Briscoe, a pro since February 1924 has now had 12 fights lasting 6 years as a pro. Although he's tasted defeat, he's shown a clear love for fighting. With his last fight having taken place in November 2018, Briscoe now looks for his next challenge as a pro. Briscoe's longest win streak is 4 fights between February 1924 and December 1928. His longest KO streak in his 12 fights is 2 fights long.
Briscoe's first fight came against Ray Rancourt where Briscoe became only the 2nd person to stop Rancourt, stopping him in round 3 to claim his first pro fight stoppage and an almost perfect start to his career. Briscoe continued on his career with fights against boxers including Johnny Moore, Ray Rancourt and Paul Murphy. Fights included 5th person to go the distance with Matty Cordes, 2nd person to stop Ray Rancourt (Round 3 KO) and 6th person to stop Johnny Moore in this time.
Benny 'kid' Carter was next in line for Briscoe where unfortunately, he was defeated on May 14th, 1929 taking his record to 6-1-1. Briscoe's first defeat came over the full distance against Benny 'kid' Carter on May 14th, 1929. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Briscoe. Briscoe fought boxers including Terry Parker and Benny 'kid' Carter and he went on to win another 2 fights.
On October 8th, 1929, Briscoe went into action again and beat Al Rackow taking the winning record to 9 wins. Briscoe's PTS win against Al Rackow came via judges decision of a 6 round fight. Briscoe became the 17th person to defeat Rackow and secured a great win.
Ensuring he added another win to his tally, Jimmy Briscoe defeated Frank young Lebrun on April 11th, 1930 in his latest fight. In a great performance by Briscoe, Lebrun was the lesser technical boxer of the two and Briscoe came away with the PTS decision, putting the first loss on Lebrun's record.