 3rd person to stop Harris in his 5 fight career to date. Quezada continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including John Clark, Lisandro ezequiel Diaz and Eric Boose. Fights included fighting 4 times in 2001, 4 times in 2002 and 12 times between 2003 and 2006.
The first defeat of Quezada's career came against James Monroe on October 25th, 2001. This took his career record to 2-1-0. Quezada's first defeat came over the full distance against James Monroe on October 25th, 2001. The fight went to the judges in a MD loss for Quezada. 5 wins followed for Quezada including being the first to stop Lisandro ezequiel Diaz, first to stop Milan Roldzak and 4th person to stop Milan Roldzak.
Quezada went into his next fight against Dennis Weaver on February 7th, 2003 with a career record of 7-2-0. Quezada's fight against Dennis Weaver was Quezada's first stoppage defeat. This came via TKO in the 2nd round of a 6 round fight. Quezada then went on to win a further 26 fights taking his record to 29 wins, 6 losses and 0 draw.
Taking a knock to his career, Quezada fought and was defeated by Bowie Tupou on May 14th, 2011 taking his record to 29-7-0. Quezada's fight against Bowie Tupou was Quezada's 2nd stoppage defeat which came via KO in the 7th round of the fight. Unfortunately a loss followed for Quezada taking his record to 29 wins, 8 losses and 0 draws.
Quezada's next defeat of his career came against Andy Ruiz jr on May 17th, 2014 taking his career record to 29-9-0. Quezada's fight against Andy Ruiz jr was Quezada's 3rd stoppage defeat which came via TKO in the 2nd round of the fight.
The next defeat of Quezada's career came against Artur Szpilka on June 12th, 2015. This took his career record to 29-10-0. Once again Quezada was in a tough fight, one that proved to be a step too far in Quezada's latest fight. Opponent Szpilka fought well and was rewarded with a win, and crowned only the 4th man to stop Quezada in the process. The fight ended in round 3 via RTD.