Name: Nehomar Cermeno
Birth Name: Nehomar Andrés Cermeño Febres
Hometown: Panama City, Panama
Birthplace: Barcelona, Venezuela
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Cermeño represented Venezuela as a bantamweight at the 2000 Sydney Olympic games. His results were:
Other amateur results
- 1998 Central American & Caribbean Games Bronze Medalist in Maracaibo, Venezuela, boxing at 54 kg.
- Defeated Ricardo Blackman (Barbados) RSC 3
- Lost to Waldemar Font (Cuba) RET 5
- 1999 Pan American Games Silver Medalist in Winnipeg, Canada, boxing at 54 kg.
- Defeated Antonio Travieso (Dominican Republic) 15-5
- Defeated Ceferino Labarda (Argentina) 14-3
- Lost to Gerald Tucker (United States) 3-15
- 1999 World Championships participant in Houston, United States, boxing at 54 kg.
- Lost to Sontaya Wongprates (Thailand) 4-14
- 2000 1st America´s Olympic Qualifier Silver Medalist in Tampa, United States, boxing at 54 kg.
- Defeated Sebert Blake (Guyana) 4-3
- Defeated Cesar Morales (Mexico) 10-3
- Lost to Clarence Vinson (United States) 6-8
- 2002 Central American & Caribbean Games Bronze Medalist in San Salvador, El Salvador, boxing at 57 kg.
- Defeated Milton Tizol (Guatemala) RSC-OS 4
- Defeated Carlos Ivan Velasquez (Puerto Rico) 13-8
- Lost to Elio Rojas (Dominican Republic) 6-11
- 2003 Pan American Games participant in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, boxing at 57 kg.
- Lost to Carlos Ivan Velasquez (Puerto Rico) 5-12
| WBA Super Bantamweight Champion
2016 June 24 – 2017 Apr 17