Danny Romero
Danny Romero

Danny Romero Biography Wiki

Do you want to know more about ABC7 weatherman Danny Romero Biography? This is the place for you. People are familiar with the name of ABC7 Eyewitness News Channel's popular weathercaster.

At this time, Danny worked as a weekend evening weathercaster on ABC7 News Channel.

Additionally, Romero hosts the half-hour show Vista L.A., as well as ABC7's Cool Kids program, which highlights young people doing good in the community.

Danny Romero Career

Danny began his professional career after high school with his first job in Fresno. In San Diego, Romero worked weeknights on B-100 FM.

Afterwards, Danny worked as a weekend weathercaster for Channel 8. He was hired two years later to work as the prime-time forecaster for KCOP in Los Angeles. He worked at KNBC for seven years and won three Emmy awards.

Romero is involved with many organizations in Southern California that helped people. Before being diagnosed with cancer three times, he worked for Boys and Girls Clubs, the American Cancer Society, UCP, MDA, March of Dimes, MS Society, The Downtown L.A. Mission and others.

Danny Romero Weatherman Age

Since 2005, when he began working at ABC7, Romero has been known as the ABC7 Weatherman. Danny, a weatherman from Los Angeles, was born on July 12, 1974. As of 2022, Danny Romero is 47 years old.

Danny Romero ABC7 Family Background

Finally Introduced Romero family he was born and raised in East Los Angeles, he moved with his family all over the greater Los Angeles area, including Echo Park, Bell Gardens, Boyle Heights, Pico Rivera, Montebello, and Bell Gardens

A brother named Juan lives with him. Juan donated a portion of his liver to his father, who had a rare liver disorder.

The grandfather of Romero was a professional boxer and he is a boxing trainer Romero. Romero said he had loving parents. He said, "I realize now they were struggling to provide endless support to make my career successful. 

My family used to eat beans, rice, and tortillas, but I learned that was more than some people had.

In his 13-year amateur career, Danny Sr. coached his son. Romero would turn pro in September 1992. Having failed to make the 1992   Olympics team, 

Danny Romero Boxing Career

The first fight of Romero's professional career was against Raul Hernandez in Phoenix, Arizona on September 14, 1992. Seven of his eight first fights took place in the Phoenix area, and he won them all by knockout.

In his first fight outside of Phoenix, Romero knocked out Alberto Cantu in three rounds in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, on April 13, 1993. In his hometown, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, on May 22, 2003, he won his first professional fight by knocking out Silverio Porras in two rounds.

On May 5, 1994, Romero knocked out Brian Lonon in two rounds to win the NABF regional Flyweight title. He then won five more bouts, including a win over former Alex Sanchez world title challenger Orlando Malone. The four-time champion added three non-title victories before challenging for his first world championship.

He won the IBF Flyweight title with a twelve-round unanimous decision over Francisco Tejedor at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Arena on April 22, 1995. On September 8, he faced Willy Salazar, an unheralded fighter, in a non-title bout.

In an upset considered by Ring Magazine to be the "upset of the year" for 1995, Romero was knocked out by Salazar in the 7th round. When the fight was stopped due to an eye injury, he led on all scorecards. With a first-round knockout victory over former WBO world Flyweight champion Jose Quirino, he bounced back.

Gym of Danny Romero

Romero occasionally works on television, particularly for Showtime Boxing, as well as commercials and movies. Danny Romero Productions is the promotional company he founded.

Currently, the company promotes shows of all kinds with professional fighters signed up. His fighters receive elite training at a private boxing gym. Danny and his pro fighters prepare for possible upcoming events at the gym

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Occasionally, Romero works for Showtime's boxing network, as well as commercials and movies. Danny Romero Productions is his own promotional company.

Currently, the company promotes shows of all kinds and has professional fighters on board. To provide his fighters with elite training, he bought a private boxing gym. Danny and his pro fighters train at the gym in preparation for upcoming events.

Danny Romero Boxer Net Worth

Romero is estimated to have a net worth of $6 to $8 million dollars. From his successful career as a professional boxer, he has accumulated his wealth.

Danny Romero ABC Salary Update

Romero's annual salary ranges between $20,000 and $100,000 due to his position as the top weathercaster for ABC7.

Body measurements of Danny Romero 

In need of updating: Body measurements The height of the person is 5 feet and 5 inches(1.65 cm or 165 cm) He is of moderate weight 

His eye color has not yet been determined His hair color is to be determined Shoe Size: To be determined

Danny Romero Boxer Wife

It is unknown what Romero's dating life is like as he has kept his personal life out of the spotlight. As a result, Romero's relationship status and marital status are unknown. It is also unclear whether he has children.

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Danny Romero ABC7

At ABC7, Romero works alongside;

  • Alex Cheney – General Assignment Reporter
  • Lori Corbin – Food Coach and Journalist
  • Marc Cota-Robles – General Assignment Reporter
  • Adrienne Alpert – General Assignment Reporter
  • Rachel Brown – Anchor and General Assignment Reporter
  • Marc Brown – Anchor
  • Ashley Brewer – Sports Anchor/Reporter
  • Rachel Jordan – Community Journalist
  • Brandi Hitt – Journalist
  • Miriam Hernandez – General Assignment Reporter
  • Jade Hernandez – General Assignment Reporter
  • Rob Hayes – General Assignment Reporter
  • Josh Haskell – General Assignment Reporter
  • John Gregory – General Assignment Reporter
  • Eileen Frere – Reporter
  • Jessica De Nova – Multi-Skilled Journalist
  • Denise Dador – Health Specialist
  • Sophie Flay – Journalist  
  • Kimi Evans – Metrologist
  • Chris Cristi – Helicopter Reporter
  • Eileen Frere – Reporter
  • Rob Fukuzaki – Sports Anchor
  • Sid Garcia – General Assignment Reporter
  • Carlos Granda – General Assignment Reporter
  • Jessica De Nova – Multi-Skilled Journalist
  • Denise Dador – Health Specialist
  • Tony Cabrera – General Assignment Reporter
  • Alex Cheney – General Assignment Reporter

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Who is Danny Romero Married to?

The details of Romero's dating life are being investigated because he is very private about his personal life. He is not married, dating, or has any children. We will update the information as soon as possible.

Where is Danny Romero Now?

He is pursuing boxing as a career. He is well known as a boxer. One of his most popular nicknames is "Kid Dynamite.". He holds two IBF titles at flyweight and super flyweight

How Tall is Danny Romero ABC News?

The person stands at 165 cm(1.65 cm) high, which is 5 feet and 5 inches.

How Old is Danny Romero?

Danny was born on July 12, 1974, in Los Angeles. He will be 47 years old in 2022.


Here, you'll learn about ABC7 weatherman Danny Romero's bio, net worth, lifestyle, marriage, career, and many more.

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