- Name: Anthony Romero
- Pro MMA Record: 10-1-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
- Nickname: The Genius
- Current Streak: 1 Win
- Age: 1997-02-25 | Date of Birth: 1997.02.25
- Last Fight: November 21, 2021 in FFC
- Weight Class: Lightweight | Last Weigh-In: 154.6 lbs
- Affiliation: Niagara Top Team
- Height: 5'11" (180cm) | Reach: 70.0" (178cm)
- Career Disclosed Earnings: $0 USD
- Born: Canada
- Fighting out of: Ontario, Canada
- College: Brock University
- Foundation Style: Taekwondo
- Head Coach: Chris Prickett & Lyndon Whitlock
- Other Coaches: N/A
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updated Sat Jan 22 07:58:27 2022#18Anthony Romero is the 18th ranked of 936 active United States Pro Lightweights.
updated Wed Jan 19 23:27:05 2022#2Anthony Romero is the 2nd ranked of 132 active US Southwest Pro Lightweights.
updated Thu Jan 20 06:22:34 2022#2Anthony Romero is the 2nd ranked of 69 active Texas Pro Lightweights.
updated Sat Jan 22 17:29:43 2022#7Anthony Romero is the 7th ranked of 238 active US Midwest Pro Lightweights.
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Anthony "The Genius" Romero is a pro MMA fighter from Welland, Ontario, Canada. Romero trains out of Niagara Top Team, St. Catharines, ON. and Aegis MMA in Oakville, ON.
Anthony Romero would compete professionally for the first time on November 18 of 2017 defeating Peter San Antonio by unanimous decision. Anthony Romero would continue impressing the MMA world starting his career off 7-0 getting put on the 2020 season of Dana White's contender series. His opponent would be 8-2 Mike Breeden. Romero would comfortably cruise his way to a unanimous decision win. Despite this, Anthony Romero did not do enough to earn a UFC contract from Dana White. After his impressing showing on the Contender Series, the undefeated Anthony Romero (8-0) would compete at LFA 96 against Zach Juusola (11-6) where he would win by split decision improving his record to 9-0. His next fight would come against JJ Okanovich (7-2) who also appeared on the Contender Series. JJ Okanovich would score the upset over Anthony Romero by split decision. He came back to his winning ways beating Nico Echeverry 11-4 at Fury FC 54. Anthony Romero and the rest of the MMA community still believe that he will make it to the UFC soon.