Jesse Rodriguez Boxing Record

Last Modified Jun 28, 2024 08:40 GMT
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Jesse James Rodriguez Franco, popularly known as “Bam” is an American flyweight division boxer. He is currently the WBO Flyweight Champion, but he has also been the WBC Super Flyweight Champion. Prior to his professional boxing career, this veteran won a silver medal at the 2015 Junior World Championships in St. Petersburg.


Hailing from San Antonio, Texas, United States, Rodriguez made his professional boxing debut by defeating Mauricio Cruz via unanimous decision in Round 4 on March 10, 2017 in Carpa Astros, Tlalpan, Mexico. Since then, he has proved to be a formidable opponent in the ring for his opponents.


His major milestones in his career so far are becoming the WBC Super Flyweight Champion and the WBO Flyweight Champion, respectively. He is slated to take on the WBC super flyweight champion, Juan Francisco Estrada, at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on June 29, 2024.

Boxing Records of Jesse Rodriguez


Jessie “Bam” Rodriguez is presently enjoying an undefeated streak in the world of boxing. So far, his record stands at 19-0-0. Out of these, he has won 12 bouts by KO and 7 bouts by decision.


19 fights19 wins0 losses
By knockout120
By decision70


What belts does Jesse Rodriguez have?


Jesse Rodriguez has managed to capture two championship belts in his career so far. On February 5, 2022, he became the WBC Super Flyweight Champion by defeating Carlos Quadras by unanimous decision in Round 12. However, he relinquished the championship on October 26, 2022, as he wanted to compete in the flyweight division. Rodriguez subsequently became the WBO Flyweight Champion by defeating Cristian Gonzalez via unanimous decision in Round 12 on April 8, 2023. After his fight with Juan Francisco Estrada was officially announced, Rodriguez relinquished his IBF title.

Who is Bam Rodriguez's trainer?


Jessie “Bam” Rodriguez is under the training and tutelage of Robert “Grandpa” Garcia, a Mexican-American legend in the boxing world himself. He has been champion multiple times throughout his career, notably the NABF Super Featherweight Champion, NABF Featherweight Champion, and IBF Super Featherweight Champion. After retiring from his career as a boxer, he is presently a boxing trainer and has prepared boxers like his younger brother Mikey Garcia, Anthony Joshua, Brandon Rios, and Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez. In 2011, The Ring Magazine voted him Trainer of the Year. The Boxing Writers Association of America did the same in 2012.


Last updated on June 28, 2024

FAQs on Jesse Rodriguez Boxing Record

A. Jesse Rodriguez is 24 years old as of June 2024.


A. Jesse Rodriguez’s height is 5’4” (163 cm) and his reach is 67” (170 cm).


A. Jesse Rodriguez relies on the Southpaw stance during his bouts.


A. Jesse Rodriguez’s nickname is “Bam.”


A. Jesse Rodriguez’s next opponent is Juan Francisco Estrada.


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