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Roger Rouse boxer

Roger Rouse image
Status inactive
Age 64
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 73½″/187cm
Debut 1958-04-09
Born 1934-06-03
Death 1999-03-07
Nationality USA
Residence Opportunity, Montana, USA
bouts
66
won
39
lost
23
draw
4
bouts
66
won
39
lost
23
draw
4
Status inactive
Age 64
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11″/180cm
Reach 73½″/187cm
Debut 1958-04-09
Born 1934-06-03
Death 1999-03-07
Nationality USA
Residence Opportunity, Montana, USA

Roger Rouse (June 3, 1934 – March 7, 1999) was an American boxer. He competed in the men's middleweight event at the 1956 Summer Olympics.

Roger Rouse (June 3, 1934 – March 7, 1999) was an American boxer. He competed in the men's middleweight event at the 1956 Summer Olympics.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
May 5, 1972 Karl-Heinz Klein WWWWDW Eisstadion, Cologne LOSS
KO
March 24, 1972 Len Hutchins DWWWLW Read Fieldhouse, Kalamazoo LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 28, 1972 Richie Kates WWWWWW Arena, Philadelphia LOSS
Technical knockout
Dec. 3, 1971 Rudiger Schmidtke WLDWDW Frankfurt LOSS
Points
Nov. 13, 1971 Pierre Fourie WWWWWW Wembley Stadium, Johannesburg LOSS
Points
Oct. 5, 1971 Chris Finnegan LWWWDW Royal Albert Hall, Kensington LOSS
Technical knockout
Aug. 10, 1971 Brian Kelly WWWWWW Assembly Hall, Tulsa LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 24, 1971 Andy Kendall LDWLWW Multnomah County Expo Center, Portland Pacific Northwest Light Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
May 22, 1971 Ray White LDWWWW Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 7, 1971 Billy Marsh LLLDLL Minidome, Pocatello WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 24, 1971 Hill Chambers LDWLLL Silver Slipper, Las Vegas WIN
Split-decision
Nov. 25, 1970 Billy Wagner WWWWWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 7, 1970 Vicente Rondon WWWWWW Hiram Bithorn Stadium, San Juan LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 9, 1970 Andy Kendall LWDLWW Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle LOSS
Majority decision
April 4, 1970 Bob Foster WWWWWW Adams Field House, Missoula World Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight

World Boxing Council World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Corner retirement
Dec. 18, 1969 Larry Buck WWWWDW Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle WIN
Unanimous decision
May 19, 1969 Eddie Jones WWWWLW Convention Center, Las Vegas LOSS
Corner retirement
April 23, 1969 Ron Wilson LWLWLW Silver Slipper, Las Vegas WIN
Corner retirement
March 26, 1969 Jimmy Rosette WWWWWL Silver Slipper, Las Vegas LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 5, 1969 Eddie Parotte LWDWWL Silver Slipper, Las Vegas LOSS
Majority decision
Sept. 9, 1968 Bob Foster WWWWWW Coliseum, Washington LOSS
Technical knockout
July 3, 1968 Andy Kendall WDDWWW Civic Center, Butte DRAW
Points
Nov. 17, 1967 Dick Tiger WWLWWW Convention Center, Las Vegas World Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight

World Boxing Council World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
June 22, 1967 Bobby Rascon WWLWLL Adams Field House, Missoula WIN
Unanimous decision
April 15, 1967 Henry Hank DLWLLL Adams Field House, Missoula WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 11, 1967 Dave Russell LLLWWL Adams Field House, Missoula WIN
KO
Nov. 3, 1966 Eddie Cotton DWLWWL Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle WIN
Majority decision
Sept. 9, 1966 Leslie Borden WLLWLD Adams Field House, Missoula WIN
Technical knockout
June 20, 1966 Rudolph Bent LLWLLL Civic Center, Butte WIN
KO
May 3, 1966 Don Turner LWLWLL Civic Center, Butte WIN
KO
Oct. 23, 1965 Eddie Cotton LLLLDW Civic Center, Butte WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 13, 1965 Eddie Cotton LWLLLL Civic Center, Butte DRAW
Points
May 17, 1965 George Gaston WWWWW Boise WIN
Technical knockout
April 5, 1965 Henry Hank WWLLDL Auditorium, Oakland LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 23, 1965 Clarence James LWWWLW Auditorium, Oakland USA California State Light Heavyweight

WIN
Majority decision
Dec. 11, 1964 Frank Lujan Memorial Gymnasium, Anaconda WIN
KO
Nov. 23, 1964 Johnny Persol WWWLWD Memorial Gymnasium, Anaconda WIN
KO
Oct. 12, 1964 Leroy Smith L Civic Center, Butte WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 14, 1964 Sid Carter WWLWWL Civic Center, Butte WIN
Unanimous decision
July 14, 1964 Sonny Miles WWWWLW Civic Auditorium, San Jose vacant USA California State Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 11, 1964 Hank Casey LWLWWD Civic Auditorium, San Jose LOSS
Points
Nov. 19, 1963 Dean Bogany WWWDWD Civic Auditorium, San Jose USA California State Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 29, 1963 Frank Niblett LDLDWL Civic Auditorium, San Jose USA California State Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 29, 1963 Dean Bogany LWWWDW Civic Auditorium, San Jose USA California State Light Heavyweight

DRAW
TD
May 27, 1963 Sonny Miles WWWWWW Kezar Pavilion, San Francisco WIN
Points
April 15, 1963 Frank Niblett LLDLDW Kezar Pavilion, San Francisco WIN
Points
March 25, 1963 Chuck Leslie WWWWW Auditorium, Oakland WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 20, 1962 Larry McGee DLLLW Memorial Coliseum, Portland WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 18, 1962 Sid Carter WWWLWW Sports Arena, Tacoma LOSS
Points
April 7, 1960 Perry Hicks LLLLWL Auditorium, Portland WIN
Unanimous decision
March 11, 1960 Harold Simmons WWWWWD Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 11, 1960 Frankie Rowe LDLLLL Exhibition Gardens, Vancouver WIN
Points
March 5, 1959 James Jackson LWL Auditorium, Portland WIN
KO
Feb. 17, 1959 Ernie Gipson WWWWLW Centennial Exposition Pavilion, Portland WIN
KO
Feb. 12, 1959 Johnny Heard DWLWLL Civic Auditorium, Seattle WIN
Split-decision
Jan. 20, 1959 Cleo Frazier WWWLWD Auditorium, Portland WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 19, 1958 Cal Houston WWWLLD Cow Palace, Daly City WIN
Split-decision
Oct. 2, 1958 Cal Houston DWWWLL Anchorage High School Gym, Anchorage DRAW
Points
Sept. 17, 1958 Bob Peacock LLDL Armory, Portland WIN
KO
Aug. 22, 1958 Joe Neal WLWLLL Memorial Gymnasium, Anaconda WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 1, 1958 Candy Lee WLL Memorial Gymnasium, Anaconda WIN
Technical knockout
June 24, 1958 Joe Louis III LLLLLW Memorial Gymnasium, Anaconda WIN
Unanimous decision
June 16, 1958 Billy Ricks WLLDLL Auditorium, Portland WIN
Technical knockout
May 19, 1958 Tiger Al Jackson LLLLLL Coliseum, Spokane WIN
Technical knockout
April 22, 1958 Joe Neal LWWWLW Coliseum, Spokane WIN
Unanimous decision
April 9, 1958 Billy Ricks WLWLLD Cow Palace, Daly City WIN
Technical knockout