After a debut fight on June 2007, King Davidson (age 35) has now built a record of 18 wins, 2 losses, 0 draws over a 20 fight career so far. Davidson's longest KO streak is 6 fights long out of his 20 pro career fights.
Staritng his career off in tremendous fashion in June 2007, Davidson became the 8th quickest fighter to have ever stopped Mike Wanprasert. The fight ended in round 3 via KO stoppage. Continuing on from his winning debut, Davidson's winning streak continued with wins against fighters included Jakkirt Suwunnalirt, Josh Clenshaw and Frank Loporto fighting 3 times in 2007 and 4 times in 2009.
Davidson went into his next fight against Charles Bellamy on June 29th, 2010 with a career record of 12 wins. Davidson's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 12 round fight against the better man. Bellamy gave Davidson his first professional loss of his 13 fight career to date.
Davidson kept his losses at 1 by beating Ilja Slahota on December 2nd, 2011. Slahota was stopped in the 3rd round via KO crowning Davidson as the first person to stop this opponent. Taking his record to 14-1-0. Davidson then went on to win his next fight against Dmitrij Kalinovskij.
Davidson entered his next fight with a mostly successful record of 14-1-0 and took this to 15 wins with a win against Joseph Lamptey on June 30th, 2012 via TKO. Becoming the 2nd fighter to stop Lamptey in his career, Davidson beat Lamptey via TKO in the 2nd round of a 12 round fight.
On March 1st, 2013, Davidson went into action again and beat Andrejs Loginovs taking the winning record to 16 wins. The win against Loginovs happened in the 5th round of a 8 round fight via TKO. Davidson's wins continued and went from 16 wins to 17 after he then defeated Michael Monaghan.
On December 22nd, 2013, Davidson was in action again with a win via TKO against Stephen Okine taking his mostly successful record to 18-1-0. The 10 round fight ended in the 2nd round via TKO crowning Davidson as only the 5th to stop Okine in his career.
Davidson went into his next fight against Robert Talarek on July 2nd, 2016 with a career record of 18 wins. A valiant effort from Davidson, but one that was out of his reach technically. The fight came to a close after the final bell in a MD loss for Davidson. A setback for Davidson pro journey for sure.