Elio Rojas

Elio Rojas

  • Division
  • Bouts
  • Rounds
  • Ko's
  • Debut
  • Born
  • Residence
  • Super Lightweight
  • 27
  • 143
  • 52%
  • 03-19-2004
  • 09-25-1982 (35)
  • San Francisco De Macurís, Dominican Republic

Elio Rojas (24-3, 14ko’s)

The featherweight represented his country by winning gold medals at the 2002 Central American Games in El Salvador. Nicknamed “The Kid”, he made his professional debut on March 18, 2004 scoring 19 straight victories.  In 2013, Elio defeated the tough Hector Velasquez to earn his shot at the WBC World Title.  He then traveled into enemy territory to face Japans World Champion, Takahiro Aho. After two successful title defenses, Rojas faced world class contender, Jhonny Gonzalez and would lose the title in a close decision.  In 2016, Elio attempted to get back on top by facing former World Champion, Mikey Garcia, to fall short of his goal.  Now under the guidance of The Real Deal Sports & Entertainment, Elio plans to put his country back on the map by regaining the World title.

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