Although now beaten Eddie Wilson started his career on November 1978 and has now built up a record of 12 wins, 2 losses and 1 draws. Fighting his latest fight in November 2018, Wilson is looking to improve on his 3 year career to date and see just how far he can go. Wilson's longest KO streak is 5 fights long out of his 15 pro career fights.
Wilson proved he was made for the pro ranks in his debut against William Banks, becoming the first person in Banks's 1 fights to stop him. The fight ended in round 1 of 0. Wilson continued on his career with fights against boxers including Walter Cloud, Henry Washington and William Banks. Fights included suffered his first defeat at the hands of Marvin Stinson, 4th person to go the distance with Roger Braxton and first to stop Fahim Muhammad in this time.
The first defeat of Wilson's career came against Marvin Stinson on March 31st, 1980. This took his career record to 6-1-0. Marvin Stinson became the first person to stop and also the first to defeat Wilson. The win came via KO in the 1st round of a 8 round bout. Wilson's win streak of 6 rose to 9 following 3 wins against boxers such as Jesse Prieto, Omar Deverse and Victor Conway.
Wilson kept his losses at 1 by beating Don Farmer on March 4th, 1982. Becoming the first person to stop Don Farmer, Wilson beat Farmer via KO in the 2nd round of a 0 round fight. Wilson's wins continued and went from 10 wins to 11 after he then defeated Mike Jameson.
On April 27th, 1982, Wilson went into action again and beat Ruben Williams taking the winning record to 12 wins. Williams was stopped in the 4th round via KO meaning Wilson was the 3rd person to stop this opponent.
On November 19th, 1982, Wilson took on and was defeated by Mark Wills meaning his career tally went to 12-2-1 A great performance by opponent Wills added a 2nd stoppage defeat to Wilson's career. Wilson was outmatched and the fight was brought to a halt in round 2 via TKO.