Although Andres Taylor has been beaten in his career, with a fight count of 31 fights and a 6 year long career he approaches the end of his career with a record of 21-8-2. He made his debut in April 2008 at the age of 29. Taylor's longest KO streak is 2 fights long out of his 31 pro career fights.
In an impressive debut, Taylor kept his calm and defeated Ryan Thompson over 4 rounds via a judges decision. This was only the 4th time Thompson had been taken the full distance. Taylor continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Jim Emrick, Joseph Harris and Chris Thomas. Fights included fighting 5 times in 2008 and 3 times in 2010.
Jason Freeman was Taylor's next fight on September 20th, 2008. The result was an even draw. This took his record to 2-0-1, this was Taylor first fight that didn't end in a win. Taylor was the 3rd person to go the distance with Freeman. Taylor fought Jason Freeman in 2008, the result was a draw. 3 wins followed for Taylor including being the first to stop Kelsey Arnold, 3rd person to stop Philip Jewel (Round 1 TKO) and 16th person to defeat Mike Jones.
Jim Emrick was the next fight for Taylor on February 21st, 2009 and also his next career win. Taylor was the first person to stop Jim Emrick and he did it in the 3rd round via TKO. Taking his record to 8 wins, 0 losses and 1 draws, Taylor then went on to win a further 2 fights.
Taking a knock to his career, Taylor fought and was defeated by Leo Bercier on June 27th, 2009 taking his record to 8-1-1. Coming into the fight with high confidence Taylor fought his next fight against Leo Bercier on June 27th, 2009. Unfortunately, Taylor was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 8-1-1. Taylor continued his success in the next 13 fights taking his record to 20 wins, 1 losses and 2 draws.
Taking a knock to his career, Taylor fought and was defeated by Garrett Wilson on April 14th, 2012 taking his record to 20-2-2. Garrett Wilson became the first person to stop Taylor. The win came via KO in the 12th round of a 12 round bout. A career that could be described as less than successful saw Taylor's record go to 21-6-2 following 5 fights against boxers such as 3rd person to go the distance with Hamilton Ventura, 4th person to go the distance with Rakhim Chakhkiev and 6th person to go the distance with Denton Daley.
On October 25th, 2014, Taylor took on and was defeated by Al Sands meaning his career tally went to 21-7-2. Continuing his career, Taylor fought and was defeated next by Al Sands in 2014 over 10 rounds. Taylor was the 2nd person to go the distance with Al Sands.
Taking another knock in his career, Taylor fought Rayford Johnson on March 28th, 2015 and was defeated by Johnson. A valiant effort from Taylor, but one that was out of his reach technically. The fight came to a close after the final bell in a UD loss for Taylor. A setback for Taylor pro journey for sure.