Brubaker started his career aged 20 on April 2012. His career record to date stands at 6-1-1 with a mixed bag of results so far in the career. Between April 2012 and November 2012, Brubaker had his longest winning streak of 4 fights. In his 8 fights, his longest KO streak is 1 fights long.
Getting rid of his debut fight nerves early, Brubaker took on Beau Callaghan in April 2012 and claimed a stoppage victory (round 1, KO). Brubaker was the first person to have ever stopped Callaghan. Brubaker's rise through the ranks continued with 4 wins against fighters such as Kyle Teer, Chad roy Naidu and Mark Sarracino. This took his record to 4 wins.
Mark Sarracino was beaten next on June 15th, 2012 meaning Brubaker could maintain his unbeaten streak. In 2012 Brubaker fought his next opponent Mark Sarracino and defeated him via UD. Brubaker was the 3rd person to go the distance with Sarracino. Brubaker's win streak of 2 rose to 5 following 3 wins against boxers such as Kyle Teer, Chad roy Naidu and Alex Ah tong.
Brubaker lost to Qamil Balla in his next fight. Taking place on September 12th, 2013, Brubaker's career record after this fight stood at 5-1-1. Brubaker's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 10 round fight against the better man. Balla gave Brubaker his first professional loss of his 7 fight career to date.
Ensuring he added another win to his tally, Jack Brubaker defeated Adrian Campbell on June 20th, 2014 in his latest fight. Brubaker out-boxed Campbell over 6 rounds in his most recent performance, taking the win via UD and moving on to bigger and better things.