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Bob Pastor boxer

Bob Pastor image
Status inactive
Age 82
Division heavyweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 76″/193cm
Debut 1935-01-26
Born 1914-01-26
Death 1996-01-26
Nationality USA
Residence New York, New York, USA
bouts
65
won
53
lost
7
draw
5
bouts
65
won
53
lost
7
draw
5
Status inactive
Age 82
Division heavyweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 76″/193cm
Debut 1935-01-26
Born 1914-01-26
Death 1996-01-26
Nationality USA
Residence New York, New York, USA

Pastor began his professional boxing career on January 26, 1935, his 21st birthday. In his professional debut he fought Julius Veight, a veteran who had a considerable experience advantage over the rookie boxer, with a record of 10 wins and 20 losses. The fight was held at Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn, New York, and ended with Pastor outscoring Veight to win a six round points decision.The fight with Veight was the beginning of an eight fight winning streak that saw Pastor score his first stoppage, a fourth round knockout of another veteran, the 11-29-10 Frank LoBianco, at the Dyckman Oval, in New York City on June 12, 1935. Pastor fought at Yankee Stadium on September 24 of that year, outpointing the 21-20-2 Terry Mitchell over four rounds. On November 1, in a fight featuring two undefeated prospects, Pastor, by then 7-0 with 1 knockout win, faced Max Marek, who had a record of 5-0 with 2 knockouts. This bout marked Pastor's first fight as a professional boxer at the Madison Square Garden. Pastor improved to 8-0 by outpointing Marek over 6 rounds. 28 days later, Pastor received the first blemish on his record, a six round draw against Eddie Sims, who had a record of 23-15-1 coming into their bout.

Pastor began his professional boxing career on January 26, 1935, his 21st birthday. In his professional debut he fought Julius Veight, a veteran who had a considerable experience advantage over the rookie boxer, with a record of 10 wins and 20 losses. The fight was held at Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn, New York, and ended with Pastor outscoring Veight to win a six round points decision.The fight with Veight was the beginning of an eight fight winning streak that saw Pastor score his first stoppage, a fourth round knockout of another veteran, the 11-29-10 Frank LoBianco, at the Dyckman Oval, in New York City on June 12, 1935. Pastor fought at Yankee Stadium on September 24 of that year, outpointing the 21-20-2 Terry Mitchell over four rounds. On November 1, in a fight featuring two undefeated prospects, Pastor, by then 7-0 with 1 knockout win, faced Max Marek, who had a record of 5-0 with 2 knockouts. This bout marked Pastor's first fight as a professional boxer at the Madison Square Garden. Pastor improved to 8-0 by outpointing Marek over 6 rounds. 28 days later, Pastor received the first blemish on his record, a six round draw against Eddie Sims, who had a record of 23-15-1 coming into their bout.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Oct. 20, 1942 Jimmy Bivins WWLWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 25, 1942 Buddy Scott DWLWWW Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Points
May 22, 1942 Tami Mauriello WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
April 17, 1942 Jimmy Bivins LLWLWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Split-decision
Feb. 24, 1942 Lem Franklin WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
KO
Jan. 30, 1942 Gus Lesnevich LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 20, 1942 Claudio Villar WWDWWL Turner's Arena, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 12, 1941 Jim Robinson WLWWWL Mechanics Building, Boston WIN
KO
Nov. 7, 1941 Booker Beckwith WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 28, 1941 Al Delaney WLLWLW Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 20, 1941 Johnny Flynn WWLLLL Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Points
July 23, 1941 Turkey Thompson WWWWLD Gilmore Field, Los Angeles WIN
Points
June 16, 1941 Buddy Scott WLWWWW Griffith Stadium, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
March 17, 1941 Turkey Thompson WWWWWW Gilmore Field, Los Angeles WIN
Points
March 3, 1941 Mike Alfano LWLWWL Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 6, 1940 Billy Conn WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
KO
June 28, 1940 Charley Eagle LWWWDW Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 15, 1939 Buddy Scott WLWWWW Dallas WIN
Points
Sept. 20, 1939 Joe Louis WWWWWW Briggs Stadium, Detroit LOSS
KO
June 12, 1939 Freddie Fiducia LWWLWW Meadowbrook Bowl, Newark WIN
Points
May 19, 1939 Roscoe Toles WWWLWW Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
March 31, 1939 Maurice Strickland WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
March 10, 1939 Al McCoy WLWWLW Boston Garden, Boston WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 19, 1939 Tiger Warrington WWLWWW Mechanics Building, Boston WIN
Points
Dec. 21, 1938 Tony Shucco WDLWW Boston Garden, Boston WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 12, 1938 Gus Dorazio WLWWWW Arena, Philadelphia LOSS
Split-decision
Nov. 14, 1938 Mickey Dugan LWWDLD Watres Armory, Scranton WIN
KO
Oct. 31, 1938 Big Boy Brackey LWLLLW St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 5, 1938 Maxie Rosenbloom WLWWWW Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles DRAW
Points
June 30, 1938 Freddie Fiducia WLLWWW Velodrome, Nutley WIN
Points
June 20, 1938 Al McCoy WWWDLW Boston Garden, Boston WIN
Unanimous decision
May 24, 1938 Chuck Crowell DWWLWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
KO
May 10, 1938 Lee Ramage WLLDDL Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
April 22, 1938 Lou Nova WWWWDW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco DRAW
Points
Feb. 7, 1938 Al Ettore LWLLWW Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 31, 1938 Buck Everett WLWWLW Turner's Arena, Washington WIN
Points
Jan. 24, 1938 Buck Tracy LLWWLL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 17, 1938 Hans Havlicek LWDWLL Arena, Syracuse WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 26, 1937 Nathan Mann WDWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 28, 1937 Bob Nestell WWWWWW Wrigley Field, Los Angeles WIN
Points
Jan. 29, 1937 Joe Louis LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 18, 1936 Ray Impelletiere LLWWLW Madison Square Garden, New York vacant USA New York State Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 17, 1936 Izzy Singer WDLDLL New York Coliseum, Bronx vacant USA New York State Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Oct. 19, 1936 Louis LePage WLWLLL Westchester County Center, White Plains WIN
KO
Oct. 6, 1936 Jimmy DeSola WLLL Braddock Arena, Jersey City WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 3, 1936 Billy Ketchell LWLLLD Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens WIN
Points
Aug. 1, 1936 Unknown Winston LLWWLL Walnut Beach Stadium, Milford WIN
Points
July 7, 1936 John Andersson LWWLDL Braddock Bowl, Jersey City WIN
Technical knockout
June 19, 1936 Steve Dudas WLLLWW Yankee Stadium, Bronx WIN
Points
June 15, 1936 Ralph Barbara WWWDLL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Points
May 29, 1936 Frankie Simms WWLLLL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
May 15, 1936 Terry Mitchell LLLLLL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
April 15, 1936 Art Sykes WWWWWD Chicago Arena, Chicago WIN
Technical knockout
March 13, 1936 Steve Dudas LLWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
Jan. 24, 1936 Al Delaney DWDWWL Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
Jan. 17, 1936 Steve Dudas WWWLLW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Points
Nov. 29, 1935 Eddie Simms WWWLLL Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
Nov. 1, 1935 Max Marek WWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
Oct. 5, 1935 Tony Celli WLLWDL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Sept. 24, 1935 Terry Mitchell LWLWLL Yankee Stadium, Bronx WIN
Points
July 1, 1935 George Turner LWWWWD Dyckman Oval, Manhattan WIN
Points
June 12, 1935 Frank LoBianco LLLLDL Dyckman Oval, Manhattan WIN
Technical knockout
May 4, 1935 Freddy Panico WWLLWW Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Feb. 9, 1935 Lou Kiesewetter WL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Jan. 26, 1935 Julius Vigh LWWLLL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Points