Mcpherson, aged 21, started his career on August 2005. Although still relatively close to the start of his career, his record stands at 7 wins and will hopefully continue to rise. The longest KO streak that Mcpherson has ever had is 2 throughout his 7 fights and his longest winning streak is 7 wins. This started on August 2005 and came to an end on July 2007.
In August 2005, Mcpherson took Wilmer Torres the full 4 round distance in a UD decision debut win on the judges scorecards. Mcpherson's rise through the ranks continued with 4 wins against fighters such as Jerome Elder, Wilmer Torres and Daniel Neal. This took his record to 4 wins.
Daniel Neal was beaten next on May 26th, 2006 meaning Mcpherson could maintain his unbeaten streak. Neal was stopped in the 4th round via TKO meaning Mcpherson was the 3rd person to stop this opponent. Mcpherson fought boxers including Jerome Elder and Damon Antoine and he went on to win another 2 fights.
Charles Norwood was beaten next on May 11th, 2007 meaning Mcpherson could maintain his unbeaten streak. Charles Norwood was Mcpherson's next opponent of his career in 2007. The fight was scheduled for 4 and Mcpherson was the first person to go the distance with Norwood where the fight ended in a win for Mcpherson.
On June 23rd, 2007 Mcpherson fought and beat Shawn Fountain (0-1-0) to continue his unbeaten streak. The 4 round fight ended in the 1st round via TKO crowning Mcpherson as only the 2nd to stop Fountain.
Juan Mcpherson went into his latest fight with William Deets on July 21st, 2007 with 6 wins and he continued this winning streak taking it to 7 wins. Taking his total win streak to 7 wins, Mcpherson defeated Deets in the 4 round fight. The win came via TKO in the 1st round. Mcpherson was the 2nd to stop Deets.