Starting out in boxing aged just 10, Pacheco was an eight-time National Champion and chose to turn pro with Eddie Hearn as the number one rated Middleweight in American and Mexico on the back of impressive victories in the 2017 Junior Golden Gloves and 2018 USA Junior Olympic Nationals.
Pacheco, who stands at a remarkable 6ft 4in, made his pro bow in December 2018 in Mexico. He made his US debut in April 2019 after turning 19 and then added a third country in the pros in his eighth fight, scoring a showreel KO win in Saudi Arabia on the undercard of Anthony Joshua-Andy Ruiz 2.
Now campaigning up at Super-Middleweight, Pacheco has linked up with Jose Benavidez Snr and continues to go from strength to strength. Pacheco rounded off 2022 by boxing on CaneloGGG3 and EstradaChocolatito3, scoring big KO victories on each card.
Pacheco headlined three times in 2023 in three different countries. He KO'd Jack Cullen in England at the start of the year before taking out Manuel Gallegos in Mexico in the summer. He finished the year with his LA homecoming, where he impressively finished former World Title challenger Marcelo Coceres in the ninth round.