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Lloyd Marshall boxer

Lloyd Marshall image
Status inactive
Age 83
Division middleweight
Height 5′ 10″/178cm
Reach 74½″/189cm
Debut 1936-09-11
Born 1914-06-04
Death 1997-08-04
Nationality USA
Residence Cleveland, Ohio, USA
bouts
99
won
70
lost
25
draw
4
bouts
99
won
70
lost
25
draw
4
Status inactive
Age 83
Division middleweight
Height 5′ 10″/178cm
Reach 74½″/189cm
Debut 1936-09-11
Born 1914-06-04
Death 1997-08-04
Nationality USA
Residence Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Marshall began boxing at the age of 17 and turned pro in 1936. In 1943 Marshall fought for the "Duration" Light Heavyweight Title against Jimmy Bivins. During the bout, Bivins was knocked down in the 7th for a 2-count, and then Marshall was down for nine in the 9th, and at the bell in the 12th. Marhsall was then being counted out in the 13th to lose the bout. In 1944 he captured the Vacant "Duration" World Light Heavyweight Title with a victory over Nate Bolden. Due to the fact that he fought at his peak during World War II, Marshall never fought for an officially recognized world title.He retired in 1951 after KO losses to Bobo Olson and then Harry Matthews.

Marshall began boxing at the age of 17 and turned pro in 1936. In 1943 Marshall fought for the "Duration" Light Heavyweight Title against Jimmy Bivins. During the bout, Bivins was knocked down in the 7th for a 2-count, and then Marshall was down for nine in the 9th, and at the bell in the 12th. Marhsall was then being counted out in the 13th to lose the bout. In 1944 he captured the Vacant "Duration" World Light Heavyweight Title with a victory over Nate Bolden. Due to the fact that he fought at his peak during World War II, Marshall never fought for an officially recognized world title.He retired in 1951 after KO losses to Bobo Olson and then Harry Matthews.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
July 27, 1951 Harry Matthews WWWWWW Civic Ice Arena, Seattle LOSS
KO
May 8, 1951 Bobo Olson LWWWLW Civic Auditorium, Honolulu LOSS
KO
Feb. 27, 1951 Don Cockell WLWWWW Harringay Arena, Harringay LOSS
KO
Dec. 4, 1950 Tommy Farr WWWWWW Market Hall, Carmarthen WIN
Points
Nov. 14, 1950 Don Cockell LWLWWW Earls Court Arena, Kensington LOSS
DQ
Oct. 15, 1950 Hans Strelecki WWWWWW Rote Erde Stadion, Dortmund DRAW
Points
Oct. 8, 1950 Heinz Sachs WWWLDL Waldbuehne, Westend WIN
Points
Sept. 6, 1950 Willi Hoepner WLWWWW Planten un Blomen LOSS
Points
July 2, 1950 Dietrich Hucks WLDLWD Waldbuehne, Westend WIN
Technical knockout
May 14, 1950 Conny Rux WLWWWW Waldbuehne, Westend LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 28, 1950 Babe Edwards LWWWLL Civic Auditorium, San Jose WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 15, 1950 Frankie Daniels LWLWWL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
Nov. 8, 1949 Bob Murphy WWWWWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 24, 1949 Watson Jones WWWLLL Sports Center, Tucson WIN
KO
Sept. 20, 1949 John L Sullivan WLDWWW Auditorium, Portland WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 5, 1949 Bob Dunlap WWWWWL National Hall, San Francisco WIN
Points
June 30, 1949 Grant Butcher WWWDWW Edmonds Field, Sacramento LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 8, 1949 Roy Taylor LWWLLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento LOSS
Majority decision
June 15, 1948 Ernie Rios LWWLLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
May 18, 1948 George Millich DWWLLW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 29, 1947 Ezzard Charles WWWWLW Crosley Field, Cincinnati LOSS
KO
June 3, 1947 Freddie Mills LWLWWW Harringay Arena, Harringay WIN
KO
Dec. 17, 1946 George 'Wildcat' Henry WLLWWW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
July 29, 1946 Ezzard Charles WWWWWW Crosley Field, Cincinnati LOSS
KO
March 20, 1946 Oakland Billy Smith WWLWWL Auditorium, Oakland USA California State Light Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
Dec. 17, 1945 Bobby Zander WWWWWL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 12, 1945 Nate Bolden LWLLLW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Sept. 24, 1945 Fitzie Fitzpatrick WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
June 26, 1945 Archie Moore WWWWWW Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland LOSS
Technical knockout
May 21, 1945 Archie Moore WWWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 16, 1945 Willie Barrow WWWL Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Unanimous decision
March 19, 1945 Teddy Randolph WLWLWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 18, 1944 Joe Carter LWWWWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Split-decision
Sept. 30, 1944 Jack Chase WWWDWL Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles WIN
Unanimous decision
July 27, 1944 Joey Maxim WWWWWW Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland WIN
Unanimous decision
July 11, 1944 Holman Williams WWWWWL Griffith Stadium, Washington LOSS
Majority decision
June 7, 1944 Holman Williams LWWWWW Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Points
May 26, 1944 Joe Kahut DWWWWW Auditorium, Portland WIN
Points
May 19, 1944 Joe Reddick WWWWDW Auditorium, Milwaukee WIN
Points
April 21, 1944 Jake LaMotta WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
Unanimous decision
March 6, 1944 Joe Carter WLWWWW Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Split-decision
Feb. 16, 1944 Bob Garner WWWWWW Auditorium, Milwaukee WIN
KO
Jan. 18, 1944 Nate Bolden WWWWLL Arena, Cleveland Vacant "Duration" World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 13, 1943 Jack Chase WWWWDL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco USA California State Middleweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 3, 1943 Bobby Berger WLWLLW L-st Arena, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 8, 1943 Jack Chase WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco USA California State Middleweight

DRAW
Points
Sept. 3, 1943 Holman Williams WWWLL Coliseum Arena, New Orleans LOSS
Points
Aug. 19, 1943 Bill McDowell LLWWDW Armory, Akron WIN
Technical knockout
July 21, 1943 Curtis Sheppard WLWLWW Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland WIN
Points
June 8, 1943 Jimmy Bivins WWWWWW Lakefront Stadium, Cleveland "Duration" Light Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
April 21, 1943 Anton Christoforidis WWWDWL Arena, Cleveland "Duration" Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 31, 1943 Ezzard Charles WWWWWL Arena, Cleveland WIN
Technical knockout
March 12, 1943 Harvey Massey LLLLL Coliseum, San Diego WIN
KO
Feb. 12, 1943 Costello Cruz WWLWWD Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
KO
Jan. 21, 1943 Harvey Massey LWLLL Civic Auditorium, Stockton WIN
Points
Dec. 11, 1942 Charley Burley LWLWLW Legion Stadium, Hollywood WIN
Split-decision
Oct. 15, 1942 Harvey Massey WLWLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
Sept. 28, 1942 Eddie Booker DWWWWW Civic Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Points
July 6, 1942 Al Gilbert LWLDWD Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
June 19, 1942 Newsboy Millich LLWWLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
May 1, 1942 Newsboy Millich LLLWWL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
March 27, 1942 Johnny 'Bandit' Romero LWLWWW Coliseum, San Diego WIN
Points
Feb. 27, 1942 Eddie Peirce WWWWLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
Dec. 10, 1941 Billy Pryor DWLLLW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
June 9, 1941 Shorty Hogue WWWWDL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
April 28, 1941 Ralph DeJohn WWLLWW Coliseum Bowl, San Francisco WIN
KO
April 3, 1941 Jimmy Casino WLWWDL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 7, 1941 Shorty Hogue WWWWWW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento LOSS
Points
Oct. 21, 1940 Teddy Yarosz LWWLWW Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh LOSS
Points
June 13, 1940 Tony Cisco LWDWWD Hickey Park, Millvale WIN
Points
May 21, 1940 Tony Cisco WLWDWW Forbes Field, Pittsburgh DRAW
Points
May 3, 1940 George Gano WLLLLL Butler Street Sports Arena, Pittsburgh WIN
Technical knockout
March 29, 1940 Tiger Red Lewis WWLWLW Mechanics Building, Boston WIN
KO
Dec. 6, 1939 Lou Brouillard WLDWLL Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 29, 1939 Teddy Yarosz DWWWLL Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
June 23, 1939 Harold Dettman WWWWWL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
May 19, 1939 Jack Hibbard WWDLLD Olympic Arena, Reno WIN
Technical knockout
May 17, 1939 Babe Risko LDLLLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
March 17, 1939 Ceferino Garcia WWLWWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 22, 1939 Ceferino Garcia WWWLWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Points
Dec. 14, 1938 Johnny Erjavec WLLLLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
Nov. 18, 1938 Ben Valentine WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
Sept. 1, 1938 Ken Overlin WLWLD Civic Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
July 21, 1938 Johnny 'Bandit' Romero WWDWWW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
June 16, 1938 Charley Coates DLWWWW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
Points
June 1, 1938 Johnny Rossi WLWLLW Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
March 4, 1938 Angelo Puglisi DLWLWL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
Dec. 17, 1937 Johnny 'Bandit' Romero WWLWLW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Points
Nov. 12, 1937 Swede Berglund WWLWWL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento DRAW
Points
Oct. 27, 1937 Al LaBoa LWWLWW Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 27, 1937 Joe Smallwood WLLLLL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Technical knockout
July 30, 1937 Pietro Georgi LLLLWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
June 11, 1937 Freddie Graham WWWDWL Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
KO
Jan. 29, 1937 Pietro Georgi LLWLWL L-st Arena, Sacramento WIN
Points
Dec. 18, 1936 Gunner Froines DWWDLL Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento WIN
KO
Nov. 27, 1936 Leonard Bennett WWLDLW L-st Arena, Sacramento WIN
Points
Nov. 6, 1936 Billy Azevedo WWWLWD L-st Arena, Sacramento WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 9, 1936 Joe Ricciotti WLDWLD Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco WIN
Points
Sept. 11, 1936 Al LaBoa WWWWWW Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco LOSS
Points