John Murray's debut fight took place on September 2003 when he was 18 years of age. His career has spanned 10 years to date and whilst he's now in the later stages of his career, he has amassed a record of 33-3-0 over the course of his 36 fight career. The longest win streak that Murray has ever recorded was between September 2003 and April 2011 when it totaled 31 wins. Murray's longest KO streak is 6 fights long.
In his first fight in September 2003, Murray defeated Peter Buckley in a 4 round fight. The fight went the full distance and secured Murray his first win and distance win to kick of his pro career. Following his debut, Murray had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 18 fights including 3 times in 2003, 7 times in 2004 and 8 times through 2005 and 2006 against the likes of Mouibi Sarouna, Ignacio Mendoza and Harry Ramogoadi.
Murray then went on to fight and beat Lee Meager on July 11th, 2008 maintaining his unbeaten record. Meager was a worthy challenger but Murray was too much and became the first person to stop Meager via TKO during round 5.
Lee Mcallister was up next for Murray on January 17th, 2009. Murray continued with his winning streak by beating Mcallister. Murray's fight against Lee Mcallister came in the 8th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Murray became the first person to stop Mcallister. 5 wins followed where Murray went on to be the first to stop Gary Buckland, 2nd person to stop Andrey Kudryavtsev (Round 9 TKO) and 3rd person to stop Scott Lawton (Round 6 TKO).
On July 16th, 2011, Murray took on and was defeated by Kevin Mitchell in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 31-1-0. Mitchell was a push too far for Murray and after a tough fight Mitchell became the first person to beat and stop Murray in round 8.
On December 3rd, 2011, Murray took on and was defeated by Brandon Rios meaning his career tally went to 31-2-0. Rios upset Murray in a 12 round fight, stopping him in the 11th round and becoming only the 2nd person to stop Murray. Murray then went on to face Michael Escobar where he added another win to his tally.
Furthering his career, Murray fought John Simpson on March 1st, 2014 and continued his career to a record of 33-2-0. The win came via TKO. Becoming the 3rd fighter to stop Simpson in his career, Murray beat Simpson via TKO in the 2nd round of a 10 round fight.
Murray went into his next fight against Anthony Crolla on April 19th, 2014 with a career record of 33 wins. Left wondering where Murray's career will go next, Crolla became only the 3rd man to stop Murray in the 10th round of a 12 round fight.