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Tami Mauriello boxer

Tami Mauriello image
Status inactive
Age 76
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 73″/185cm
Debut 1939-07-25
Born 1923-09-18
Death 1999-12-03
Nationality USA
Residence Bronx, New York, USA
bouts
96
won
82
lost
13
draw
1
bouts
96
won
82
lost
13
draw
1
Status inactive
Age 76
Division light heavyweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 73″/185cm
Debut 1939-07-25
Born 1923-09-18
Death 1999-12-03
Nationality USA
Residence Bronx, New York, USA

Tami Mauriello made his professional boxing debut with a first round knockout of Gilberto Ramirez Vazquez at Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens, New York. Mauriello went undefeated in his first 24 fights, with 15 knockout wins. He lost his condition as an undefeated prospect when he faced future NYSAC world Middleweight champion Billy Soose, who himself had come off a close split decision victory over Ken Overlin and a unanimous decision victory against Tony Zale. Mauriello-Soose took place on January 3, 1941 at the Madison Square Garden in New York. The event marked the third time that Mauriello boxed as a professional in the arena. Tami Mauriello lost a razor-thin, split decision after ten rounds, one judge scoring the bout 6-4 in rounds for him (Boxing fights in New York were scored on a per-round basis instead of a "must system" as they get scored in modern times) while the other judge and the referee, Frank Fullam, scored the bout for Soose, 6-4 also.Mauriello proceeded by taking on tough Bill McDowell (119-60-22) barely 5 weeks after the defeat to Soose, on February 11, 1941 at the New York Coliseum in the Bronx. Mauriello won by a sixth round knockout. By this time, he was becoming known for his powerful right hand punch.

Tami Mauriello made his professional boxing debut with a first round knockout of Gilberto Ramirez Vazquez at Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens, New York. Mauriello went undefeated in his first 24 fights, with 15 knockout wins. He lost his condition as an undefeated prospect when he faced future NYSAC world Middleweight champion Billy Soose, who himself had come off a close split decision victory over Ken Overlin and a unanimous decision victory against Tony Zale. Mauriello-Soose took place on January 3, 1941 at the Madison Square Garden in New York. The event marked the third time that Mauriello boxed as a professional in the arena. Tami Mauriello lost a razor-thin, split decision after ten rounds, one judge scoring the bout 6-4 in rounds for him (Boxing fights in New York were scored on a per-round basis instead of a "must system" as they get scored in modern times) while the other judge and the referee, Frank Fullam, scored the bout for Soose, 6-4 also.Mauriello proceeded by taking on tough Bill McDowell (119-60-22) barely 5 weeks after the defeat to Soose, on February 11, 1941 at the New York Coliseum in the Bronx. Mauriello won by a sixth round knockout. By this time, he was becoming known for his powerful right hand punch.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Oct. 5, 1949 Cesar Brion WWLLWW St. Nicholas Arena, New York LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 19, 1949 Joe Dominic WLLLWL Valley Arena, Holyoke LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 9, 1949 Mike Jacobs LLLWLL Page Arena, New Bedford WIN
KO
July 1, 1949 Joe Dominic WWWWLL Nova Scotia Sports Centre, Sydney WIN
KO
March 21, 1949 Willie Brown LWWLLL Arena, Trenton WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 14, 1949 Jim Holden LWLLDW Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Points
Dec. 6, 1948 Mike Jacobs LLLLLW Laurel Garden, Newark WIN
Points
Nov. 15, 1948 Leo Stoll LLLLLL Valley Arena, Holyoke WIN
KO
Oct. 19, 1948 Roy Taylor WLWWLL Park Arena, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 31, 1947 Gus Lesnevich LWLWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 7, 1947 Teddy Randolph LLLWWW Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 29, 1947 George Fitch LWLWWW Arena, New Haven WIN
KO
July 30, 1947 Gus Lesnevich WLWLWW Ebbets Field, Brooklyn LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 28, 1947 Jimmy Carollo WWWWWW Ebbets Field, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
March 14, 1947 Johnny Shkor WLWLWL Arena, Boston LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 5, 1947 Freddie Schott LWWWWL Armory, Newark WIN
Points
Jan. 24, 1947 John Thomas LWLLWL Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 8, 1947 Jimmy O'Brien LWWLLW International Amphitheatre, Chicago WIN
KO
Sept. 18, 1946 Joe Louis WWWWWW Yankee Stadium, Bronx LOSS
KO
May 17, 1946 Bruce Woodcock WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
March 22, 1946 John Thomas WLWWWW Olympia Stadium, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 12, 1945 Henry Cooper LLLLLL Coliseum, Houston WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 3, 1945 Jerry Berthiaume WWWLWW Arena, Cleveland WIN
KO
Nov. 26, 1945 Earl Lowman LLWLWL Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence WIN
KO
Sept. 17, 1945 Gunnar Barlund WWWLLL Coliseum Arena, New Orleans WIN
Corner retirement
Sept. 4, 1945 Johnny White DWLLLL Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens WIN
KO
July 26, 1945 Vince Pimpinella WDWLLW Tar Park, Norfolk WIN
KO
July 16, 1945 Charley Eagle WWWLLL Municipal Stadium, Waterbury WIN
Technical knockout
June 25, 1945 Lou Nova LWWWWW Fenway Park, Boston WIN
KO
June 1, 1945 Steve Dudas LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
March 23, 1945 Lee Oma WWLWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 8, 1944 Lee Oma WLWWLW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 22, 1944 Lee Oma WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
July 26, 1944 Danny Cox WDLLWL Scranton Stadium, Scranton WIN
KO
July 19, 1944 Buddy Knox WLLLWL Twin City Bowl, Elizabeth WIN
Technical knockout
July 13, 1944 Vince Pimpinella LLWLLL Fort Hamilton Arena, Brooklyn WIN
Corner retirement
Feb. 25, 1944 Joe Baksi LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 2, 1944 Buddy Knox LWLWLL Marieville Gardens, North Providence WIN
Points
Dec. 15, 1943 Mike Alfano LLDLLL Arena, Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 5, 1943 Lee Savold WWWWLW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 18, 1943 Mike Alfano WLLDLL Arena, New Haven WIN
Points
Sept. 29, 1943 Gunnar Barlund WLLLWW MacArthur Stadium, Syracuse WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 14, 1943 Mike Alfano LWLLDL MacArthur Stadium, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Aug. 12, 1943 Tommy Campanella LLLWWL Fort Hamilton Arena, Brooklyn WIN
KO
July 12, 1943 Tony Musto WLLLLL Coliseum, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
March 12, 1943 Jimmy Bivins WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Majority decision
Feb. 23, 1943 Vince Pimpinella WLWWWL Broadway Arena, Brooklyn WIN
Points
Dec. 11, 1942 Lou Nova WWWLLW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
Oct. 30, 1942 Lee Savold WWWLWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 15, 1942 Italo Colonello LLLLLL Grotto Auditorium, Jersey City WIN
KO
Sept. 15, 1942 Jimmy Bivins LWWLWW Arena, Cleveland LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 1, 1942 Italo Colonello LLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
July 23, 1942 Red Burman LWLWDW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
July 14, 1942 Tony Musto DLWLDL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
May 22, 1942 Bob Pastor WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York DRAW
Points
May 5, 1942 Ted Wint WLLDWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
April 20, 1942 Eldridge Eatman LDLLLW Pyramid Mosque, Bridgeport WIN
KO
March 23, 1942 Henry Cooper LLLLLL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Corner retirement
Feb. 24, 1942 Buddy Knox LWWWDL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 27, 1942 Gunnar Barlund LLWLWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 16, 1941 Jay D Turner LWWLWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 14, 1941 Gus Lesnevich WLWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York National Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight

NYSAC World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 26, 1941 Gus Lesnevich WWLWWW Madison Square Garden, New York National Boxing Association World Light Heavyweight

vacant NYSAC World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Split-decision
July 9, 1941 Steve Mamakos LDWLLW Ebbets Field, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
June 6, 1941 Tony Cisco WLLLLL Coney Island Velodrome, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
May 20, 1941 Jimmy O'Boyne LLWWWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
KO
May 6, 1941 Charley 'Hobo' Williams WLLLWD New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
April 8, 1941 Wildcat O'Connor LWDLLW New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
March 14, 1941 Steve Belloise WLWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
March 4, 1941 Harry Ginsberg LWWWLW New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
KO
Feb. 11, 1941 Bill McDowell WLWDWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 3, 1941 Billy Soose WWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Split-decision
Dec. 3, 1940 Erich Seelig DLLWLD New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 12, 1940 Vic Dellicurti LLWWWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 8, 1940 Augie Arellano WLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
Sept. 20, 1940 Gene Molnar WWWWLL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 3, 1940 Walter Franklin LDDLWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
KO
Aug. 19, 1940 Gene Molnar WWWWWL Starlight Park, Bronx WIN
Points
July 29, 1940 Johnny McHale LWLLWL Starlight Park, Bronx WIN
KO
June 24, 1940 Jerry Fiorello DLDWDD Starlight Park, Bronx WIN
Points
May 14, 1940 Norman Hurdman LWLWWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
April 16, 1940 Walter Johnson LWLLWD New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
March 26, 1940 Eddie Guerra LLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
March 12, 1940 Paul Griffiths WLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 12, 1940 Mike Angieri WLDLDL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
KO
Jan. 23, 1940 Sean Hynes WWLWLW New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
KO
Dec. 11, 1939 Earl Johnson LL St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
KO
Dec. 4, 1939 Tony Cardinal LLDW St. Nicholas Arena, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 14, 1939 Danny Mason DWLLWL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
KO
Nov. 1, 1939 Ettore Penn WWDDWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
KO
Oct. 20, 1939 Frank Velez LLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
Oct. 3, 1939 Larry Esposito LWLLLW New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Corner retirement
Sept. 12, 1939 Frank Velez LLLLLL New York Coliseum, Bronx WIN
Points
Sept. 5, 1939 Corky Dulgarian WWLWL Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens WIN
Points
Aug. 15, 1939 Jimmy McDonough Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens WIN
Points
July 25, 1939 Gilberto Ramirez Vasquez Queensboro Arena, Long Island City, Queens WIN
KO