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Rocky Fratto boxer

Rocky Fratto image
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 9″/175cm
Debut 1976-11-20
Born 1958-10-29
Nationality USA
Residence Syracuse, New York, USA
bouts
32
won
28
lost
4
draw
0
bouts
32
won
28
lost
4
draw
0
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 9″/175cm
Debut 1976-11-20
Born 1958-10-29
Nationality USA
Residence Syracuse, New York, USA

Fratto was the first of three children born to Ralph and Concetta Fratto in Geneva, New York. His father Ralph Fratto Sr. was born in Taverna, Calabria, Italy, in 1936, emigrating to the United States in 1948. Ralph Sr. was a local boxing coach and would bring his son along to watch the fights. On June 11, 1971 the Geneva Boxing Team had lost every fight and the young Fratto begged his father to let him in the ring. His father said his son would have to learn a lesson the "hard way." Rocky Fratto would win his first fight that night, and receive a trophy for the "fighter of the night." This was the start of his boxing career at the age of 12.Rocky Fratto had an amateur record of 73 wins, 3 losses and 28 knockouts. Fratto won the New York State Golden Gloves Championship in 1973 at age 14 and the New York State AAU Championship in 1974 and 1975.

Fratto was the first of three children born to Ralph and Concetta Fratto in Geneva, New York. His father Ralph Fratto Sr. was born in Taverna, Calabria, Italy, in 1936, emigrating to the United States in 1948. Ralph Sr. was a local boxing coach and would bring his son along to watch the fights. On June 11, 1971 the Geneva Boxing Team had lost every fight and the young Fratto begged his father to let him in the ring. His father said his son would have to learn a lesson the "hard way." Rocky Fratto would win his first fight that night, and receive a trophy for the "fighter of the night." This was the start of his boxing career at the age of 12.Rocky Fratto had an amateur record of 73 wins, 3 losses and 28 knockouts. Fratto won the New York State Golden Gloves Championship in 1973 at age 14 and the New York State AAU Championship in 1974 and 1975.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
April 2, 1986 Harry Daniels WWLWLW War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse LOSS
Technical knockout
June 14, 1985 Mosimo Maeleke LLLLLL Sassari WIN
Points
April 5, 1983 Roberto Colon WLWLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 7, 1982 Sean Mannion WWLWWL Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 18, 1982 Roberto Colon WWLWLL War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester WIN
Unanimous decision
June 5, 1982 Jesus Castro WLLLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester WIN
Majority decision
March 20, 1982 Chris Linson WLWWLW War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester NABF Super Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 7, 1981 Tadashi Mihara WWWWWW War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester vacant World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Majority decision
April 25, 1981 Rocky Mosley Jr WLWDWW War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester NABF Super Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 6, 1981 Randy Milton DLWLWL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
KO
July 25, 1980 Rick Zarbatany WLLLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester WIN
Technical knockout
April 19, 1980 CJ Faison WWWLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
KO
Feb. 29, 1980 Sammy Masias LWLLLW Roma WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 19, 1980 Jaime Rodriguez LLLWWW War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 1979 Steve Michalerya LWLWLL Henrietta Dome, Rochester WIN
Unanimous decision
July 13, 1979 Irish Pat Murphy WWWWLW Monroe County Dome Arena, Rochester WIN
KO
June 2, 1979 Sammy Masias LLLLW War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
April 14, 1979 Beau Jaynes LLLLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Technical knockout
March 17, 1979 Steve Michalerya WWLWLW Armory, Elmira WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 8, 1978 Everaldo Costa Azevedo LDWLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 16, 1978 Pablo Rodriguez LLLLLL Armory, Elmira WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 12, 1978 Justice Ortiz LLLLWL Arena, Alexandria Bay WIN
Unanimous decision
July 15, 1978 Pablo Rodriguez WLLLLL Alexandria Bay WIN
Unanimous decision
March 25, 1978 Tyrone Phelps LLLLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 19, 1977 Ricky Burgess LLWWWL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 8, 1977 Reinaldo Oliveira Jr LLWWLW Hobart College Bristol Gym, Geneva WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 25, 1977 Ray Bryant LL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
July 8, 1977 Al Romano LWWWLL McDonough Park, Geneva WIN
Unanimous decision
June 3, 1977 DC Walker LLLLLL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
Unanimous decision
April 8, 1977 Johnny Taylor LLLWWL War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse WIN
KO
Jan. 21, 1977 Lorenzo Howard L War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester WIN
KO
Nov. 20, 1976 Joe Grady DLDLL War Memorial Auditorium, Utica WIN
Unanimous decision