Curtis Summit (age 23) was a orthodox boxer with a record of 26 wins, 9 losses, 3 draws. Starting his career on April 1984 at age 23, Curtis Summit fought 38 times over 15 years as a pro. The longest win streak that Summit has ever recorded was between April 1984 and June 1984 when it totaled 6 wins. Summit's longest KO streak is 4 fights long.
In his debut fight, Summit's became only the 4th fighter to go the distance with Billy Wyatt, winning by PTS in round 6 of 6. Summit continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Felipe Montellano, Billy Wyatt and Kevin Howard. Fights included fighting 4 times in 1984, 6 times in 1985 and 6 times between 1986 and 1990.
Marvin Mcdowell was the next fight for Summit on May 23rd, 1984 and also his next career win. In 1984 Summit fought his next opponent Marvin Mcdowell and defeated him via PTS. Summit was the 2nd person to go the distance with Mcdowell. Summit then went on to win a further 4 fights taking his record to 8 wins, 0 losses and 1 draws.
Pushing his career further, Summit fought Jimmy Muse on June 3rd, 1985 adding to his winning record. Muse was a worthy challenger but Summit was too much and became the first person to stop Muse via TKO during round 7. Another win followed for Summit taking his win tally to 10 wins.
Summit lost to Troy Wortham in his next fight. Taking place on August 21st, 1985, Summit's career record after this fight stood at 10-1-1. Taking the first setback of his career, the August 21st, 1985 Wortham defeat went the full distance and ended via SD.
On February 7th, 1993, Summit went into action again and beat Bruno Wuestenberghs taking the winning record to 21 wins. Becoming the first person to stop Bruno Wuestenberghs, Summit beat Wuestenberghs via TKO in the 7th round of a 12 round fight. Fights against boxers including Emmett Linton, Gustavo fabian Ibanez and Eric Holland followed where he won 7 fights taking his winning streak to 26 wins.
The next defeat of Summit's career came against Anthony Fields on June 26th, 1999. This took his career record to 26-9-3. This turned out to be Summit's final career fight. Fields became the 2nd person to stop Summit in round 9 of a 10 round fight via TKO.