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Walter Neusel boxer

Walter Neusel image
Status inactive
Age 56
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 1½″/187cm
Debut 1930-03-25
Born 1907-11-25
Death 1964-10-03
Nationality Germany
Residence Wanne-Eickel, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
bouts
90
won
68
lost
13
draw
9
bouts
90
won
68
lost
13
draw
9
Status inactive
Age 56
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 1½″/187cm
Debut 1930-03-25
Born 1907-11-25
Death 1964-10-03
Nationality Germany
Residence Wanne-Eickel, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Walter Neusel (November 25, 1907 – October 3, 1964) was a German heavyweight boxer. During his career he held the distinction of being recognized as German Heavyweight Champion. Statistical boxing website BoxRec rates Neusel as the sixth best German boxer ever across all weight divisions.Neusel turned professional in 1930, racking up a 32–0–2 record before experiencing his first lost against Belgian pugilist Pierre Charles via points decision. During this period, Neusel scored wins over top European heavyweight contenders Gipsy Daniels (twice) and Larry Gains. In 1933, Neusel followed his contemporary Max Schmeling to America, where he became popular due to his aggressive style. In 1934, he defeated King Levinsky and the future Hall of Famer Tommy Loughran. These accomplishments earned him a ranking as one of the Ring Magazine's Top 10 heavyweights, setting up a bout with Schmeling for European supremacy.

Walter Neusel (November 25, 1907 – October 3, 1964) was a German heavyweight boxer. During his career he held the distinction of being recognized as German Heavyweight Champion. Statistical boxing website BoxRec rates Neusel as the sixth best German boxer ever across all weight divisions.Neusel turned professional in 1930, racking up a 32–0–2 record before experiencing his first lost against Belgian pugilist Pierre Charles via points decision. During this period, Neusel scored wins over top European heavyweight contenders Gipsy Daniels (twice) and Larry Gains. In 1933, Neusel followed his contemporary Max Schmeling to America, where he became popular due to his aggressive style. In 1934, he defeated King Levinsky and the future Hall of Famer Tommy Loughran. These accomplishments earned him a ranking as one of the Ring Magazine's Top 10 heavyweights, setting up a bout with Schmeling for European supremacy.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
March 18, 1950 Conny Rux WWLWWW Funkturmhalle, Westend LOSS
KO
Sept. 18, 1949 Hein Ten Hoff WWWWDW Reiterstadion, Düsseldorf Germany BDB Heavyweight

DRAW
Points
July 2, 1949 Hans Gerhard Tiedtke DLWLWL Radrennbahn, Bochum Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
June 5, 1949 Jean Kreitz WLWWWW Waldbuehne, Westend Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
KO
April 1, 1949 Wilson Kohlbrecher WLWLDW Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 24, 1948 Wilson Kohlbrecher DWWWLW Turuplatz, Düsseldorf Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 23, 1948 Max Schmeling WWLWWW Platz in Hamburg-Altona, Altona Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Oct. 15, 1947 Hein Ten Hoff WWWWWD HSV Platz Germany BDB Heavyweight

LOSS
KO
Aug. 10, 1947 Heinz Seidler WLWWDW Waldbuehne, Westend Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
KO
May 25, 1947 Hans Gerhard Tiedtke WWWW Weser Stadion Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 15, 1946 Erwin Klein LLDLWL Stadion Uhlenkrug, Essen Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 7, 1946 Kurt Jost DLWWLL Sportplatz Lahnstrasse, Wiesbaden Germany BDB Heavyweight

LOSS
DQ
Aug. 3, 1946 Hein Ten Hoff WWWWWW HSV Sportplatz Rothenbaum Germany BDB Heavyweight

LOSS
Points
July 7, 1946 Reinhold Balthasar WWLL Radrennbahn, Hannover Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 23, 1945 Richard Vogt WWWWWL HSV Sportplatz Rothenbaum DRAW
Points
Sept. 6, 1942 Adolf Heuser LDWWWD Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 27, 1942 Adolf Heuser LLDWWW Union Sportplatz Germany BDB Heavyweight

DRAW
Points
May 3, 1942 Olle Tandberg WWWWWD Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg WIN
Points
Feb. 7, 1942 Rienus De Boer WWWLWL Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris LOSS
Corner retirement
Nov. 30, 1941 Heinz Seidler LDWWWL Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg WIN
KO
Oct. 26, 1941 Heinz Lazek DWWWWD Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg Germany BDB Heavyweight

LOSS
Points
Oct. 16, 1941 Jakob Schoenrath LLLDDL Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris WIN
Technical knockout
April 27, 1941 Arno Koelblin WLLWWW Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg WIN
Points
Jan. 26, 1941 Adolf Heuser LWWWL Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 3, 1940 Heinz Lazek WLWDWW Sportpalast, Schoeneberg Germany BDB Heavyweight

LOSS
Points
Sept. 22, 1940 Kurt Haymann LWWWLL Jahrhunderthalle, Wroclaw WIN
Technical knockout
June 22, 1940 Arno Koelblin WWWWWL Eisstadion, Friedrichshain Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Jan. 27, 1940 Paul Wallner WWDDWW Sportpalast, Schoeneberg Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
March 11, 1939 Al Delaney WWWWWL Festhalle, Frankfurt WIN
Points
Feb. 12, 1939 Sante De Leo WLWDWL Arena Westfalenhalle, Dortmund DRAW
Points
Nov. 11, 1938 Arno Koelblin WWLLWL Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg Germany BDB Heavyweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 16, 1938 Heinz Lazek WDWWLW Ice Rink, Vienna EBU European Heavyweight

LOSS
Points
July 16, 1938 Heinz Lazek WWWDWW Schwebenhalle, Stuttgart EBU European Heavyweight

WIN
Points
April 16, 1938 Ben Foord WWLLLL Hanseatenhalle WIN
DQ
Oct. 19, 1937 Maurice Strickland WDDWWW Wembley Stadium, Wembley WIN
Points
June 15, 1937 Tommy Farr DWWWWW Harringay Arena, Harringay LOSS
KO
Feb. 1, 1937 Jack Petersen WLLWWL Harringay Arena, Harringay WIN
Corner retirement
Nov. 18, 1936 Ben Foord WWWWWW Harringay Arena, Harringay WIN
Points
Nov. 1, 1935 Primo Carnera LWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Technical knockout
June 25, 1935 Jack Petersen WWWWWL Wembley Stadium, Wembley WIN
Corner retirement
Feb. 4, 1935 Jack Petersen WWWWWW Wembley Arena, Wembley WIN
Corner retirement
Nov. 26, 1934 Len Harvey WWWWWL Wembley Arena, Wembley DRAW
Points
Aug. 26, 1934 Max Schmeling WLWLLD Sandbahn Lokstedt LOSS
Technical knockout
May 4, 1934 Tommy Loughran WWLWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Split-decision
March 9, 1934 King Levinsky LWWWWW Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Majority decision
Jan. 20, 1934 Natie Brown LLLDLL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn DRAW
Points
Dec. 29, 1933 Ray Impelletiere WWWWWL Madison Square Garden, New York WIN
Points
Nov. 21, 1933 Stanley Poreda WWWLWL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
KO
Nov. 4, 1933 Les Kennedy LLLLLL Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 21, 1933 Harry Crossley WLWWWW Rugby Ground, Leicester WIN
Points
June 25, 1933 Jack Pettifer WDLWLW Speedway Stadium, Lea Bridge WIN
KO
May 29, 1933 Don McCorkindale WWLDWW Royal Albert Hall, Kensington LOSS
DQ
May 17, 1933 Maurice Griselle LLWWLL Salle Wagram, Paris WIN
Technical knockout
March 13, 1933 Don McCorkindale WLWWWL Royal Albert Hall, Kensington DRAW
Points
Feb. 11, 1933 Pierre Charles LWWWWW Palais du Cinquantenaire, Brussels LOSS
Points
Jan. 23, 1933 George Cook WLWWLW Royal Albert Hall, Kensington WIN
Points
Jan. 9, 1933 Reggie Meen LLLLWW Granby Halls, Leicester WIN
KO
Dec. 9, 1932 Hans Schoenrath LLLLD Sportpalast WIN
Corner retirement
Nov. 26, 1932 Gipsy Daniels LLWWLW Festhalle, Frankfurt WIN
Points
Oct. 17, 1932 Larry Gains WWDWWW Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 3, 1932 Giuseppe Sanga LLLWLW Deauville WIN
KO
June 29, 1932 Marcel Moret WWLWLW Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
KO
May 30, 1932 Willie Snowy Unwin WWWWWW White City Stadium, White City WIN
Points
May 4, 1932 Guardsman George Gater LWWWLD Salle Wagram, Paris WIN
KO
April 27, 1932 Eddie Steele WWWWDW Royal Albert Hall, Kensington WIN
Points
April 18, 1932 Maurice Forgeon WWWWLW Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
KO
April 7, 1932 Gunner Mick Bennett WLWDLD Royal Albert Hall, Kensington WIN
KO
March 23, 1932 Bobby Shields WLLWLL Royal Albert Hall, Kensington WIN
KO
Feb. 29, 1932 Soren Petersen WWWWLL Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
KO
Feb. 22, 1932 Paul Hams WLWWWD Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
KO
Feb. 8, 1932 Rafaele Siciliano LLLWLL Palais des Sports, Paris WIN
KO
Feb. 3, 1932 Dorando Rivara WLWWLW Salle Wagram, Paris WIN
KO
Nov. 13, 1931 Michel Maurer WWLLWL WIN
KO
Oct. 8, 1931 Hans Schoenrath LWLWLD Sportpalast, Schoeneberg DRAW
Points
Sept. 4, 1931 Maurice Griselle WWWDLL Union Sportplatz WIN
Points
July 31, 1931 Gipsy Daniels WLWWDL Sportplatz Allee Altona, Altona WIN
Points
June 5, 1931 Georges Gardebois DLLWL Sportpalast, Schoeneberg WIN
Corner retirement
April 30, 1931 Egon Stief LLDDLW Zirkus Busch, Mitte WIN
Points
March 13, 1931 Theo Sas LWLDW Stadthalle, Magdeburg WIN
KO
Feb. 17, 1931 Rudi Wagener LLLLWW Sportpalast, Schoeneberg WIN
Points
Jan. 17, 1931 Hein Uffelmann LLLLWL Zoo, Leipzig WIN
KO
Dec. 26, 1930 Lucien Delleau WWLWWW Schützenhof, Bochum WIN
KO
Dec. 2, 1930 Josef Hampacher WWDWLL Zirkus Krone, Munich WIN
Points
Nov. 9, 1930 Emil Scholz DWWWLW Westfalenhalle, Dortmund WIN
Points
Oct. 12, 1930 Hans Schemann LLWWWW Arena Westfalenhalle, Dortmund WIN
KO
Sept. 19, 1930 Josef Hampacher WDWWWW Spichernsaele DRAW
Points
July 27, 1930 Hans Bischoff LLLLLL Lunapark WIN
Points
July 4, 1930 Albert Nokin WLLLD Bockbrauerei WIN
Technical knockout
May 30, 1930 Karl Walter LWWDWL Bockbrauerei WIN
Points
March 25, 1930 Ludwig Bach WDDLWW Rheinlandhalle, Cologne WIN
Points