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Jack O'Halloran boxer

Jack O'Halloran image
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 6″/198cm
Debut 1966-09-22
Born 1943-04-08
Nationality USA
Residence Runnemede, New Jersey, USA
bouts
57
won
34
lost
21
draw
2
bouts
57
won
34
lost
21
draw
2
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 6″/198cm
Debut 1966-09-22
Born 1943-04-08
Nationality USA
Residence Runnemede, New Jersey, USA

Jack O'Halloran (April 08, 1943) is an American former boxer and actor. O'Halloran is best known for acting in such films as Superman, Superman II and Dragnet.O'Halloran was born in Philadelphia, and was raised by his mother, Mary, and stepfather, Peter Paul Patrick O’Halloran. He lived in Runnemede, New Jersey. Fighting as "Irish" Jack O'Halloran from Boston, he was a heavyweight boxing contender active from 1966 to 1974. The 6-foot, 6-inch O'Halloran was undefeated throughout his first 16 professional fights.

Jack O'Halloran (April 08, 1943) is an American former boxer and actor. O'Halloran is best known for acting in such films as Superman, Superman II and Dragnet.O'Halloran was born in Philadelphia, and was raised by his mother, Mary, and stepfather, Peter Paul Patrick O’Halloran. He lived in Runnemede, New Jersey. Fighting as "Irish" Jack O'Halloran from Boston, he was a heavyweight boxing contender active from 1966 to 1974. The 6-foot, 6-inch O'Halloran was undefeated throughout his first 16 professional fights.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Aug. 16, 1974 Howard Smith WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
July 12, 1974 Koroseta Kid WWWLLW Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Technical knockout
June 6, 1974 Danny Lee WLLDLW Bronco Bowl, Dallas WIN
Points
Dec. 5, 1973 Larry Middleton WWWLLL Civic Center, Baltimore LOSS
KO
Oct. 31, 1973 Koli Vailea LLWLW Las Vegas LOSS
Points
July 12, 1973 Boone Kirkman WLWWWW Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 8, 1973 Howard Smith WLWWWW San Diego LOSS
Split-decision
May 16, 1973 Charlie Reno LWLWLL Stockton USA California State Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 24, 1973 Jimmy Summerville WDLWDW Convention Center, Miami Beach WIN
Technical knockout
March 20, 1973 Jimmy Summerville WWDLWD Auditorium, Miami Beach LOSS
KO
March 1, 1973 Alvin Blue Lewis WWWLLW Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 8, 1972 Robie Harris WLLWWL Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 28, 1972 Rico Brooks WWWLD Coliseum, Denver USA California State Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 13, 1972 Rahman Ali WWWWDL San Diego WIN
KO
Aug. 9, 1972 Henry Clark WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego USA California State Heavyweight

WIN
Points
July 14, 1972 Vic Scott LWLLL San Diego USA California State Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 16, 1972 Henry Clark WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 25, 1972 Fred Lewis WWWWWL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Points
April 12, 1972 Steve Grant LWDLLW San Diego WIN
KO
March 17, 1972 Ken Norton WWWWWW Coliseum, San Diego LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 1, 1972 Charlie Harris WLLLLL Coliseum, Houston WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 26, 1971 Ron Lyle WWWWWW Auditorium Arena, Denver LOSS
KO
Sept. 21, 1971 Cleveland Williams LWWWLW Houston WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 24, 1971 Terry Daniels LWWLWW Coliseum, Houston WIN
Technical knockout
July 29, 1971 Ron Stander WDWWWW City Auditorium, Omaha LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 29, 1971 Johnny Griffin WWLWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 24, 1971 Jack Bodell WWWWLW Civic Hall, Wolverhampton LOSS
KO
Sept. 14, 1970 Dave Matthews WWWWWW Armory, Akron LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 6, 1970 Danny McAlinden WWWWWW Grosvenor House, Mayfair WIN
Points
May 25, 1970 Jose Roman WWWWWW Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 9, 1970 Mac Foster WWWWWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles LOSS
KO
Jan. 26, 1970 George Foreman WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
KO
Oct. 17, 1969 Manuel Ramos WWLWLW Forum, Inglewood WIN
KO
Oct. 4, 1969 Jimmy Richards WWWWWD Ellis Park Tennis Stadium, Johannesburg DRAW
Points
Aug. 19, 1969 Al Jones WDWWWW Auditorium, Miami Beach LOSS
Technical knockout
July 7, 1969 Carl Gizzi WWWWLW World Sporting Club, Mayfair WIN
Points
May 28, 1969 Tony Doyle WWWWWW Silver Slipper, Las Vegas LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 15, 1969 Joe Bugner WWWWWW Royal Albert Hall, Kensington LOSS
Points
March 27, 1969 Bobby Lee Hines WLLLL Roseland Ballroom, Taunton WIN
Technical knockout
March 15, 1969 Jose Roman LWWLLW San Juan LOSS
Points
Sept. 6, 1968 Charlie Harris LDWLWW Catholic Youth Center, Scranton LOSS
Points
April 23, 1968 Mike Bruce WLLLLL Walpole WIN
KO
March 26, 1968 Charley Polite WWWDWL Four Seasons Arena, Walpole WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1967 Buddy Moore LWWLLL Catholic Youth Center, Scranton WIN
KO
Oct. 2, 1967 Richard Benjamin L Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Points
Aug. 31, 1967 Bobby Lee Hines WLL Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
July 24, 1967 Bobby Lee Hines WL Four Seasons Arena, Walpole WIN
KO
July 19, 1967 Tommy Sheehan W Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
June 5, 1967 Mike Bruce LLWLLW Four Seasons Arena, Walpole WIN
Points
May 15, 1967 Tommy Clark LW Arena, Boston WIN
Unanimous decision
May 9, 1967 Roosevelt Eddie WWWL Arena, Boston DRAW
Points
May 2, 1967 Danny Swears Arena, Boston WIN
Points
April 18, 1967 Hal Moffett W Arena, Boston WIN
Unanimous decision
March 6, 1967 Woody Goss LLWWWL Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Points
Nov. 22, 1966 Woody Goss WLLWWW Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Points
Oct. 10, 1966 Bob Hazelton Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 22, 1966 Joe Pinto Municipal Stadium, Reading WIN
Technical knockout