With a career lasting 14 years, southpaw Neil Sinclair started off his career at age 21 on April 1995, last fighting in 0 and building a record of 33-8-0. Sinclair in his 41 fights. The longest win streak that Sinclair has ever recorded was between April 1995 and August 2000 when it totaled 12 wins. Sinclair's longest KO streak is 6 fights long.
In a great debut, Sinclair took on Marty Duke in a 6 round fight, becoming the 14th person to stop Duke in his 39 fight career to date. Sinclair's rise in boxing continued with 21 fights against fighters such as Christopher Henry, Paul Dyer and Michael Smyth. He had a mixed start to his career but mostly successful so far.
Sinclair went into his next fight against Andrew Jervis on May 27th, 1995 with a career record of 1 wins. Sinclair's fight against Andrew Jervis was Sinclair's first stoppage defeat of his career. This came via TKO in the 3rd round of a 6 round fight. 14 wins followed where Sinclair went on to fight Hugh Davey, Kasi Kaihau and Michael Smyth amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Paul Dyer was the next fight for Sinclair on October 16th, 1999 and also his next career win. Becoming the first person to stop Paul Dyer, Sinclair beat Dyer via TKO in the 8th round of a 8 round fight. Sinclair's win streak of 15 rose to 19 following 4 great wins, becoming the first to stop Christopher Henry, 2nd person to stop Paul Dyer and 6th person to stop Dennis Berry.
Sinclair lost to Daniel Santos in his next fight. Taking place on December 16th, 2000, Sinclair's career record after this fight stood at 19-3-0. Santos upset Sinclair, stopping him in the 2nd round and becoming only the 2nd person to stop Sinclair. Racking up wins against Zoltan Szili and Viktor Fesechko, Sinclair went on to fight and win these next 2 fights.
On November 19th, 2001, Sinclair went into action again and beat Harry Dhami taking the winning record to 22 wins. Sinclair was the first person to stop Harry Dhami and he did it in the 5th round via TKO. Sinclair continued his success in the next 14 fights taking his record to 32 wins, 7 losses and 0 draws.
Furthering his career, Sinclair fought Janos Petrovics on November 6th, 2009 and continued his career to a record of 33-7-0. The win came via TKO. Petrovics was stopped in the 4th round via TKO meaning Sinclair was the 7th person to stop this opponent in his career.
Taking another knock in his career, Sinclair fought Bradley Pryce on February 26th, 2010 and was defeated by Pryce. It took 41 pro fights for Sinclair to decide it was now too much to continue fighting. Sinclair's 3 round defeat to Pryce was Sinclair's final fight as a pro.