With a career lasting 10 years, southpaw Les Allen started off his career at age 18 on September 1947, last fighting in 0 and building a record of 64-23-7. Allen in his 94 fights. The longest win streak that Allen has ever recorded was between September 1947 and July 1954 when it totaled 15 wins. Allen's longest KO streak is 4 fights long.
Staritng his career off in tremendous fashion in September 1947, Allen became the 8th quickest fighter to have ever stopped Al Binney. The fight ended in round 1 via KO stoppage. Following on from his debut, Allen continued his mostly successful career by fighting in a further 47 fights. In this time he fought Billy Stevens, Ron Pudney and Dick Langley to name just a few, fighting 4 times in 1947, 11 times in 1948 and 32 times through 1949, 1950 and 1951 in this period.
Taking the first knock of his career, Allen fought Danny Mckay on September 20th, 1948 and was defeated by Mckay. Coming into the fight with high confidence Allen fought his next fight against Danny Mckay on September 20th, 1948. Unfortunately, Allen was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 8-1-0. 35 wins followed where Allen went on to fight Henry Hall, Billy Stevens and Ron Pudney amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Allen lost to Doug Miller in his next fight. Taking place on March 12th, 1951, Allen's career record after this fight stood at 34-6-5. Allen faced the first stoppage of his career against Doug Miller in the 7th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. Allen's wins continued and went from 34 wins to 35 after he then defeated Dick Langley.
Taking a knock to his career, Allen fought and was defeated by Jean Stock on May 7th, 1951 taking his record to 35-7-5. Allen fought Jean Stock and was defeated via TKO in the 10 round bout. This was Allen's 2nd stoppage defeat in his career which came in the 10th round.
Ron Pudney was next in line for Allen where unfortunately, he was defeated on August 20th, 1951 taking his record to 35-8-5. Allen's fight against Ron Pudney was Allen's 3rd stoppage defeat which came via KO in the 12th round of the fight.
Allen's next defeat of his career came against George Aldridge on February 3rd, 1958. This was a challenging final career fight for Allen, Allen was taken the full 12 rounds in a PTS loss. Allen's career ended in a records of 64 wins,23 losses, and 7 draws.