After a debut fight on October 2006, Kris Hughes (age 32) has now built a record of 17 wins, 5 losses, 0 draws over a 22 fight career so far. The longest KO streak that Hughes has ever had is 1 throughout his 22 fights and his longest winning streak is 12 wins. This started on October 2006 and came to an end on July 2010.
Hughes fought and defeated Delroy Spencer in a successful 6 round debut. The decision was left to the judges after the final bell in a PTS result favouring Hughes. Following his debut, Hughes had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 11 fights including once in 2006, 2 times in 2007 and 8 times through 2008, 2009 and 2010 against the likes of Matthew Edmonds, Ian Bailey and James Ancliff.
Next was Chris Riley on March 6th, 2009 where Hughes took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Chris Riley was Hughes's next opponent of his career in 2009. The fight was scheduled for 6 and Hughes was the 2nd person to go the distance with Riley. 7 wins followed where Hughes went on to be the 6th person to go the distance with Ian Bailey, 7th person to stop Dai Davies (Round 1 KO) and 4th person to defeat James Ancliff.
The first defeat of Hughes's career came against Jamie Arthur on October 16th, 2010. This took his career record to 12-1-0. Coming into the fight with high confidence Hughes fought his next fight against Jamie Arthur on October 16th, 2010. Unfortunately, Hughes was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 12-1-0. 3 wins followed for Hughes including being the 5th person to go the distance with Michael Harvey, 13th person to defeat James Ancliff and 38th person to defeat Youssef Al hamidi.
Hughes lost to Carl Frampton in his next fight. Taking place on January 28th, 2012, Hughes's career record after this fight stood at 15-2-0. Hughes's fight against Carl Frampton was Hughes's first stoppage defeat. This came via TKO in the 7th round of a 12 round fight.
Hughes lost to Richard Commey in his next fight. Taking place on September 15th, 2012, Hughes's career record after this fight stood at 15-3-0. Hughes was beaten by Richard Commey in the 4th round. Hughes had only ever been stopped 2 times previously in his career. Fights against boxers Mark Ginley followed taking his record to 16-4-0
Taking a knock to his career, Hughes fought and was defeated by Jon Slowey on December 7th, 2013 taking his record to 16-5-0. Outclassed, Hughes took another loss as the judges awarded Slowey the PTS win on a great performance.
Ensuring he added another win to his tally, Kris Hughes defeated Jon Slowey on June 27th, 2014 in his latest fight. This was another staggering performance by Hughes, picking apart Slowey over the 10 rounds and being the first of 16 opponents to defeat Slowey.