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 stands as the WBA Super Bantamweight Champion with eyes focused on defending his crown for a time to come.
Roman is Promoted by Thompson Boxing Promotions
Managed by Eddie Gonzalez
PROFESSIONAL RECORD – 23-2-1 (9 KO’s)
|2014-03-15||Jose Angel Cota||KO|
|2013-10-18||Juan Reyes||L UD|
|2012-10-27||Juan Gomez Torres||UD|
|2011-07-22||Takashi Okada||L SD|
|2011-02-24||Jensen Ramirez||D SD|
ROMAN RETAINS TITLE WITH DECISION OVER MATSUMOTO
WBA super bantamweight king Daniel Roman (24-2-1, 9 KOs) outworked Japanese challenger Ryo Matsumoto (21-2, 19 KOs) through twelve rounds in Tokyo, Japan to retain his title via scores of 118-110 and 119-109 twice
In a well worked tactic, Roman used an effective body attack to slow down the taller Matsumoto early, using combinations thereafter which more often than not, jarred back the head of the home fighter
Roman was making the maiden defence of a title he won convincingly over Shun Kobo in September 2017.