Super Bantamweight Danny Roman got involved in the sport of boxing not necessarily because he had the urge to go and sought out a boxing gym, but more so because his father decided he needed to defend himself against the bullies that were harassing him from his neighbourhood.

At first, Danny confesses himself that he didn’t like boxing but after a few months he soon came to love it, starting to appreciate the discipline and fine art that he was being taught on a daily basis. Today having excelled at amateur level with a record of 61-10 he is the former WBA Super Bantamweight Champion with eyes now focused on regaining his crown.

Roman is Promoted by Thompson Boxing Promotions

Managed by Eddie Gonzalez


2020-05-15R EspinozaUD
2020-09-26J C PayanoUD
2018-04-26TJ DohenyMD
2018-10-06G McDonnellTKO
2018-06-16M FloresUD
2018-02-28R MatsumotoUD
2017-09-02S KuboTKO
2017-01-20A LopezRTD
2016-11-19M OleaUD
2016-08-26Enrique QuevedoUD
2016-05-20Christian EsquivelTKO
2016-02-13Ramiro RoblesTKO
2015-06-25Erick RuizUD
2015-06-24Daniel NoriegaUD
2015-05-29Christopher MartinUD
2015-04-24Giovanni CaroUD
2015-03-13Miguel TamayoUD
2014-09-26Jonathan AlcantaraUD
2014-08-16Pedro MeloRTD
2014-06-27Jonathan ArrellanoUD
2014-03-15Jose Angel CotaKO
2013-10-18Juan ReyesL UD
2013-08-23Jose IniguezKO
2013-04-26Manuel RubalcavaUD
2012-10-27Juan Gomez TorresUD
2012-08-24Juan SandovalUD
2012-03-31Jesse AdameTKO
2011-07-22Takashi OkadaL SD
2011-05-13Alfredo MadrigalUD
2011-02-24Jensen RamirezD SD
2010-10-08Christian CruzKO


In the co-main event, former super bantamweight unified world champion Danny Roman (29-3-1, 10 KOs) dominated the second half of the fight to win a 10-round unanimous decision over Ricardo Espinoza (25-4, 21 KOs).

“This win is a step closer to getting back on top and getting a world title once again,” said Roman. “I knew he was a tough fighter who hit hard, so I had to fight smart and make adjustments.”

After a close first half of the fight, the Los Angeles native Roman began to figure out the awkward and hard-charging attack of Mexico’s Espinoza. In round seven, Roman connected on a vicious combination of double left uppercuts, punctuated by a sweeping left hook, that bloodied the nose of Espinoza.

“I felt good overall in there,” said Espinoza. “I could have pressured him a bit more and closed his angles, but it was a good fight. Danny is a tough fighter who withstood a lot of shots to the head. He’s a quality fighter.”

Espinoza had actually out landed Roman 124 to 119 across the first six rounds of the fight before Roman’s adjustments led to a 101 to 66 edge in punches landed in his favor across the final four frames.

“I started to get my distance and started fighting my fight and controlling the ring,” said Roman. “Once I did that, everything started to fall into place. I was surprised he went the distance, but he has a lot of heart. He’s a tough fighter.”

The bloodied nose immediately became a target for Roman, as Espinoza had to be checked by the doctor before beginning the ninth round before continuing to take the brunt of the punishment in the fight. Roman’s performance in the second half of the duel was enough to give him the victory, as he prevailed on all three judges’ scorecards with tallies of 97-92 and 98-92 twice. All three judges gave Roman the final six rounds of the fight.

“I’m the mandatory so I want a title shot now,” added Roman after his victory. “I want the winner of the main event.”


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