Age 20 boxer started his career on November 1945 building a record of 57-18-3 over 9 years, last fighting 0 ago in June 1955. Brown's longest KO streak is 5 fights long out of his 78 career fights.
In a great debut, Brown took on Nick Melnick in a 6 round fight, becoming the 2nd person to stop Melnick in his 5 fight career to date. Brown's rise in boxing continued with 40 fights against fighters such as Reuben Shank, Charley Padalino and Al Johnson. He had a mixed start to his career but mostly successful so far.
On December 28th, 1945, Brown took on and was defeated by Joey Hartfield meaning his career tally went to 2-1-0. Brown's first defeat came over the full distance against Joey Hartfield on December 28th, 1945. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Brown. Brown's win streak of 2 rose to 37 following 35 wins against boxers such as Charley Padalino, Curtis Moore, Joe Blackwood and 32 others.
Furthering his career, Brown fought Mark Hart on April 18th, 1950 and continued his career to a record of 38-9-2. The win came via TKO. Hart proved to be no match for Brown, and Brown became the first person to stop Hart via TKO during round 4. Brown's win streak of 38 rose to 51 following 13 wins against boxers such as Allan Cooke, Jean Stock, Dennis Powell and 10 others.
Brown went into his next fight against Yolande Pompey on October 21st, 1952 with a career record of 51-15-3. Brown was beaten by Yolande Pompey in the 5th round. The win came via TKO in the 5th round. This was Brown's first stoppage defeat. Fights against boxers including Otto Bastian, Isimeli Radrodro and Henry Bray followed where he won 6 fights taking his winning streak to 55 wins.
Brown went into his next career fight with a record of 55-17-3 and took this to 56 wins with a win against Winfried Henne on January 9th, 1954. The win against Henne came in the 6th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. Brown was the 6th person to stop Henne. Another win followed for Brown taking his win tally to 57 wins.
The next defeat of Brown's career came against Ron Barton on June 9th, 1955. This took his career record to 57-18-3. This turned out to be Brown's last career fight, bringing Brown's 78 fight career to an end on November 22nd, 2018. Barton was too much for Brown and became the 2nd person to stop him.