Jose 'El Loco' Hernandez

Jose “El Loco” Hernandez is a Mexican American professional boxer born February 19th, 1987 in Fort Worth, TX. He is an orthodox boxer in the lightweight division who has gained fame for his come-forward Mexican fighting style. His nickname, “El Loco,” comes from being tall for his weight class, but not using his reach. He is known for his action-packed brawler-type fights.  
Jose started his amateur career at the age of 7 and ended with a 152-26 record at the age of 17. Immediately after, he began his professional career fighting his debut in Austin, TX. He made his mark as a professional by winning the WBC World Youth Super Featherweight Title by scoring a TKO against Juan Garcia. 

His career was mostly developed in his hometown of Fort Worth and the state of Texas. Midway through his career, he began fighting nationwide. Thanks to his exciting fighting style, he caught the attention of praised boxing manager Frank Espinoza. Most recently, Jose has signed with up-and-coming boxing manager, Casey Gutierrez and now trains under Coach Raymond Barrera at Faith Hope and Gloves Boxing, Inc. Soon after, he signed with Leija Battah Promotions.