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Joey Maxim boxer

Joey Maxim image
Status inactive
Age 79
Division light heavyweight
Height 6′ 1″/185cm
Reach 71½″/182cm
Debut 1941-01-13
Born 1922-03-28
Death 2001-06-02
Nationality USA
Residence Cleveland, Ohio, USA
bouts
116
won
83
lost
29
draw
4
bouts
116
won
83
lost
29
draw
4
Status inactive
Age 79
Division light heavyweight
Height 6′ 1″/185cm
Reach 71½″/182cm
Debut 1941-01-13
Born 1922-03-28
Death 2001-06-02
Nationality USA
Residence Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Giuseppe Antonio Berardinelli (March 28, 1922 – June 2, 2001) was an American professional boxer. He was a World Light Heavyweight Champion. He took the ring-name Joey Maxim from the Maxim gun, the world's first self-acting machine gun, based on his ability to rapidly throw a large number of left jabs.Maxim was born and raised in Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. He learned to box at a very young age. Following a successful amateur career, during which he won the Golden Gloves, he turned professional in 1940. He boxed fairly regularly at exhibitions during the war years whilst serving as a military police officer at Miami Beach, Florida.

Giuseppe Antonio Berardinelli (March 28, 1922 – June 2, 2001) was an American professional boxer. He was a World Light Heavyweight Champion. He took the ring-name Joey Maxim from the Maxim gun, the world's first self-acting machine gun, based on his ability to rapidly throw a large number of left jabs.Maxim was born and raised in Collinwood neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. He learned to box at a very young age. Following a successful amateur career, during which he won the Golden Gloves, he turned professional in 1940. He boxed fairly regularly at exhibitions during the war years whilst serving as a military police officer at Miami Beach, Florida.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
May 17, 1958 Ulli Ritter WWWWWW Eisstadion, Mannheim LOSS
Points
April 27, 1958 Giacomo Bozzano WWWWWW Milan LOSS
Points
April 12, 1958 Heinz Neuhaus WWWLWD Killesberghalle, Stuttgart LOSS
Points
June 18, 1957 Bobo Olson WLWWLL Auditorium, Portland LOSS
Split-decision
May 3, 1957 Eddie Machen WWWWWW Freedom Hall, Louisville LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 25, 1957 Eddie Machen WWWWWW Auditorium, Miami Beach LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 29, 1956 Edgardo Romero WWLLWL Vancouver WIN
Points
June 28, 1955 Willie Pastrano WWWWWD Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 13, 1955 Bobo Olson WWWWWW Cow Palace, Daly City LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 24, 1954 Paul Andrews LWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
June 7, 1954 Floyd Patterson WWWWWW Eastern Parkway Arena, Brooklyn WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 27, 1954 Archie Moore WWWWWW Orange Bowl, Miami LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 24, 1953 Archie Moore WWWWWW Ogden Stadium, Ogden World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 4, 1953 Danny Nardico WWWWLW Miami Stadium, Miami WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 17, 1952 Archie Moore LWWWWW Arena, Saint Louis World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 25, 1952 Sugar Ray Robinson WLWWW Yankee Stadium, Bronx WIN
Corner retirement
March 6, 1952 Ted Lowry LLLLLW Auditorium, Saint Paul WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 12, 1951 Ezzard Charles WWWWLW Cow Palace, Daly City LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 22, 1951 Bob Murphy WLWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
May 30, 1951 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago National Boxing Association World Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 27, 1951 Hubert Hood WWLLLL Armory, Indianapolis WIN
KO
Dec. 11, 1950 Dave Whitlock LWLLLL Winterland Arena, San Francisco WIN
KO
Nov. 22, 1950 Big Boy Brown LLLLLL Wharton Field House, Moline WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 10, 1950 Bill Petersen LLWLLW Fairgrounds Coliseum, Salt Lake City WIN
Points
Sept. 25, 1950 Jackie Swanson DLLLLL Radio Center Arena, Huntington WIN
KO
May 12, 1950 Bill Petersen WLLLWL Memphis WIN
KO
April 19, 1950 Joe Dawson WLLWLL City Auditorium, Omaha WIN
KO
Jan. 24, 1950 Freddie Mills WWWWWL Earls Court Empress Hall, Kensington WIN
KO
Dec. 9, 1949 Bill Petersen WWLLLW Grand Rapids WIN
Points
Nov. 30, 1949 Pat McCafferty WWLLWW Wichita WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 25, 1949 Joe Kahut DWLWLL Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati WIN
Technical knockout
May 23, 1949 Gus Lesnevich WWWWLW Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 28, 1949 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati LOSS
Majority decision
Dec. 7, 1948 Jimmy Bivins WWWLLW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Split-decision
Nov. 12, 1948 Bob Satterfield WLWWWD Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 19, 1948 Joe Kahut WWWLLW Auditorium, Portland LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 28, 1948 Bill Petersen WLWLWW Auditorium, Portland Pacific Northwest Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 29, 1948 Bill Petersen WWLWLW Civic Ice Arena, Seattle WIN
Unanimous decision
June 22, 1948 Joe Kahut WLWWWL Auditorium, Portland WIN
Unanimous decision
June 7, 1948 Pat Valentino WWDLDL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco DRAW
Points
May 27, 1948 Roy Hawkins WWWWWL Ice Palace, Tacoma WIN
Points
May 7, 1948 Francisco de la Cruz WLLWWL County Coliseum, El Paso WIN
Unanimous decision
April 27, 1948 Whitey Berlier LLLWWW Houston WIN
Points
March 22, 1948 Pat Valentino WWWWDL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco DRAW
Points
Feb. 13, 1948 Tony Bosnich WWWWDW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 2, 1948 Bob Sikes WWLWWW Barton Coliseum, Little Rock WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 9, 1948 Olle Tandberg WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Split-decision
Dec. 8, 1947 Billy Thompson WWWWWW Arena, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 12, 1947 Bob Foxworth WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Split-decision
Sept. 17, 1947 John Thomas LWLLLW Central Armory, Cleveland WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 8, 1947 Clarence Jones LWLLLL Stadium, Wheeling WIN
KO
June 23, 1947 Jersey Joe Walcott WWLLWW Gilmore Field, Los Angeles LOSS
Split-decision
May 12, 1947 Charley Roth LLWWDL Jefferson County Armory, Louisville WIN
KO
Jan. 28, 1947 Marty Clark WWWWLL Orange Bowl, Miami WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 6, 1947 Jersey Joe Walcott WWWWLL Convention Hall, Philadelphia LOSS
Majority decision
Dec. 17, 1946 Jack Marshall LLWLWL Houston WIN
Points
Dec. 12, 1946 Dolph Quijano LWWWWW County Coliseum, El Paso WIN
Points
Dec. 3, 1946 Jimmy Webb WWWWWW Houston WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 12, 1946 Jimmy Richie WWWWWW Kiel Auditorium, Saint Louis DRAW
Points
Oct. 16, 1946 Bearcat Jones WWLLLL Rollercade, Toledo WIN
KO
Oct. 10, 1946 Clarence Jones LWLWLW Armory, Akron WIN
Points
Aug. 28, 1946 Jersey Joe Walcott WWWWWW Public Service Ball Park, Camden WIN
Points
Aug. 14, 1946 Henry Cooper LLLLLW Comiskey Park, Chicago WIN
Points
Aug. 2, 1946 Phil Muscato LWWWLL Red Wing Stadium, Rochester WIN
Unanimous decision
May 14, 1946 Phil Muscato WWLWWW Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Split-decision
May 7, 1946 Charley Eagle WLLLLL Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo DRAW
Points
April 9, 1946 Phil Muscato WWWWLW Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 1, 1946 Buddy Walker WLLWLW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
March 27, 1946 Ralph DeJohn WWLWWL Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Technical knockout
March 11, 1946 John Thomas LWLWWW St. Nicholas Arena, New York LOSS
Points
March 4, 1946 Panther Williams WLWWWW Arena Gardens, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 26, 1945 Cleo Everett WWWWWL Arena Gardens, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
April 16, 1945 Clarence Brown WWLLLL Arcadia Gardens, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 2, 1945 Johnny Flanagan WWWWWW Coliseum, Chicago WIN
Points
Dec. 19, 1944 Johnny Flynn LWWWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Split-decision
July 27, 1944 Lloyd Marshall WWWWWL Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 26, 1944 Frank Androff WLLWWD Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
May 29, 1944 Bob Garner WLDWWW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
April 28, 1944 Buddy Walker WLWWWL Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 31, 1944 George Parks LLLDDL Turner's Arena, Washington WIN
Points
Dec. 1, 1943 Claudio Villar LWLLLL Arena, Cleveland WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 29, 1943 Buddy Scott WWWWWW Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Points
Aug. 9, 1943 Nate Bolden WLLWWL Wrigley Field, Chicago WIN
Points
April 26, 1943 Al Jordan WWWDLW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Split-decision
March 31, 1943 Curtis Sheppard WLWLW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Unanimous decision
March 10, 1943 Curtis Sheppard LWLWL Arena, Cleveland LOSS
KO
Feb. 15, 1943 Clarence Brown WLLLL Chicago Stadium, Chicago WIN
Points
Jan. 18, 1943 Clarence Brown WWLLL Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Points
Dec. 1, 1942 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 27, 1942 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 13, 1942 Larry Lane WDLWDW Armory, Akron WIN
Points
Oct. 5, 1942 Hubert Hood Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 22, 1942 Shelton Bell WWWWWW Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Points
Aug. 27, 1942 Jack Marshall WWWLLL Comiskey Park, Chicago WIN
KO
Aug. 10, 1942 Altus Allen WWWLLL Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago LOSS
Majority decision
July 27, 1942 Curtis Sheppard LWWWLW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh WIN
Points
July 10, 1942 Lou Brooks WLLWWW Wilmington Park, Wilmington WIN
Split-decision
June 23, 1942 Jimmy Bivins LWLWWL Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland LOSS
Split-decision
June 1, 1942 Charley Roth LLLLLW Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago WIN
KO
May 11, 1942 Charley Roth WLLLLL Marigold Gardens, Chicago LOSS
DQ
April 20, 1942 Frank Greene LWWLLL Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
KO
March 23, 1942 Lou Brooks WWWWWL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Split-decision
March 11, 1942 Herbie Katz WWWWWL Arena, Cleveland WIN
KO
Jan. 16, 1942 Booker Beckwith WWWWWL Coliseum, Chicago LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 1, 1941 Red Burman LWWLLW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Points
Oct. 27, 1941 Oliver Shanks WLWLWW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
KO
Oct. 6, 1941 Bill Petersen WLWWDW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 15, 1941 Nate Bolden WWDWWL Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 11, 1941 Lee Oma WLLLLW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Points
July 28, 1941 Johnny Trotter DWWWWL Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago WIN
Points
July 11, 1941 Tony Paoli Sportman's Park, Cleveland WIN
Points
April 29, 1941 Bobby Berry LWWWLL Arena, Cleveland WIN
Points
April 9, 1941 Charley Banks WLWWDW Armory, Akron WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 17, 1941 Orlando Trotter WLWLWL Marigold Gardens, Chicago LOSS
Split-decision
Jan. 27, 1941 Frank McBride WWW Marigold Gardens, Chicago WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 13, 1941 Bobby Berry WWLWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Points