Age 18 boxer started his career on January 1959 building a record of 27-12-2 over 8 years, last fighting 0 ago in November 1967. He started his best winning streak on January 1959 however, this came to an end on October 1964. In this period he won a total of 9 fights.
Finally getting his feet wet in the pro ranks Stable became the first to go the distance with Julian Diaz over a 4 round win for Stable. Continuing on from his debut, Stable had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 22 fights including 8 times in 1959, 5 times in 1960 and 7 times through 1961, 1962 and 1963 against fighters such as Billy Collins, Angel robinson Garcia and Kenny Lane.
Angel robinson Garcia was next in line for Stable where unfortunately, he was defeated on February 13th, 1960 taking his record to 10-1-1. Taking the first setback of his career, the February 13th, 1960 Garcia defeat went the full distance and ended via SD. Fights against Angel robinson Garcia, Kenny Lane, Chico Morales and 1 other followed where he won all 4 fights taking his winning streak to 14 wins.
Keeping his losses at 1, Stable fought on March 25th, 1961 beating Eddie Jordan via KO. This took his record to 15-1-1 showing quite the successful career to date. Jordan was stopped in the 3rd round via KO meaning Stable was the first person to stop this opponent. Fights against boxers including Dick Turner, Billy Collins and Curtis Cokes followed where he won 11 fights taking his winning streak to 25 wins.
Keeping his losses at 2, Stable fought on October 16th, 1964 beating Sugar Cliff via KO. This took his record to 26-2-1 showing quite the successful career to date. Cliff was stopped in the 2nd round via KO meaning Stable was the first person to stop this opponent. A career that could be described as less than successful saw Stable's record go to 26-5-2 following 4 fights against boxers such as 5th person to go the distance with Percy Manning, fought Emile Griffith and fought Eddie Pace.
Taking another knock in his career, Brian Curvis was next in line for Stable with Curvis coming out victorious. Stable career was at 26-6-2 following the fight. Curvis proved to be the biggest challenge to date for Stable, Stable never really got going in the fight and Curvis handed Stable his first stoppage defeat in the 4th round of a 10 rounder. Fights against boxers including Des Rea followed where he won 3 fights taking his record to a very mixed 27-8-2, not the most successful career to date.
Stable lost to Gypsy joe Harris in his next fight. Taking place on November 22nd, 1966, Stable's career record after this fight stood at 27-9-2. Stable boxing ability was put under heavy scrutiny in the Harris fight, a test too far for Stable as he lost via UD in a judges decision over the 10 round distance.
Taking another knock in his career, Stable fought Danny Perez on November 16th, 1967 and was defeated by Perez. Showing he is not at the level he once was, Stable took a decision loss to end his 41 fight career. The fight ended in a UD loss for Stable.