Starting off his pro career on November 2011 age 20, Gary Corcoran has had a total of 18 fights - 16 wins, 2 losses, and 0 draws. 6 of the wins coming via stoppage. The longest KO streak that Corcoran has ever had is 2 throughout his 18 fights and his longest winning streak is 15 wins. This started on November 2011 and came to an end on March 2016.
In his first fight in November 2011, Corcoran defeated Billy Smith in a 4 round fight. The fight went the full distance and secured Corcoran his first win and distance win to kick of his pro career. Following his debut, Corcoran had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 9 fights including once in 2011, 4 times in 2012 and 4 times through 2013 and 2014 fighting the likes of as Dai Jones, Faheem Khan and Max Maxwell.
On July 24th, 2015 Corcoran fought and beat Rick Godding (21-0-1) to continue his unbeaten streak. A great showing of his boxing ability, Corcoran became the first person to beat Rick Godding, beating him over the 10 round distance resulting in a UD victory.
Rick Skelton was up next for Corcoran on September 26th, 2015. Corcoran continued with his winning streak by beating Skelton. A great showing of his boxing ability, Corcoran became the first person to beat Rick Skelton, beating him over the 10 round distance resulting in a PTS victory. Corcoran then went on to win again against Danny Butler setting him up well for his next pro fight.
Unfortunately, the first defeat of Corcoran's career came against Liam Williams on July 16th, 2016 in Corcoran's 16th professional fight. Corcoran's fight against Liam Williams was Corcoran's first stoppage defeat of his career. This came via TKO in the 11th round of a 12 round fight.
Pushing his career further, Corcoran fought Larry Ekundayo on July 8th, 2017 adding to his winning record. In what was a true showing of Corcoran's technical ability, Corcoran got the decision in the 12 round fight, and became the first person to beat Ekundayo.
On December 13th, 2017, Corcoran took on and was defeated by Jeff Horn meaning his career tally went to 16-2-0 Corcoran struggled from the off with Horn, suffering his 2nd stoppage defeat out of 18 career fights. The latest loss on Corcoran's journey came via TKO in round 11.