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Archie Moore boxer

Archie Moore image
Status inactive
Age 81
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 75″/191cm
Debut 1935-09-03
Born 1916-12-13
Death 1998-12-09
Nationality USA
Residence San Diego, California, USA
bouts
220
won
186
lost
23
draw
10
bouts
220
won
186
lost
23
draw
10
Status inactive
Age 81
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 75″/191cm
Debut 1935-09-03
Born 1916-12-13
Death 1998-12-09
Nationality USA
Residence San Diego, California, USA

A native of Benoit, Mississippi, Moore was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and grew up in poverty. A victim of racism for much of his career, Moore was denied a shot at the world title for over ten years, and spent many of those years fighting on the road with little to show for it. An important figure in the American black community, he became involved in African American causes once his days as a fighter were over. He also established himself as a successful character actor in television and film. Moore died in his adopted home of San Diego, California; he was 81 years old.Born Archibald Lee Wright, the son of Thomas Wright, a farm laborer and drifter, and Lorena Wright. He always insisted that he was born in 1916 in Collinsville, Illinois, but his mother told reporters that he was actually born in 1913 in Benoit, Mississippi. His father abandoned the family when Archie was an infant. Unable to provide for him and his older sister, his mother gave them into the care of an uncle and aunt, Cleveland and Willie Pearl Moore, who lived in St. Louis. Archie later explained why he was given their surname: "It was less questions to be called Moore."

A native of Benoit, Mississippi, Moore was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and grew up in poverty. A victim of racism for much of his career, Moore was denied a shot at the world title for over ten years, and spent many of those years fighting on the road with little to show for it. An important figure in the American black community, he became involved in African American causes once his days as a fighter were over. He also established himself as a successful character actor in television and film. Moore died in his adopted home of San Diego, California; he was 81 years old.Born Archibald Lee Wright, the son of Thomas Wright, a farm laborer and drifter, and Lorena Wright. He always insisted that he was born in 1916 in Collinsville, Illinois, but his mother told reporters that he was actually born in 1913 in Benoit, Mississippi. His father abandoned the family when Archie was an infant. Unable to provide for him and his older sister, his mother gave them into the care of an uncle and aunt, Cleveland and Willie Pearl Moore, who lived in St. Louis. Archie later explained why he was given their surname: "It was less questions to be called Moore."

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
March 15, 1963 Mike DiBiase Madison Square Garden, Phoenix WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1962 Muhammad Ali WWWWWW Sports Arena, Los Angeles LOSS
Technical knockout
May 28, 1962 Willie Pastrano WWLLDW Sports Arena, Los Angeles DRAW
Majority decision
May 7, 1962 Howard King WLLWLL Plaza de Toros, Tijuana WIN
KO
March 30, 1962 Alejandro Lavorante WWWWLW Sports Arena, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 23, 1961 Pete Rademacher WWWWLL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
June 10, 1961 Giulio Rinaldi WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York NYSAC World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 25, 1961 Buddy Turman DWWWLL Araneta Coliseum, Barangay Cubao, Quezon City WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 28, 1960 Buddy Turman WDWWWL Memorial Auditorium, Dallas WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 29, 1960 Giulio Rinaldi LWWWWW Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 13, 1960 George Abinet LWLLWL Memorial Auditorium, Dallas WIN
Corner retirement
May 25, 1960 Willi Besmanoff WWLLLL Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 12, 1959 Yvon Durelle WWWWLW Forum, Montreal National Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight

NYSAC World Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
March 9, 1959 Sterling Davis Ector County Coliseum, Odessa WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 10, 1958 Yvon Durelle WLWWWW Forum, Montreal WIN
KO
Aug. 4, 1958 Howard King WWLLLL Moana Ball Park, Reno DRAW
Points
June 9, 1958 Howard King LWWLLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Unanimous decision
May 26, 1958 Charley Norkus WWWWLW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Unanimous decision
May 17, 1958 Howard King DLWWLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Unanimous decision
May 2, 1958 Willi Besmanoff LLLLLW Freedom Hall, Louisville WIN
Split-decision
March 10, 1958 Bob Albright LLLWLL Vancouver WIN
Technical knockout
March 4, 1958 Bert Whitehurst WLWLWL Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 1, 1958 Julio Neves LWWDLL Ginásio Gilberto Cardoso, Río de Janeiro WIN
KO
Jan. 18, 1958 Luis Ignacio LWWWWW Ginásio Estadual do Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo WIN
Points
Nov. 29, 1957 Roger Rischer LDWWLW Auditorium, Portland WIN
KO
Nov. 5, 1957 Eddie Cotton WWWWLW Civic Auditorium, Seattle WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 31, 1957 Ralph KO Hooker LLWWLL Exhibition Gardens, Vancouver WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 20, 1957 Tony Anthony WWWWWD Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
KO
June 2, 1957 Alain Cherville WWWWWW Killesberghalle, Stuttgart WIN
Technical knockout
May 1, 1957 Hans Kalbfell WWWLWW Dubois-Arena, Essen WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 30, 1956 Floyd Patterson WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago LOSS
KO
Sept. 8, 1956 Roy Shire Ogden Stadium, Ogden WIN
Technical knockout
July 25, 1956 James J. Parker WLDDWW Maple Leaf Stadium, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
June 5, 1956 Yolande Pompey WWWWWW Harringay Arena, Harringay World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
April 30, 1956 Gene Thompson DLLLLL Sports Center, Tucson WIN
KO
April 26, 1956 Sonny Andrews DWLWLL Edmonton Gardens, Edmonton WIN
KO
April 16, 1956 George Parmentier WLWDWW Civic Auditorium, Seattle WIN
Technical knockout
April 10, 1956 Willie Bean LLWLLL Auditorium, Richmond WIN
Technical knockout
March 27, 1956 Howard King WDWWLW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Unanimous decision
March 17, 1956 Frankie Daniels WWWWLW Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 27, 1956 Bob Dunlap LWWLLL Arena, San Diego WIN
KO
Feb. 20, 1956 Howard King WLWDWW Winterland Arena, San Francisco WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 21, 1955 Rocky Marciano WWWWWW Yankee Stadium, Bronx LOSS
KO
June 22, 1955 Bobo Olson WWWWWW Polo Grounds, New York World Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
May 2, 1955 Nino Valdes WWWWWW Cashman Field, Las Vegas WIN
Points
Aug. 11, 1954 Harold Johnson WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
June 7, 1954 Bert Whitehurst WWLWLW St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Technical knockout
March 9, 1954 Bob Baker WWWLWL Auditorium, Miami Beach WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 27, 1954 Joey Maxim LWWLWL Orange Bowl, Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 12, 1953 Dogomar Martinez WWWWWW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires WIN
Points
Aug. 22, 1953 Rinaldo Ansaloni WW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires WIN
Technical knockout
June 24, 1953 Joey Maxim WLWWLW Ogden Stadium, Ogden World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 30, 1953 Frank Buford LLWLWL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
March 17, 1953 Al Spaulding LWLWWW Armory, Spokane WIN
KO
March 11, 1953 Nino Valdes WWWDWL Arena, Saint Louis WIN
Unanimous decision
March 3, 1953 Sonny Andrews LWWWLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 16, 1953 Leonard Dugan WWWWW Winterland Arena, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 27, 1953 Toxie Hall WWDDLW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
Dec. 17, 1952 Joey Maxim WLWLWW Arena, Saint Louis World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
July 25, 1952 Clinton Bacon WWWLWW Bears Stadium, Denver World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 26, 1952 Clarence Henry WWWWLW Memorial Stadium, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
May 19, 1952 Bob Dunlap LWWWWW Winterland Arena, San Francisco WIN
KO
Feb. 27, 1952 Jimmy Slade WWWDLW Arena, Saint Louis WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 29, 1952 Harold Johnson WWWWLW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 10, 1951 Harold Johnson WWWWWL Arena, Milwaukee LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 29, 1951 Chubby Wright LLLWWL Kiel Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 24, 1951 Harold Johnson LWWWWW Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 5, 1951 Embrel Davidson WWWWWL Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
KO
Aug. 17, 1951 Alfredo Lagay WDWDLW Palacio de los Deportes, Bahia Blanca WIN
KO
Aug. 5, 1951 Rafael Miranda WLLLLL Palacio de los Deportes, Comodoro Rivadavia WIN
Technical knockout
July 28, 1951 Americo Capitanelli LDDLLL San Miguel de Tucumán WIN
KO
July 26, 1951 Victor Carabajal LWD Cordoba WIN
KO
July 14, 1951 Vicente Quiroz WDWWLD Cine Boston, Montevideo WIN
Corner retirement
July 7, 1951 Alberto Santiago Lovell WWWWWW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires WIN
KO
June 23, 1951 Karel Sys WWWWWW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires DRAW
Points
June 9, 1951 Abel Cestac WWLLDL Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires WIN
Corner retirement
May 14, 1951 Art Henri LWLLLL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
April 26, 1951 Herman Harris WLWWLL I.M.A. Auditorium, Flint WIN
Technical knockout
March 13, 1951 Abel Cestac LWWLLD Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 21, 1951 Jimmy Bivins WLWLWW St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Corner retirement
Jan. 28, 1951 John Thomas LWWWLD Estadio Olimpico, Panama City WIN
KO
Jan. 2, 1951 Oakland Billy Smith LWWW Auditorium, Portland WIN
Technical knockout
July 31, 1950 Vernon Williams LDWLWW Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago WIN
KO
Jan. 31, 1950 Bert Lytell WWWLWW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 13, 1949 Leonard Morrow WWWWWL Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
Dec. 6, 1949 Charley Doc Williams WWWWWL Auditorium, Hartford WIN
KO
Oct. 24, 1949 Phil Muscato WLWLLL Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
Oct. 4, 1949 Bob Amos LWLWLL Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
Unanimous decision
July 29, 1949 Esco Greenwood WLLLLL Meadowbrook Arena, North Adams WIN
Technical knockout
June 27, 1949 Bob Sikes LLWWLD Outdoor Sports Arena, Indianapolis WIN
Technical knockout
June 13, 1949 Clinton Bacon LWDWWW Outdoor Sports Arena, Indianapolis LOSS
DQ
April 26, 1949 Harold Johnson WWWWWW Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
April 11, 1949 Jimmy Bivins WLLWLW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
March 23, 1949 Dusty Wilkerson WWLWWL Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
March 4, 1949 Alabama Kid WDDWLL Memorial Hall, Columbus WIN
KO
Jan. 31, 1949 Bob Satterfield WWWDLW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
Jan. 10, 1949 Alabama Kid WWWDDW Sports Arena, Toledo WIN
KO
Dec. 27, 1948 Charley Doc Williams WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
KO
Dec. 6, 1948 Bob Amos WWWDDD Turner's Arena, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 15, 1948 Henry Hall WWWWLW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 1, 1948 Lloyd Gibson DWWWWL Turner's Arena, Washington LOSS
DQ
Oct. 15, 1948 Henry Hall LWWWWL Coliseum Arena, New Orleans LOSS
Points
Sept. 20, 1948 Oakland Billy Smith WLWLLW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
KO
Aug. 2, 1948 Ted Lowry WLWDLL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
June 28, 1948 Jimmy Bivins WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Majority decision
June 2, 1948 Leonard Morrow WWWWWW Auditorium, Oakland USA California State Light Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
May 5, 1948 Oakland Billy Smith WLWWWW Music Hall Arena, Cincinnati WIN
Unanimous decision
April 19, 1948 Charley Doc Williams WWWWWW Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
April 12, 1948 Dusty Wilkerson WWLWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 13, 1948 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
KO
Nov. 10, 1947 George Fitch WLWWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 8, 1947 Jimmy Bivins LWLWWW 5th Regiment Armory, Baltimore WIN
Corner retirement
July 30, 1947 Bobby Zander LWWWWL Auditorium, Oakland USA California State Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
July 14, 1947 Bert Lytell WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
June 16, 1947 Curtis Sheppard WWWLLW Griffith Stadium, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
May 5, 1947 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Music Hall Arena, Cincinnati LOSS
Majority decision
April 11, 1947 Rusty Payne WWWWLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Points
March 18, 1947 Jack Chase DWWWDL Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
KO
Nov. 6, 1946 Jack Chase WWDWWW Auditorium, Oakland DRAW
Points
Oct. 23, 1946 Oakland Billy Smith LWLWWL Auditorium, Oakland USA California State Light Heavyweight

DRAW
Points
Sept. 9, 1946 Jimmy O'Brien WWLWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 19, 1946 Buddy Walker LWLWLW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
KO
May 20, 1946 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 2, 1946 Vern Escoe WWWLLW Armory, Orange WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 5, 1946 George Parks LWLLWL Turner's Arena, Washington WIN
KO
Jan. 28, 1946 Curtis Sheppard LLWWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 13, 1945 Colion Chaney WWWWWL Kiel Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Nov. 26, 1945 Holman Williams WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 12, 1945 O'Dell Riley WWDWDW Arena Gardens, Detroit WIN
KO
Oct. 22, 1945 Holman Williams DWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore LOSS
Majority decision
Sept. 17, 1945 Cocoa Kid WLWWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
KO
Aug. 22, 1945 Jimmy Bivins WWWDWW Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland LOSS
KO
June 26, 1945 Lloyd Marshall WWWWWL Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland WIN
Technical knockout
June 18, 1945 George Kochan WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
May 21, 1945 Lloyd Marshall LWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
April 23, 1945 Teddy Randolph LWLWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
April 2, 1945 Nate Bolden LLWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 12, 1945 Napoleon Mitchell DLLWLL Arena, Boston WIN
KO
Jan. 29, 1945 Bob Jacobs WLLLWW St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 11, 1945 Joey Jones Mechanics Building, Boston WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 18, 1944 Nate Bolden WLLLWL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 1, 1944 Battling Monroe LWLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
Aug. 18, 1944 Jimmy Hayden LWWLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
Aug. 11, 1944 Kip Mays DDLLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
May 19, 1944 Kenny LaSalle LDLLDL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Points
April 21, 1944 Charley Burley DWWWW Legion Stadium, Hollywood LOSS
Points
March 24, 1944 Roman Starr WWWWLW Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 21, 1944 Eddie Booker DLWWLW Legion Stadium, Hollywood LOSS
Technical knockout
Jan. 7, 1944 Amado Rodriguez WWWLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
Nov. 26, 1943 Jack Chase WWWWWD Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Majority decision
Nov. 4, 1943 Kid Hermosillo WLLLWW Glacier Gardens, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 16, 1943 Aaron Wade WLWLWW Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco LOSS
Points
Aug. 2, 1943 Jack Chase DLWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco USA California State Middleweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 28, 1943 Eddie Cerda LDWDWW Lane Field, San Diego WIN
KO
July 22, 1943 Big Boy Hogue LWLLLW Lane Field, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
May 8, 1943 Jack Chase WWDLWD Lane Field, San Diego USA California State Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 11, 1942 Eddie Booker WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Middleweight

DRAW
Points
Nov. 27, 1942 Jack Chase WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 6, 1942 Tabby Romero WWLLWL Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Middleweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 30, 1942 Shorty Hogue LWLLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
March 18, 1942 Jimmy Casino LLLDDL Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 27, 1942 Al Globe LWLDLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 28, 1942 Bobby Britt Legion Arena, Phoenix WIN
KO
Feb. 21, 1941 Eddie Booker WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego DRAW
Points
Jan. 31, 1941 Shorty Hogue WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego LOSS
Points
Jan. 17, 1941 Clay Rowan LWLDDL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
Oct. 18, 1940 Pancho Ramirez WDDLLD Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
July 11, 1940 Ron Richards WLWWLW Sydney Stadium, Sydney WIN
Points
June 27, 1940 Fred Henneberry WWLWDL Sydney Stadium, Sydney WIN
Technical knockout
May 27, 1940 Frank Lindsay DLWLWW City Hall, Hobart WIN
KO
May 18, 1940 Joe Delaney DWDWLL Grenfell Street Stadium, Adelaide WIN
KO
May 9, 1940 Atilio Sabatino WLLWLL Sydney Stadium, Sydney WIN
Technical knockout
April 18, 1940 Ron Richards WWWLWW Sydney Stadium, Sydney WIN
Technical knockout
March 30, 1940 Jack McNamee WLLDWL West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 29, 1939 Shorty Hogue LWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego LOSS
Points
Dec. 7, 1939 Honeyboy Jones WWWDLL Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Points
Nov. 27, 1939 Billy Day Legion Arena, Phoenix WIN
KO
Nov. 13, 1939 Freddie Dixon WWWWDW Legion Arena, Phoenix DRAW
TD
Sept. 22, 1939 Bobby Seaman WLWLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 1, 1939 Jack Coggins DWWWD Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Points
July 21, 1939 Jack Coggins WDWWWD Coliseum, San Diego
NC
April 20, 1939 Teddy Yarosz WLWWDW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 16, 1939 Marty Simmons WWWLWD Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Unanimous decision
March 2, 1939 Domenico Ceccarelli LLDWLL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Jan. 20, 1939 Jack Moran LLLLLL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Dec. 7, 1938 Bob Turner WLWLLL Arena, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Nov. 22, 1938 Ray Lyle WLLDL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Oct. 19, 1938 Bobby Yannes LWDWDL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 27, 1938 Tom Henry WLWLLW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 16, 1938 Frank Rowsey DLLWLW Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 2, 1938 Johnny 'Bandit' Romero WDWWWL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 5, 1938 Lorenzo Pedro LLLWWW Lane Field, San Diego WIN
Points
July 22, 1938 Johnny Sikes LLDLLD Lane Field, San Diego WIN
KO
June 24, 1938 Johnny 'Bandit' Romero LWWWWD Lane Field, San Diego LOSS
Points
May 27, 1938 Ray Vargas WWLLLL Lane Field, San Diego WIN
KO
May 20, 1938 Jimmy Brent DWLLWL Lane Field, San Diego WIN
KO
Jan. 7, 1938 Karl Lautenschlager LLLLLL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 1, 1937 Sammy Jackson LLLDLL Jackson WIN
KO
Nov. 16, 1937 Sammy Christian LLLWLL Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Points
Nov. 9, 1937 Chuck Vickers WLWLLL Shrine Auditorium, Fort Wayne WIN
KO
Sept. 17, 1937 Charley Dawson LLLWWW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 9, 1937 Sammy Slaughter WWLLWL Outdoor Sports Arena, Indianapolis WIN
Points
Sept. 1, 1937 Billy Adams WDWWLW Parkway Arena, Cincinnati LOSS
Points
Aug. 19, 1937 Deacon Logan DWW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
KO
July 21, 1937 Frank Hatfield DL Parkway Arena, Cincinnati WIN
KO
June 1, 1937 Al Dublinsky WIN
KO
May 28, 1937 Doty Turner LLDWWW Armory, Benton Harbor WIN
KO
April 23, 1937 Carl Martin LDWLLL Armory, Indianapolis WIN
Corner retirement
April 9, 1937 Charley Dawson LLW Armory, Indianapolis WIN
Points
March 23, 1937 Ham Pounder LLWL Ponca City WIN
KO
Feb. 2, 1937 Joe Huff WDLWWD Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Jan. 29, 1937 Sammy Jackson WLWLLL Quincy DRAW
Points
Jan. 18, 1937 Johnny Davis WLLLLW Eagles Hall, Quincy WIN
KO
Jan. 5, 1937 Mack Payne LLDDLL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Oct. 9, 1936 Sammy Jackson DWLWLL Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
Points
Sept. 30, 1936 Murray Allen LLLLWL Hi-Life Garden, Keokuk WIN
KO
Aug. 4, 1936 Sammy Christian WLLLLW Quincy DRAW
Points
July 14, 1936 Murray Allen WLLLLW Eagles Hall, Quincy WIN
Points
Jan. 31, 1936 Kid Pocahuntas Auditorium, Hot Springs WIN
KO
Sept. 3, 1935 Billy Simms WLWWDL Poplar Bluff WIN
KO