Age 25 boxer started his career on December 1938 building a record of 55-7-10 over 13 years, last fighting 0 ago in July 1952. Vogt's longest KO streak is 7 fights long out of his 72 career fights.
It didn't take Vogt long to get accustomed to the pro style of fighting. Becoming the first person to go the distance with Woyrna in a successful pro debut. Vogt continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Heinz Seidler, Jo De groot and Jean Kreitz. Fights included fighting once in 1938, 6 times in 1939 and 29 times between 1940 and 1944.
On August 9th, 1940, Vogt took on and was defeated by Alfredo Oldoini in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 12-1-0. Taking the first setback of his career, the August 9th, 1940 Oldoini defeat went the full distance and ended via PTS. Vogt's win streak of 12 rose to 19 following 7 great wins, becoming the 7th person to stop Aldo Menabeni (Round 1 KO), 8th person to stop John Andersson and first to stop Gustav Thiess.
On May 4th, 1941, Vogt took on and was defeated by Heinz Seidler meaning his career tally went to 19-2-0. Vogt was beaten by Heinz Seidler in the 8th round. The win came via KO in the 8th round. This was Vogt's first stoppage defeat. Taking his record to 20-2-0. Vogt then went on to win his next fight against Jo De groot.
Pushing his career further, Vogt fought Jean Kreitz on August 24th, 1941 adding to his winning record. Vogt was the first person to stop Jean Kreitz and he did it in the 8th round via KO. Vogt continued his success in the next 39 fights taking his record to 50 wins, 4 losses and 8 draws.
Vogt's career took a knock with a loss against Conny Rux on December 10th, 1949 taking his record to 50-5-8. Vogt failed to go into the later rounds with Rux, with Rux stopping him in the 3rd round and becoming the 2nd person to stop Vogt. Vogt's win streak of 50 rose to 55 following 5 wins against boxers such as Herbert Kleinwachter, Rudolf Oremek, Heinz Seelisch and 2 others.
Vogt went into his next fight against Omelio Agramonte on February 1st, 1952 with a career record of 55-6-10. Vogt boxing ability was put under heavy scrutiny in the Agramonte fight, a test too far for Vogt as he lost via PTS in a judges decision over the 10 round distance.
Vogt went into his next fight against Wilson Kohlbrecher on July 4th, 1952 with a career record of 55 wins. This was a disappointing end to Vogt's career, losing to the better man in Kohlbrecher over a 10 round fight. This was the last time Vogt fought.