Before finishing his career in May 1942 orthodox boxer Foran built up a record of 70 wins, 3 draws, and 28 losses, starting at age 18 on March 1931 and ending 11 years later at . The longest win streak that Foran has ever recorded was between March 1931 and November 1933 when it totaled 20 wins. Foran's longest KO streak is 6 fights long.
Finally getting his feet wet in the pro ranks Foran became the first to go the distance with Jack kid Mccabe over a 10 round win for Foran. Following on from his debut, Foran continued his mostly successful career by fighting in a further 51 fights. In this time he fought Tommy Steele, Bert Kirby and Len Beynon to name just a few, fighting 9 times in 1931, 10 times in 1932 and 32 times between 1933 and 1936 in this period.
Foran lost to Joe Croft in his next fight. Taking place on January 13th, 1932, Foran's career record after this fight stood at 8-1-1. On January 13th, 1932, Foran took on and was defeated over the distance by Joe Croft in his first career defeat. Foran lost via PTS in a valiant effort. Fights against boxers including Mickey Mcguire, Boy Walley and Bert Kirby followed where he won 24 fights taking his winning streak to 31 wins.
Foran went into his next fight against Len (nipper) Hampston on April 16th, 1934 with a career record of 31-3-1. Foran faced the first stoppage of his career against Len (nipper) Hampston in the 7th round of a 12 round fight via KO. Foran then went on to win a further 9 fights taking his record to 37 wins, 5 losses and 2 draw.
Foran went into his next career fight with a record of 37-5-2 and took this to 38 wins with a win against Tommy Steele on January 24th, 1936. The win against Steele came in the 11th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Foran was the 2nd person to stop Steele. 5 wins followed where Foran went on to fight George Sanderson, Jim Meecham and Fred Todkill amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Francois Machtens was the next fight for Foran on May 15th, 1936 and also his next career win. The 12 round fight ended in the 8th round via KO crowning Foran as only the 2nd to stop Machtens.
Foran kept his losses at 28 by beating Joey Stark on April 14th, 1942. In 1942 Foran fought his next opponent Joey Stark ending in a win for Foran. In a successful fight, Foran was the first person to go the distance with Stark.
Ginger Foran went into his fight with Curley St angelo on May 5th, 1942 with 69 wins and he added another win to his record taking it to 70 wins by beating St angelo. Still causing trouble for his opponents, Foran became only the 16th person to defeat St angelo in a tough fight over the full 8 rounds. After 101 fights, this was Foran's final fight as a pro.