Starting his career off on March 1988, Scott Johnson is now a 3 year pro with an ever growing wealth of experience. With 16 fights under his belt it's still unclear how far Johnson can push himself or if we've already seen the best of him. Johnson's longest win streak is 4 fights between March 1988 and June 1988. His longest KO streak in his 16 fights is 3 fights long.
In a great debut, Johnson took on Roland Martinez in a 0 round fight, becoming the 2nd person to stop Martinez in his 3 fight career to date. Johnson continued his pro journey by fighting 8 fights following their debut. Fights against boxers such as Joe Edens, Roland Martinez and Ricky Randall followed including 8 times in 1988.
Johnson went into his next fight against Jerry Stephens on July 6th, 1988 with a career record of 4 wins. Johnson's first defeat came over the full distance against Jerry Stephens on July 6th, 1988. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Johnson. 3 wins followed where Johnson went on to be the 7th person to stop Joe Edens (Round 1 TKO), first to stop Steve Nickson and 2nd person to stop Andrew Banks.
On October 23rd, 1988, Johnson took on and was defeated by Moses Robinson meaning his career tally went to 7-2-0. Johnson was beaten by Moses Robinson in the 1st round. The win came via TKO in the 1st round. This was Johnson's first stoppage defeat.
Taking a knock to his career, Johnson fought and was defeated by Charles Wedderburn on November 17th, 1988 taking his record to 7-3-0. Wedderburn upset Johnson in a 0 round fight, stopping him in the 2nd round and becoming only the 2nd person to stop Johnson. Fights against boxers including Larry Nichols, Glenn Smith and Marvin Clowney followed where he won 4 fights taking his winning streak to 10 wins.
Johnson kept his losses at 4 by beating Marvin Clowney on January 19th, 1991. Johnson was the 11th person to stop Marvin and he did it in the 2nd round via TKO.
The next defeat of Johnson's career came against Charles Scott on November 22nd, 1991. This took his career record to 11-5-0. Left wondering where Johnson's career will go next, Scott became only the 4th man to stop Johnson in the 1st round of a 4 round fight.