Born June 11th 1989, orthodox fighter Terry Flanagan started his career in January 2009 at the age of 19 and has now been pro for 9 years, fighting a total of 34 times. Flanagan's longest win streak is 33 fights between January 2009 and April 2017. His longest KO streak in his 34 fights is 3 fights long.
A successful pro debut for Terry, Flanagan showed his superior boxing talent against Danny Mcdermid, becoming the first person to go the full distance with him. Flanagan continued on his journey to success by fighting 5 times in 2009, 3 times in 2010 and 8 times through 2011 and 2012 beating fighters such as Derry Mathews, Lewis Browning and Troy James in his next 18 fights.
Stoyan Serbezov was beaten next on January 22nd, 2011 meaning Flanagan could maintain his unbeaten streak. Becoming the first person to stop Stoyan Serbezov, Flanagan beat Serbezov via TKO in the 2nd round of a 6 round fight. Flanagan's win streak of 9 rose to 27 following 18 great wins, becoming the 4th person to stop Nate Campbell (Round 4 RTD), first to stop Danny Little and 4th person to go the distance with Scott Moises.
Jose Zepeda was Flanagan's next fight on July 11th, 2015 and also his next win in his career. Zepeda was stopped in the 2nd round via RTD meaning Flanagan was the first person to stop this opponent.
Furthering his career, Flanagan fought Diego Magdaleno on October 10th, 2015 and advanced his winning streak to 29 wins. Magdaleno proved to be no match for Flanagan, and Flanagan became the first person to stop Magdaleno via TKO during round 2. Fights against Orlando Cruz, Derry Mathews and Mzonke Fana followed where he won all 3 fights taking his winning streak to 32 wins.
Next was Petr Petrov on April 8th, 2017 where Flanagan took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Flanagan secured the win over Petrov after the final bell via UD, resulting in Flanagan being the 5th person to defeat Petrov.
Terry Flanagan was beaten by Maurice Hooker on June 9th, 2018 in his most recent bout. This took his record to 33-1-0. A confident Flanagan came against his biggest challenge to date on June 9th, 2018, being out-boxed in a 12 round SD loss to Hooker on the judges decision. This was Flanagan's first defeat as a pro.