Pablo Cesar Cano
|Birthdate||October 04, 1989|
|Birth Place||Tlalnepantla, MX|
|Record||Won 26 / Lost 2 / Drawn 1 / 20 KO's|
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Like many Mexican greats of the past, Cano entered the pro ring early, making his debut at the age of 16 with a first round knockout of Miguel Angel Merino in March of 2006. By the time the year was out, Cano was 5-0-1, with the only blemish a four round draw in his third fight against Israel Ramirez.
In 2007, Cano kept up his solid pace, going 4-0 with all wins coming by knockout. In fact, Cano only fought a combined six rounds that year. 2008 was just as impressive as he put together another perfect year of four wins, four knockouts, and no losses.
In January of 2009, Cano took a step up in class against 7-1-1 fellow prospect Luis Rey, but the result was the same – Cano winning big, this time by first round knockout. Cano has stayed busy since his biggest win, decisioning Ernesto Gonzalez in February (his first time going the eight round distance), stopping 36 fight veteran Jorge Luis Lopez in four rounds in April, and decisioning unbeaten Fabian Marimon on June 20th.
On December 12th, Cano returned to the ring with a first round knockout of Tomas Sierra, and on February 20th, Marcos Valdez faced the same fate when Cano also defeated him by knockout in the first round.