After a debut fight on March 2007, William Kickett (age 33) has now built a record of 18 wins, 2 losses, 0 draws over a 20 fight career so far. Between March 2007 and September 2008, Kickett had his longest winning streak of 13 fights. In his 20 fights, his longest KO streak is 2 fights long.
A calm Kickett made the statement he was hoping for in a 6 round fight against Paul Sabon. Claiming the only stoppage defeat of Sabon's career in round 3 of the fight via TKO. Following his debut, Kickett had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 10 fights including 8 times in 2007 and 2 times in 2008 fighting the likes of as Romeo Jakosalem, Tommy Browne and Jun Paderna.
On October 20th, 2007 Kickett fought and beat Jun Paderna (13-7-1) to continue his unbeaten streak. Paderna was a worthy challenger but Kickett was too much and became the first person to stop Paderna via TKO during round 1. 6 wins followed for Kickett including being the 5th person to go the distance with Romeo Jakosalem, 2nd person to beat Vicente martin Rodriguez and 7th person to defeat Gairy St clair.
Kickett went into his next fight against Ahmed Elomar on November 7th, 2008 with a career record of 13 wins. Ahmed Elomar became the first person to stop and also the first to defeat Kickett. The win came via KO in the 1st round of a 10 round bout. Kickett's winning streak went from 13 wins to 15 after he then defeated boxers including Moses Seran and Roel Mangan.
Taking a knock to his career, Kickett fought and was defeated by Adrien Broner on June 27th, 2009 taking his record to 15-2-0. Kickett's fight against Adrien Broner was Kickett's 2nd stoppage defeat which came via KO in the 6th round of the fight.
Pushing his career further, Kickett fought Roy tua Manihuruk on May 20th, 2010 adding to his winning record. Showing his class against Manihuruk, Kickett was the 4th person to go the distance with this opponent.
Kickett kept his losses at 2 by beating Jack Asis on July 21st, 2010. Asis was a great challenge for Kickett, losing over the full 6 round distance and crowning Kickett as the 15th person to have defeated Asis.
William Kickett went into his fight with Manopnoi Singmanasak on March 15th, 2013 with 17 wins and he added another win to his record taking it to 18 wins by beating Singmanasak. Manopnoi Singmanasak was little match for Kickett, as Kickett became only the 14th person to defeat Singmanasak in his most recent fight. The fight went the distance via UD decision.