Born April 27th 1987 Luke Keeler (aged 35) has built up a good career record of 10-2-0. With plenty of experience and now 12 fights as a pro, Keeler hopes to move on to better things in future as he moves into the later stages of his career. Keeler's longest win streak is 8 fights between May 2013 and February 2015. His longest KO streak in his 12 fights is 3 fights long.
An explosive pro debut saw Keeler face Mihaly Voros in a 4 round debut fight. Luke became only the 7th person to stop Voros shy of the full distance, stopping him in the 1st. Maintaining a successful start proved easy for Keeler with a further 6 wins, beating boxers such as Laszlo Kovacs, Edgars Sniedze and Festim Lama.
Taking the first knock of his career, Keeler fought Tom Doran on February 14th, 2015 and was defeated by Doran. Keeler's first defeat came over the full distance against Tom Doran on February 14th, 2015. The fight went to the judges in a UD loss for Keeler. Keeler's wins continued and went from 8 wins to 9 after he then defeated Jason Ball.
Keeler went into his next career fight with a record of 9-1-0 and took this to 10 wins with a win against Adam Jones on March 5th, 2016. In 2016 Keeler fought his next opponent in Adam Jones. A challenging 6 round fight that ended in Keeler's favour as the judges awarded Keeler the PTS victory. Keeler was the 13th person to defeat Jones.
On April 2nd, 2016, Keeler took on and was defeated by Tom Doran meaning his career tally went to 10-2-0 Keeler never really got going in his latest fight vs Doran. Doran was the better man and became the first fighter to stop Keeler in a round 2 TKO shutout.