Audley Harrison (age 29) was a orthodox boxer with a record of 31 wins, 7 losses, 0 draws. Starting his career on May 2001 at age 29, Audley Harrison fought 38 times over 11 years as a pro. Harrison's longest KO streak is 5 fights long out of his 38 pro career fights.
An explosive pro debut saw Harrison face Mike Middleton in a 6 round debut fight. Audley became only the 6th person to stop Middleton shy of the full distance, stopping him in the 1st. Continuing on from his successful debut, Harrison continued his winning streak by winning his next 17 fights. In this time he fought and beat Richel Hersisia, Rob Calloway and Tomasz Bonin to name just a few, fighting 3 times in 2001, 5 times in 2002 and 9 times through 2003 and 2004.
Rob Calloway was beaten next on February 8th, 2003 meaning Harrison could maintain his unbeaten streak. Becoming the first person to stop Rob Calloway, Harrison beat Calloway via TKO in the 5th round of a 8 round fight. Harrison then went on to win a further 7 fights taking his record to 16 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.
Harrison then went on to fight and beat Tomasz Bonin on June 19th, 2004 maintaining his unbeaten record. Harrison's fight against Tomasz Bonin came in the 9th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Harrison became the first person to stop Bonin. Harrison's winning streak went from 17 wins to 19 after he then defeated boxers including Robert Davis and Robert Wiggins.
Unfortunately, the first defeat of Harrison's career came against Danny Williams on December 10th, 2005 in Harrison's 20th professional fight. Harrison's first defeat came over the full distance against Danny Williams on December 10th, 2005. The fight went to the judges in a SD loss for Harrison. Harrison's win streak of 19 rose to 21 following 2 wins against boxers such as Danny Williams and Andrew Greeley.
Taking another knock in his career, Michael Sprott was next in line for Harrison with Sprott coming out victorious. Harrison career was at 21-3-0 following the fight. Stepping up against a talented Sprott, it wasn't long before Harrison found himself in trouble against Sprott early. After 3 rounds Harrison lost via KO. Sprott became the first of 24 opponents to stop Harrison. Harrison continued his success in the next 10 fights taking his record to 28 wins, 6 losses and 0 draws.
Harrison went into his next career fight with a record of 31-6-0 and took this to 31 wins with a win against Claus Bertino on February 23rd, 2013. The win against Claus Bertino came in the 1st round of a 3 round fight via TKO. Harrison was the quickest person to stop Claus.
The next defeat of Harrison's career came against Deontay Wilder on April 27th, 2013. This took his career record to 31-7-0. Wilder turned out to be too much for Harrison stopping him in the 1st. Showing that the time was right for Harrison to call it a day and retire.