Cookies disclaimer

I agree Our site saves small pieces of text information (cookies) on your device in order to deliver better content and for statistical purposes. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By browsing our website without changing the browser settings you grant us permission to store that information on your device.

Fred Apostoli boxer

Fred Apostoli image
Status inactive
Age 60
Division middleweight
Height 5′ 9½″/177cm
Reach 70″/178cm
Debut 1934-10-08
Born 1913-02-02
Death 1973-11-29
Nationality USA
Residence San Francisco, California, USA
bouts
72
won
61
lost
10
draw
1
bouts
72
won
61
lost
10
draw
1
Status inactive
Age 60
Division middleweight
Height 5′ 9½″/177cm
Reach 70″/178cm
Debut 1934-10-08
Born 1913-02-02
Death 1973-11-29
Nationality USA
Residence San Francisco, California, USA

Freddie Apostoli, was born and San Francisco and lived in North Beach and Fisherman's Wharf as young child, his father worked as both a fisherman and laborer in the San Francisco area but grew up in a farming community near Gibbstown, NJ in the late 19th century.The Apostoli family immigrated to NYC in the 1880s from the city San Benedetto del Tronto in the Ascoli Piceno Province in the Marche region of Italy. Apostoli's mother died in child birth in the early 1920s and his father sent his other younger children back to live with relatives on the East coast and placed Freddy in the care of a Catholic orphanage in San Francisco. Apolsoli attended school grade school and high school in North Beach and was a lifelong friend with classmate Joe Dimaggio.

Freddie Apostoli, was born and San Francisco and lived in North Beach and Fisherman's Wharf as young child, his father worked as both a fisherman and laborer in the San Francisco area but grew up in a farming community near Gibbstown, NJ in the late 19th century.The Apostoli family immigrated to NYC in the 1880s from the city San Benedetto del Tronto in the Ascoli Piceno Province in the Marche region of Italy. Apostoli's mother died in child birth in the early 1920s and his father sent his other younger children back to live with relatives on the East coast and placed Freddy in the care of a Catholic orphanage in San Francisco. Apolsoli attended school grade school and high school in North Beach and was a lifelong friend with classmate Joe Dimaggio.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Dec. 1, 1948 Earl Turner LWWWWW Auditorium, Oakland LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 17, 1947 Georgie Abrams DWLWLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Majority decision
Aug. 25, 1947 Reuben Shank LLDLLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Unanimous decision
July 14, 1947 Reuben Shank LLLDLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Corner retirement
May 21, 1947 Earl Turner WDWLWW Oaks Ballpark, Emeryville WIN
Split-decision
May 2, 1947 George Duke DWWWWW Los Banos WIN
Points
April 7, 1947 Bobby Volk WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
Feb. 28, 1947 Bobby Volk WWWWWW Legion Stadium, Hollywood LOSS
Technical knockout
Dec. 11, 1946 Paul Lewis DLWWWW Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 18, 1946 Frankie Angustain WLDWDL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Majority decision
Oct. 21, 1946 Tommy Egan DWLWLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Sept. 20, 1946 George Duke WWDDWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
Sept. 9, 1946 Dencio Cabanela Jr LLWLWL Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 27, 1946 Sheik Rangel WDDLLW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
Aug. 12, 1946 Pedro Jimenez LDDDDW Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 24, 1942 Saverio Turiello WWWWLW Foreman Field, Naval Base, Norfolk WIN
Points
June 26, 1942 Ken Overlin WWWDDW Foreman Field, Naval Base, Norfolk DRAW
Points
April 4, 1942 Joe Mulli WWWWLW Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
March 7, 1942 Augie Arellano WLLLLD Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 14, 1941 El Brookman LWWWDL Uline Arena, Washington WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 15, 1941 Joey Spangler DLLLDL Municipal Auditorium, Norfolk WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 21, 1941 Bill McDowell LLLWWL Foreman Field, Naval Base, Norfolk WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 19, 1940 Tony Zale WWWWWL Civic Auditorium, Seattle LOSS
Points
Sept. 16, 1940 Bobby Pacho DLLWLL Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
Points
Aug. 19, 1940 Big Boy Hogue WDWLWD Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
Points
July 22, 1940 Dale Sparr DWWLWW Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
KO
Feb. 2, 1940 Melio Bettina LWLWWL Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Corner retirement
Jan. 5, 1940 Melio Bettina WLWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Majority decision
Oct. 2, 1939 Ceferino Garcia WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York NYSAC World Middleweight

LOSS
KO
Aug. 28, 1939 Glen Lee DWLLWL Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Majority decision
Aug. 7, 1939 Mohamed Fahmy LWDLWL Eastern States Coliseum, West Springfield WIN
Technical knockout
May 1, 1939 Erich Seelig LLWDWD Public Hall, Cleveland WIN
Split-decision
April 17, 1939 George Nichols WWWLWL Open-Air Arena, Houston WIN
KO
Feb. 10, 1939 Billy Conn WLWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 6, 1939 Billy Conn WWLWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 20, 1938 Al Cocozza LLLLLW Arena, New Haven WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 18, 1938 Young Corbett III WLWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York NYSAC World Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 16, 1938 Butch Lynch LDLLLD Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 6, 1938 Mike Payan WWLLLL Civic Auditorium, San Jose WIN
KO
April 1, 1938 Glen Lee WWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 22, 1938 Young Corbett III WWWWLW Seals Stadium, San Francisco LOSS
Points
Feb. 4, 1938 Glen Lee LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Split-decision
Jan. 7, 1938 Freddie Steele WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 25, 1937 Tony Celli DWWLLL Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 23, 1937 Marcel Thil WWWWWW Polo Grounds, New York International Boxing Union World (1913 - 1946) Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 22, 1937 Tommy Jones LLWLDD Auditorium, Portland WIN
KO
June 11, 1937 Dale Sparr WWWWWL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
April 14, 1937 Solly Krieger WLWLLW Hippodrome, New York WIN
Technical knockout
March 15, 1937 Butch Lynch DWLWWL Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 17, 1937 Solly Krieger WWWWLW Hippodrome, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 27, 1937 Ken Overlin WWWLWL Hippodrome, New York LOSS
Majority decision
Dec. 14, 1936 Babe Marino LWWWWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Oct. 9, 1936 Lou Brouillard WLLWLW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Aug. 21, 1936 Marty Simmons WWWWWL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
May 8, 1936 Babe Risko WWLWLW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
April 6, 1936 Young Stuhley DWLLLW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Feb. 28, 1936 Paul Pirrone WWWWLL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Corner retirement
Jan. 20, 1936 Frankie Britt WWWWWL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Nov. 27, 1935 Swede Berglund LLWLWL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Oct. 25, 1935 Babe Marino WLWLWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Oct. 4, 1935 Young Stuhley WDWLDW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Aug. 14, 1935 Rudy Mendez DWWWWL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
July 31, 1935 Dick Foster LWWWWD Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
July 17, 1935 Eddie Schneider WWWWWL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
May 31, 1935 Mike Payan WLWLLL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
April 1, 1935 Freddie Steele WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 22, 1935 Newsboy Millich WWDDWW Kezar Stadium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 28, 1935 Andy DiVodi LLLWLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Jan. 7, 1935 Eddie Fox WDDLLW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 30, 1934 Eddie Daniels WDWWLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 12, 1934 Jack Riley LL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
Oct. 8, 1934 Gilbert Attell LLLLLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout