On This Day In Boxing History




SEPTEMBER 18 - SEPTEMBER 24





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SEPTEMBER 18

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1924: Los Angeles, CA. Fidel LaBarba KO 1 Pat Pringle. Labarba's pro debut.

1939: Ki-Soo Kim born in Pukchong, North Korea.

1946: Bronx, NY. World Heavyweight Championship. Joe Louis KO 1 Tami Mauriello. Retains title.

1953: Syracuse, NY. World Welterweight Championship. Kid Gavilan W 15 Carmen Basilio. Retains title. Retains title.

1963: Tokyo, Japan. World Flyweight Championship. Hiroyuki Ebihara KO 1 Pone Kingpetch. Wins title.

1976: Berlin, Germany. WBC World Light Middleweight Championship. Eckhard Dagge W 15 Emile Griffith. Retains title.

1976: Hato Rey, PR. WBC World Junior Lightweight Championship. Alfredo Escalera KO 13 Ray Lunny III. Retains title.

1977: Merida, Mexico. WBC World Flyweight Championship. Miguel Canto W 15 Martin Vargas. Retains title.

1977: Caracas, Venezuela. WBC World Junior Flyweight Championship. Luis Estaba KO 15 Orlando Hernandez.Retains title.

1978: Martin Burke dies in in Palm Springs, California, at the age of eighty-one.

1982: Atlantic City, NJ. WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship. Michael Spinks KO 9 Johnny Davis. Retains title.

1982: Los Angeles, CA. WBC World Junior Lightweight Championship. Rafael “Bazooka” Limon KO 7 Chung Il Choi. Retains title.

1982: Chongiu, S. Korea. WBC World Junior Flyweight Championship. Hilario Zapata W 15 Jung Koo Chang. Retains title.

1985: Austin Trout born in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

1994: Hughie Fury born in Stockport, Cheshire, England.

1994: Tokyo, Japan. WBA World Super Flyweight Championship. Hyung-Chul Lee KO 9 Katsuya Onizuka. Wins title.

1998: Las Vegas, Nevada. IBF World Light Middleweight Championship. Yory Boy Campas KO 3 Larry Barnes. Retains title.

1998: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBC World Welterweight Championship. Oscar De La Hoya KO 8 Julio Cesar Chavez. Retains title.

1999: Las Vegas, Nevada. IBF World Cruiserweight Championship. Vassily Jirov KO 10 Dale Brown. Retains title.

1999: Las Vegas, Nevada. (linear) World Welterweight Championship. Felix Trinidad W 12 Oscar De La Hoya. Wins titles.

2001: Two-time former World Featherweight Champion Sandy Saddler, 75, dies of Alzheimer's disease at a New York City nursing home.

2004: Las Vegas, Nevada. World Middleweight Championship. Bernard Hopkins KO 9 Oscar De La Hoya. Retains title.

2004: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBA & IBF World Featherweight Championship. Juan Manuel Marquez W 12 Orlando Salido. Retains title.

2008: Panama City, Panama. WBA World Super Bantamweight Championship. Celestino Caballero KO 1 Elvis Meja. Retains title.

2008: Panama City, Panama. WBA World Bantamweight Championship. Anselmo Moreno Tech. Dec 7 Cecilio Santos. Retains title.

2010: Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. WBC World Lightweight Championship. Humberto Soto W 12 Fidel Monterrosa Munoz. Retains title.



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SEPTEMBER 19

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1922: Willie Pep, born Guiglermo Papaleo, in Middletown, Connecticut.

1932: Toronto, Canada. World Bantamweight Championship. Panama Al Brown KO 1 Spider Pladner. Retains title.

1945: Pittsburgh, PA. Sammy Angott KO 6 Ike Williams.

1954: Bankok, Thailand. World Bantamweight Championship. Robert Cohen W 15 Chamrem Songkitrat. Wins vacant title.

1967: Wembley, England. WBC World Flyweight Championship. Chartchai Chionoi KO 7 Walter McGowan. Retains title.

1969: Kostya Tszyu born in Serov, Russia.

1980: Los Angeles. WBC World Bantamweight Championship. Lupe Pintor KO 12 Johnny Owen. Retains title.

1991: Tokyo, Japan. WBC World Bantamweight Championship. Joichiro Tatsuyoshi KO 11 Greg Richardson. Wins title.

1992: Glasgow, Scotland. Chris Eubank W 12 Tony Thorton.

1998: Atlanta, GA. Evander “Real Deal” Holyfield W 12 Vaughn Bean.

1998: Oberhausen, Germany. Dariusz Michalczewski KO 8 Mark Prince.

1998: Atlanta, GA. Jorge Elicer Julio W 12 Adonis Cruz.

2005: Tokyo, Japan. WBA World Flyweight Championship. Lorenzo Parra W 12 Takefumi Sakata. Retains title.

2009: Neubrandenburg, Germany. IBF World Middleweight Championship. Sebastian Sylvester W 12 Giovanni Lorenzo. Wins title.


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SEPTEMBER 20

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1887: Harry Woodson born in Cinncinnati, Ohio.

1906: Jack Johnson ND 6 Joe Jeanette, Philadelphia.

1934: Liverpool, England. World Featherweight Championship. Freddie Miller W 15 Nel Tarleton. Retains title.

1939: Detroit, Michigan. World Heavyweight Championship. Joe Louis KO 11 Bob Pastor. Retains title.

1949: Waterbury, CT. World Featherweight Championship. Willie Pep KO 7 Eddie Compo. Retains title.

1956: Pancho Bhattachaji born in Calcutta, India.

1957: Los Angeles, CA. World Light Heavyweight Championship. Archie Moore KO 7 Tony Anthony. Retains title.

1958: Boston, Mass. Hogan “Kid” Bassey KO 9 Willie Pep.

1965: London, England. Ken Buchanan KO 2 Brian Tonks. Buchanan's pro debut.

1972: New York City, NY. Muhammad Ali KO 7 Floyd Patterson.

1975: Caracas, Venezuela. WBC World Junior Lightweight Championship. Alfredo Escalera D 15 Leonel Hernandez, Retains title.

1975: WBC Featherweight Inglewood, CA. Championship. David Kotey W 15 Ruben Olivares. Wins title.

1978: Hector Camacho Jr. born in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

1980: San Juan, Puerto Rico. WBA World Lightweight Championship. Hilmer Kenty KO 4 Ernesto Espana. Retains title.

1986: Indianapolis, Indiana. WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship. Marvin Johnson KO 13 Jean-Marie Emebe. Retains title.

1987: Inchon, S. Korea. WBA World Junior Flyweight Championship. Myung Woo Yuh KO 8 Rodolfo Blanco. Retains title.

1989: Rochester, NY. IBF World Welterweight Championship. Simon Brown KO 2 Bobby Joe Young. Retains title.

1996: Miami, Florida. WBC World Welterweight Championship. Pernell “Sweet Pea” Whitaker W 12 Wilfredo Rivera. Retains title.

1996: Miami, Florida. David Tua KO 1 Darrol Wilson.

1996: Miami, Florida. Zab Judah KO 2 Michael Johnson. Judah’s pro debut.

1996: Miami, Florida. Joel Casamayor KO 1 David Chamendis. Casamayor's pro debut.

1997: Aachen, Germany. WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship. Lou Del Valle KO 8 Eddy Smulders. Wins vacant title.

1997: Aachen, Germany. Michael Loewe W 12 Michael Carruth.

2003: Uncasville, CT. IBF World Heavyweight Championship. Chris Byrd W 12 Fres Oquendo. Retains title.

2004: Yokohama, Japan. WBC World Super Flyweight Championship. Katsushige Kawashima W 12 Raul Juarez. Retains title.

2009: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBA World Super World Featherweight Championship. Chris John W 12 Rocky Juarez. Retains title.

2010: Saitama, Japan. WBA World Junior Lightweight Championship. Takashi Uchiyama WKO 5 Roy Mukhlis. Retains title.

2014: Helsinki, Finland. WBA World Lightweight Championship. Richard Abril W 12 Edis Tatli. Retains title.

2014: Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. IBF World Light Flyweight Championship. Javier Mendoza W 12 Ramon Garcia Hirales. Wins title.


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SEPTEMBER 21

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1897: Philadelphia, PA. Joe Gans D 15 Young Griffo.

1900: Tut Jackson born in Washington Court House, Ohio.

1925: Bronx, NY. World Welterweight Championship. Mickey Walker W 15 Dave Shade. Retains title.

1926: Vernon, CA. World Light Welterweight Championship. Mushy Callahan W 10 Pinkey Mitchell. Retains title.

1932: San Francisco, CA. John Henry Lewis W 10 James J.Braddock.

1948: Jersey City, NJ. World Middleweight Championship. Marcel Cerdan KO 12 Tony Zale. Wins title.

1955: Bronx, NY. World Heavyweight Championship. Rocky Marciano KO 9 Archie Moore. Retains title.

1966: New York City, NY. “Smokin'” Joe Frazier W 10 Oscar Bonavena.

1972: Justin Juuko born in Masaka, Uganda.

1974: Rome, Italy. WBC World Light Welterweight Championship. Perico Fernandez W 15 Lion Furuyama. Wins vacant title.

1975: Zolani Petelo born in Zwide,Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

1975: Acelino Freitas born in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.

1983: San Jose, CA. WBC World Cruiserweight Championship. Carlos DeLeon KO 4 Yaqui Lopez. Retains title.

1985: Las Vegas, Nevada. World Heavyweight Championship. Michael Spinks W 15 Larry Holmes, Las Vegas. Wins title.

1985: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBC World Cruiserweight Championship. Bernard Benton W 12 Alfonzo Ratliff. Wins title.

1985: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBC World Junior Lightweight Championship. Julio Cesar Chavez W 12 Dwight Pratchett. Retains title.

1986: Hugo Ruiz born in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico.

1989: Jakarta, Indonesia. IBF World Strawweight Championship. Eric Chavez KO 5 Nico Thomas.Wins title.

1996: Berlin, Germany. Arthur Grigorian KO 2 Gene Reed.

2002: Sammy Bonnici dies in England. 


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SEPTEMBER 22

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1927: Chicago, Illinois. World Heavyweight Championship. Gene Tunney W 10 Jack Dempsey. Retains title.

1933: Houston, Texas.Young Stribling W 10 “Slapsie” Maxie Rosenbloom.

1936: Packey McFarland dies in Chicago, Illinois.

1938: Liverpool, England. World Flyweight Championship. Peter Kane W 15 Jackie Jurich. Wins vacant title.

1956: Elky Clark dies in Glasgow, Scotland.

1960: Los Angeles, CA. World Flyweight Championship. Pone Kingpetch KO 8 Pascuel Perez. Retains title

1964: Wembley, England. World Welterweight Championship. Emile Griffith W 15 Brian Curvis. Retains title.

1973: Toronto, Canada. World Welterweight Championship. Jose Napoles W 15 Clyde Gray. Retains title.

1977: Adonis Stevenson born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

1981: Nagoya, Japan. WBC World Bantamweight Championship. Lupe Pintor KO 15 Hurricane Teru. Retains title.

1983: Monte Carlo, France. WBA World Welterweight Championship. Donald Curry KO 6 Nino LaRocca. Retains title.

1984: Monte Carlo, France. WBA World Bantamweight Championship. Richard Sandoval W 15 Edgar Roman. Retains title.

1988: Los Angeles, CA. WBC World Light Welterweight Championship. Roger Mayweather KO 12 Gato Gonzalez. Retains title.

1989: Mexacali, Mexico. WBA World Featherweight Championship. Antonio Esparragoza KO 5 Fili Montoya. Retains title.

1990: Sacramento, CA. IBF World Junior Lightweight Championship. Tony Lopez W 12 Jorge Paez. Retains title.

1991: Indio, CA. IBF World Bantamweight Championship. Orlando Canizales W 12 Fernie Morales. Retains title.

1998: New York City, NY. IBF World Lightweight Championship. Sugar Shane Mosley KO 5 Eduardo Morales. Retains title.

1998: York City, NY. Angel Manfredy W 12 John Brown.

1978: Tokyo, Japan. Freddy Norwood KO 10 Koji Matsumoto.

2001: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBA World Light Middleweight Championship. Fernando Vargas KO 7 Shibata Flores. Wins vacant title.

2009: Ingemar Johansson dies in Gotheburg, Sweden, at the age of 76 years old.

2010: Alan Rudkin dies in Liverpool, England.

2012: Wroclaw, Poland. WBC World Cruiserweight Championship. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk W12 Francisco Palacios. Retains title.

2012: Glasgow, Scotland. WBO World Lightweight Championship. Ricky Burns w rsc 4 Kevin Mitchell. Retains title.

2012: Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico . IBF World Super Flyweight
Championship. Juan Carlos Sanchez WKO 9 Rodel Mayol. Retains title.


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SEPTEMBER 23

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1878: Jack 'Twin' Sullivan born in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

1878: Mike 'Twin' Sullivan born in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

1901: Ft. Erie, Ontario World Welterweight Championship. James “Rube” Ferns KO 9 Frank Erne. Retains title.

1918: Newark, NY. Benny Leonard ND 8 Ted “Kid” Lewis.

1921: New York City, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Johnny Buff W 15 Pete Herman. Wins title.

1926: Philadelphia, PA. World Heavyweight Championship. Gene Tunney W 10 Jack Dempsey. Wins title.

1929: Hartford, Conn. World Featherweight Championship. Battling Battalino W 15 Andre Routis. Wins title.

1936: Packey McFarland, 47, dies in Joliet, Illinois, after he had contracted an strepococcus infection; strep throat that attacked his heart.

1937: New York City, NY. World Middleweight Championship. Fred Apostoli KO 10 Marcel Thil. Wins title.

1937: New York City, NY. World Welterweight Championship. Barney Ross W 15 Ceferino Garcia. Retains title.

1937: New York City, NY. World Lightweight Championship. Lou Ambers W 15 Pedro Montanez. Retains title.

1937: New York City, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Harry Jeffra W 15 Sixto Escobar. Wins title.

1940: Washington, DC. World Welterweight Championship. Henry Armstrong KO 4 Phil Furr. Retains title.

1948: Bronx, NY. Sugar Ray Robinson W 10 Kid Gavilan.

1948: Bronx, NY. World Lightweight Championship. Ike Williams KO 10 Jesse Flores. Retains title.

1952: Philadelphia, PA. World Heavyweight Championship. Rocky Marciano KO 13 Jersey Joe Walcott. Wins title.

1952: Philadelphia, PA. Cleveland Williams KO 6 Joe McFadden.

1957: Bronx, NY. World Middleweight Championship. Carmen Basilio W 15 Sugar Ray Robinson. Wins title.

1976: Wladimir Sidorenko born in Enerhodar, Ukraine.

1983: Derry Matthews born in Liverpool, England.

1983: Richfield, Ohio. WBA Heavyweight Championship. Gerrie Coetzee KO 10 Michael Dokes. Wins title.

1995: Sacramento, CA. WBC World Featherweight Championship. Manuel Medina W 12 Alejandro Gonzalez. Wins title.

2006: Wetzlar, Germany. IBF World Middleweight Championship. Arthur
Abraham W 12 Edison Miranda. Retains title.


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SEPTEMBER 24
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1898: Benny Valger born in Paris, France.

1922: Paris, France. World Light Heavyweight Championship. Battling Siki KO 6 Georges Carpentier. Wins title.

1923: New York City, NY. Slapsie Rosenbloom's pro debut. “Slapsie” Maxie Rosenbloom W 6 Nick Scanlon.

1930: Hartford, CT. Louis “Kid” Kaplan W 10 Battling Battalino.

1935: New York City, NY. Joe Louis KO 4 Max Baer.

1940: Bronx, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Lou Salica W 15 Georgie Pace. Wins vacant title.

1951: Philadelphia, PA. Archie Moore W 10 Harold Johnson.

1953: New York City, NY. World Heavyweight Championship. Rocky Marciano KO 11 Roland La Starza. Retains title.

1972: George 'Kid' Socks dies in Bethnal Green, London,

1989: Suanbo, S. Korea. WBA World Junior Flyweight Championship. Myung Woo Yuh KO 11 Kenbun Taiho. Retains title.

1993: Tucuman, Argentina. WBA World Light Welterweight Championship. Juan Coggi KO 10 Guillermo Cruz. Retains title.

1993: Rome, Italy. Giovanni Parisi W 12 Antonio Rivera.

1994: London, England. WBC World World Heavyweight Championship. Oliver McCall KO 2 Lennox Lewis. Wins title.

1994: Rotterdam, Holland. Regilio Tuur W 12 Eugene Speed.

1999: Washington D.C. WBC World Middleweight Championship. Keith Holmes W 12 Andrew Council. Retains title.

1999: Washington, D.C. WBA Middleweight Championship. William Joppy KO 7 Julio Cesar Green. Retains title.

2001: Yokohama, Japan. WBC Super Flyweight Championship. Masamori Tokuyama W 12 Gerry Penalosa. Retains title.

2005: Atlantic City, NJ. Wladimir Klitschko W 12 Samuel Peter.

2005: Atlantic City, NJ. Miguel Cotto KO 7 Ricardo Torres.

2007: Tokyo, Japan. WBA World Super Flyweight Championship. Alexander Munoz W 12 Kuniyuki Aizawa. Retains title.

2011: Mexicali, Mexico. WBO World Super Bantamweight Championship. Jorge Arce WKO 4 Simphiwe Nongqayi. Retains title.

2011: Mexico City, Mexico. WBC World Light Flyweight Championship. Adrian Hernandez WKO 2 Gideon Buthelezi. Wins title.



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