Emmanuel Rodriguez Vazquez is a Puerto Rican proficient fighter. Rodriguez is a previous IBF bantamweight champion, held somewhere in the range of 2018 and 2019. He has won a few minor and territorial titles in his expert vocation including the WBO Latino bantamweight title. Starting at 2021, he holds a 19-2 expert record. As of July 2020, he is positioned as the world’s fifth-best dynamic bantamweight by The Ring, seventh by BoxRec, and eighth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.
As a novice, he won a gold decoration for Puerto Rico at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in the flyweight occasion. Emmanuel Rodriguez was born on 8 August 1992. His original name is Emmanuel Rodriguez Vazquez. His origination is Manati in Puerto Rico. He holds Puerto Rican identity. He was born to his dad, Luis Rodriguez, and his mom, Awilda Vazquez Soler. He played baseball and football among different games growing up.
|Celebrated Name||Emmanuel Rodriguez|
|Nick Name||Manny, El Sensacional (“The Sensational”), El Matador (“The Bullfighter”)|
|Birth Name||Emmanuel Rodriguez Vazquez|
|Place Of Birth||Manati|
|Birth Nation||Puerto Rico|
|Famous For||IBF bantamweight champion from 2018 to 2019|
|Mother||Awilda Vazquez Soler|
|Home Town||Vega Baja|
|School||Escuela Lino Padron Rivera|
|College / University||Escuela Especializada en Deportes del Albergue Olimpico (ECEDAO)|
|Career Start||Turned Professional in June 2012|
|Awards||IBF Bantamweight Title, 2010 Youth Olympics Gold Medalist|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Source of Wealth||Boxing (contracts, purse, bonuses, endorsements)|
|Net Worth||Below $1 million|
With respect to instructive foundation, he went to the neighborhood school, Escuela Lino Padron Rivera until 10th grade. He selected at the Escuela Especializada en Deportes del Albergue Olimpico (ECEDAO). It is a particular school run by the Comite Olimpico de Puerto Rico (COPUR) that gives instruction, home, preparing, and offices to rehearse explicit Olympic games. He graduated in 2011.
Emmanuel Rodriguez began contending at the public youth level. He crushed Emmanuel Ramirez of Arecibo in the 13-14 years (41 kg) division in the Juegos Nacionales Escolares 2006.
At 17, he entered the light flyweight open-class at the 2009 Pan-American Championships. He prevailed upon his presentation Mexican National Light Flyweight Champion, Francisco Melendez through consistent choice.
He won the silver decoration subsequent to losing to Paulo Carvalho in the finals. He arrived at the elimination rounds of the 2009 Torneo Nacional de Boxeo Aficionado Isaac Barrientos.
He won the gold decoration in the 2009 Torneo Internacional Jose “Cheo” Aponte overcoming Waldemar Rodriguez in the finals. He crushed Angel Acosta in the Copa Olimpica Juan Evangelista Venegas in the finals in July 2009.
He won a silver decoration at the 2010 Youth World Amateur Boxing Championships. He crushed Lassana Camara, Pahlavon Hojiyev, Min Hong, and Hesham Yehia Mahmoud Abdelaal prior to losing to Shaban Shahpalangov in the finals.
He crushed the 2008 AIBA Youth World Champion and senior Puerto Rico National Flyweight Champion, Jonathan Gonzalez at the 2010 Copa Olimpica Juan Evangelista Venegas finals.
He won the gold decoration in the flyweight occasion at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics. He experienced severely charred areas in a mishap in November 2010. Rodriguez and a friend were singed. He experienced the greater part of the harm to his back and legs. He went into long haul recuperation.
He made his authority in-ring return at the V Copa Angel “Cholo” Espada in September 2011. He won the flyweight senior public title overcoming Juan Carlos Lopez in the finals in December 2011.
He neglected to fit the bill for the Olympic public boxing crew after he lost to Jeyvier Cintron in the elimination rounds of the 2012 Torneo de Boxeo Aficionado Isaac Barrientos.
He won a bronze award at the Copa Independencia in 2012. He then, at that point, finished his novice vocation and turned proficient. He turned proficient on 1 June 2012.
Emmanuel Rodriguez held IBF Bantamweight title from May 2018 to May 2019. He made his expert presentation with a success against Jason Agosto in the first round in the undercard of a Puerto Rico Best Boxing occasion.
He then, at that point, crushed Jaime Gonzalez, Luis Ortiz, Jose Ruiz, Ramon Elilio Cedano, Edward Vargas, Felipe Rivas, and David Quijano. He won his first expert title, the WBO Latino bantamweight Championship overcoming Miguel Cartagena in October 2014.
He held his bantamweight title against Gabor Molnar in February and Luis Hinojosa in May 2015. He won WBA Fedelatin and WBC Interim Latino Bantamweight titles overcoming Alex Rangel in August 2015.
He held his title against Eliecer Aquino in November 2015 and Giovanni Delgado in August 2017. He won the IBF bantamweight title overcoming Paul Butler in May 2018. He lost his IBF Bantamweight title in The Ring bantamweight title purchased against Naoya Inoue in May 2019.
He lost the WBC between time bantamweight title session against Reymart Gaballo in December 2020. His purchased against Gary Antonio Russell in August 2021 was pronounced No Contest after their inadvertent head conflict.
Emmanuel Rodriguez remains at the stature of 1.68 m for example 5 feet and 6 inches tall. He has a compass of 66.5 inches. He has an athletic body assemble. His sexual direction is straight.
Emmanuel Rodriguez is supposedly unmarried. There is no data about his own life, spouse, family, and kids. Emmanuel Rodriguez procures from his vocation as an expert fighter. His pay comes from contracts, satchels, rewards, supports, and sponsorships. His total assets is assessed at around $1 million.