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Fritzie Zivic boxer

Fritzie Zivic image
Status inactive
Age 71
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 10″/178cm
Reach 71″/180cm
Debut 1931-10-05
Born 1913-05-08
Death 1984-05-17
Nationality USA
Residence Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
bouts
232
won
158
lost
65
draw
9
bouts
232
won
158
lost
65
draw
9
Status inactive
Age 71
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 10″/178cm
Reach 71″/180cm
Debut 1931-10-05
Born 1913-05-08
Death 1984-05-17
Nationality USA
Residence Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Zivic was born the youngest son of immigrant parents; his father was Croatian, his mother, Mary Kepele was Slovenian. As a young man, he followed the example of his four elder brothers, who boxed, and became known as the "Fighting Zivics". His brothers Pete and Jack, the first and second born, went to the 1920 Antwerp Olympics in 1920. Referring to his youth in the rough, tribal, and crowded Ninth Ward of Lawrenceville, Zivic later said, "You either had to fight or stay in the house. We went out."Against one of his most skilled early opponents, Zivic defeated Charley Burley, fellow Pittsburgh boxer, for the only time on March 21, 1938, in their hometown. Characteristic of Zivic's later boxing, he dominated the in-fighting. Burley started well, but in the later rounds, the more experienced Zivic scored with rights hooks to the midsection and pulled Burley in during clinches to reduce Burley's long range game. In two other meetings, in June 1938, and July 1939, Zivic lost in ten round unanimous decisions. The well managed Burley would amass an impressive record of eighty-three with only twelve losses in his career.

Zivic was born the youngest son of immigrant parents; his father was Croatian, his mother, Mary Kepele was Slovenian. As a young man, he followed the example of his four elder brothers, who boxed, and became known as the "Fighting Zivics". His brothers Pete and Jack, the first and second born, went to the 1920 Antwerp Olympics in 1920. Referring to his youth in the rough, tribal, and crowded Ninth Ward of Lawrenceville, Zivic later said, "You either had to fight or stay in the house. We went out."Against one of his most skilled early opponents, Zivic defeated Charley Burley, fellow Pittsburgh boxer, for the only time on March 21, 1938, in their hometown. Characteristic of Zivic's later boxing, he dominated the in-fighting. Burley started well, but in the later rounds, the more experienced Zivic scored with rights hooks to the midsection and pulled Burley in during clinches to reduce Burley's long range game. In two other meetings, in June 1938, and July 1939, Zivic lost in ten round unanimous decisions. The well managed Burley would amass an impressive record of eighty-three with only twelve losses in his career.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Jan. 17, 1949 Eddie Steele WDLWLL Municipal Auditorium, Augusta WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 12, 1949 Al Reid WLLWWL Macon WIN
Points
Oct. 28, 1948 Eddie Steele LLWLLW Macon DRAW
Points
Feb. 4, 1947 Kid Azteca WWWWLW Mexico City LOSS
KO
Jan. 8, 1947 Clyde Gordon WWWWWW Civic Center Arena, Miami LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 10, 1946 Bobby Britton WWLWLL Memphis WIN
Points
Dec. 6, 1946 Pete Mead WWWLWW Civic Auditorium, Grand Rapids LOSS
Points
Dec. 2, 1946 Ralph Zannelli WLDWDD Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence LOSS
Points
Nov. 18, 1946 Jimmy McGriff WLWWWW Turner's Arena, Washington DRAW
Points
Nov. 12, 1946 Al Mobley WWLWWL Arena, Trenton LOSS
Points
Oct. 29, 1946 Russell Wilhite WWWLLL Memphis WIN
Technical knockout
May 27, 1946 Tommy Lemmon WWWWWW Auditorium, Milwaukee LOSS
Split-decision
May 14, 1946 California Jackie Wilson WLWLWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 1, 1946 Joey Martinez DWLWLW Wichita WIN
Technical knockout
April 29, 1946 Howard Bleyhl WWWDWW City Auditorium, Omaha LOSS
Points
April 18, 1946 Don Lee WWLWWW Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Unanimous decision
April 12, 1946 Lincoln Stanley DLLWLW Auditorium, Portland WIN
Points
April 5, 1946 Manuel Villa I WLLWWW Liberty Hall, El Paso DRAW
Majority decision
March 26, 1946 Tony Elizondo WLWWWW Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 19, 1946 Levi Southall WWWWWW Memorial Hall, Kansas City WIN
Points
Feb. 25, 1946 Aaron Perry WWDWWL Uline Arena, Washington LOSS
Points
Feb. 1, 1946 O'Neill Bell WWDWWW Olympia Stadium, Detroit LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 15, 1946 Al Priest WLWWWW Boston Garden, Boston LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 10, 1945 Cecil Hudson WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 13, 1945 Joe Curcio WWWLWW Armory, Elizabeth LOSS
Points
Nov. 2, 1945 Freddie Archer WWWWWW St. Nicholas Arena, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 20, 1945 Joe Reddick DWLWLL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 18, 1945 Billy Deeg WWLLWL Municipal Auditorium, Oklahoma City WIN
Points
Sept. 12, 1945 Paul Altman LWWWLW Coliseum, Houston LOSS
Points
July 16, 1945 Bill McDowell WWLLWW Pelican Stadium, New Orleans LOSS
Points
July 10, 1945 Ossie Harris WWWLWW Hickey Park, Millvale LOSS
Split-decision
July 3, 1945 Reuben Shank WWWDLW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
June 22, 1945 Harold Green WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 12, 1945 Baby Zavala LLWLWL Brackenridge Park, San Antonio WIN
KO
May 8, 1945 Pat Saia WDLLWW Beaumont WIN
Unanimous decision
May 7, 1945 Kid Azteca LWWLWW Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio WIN
Majority decision
April 3, 1945 Manuel Villa I WLLWLW Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio USA Texas State Middleweight

WIN
KO
March 22, 1945 Benny Evans WLLWLW City Auditorium, Galveston WIN
Technical knockout
March 6, 1945 Bill McDowell LLLWWL City Auditorium, Galveston USA Texas State Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 22, 1945 Kid Estrada L Camp Maxey USA Texas State Middleweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 5, 1945 Billy Arnold WWWWDW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Majority decision
Dec. 12, 1944 Kid Azteca LLLLWW Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio WIN
Majority decision
Nov. 29, 1944 Manuel Villa I LWWLLW Sportatorium, Dallas WIN
KO
Nov. 14, 1944 Chuck Hirst WWWWLW City Auditorium, Houston USA Texas State Middleweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 18, 1944 Pat Saia WLWLWW Sportatorium, Dallas WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 16, 1944 Tommy Roman WWLDLW Municipal Auditorium, Shreveport LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 26, 1944 Artie Dorrell WLLWWD City Auditorium, Galveston WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 12, 1944 Felix Morales LLWDLL Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio WIN
KO
Aug. 1, 1944 Pete DeRuzza LLLWDW Houston WIN
Technical knockout
June 26, 1944 Tommy Bell WWWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
March 29, 1944 Freddie Archer WLWWWW Armory, Elizabeth LOSS
Points
March 24, 1944 Harry Teaney LWLWWD Auditorium, Milwaukee WIN
Points
Jan. 14, 1944 Jake LaMotta WWLWWW Olympia Stadium, Detroit LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 3, 1944 Ossie Harris WDWWLL Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
Dec. 20, 1943 Ralph Zannelli WWWLLW Boston Garden, Boston LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 12, 1943 Jake LaMotta WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Split-decision
Oct. 29, 1943 Bobby Richardson WLWLWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 15, 1943 Jose Basora WWWWL Olympia Stadium, Detroit LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 10, 1943 Vinnie Vines LWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
Aug. 23, 1943 Bob Montgomery WWWWWW Shibe Park, Philadelphia LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 9, 1943 Young Kid McCoy WWWDWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
July 12, 1943 Jake LaMotta WLWWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Split-decision
June 10, 1943 Jake LaMotta WWLWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
April 30, 1943 Johnny Roszina LWLDWL Auditorium, Milwaukee WIN
Technical knockout
March 5, 1943 Beau Jack WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 16, 1943 Mayon Padlo WWWWLW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Feb. 5, 1943 Beau Jack WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 15, 1942 Carmen Notch WDWWLL Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 16, 1942 Sheik Rangel WWWLWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Points
Oct. 26, 1942 Henry Armstrong WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 13, 1942 Tito Taylor LLWWWL Auditorium, Milwaukee WIN
Points
Sept. 21, 1942 Johnny Walker WWWWWL Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 10, 1942 Freddie Cochrane WWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 13, 1942 Garvey Young WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
July 27, 1942 Norman Rubio WWDLLW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
June 29, 1942 Norman Rubio WWWDLL Meadowbrook Bowl, Newark LOSS
Points
June 22, 1942 Bobby Britton WLLLLD Kingston Armory, Kingston WIN
Technical knockout
June 4, 1942 Reuben Shank WWWWWW Armory, Minneapolis WIN
Points
May 25, 1942 Lew Jenkins WLLLLL Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
April 23, 1942 Reuben Shank WWWWWW Armory, Minneapolis LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 13, 1942 Maxie Berger LWWLWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
March 30, 1942 Bill McDowell WWWDWL Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
March 9, 1942 Izzy Jannazzo WWWWLW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Corner retirement
Feb. 27, 1942 Tony Motisi LLWWWW Coliseum, Chicago LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 9, 1942 Raul Carabantes LWWWWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Jan. 16, 1942 Sugar Ray Robinson WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Technical knockout
Dec. 12, 1941 Young Kid McCoy WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
Dec. 1, 1941 Harry Weekly WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 26, 1941 Phil Furr WWLLWW Uline Arena, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 31, 1941 Sugar Ray Robinson WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 15, 1941 Milt Aron DWLWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
July 29, 1941 Freddie Cochrane WWWWWW Ruppert Stadium, Newark LOSS
Points
July 14, 1941 Johnny Barbara WLLLLW Gardens, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
July 2, 1941 Al 'Bummy' Davis WWWWWL Polo Grounds, New York WIN
Technical knockout
May 2, 1941 Tony Marteliano WLWWDW New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Unanimous decision
April 18, 1941 Mike Kaplan WWWDWW Boston Garden, Boston LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 4, 1941 Dick Demaray WWWWWW Armory, Minneapolis WIN
Technical knockout
March 20, 1941 Felix Garcia LLLLLL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
KO
March 17, 1941 Saverio Turiello WWLLWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Jan. 17, 1941 Henry Armstrong WWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York World Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 20, 1940 Lew Jenkins WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
Nov. 26, 1940 Ronnie Beaudin WDWWWL Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1940 Al 'Bummy' Davis LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
DQ
Oct. 4, 1940 Henry Armstrong DWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 29, 1940 Sammy Angott LDWWDW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 5, 1940 Kenny LaSalle WWDDLL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Split-decision
July 22, 1940 Leonard Bennett LWWWWW Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago WIN
KO
July 8, 1940 Ossie Harris WWWWLD Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Points
June 24, 1940 Johnny Rinaldi LLLWLL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
KO
May 21, 1940 Ossie Harris WWWWWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
May 7, 1940 Johnny Barbara WWLWLW Convention Hall, Philadelphia LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 3, 1940 Mansfield Driskell WWWWWW Naval Armory, Detroit WIN
Points
April 8, 1940 Johnny Barbara LWWLWL Convention Hall, Philadelphia LOSS
Majority decision
March 14, 1940 Johnny Barbara LLWWLW Coliseum, Chicago WIN
Points
March 4, 1940 Saverio Turiello LLLLWW Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
KO
Feb. 16, 1940 Remo Fernandez LWWLWW Public Hall, Cleveland WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 22, 1940 Mike Kaplan WWWWWW Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
Split-decision
Dec. 27, 1939 Milt Aron LWWWWW Coliseum, Chicago LOSS
KO
Dec. 6, 1939 Wicky Harkins LWLLDL Convention Hall, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 18, 1939 Billy Lancaster LWLLLW Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 30, 1939 Milo Theodorescu LLLLWL Moose Temple, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 24, 1939 Kid Azteca WWLWWW Olympiad Arena, Houston WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 21, 1939 Ralph Gizzy LLWLWW Palisades Rink, McKeesport WIN
KO
Sept. 5, 1939 Pete DeRuzza WLLLLW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Technical knockout
July 17, 1939 Charley Burley WWWWWL Forbes Field, Pittsburgh LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 11, 1939 Jackie Burke WWLLDW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Unanimous decision
June 5, 1939 Kenny LaSalle LLWWWW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Split-decision
May 16, 1939 Al Traino LLDWWW Edgerton Park Arena, Rochester WIN
Points
May 9, 1939 Kenny LaSalle LLLWWW Olympiad Arena, Houston LOSS
Points
April 20, 1939 Tiger Kid Walker WLWLLW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
KO
March 29, 1939 Bobby Britton WWWWLL Beach Arena, Miami Beach WIN
Unanimous decision
March 20, 1939 Nick Pastore LLWWWW Beach Arena, Miami Beach WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 15, 1939 Charlie Bell WLWWWD Memorial Hall, Columbus WIN
KO
Feb. 10, 1939 Eddie Booker WWWWWD Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
Jan. 20, 1939 Jackie Burke LLWLWD Coliseum, Saint Louis WIN
Majority decision
Dec. 26, 1938 Howell King LWWLWW Civic Auditorium, Toledo DRAW
NWS
Dec. 8, 1938 Vince Pimpinella WWLWWL Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 21, 1938 Al Hamilton LLWWWW Columbus WIN
KO
Nov. 15, 1938 Frankie Blair WLDWLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
Oct. 27, 1938 Salvy Saban LWLWWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Oct. 10, 1938 Jay Macedon LWLWLL Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 3, 1938 Paul Cortlyn WLWDDW Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
KO
Sept. 13, 1938 Bobby Pacho LWLWLW Meadowbrook Bowl, Newark WIN
Points
Aug. 26, 1938 Mickey Paul LLLLLL Long Beach Stadium, Long Beach WIN
KO
Aug. 22, 1938 Steve Kahley LLDLLL Meadowbrook Bowl, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 12, 1938 Joe Pennino LLLLWL Coney Island Velodrome, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Aug. 2, 1938 Joe Lemieux LLLWWD Meadowbrook Bowl, Newark WIN
Technical knockout
July 12, 1938 Phil Furr WWWWDL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Technical knockout
July 9, 1938 Eddie Conley LWLWLL Walnut Beach Stadium, Milford WIN
KO
June 20, 1938 Ercole Buratti LLLDWL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
KO
June 13, 1938 Charley Burley WWWWLW Hickey Park, Millvale LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 20, 1938 Petey Mike LLLLL Fort Hamilton Arena, Brooklyn WIN
KO
April 12, 1938 Remo Fernandez LLLLDL Arena Gardens, Detroit WIN
Points
March 21, 1938 Charley Burley WLWWWW Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Split-decision
March 7, 1938 Tommy Bland LWWWWL Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 14, 1938 Frankie Blair WWWWLW Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Jan. 7, 1938 Harold Brown WWWWWW Rainbo Arena, Chicago WIN
Points
Dec. 25, 1937 Tommy Bland WLLLWW Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh LOSS
Majority decision
Nov. 18, 1937 Jimmy Reilly WLLLWD Palisades Rink, McKeesport WIN
KO
Oct. 27, 1937 Frankie Portland WWLLLD Clarksburg WIN
KO
May 21, 1937 Tony Petroskey WLWWWW Muskegon WIN
Points
April 6, 1937 Chuck Woods WLWDWW Arena Gardens, Detroit WIN
Points
March 1, 1937 Bobby Pacho WWWWWW Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Split-decision
Feb. 11, 1937 Johnny Jadick LWLLLL Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
Dec. 28, 1936 Billy Conn WWWWWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
Dec. 2, 1936 Harry Dublinsky LDLDLD Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 9, 1936 Gaston LeCadre LLWWDW Moose Lodge, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Oct. 16, 1936 Chuck Woods WWWWLW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
KO
Oct. 5, 1936 Johnny Durso WWWWWW Islam Grotto, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
Sept. 28, 1936 Jackie McFarland LWLWWW Auditorium, Canton WIN
Points
Aug. 12, 1936 Cleto Locatelli LWWWLL Ebbets Field, Brooklyn LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 30, 1936 Laddie Tonielli DLWWLL Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
July 22, 1936 Mickey Duris LWWWWW Johnstown WIN
Points
July 6, 1936 Laddie Tonielli LDLWWL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Technical knockout
July 2, 1936 Lou Jallos WLWLLL Harding Stadium, Steubenville WIN
Technical knockout
June 17, 1936 Al Manfredo WLWLWW Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
Points
June 9, 1936 Tony Falco WLWDLD Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Technical knockout
May 22, 1936 Billy Celebron WWLWWL Municipal Auditorium, Saint Louis WIN
KO
April 17, 1936 Young Gene Buffalo WWWWLW Waltz Dream Arena, Atlantic City LOSS
Points
April 15, 1936 Joe Flocco LWLWWW Madrid Palestra, Harrisburg WIN
Points
Feb. 24, 1936 Chuck Woods WWWWWW Northside Arena, Pittsburgh LOSS
Points
Jan. 27, 1936 Joey Ferrando WWWWWL St. Nicholas Arena, New York LOSS
Points
Jan. 13, 1936 Eddie Cool LWWLDW Northside Arena, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
Dec. 16, 1935 Billy Celebron LLWWWW Marigold Gardens, Chicago LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 4, 1935 George Salvadore DWWWLL Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Points
Sept. 30, 1935 Tony Herrera WLWLWW Northside Arena, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
Aug. 6, 1935 Joey Ferrando WWWWLD Braddock Bowl, Jersey City LOSS
Points
July 29, 1935 Mike Barto LWLLWL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Points
July 16, 1935 Jackie McFarland LDWWLW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Unanimous decision
July 1, 1935 Lou Ambers WWWWWL Hickey Park, Millvale LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 21, 1935 Eddie Adams Kent WIN
Technical knockout
May 6, 1935 Sammy Chivas WWWWDW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Technical knockout
April 29, 1935 Freddie Chynoweth WWWWWL Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Points
April 15, 1935 Marty Gornick DLWWWW Kincaid's Arena, Steubenville WIN
Corner retirement
April 8, 1935 Dominic Mancini WWLWLD Moose Lodge, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
April 1, 1935 Dominic Mancini LWWLWL Moose Lodge, Pittsburgh DRAW
Points
March 4, 1935 KO Castillo WWWWWW Valley Arena, Holyoke WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 18, 1935 Johnny Jadick LDWLWW Auditorium, Washington LOSS
Points
Feb. 4, 1935 Jimmy Leto WLDLWW Valley Arena, Holyoke LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 1934 Laddie Tonielli WWWLLW Coliseum, Chicago LOSS
KO
Sept. 27, 1934 Harry Carlton LLWLWL Northside Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Aug. 18, 1934 Young Joe Firpo WWLLLL Academy of Music, Conneaut Lake WIN
Points
July 2, 1934 Eddie Ran LLDDWL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Split-decision
May 29, 1934 Luis Carranza WLWWWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Points
May 8, 1934 Lloyd Smith LDDLDW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles DRAW
Points
March 6, 1934 Lloyd Smith LLLWDL Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles DRAW
Points
Feb. 6, 1934 Perfecto Lopez LWWWDW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Points
Jan. 23, 1934 Baby Sal Sorio WWWWLD Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 27, 1933 Rudy Ayon WWLWWD Pico Arena, Los Angeles WIN
Points
Dec. 15, 1933 Vincent Martinez WLWWL Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Points
Dec. 11, 1933 Nick Raya LWDLLD Pico Arena, Los Angeles WIN
KO
Dec. 4, 1933 Homer Foster WWLWLW Pico Arena, Los Angeles DRAW
Points
Nov. 23, 1933 Don Miller LLL Civic Auditorium, Stockton WIN
KO
Nov. 3, 1933 Gus Vargas WLWDWD Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
Oct. 12, 1933 Joe Pimentel LLDWLL Pasadena Arena, Pasadena WIN
KO
Aug. 7, 1933 Joey Greb LLDWLL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Points
July 10, 1933 Don Asto DLLLWL Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Technical knockout
June 26, 1933 Don Asto DDLLLW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Unanimous decision
April 28, 1933 Patsy Hennigan LLDLWW Northside Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
April 10, 1933 Eddie Brannon LLLLLW Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
March 27, 1933 US Carpenter WLLLDL Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 8, 1933 Steve Senich WWWLLL Moose Temple, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
Jan. 30, 1933 George Schlee LLWLLL Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Corner retirement
Dec. 13, 1932 Billy Cregan W Northside Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
Nov. 18, 1932 Jerry Clements LLWWWW Northside Arena, Pittsburgh LOSS
Split-decision
Oct. 14, 1932 Terry Waner WLWWWL Northside Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 26, 1932 Jim Dorsey Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
June 22, 1932 Steve Senich WLDDWL Meyers Bowl, North Braddock LOSS
Majority decision
June 9, 1932 Young Lowstetter LLW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Unanimous decision
March 4, 1932 Elmer Kozak Kapphan's Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 1, 1932 Paddy Gilmore WL Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
KO
Nov. 16, 1931 Steve Senich WLWLLL Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh LOSS
Points
Oct. 5, 1931 Al Rettinger L Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout