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    Not seen Camacho v Rosario but heard Macho Man was very defensive in his career after getting hurt in that fight.
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    June 14th.

    Fight of the day

    1966-Walter McGovern vs Salvatore Burruni for flyweight crown



    1934: Max Baer KO 11 Primo Carnera, Long Island. Wins World Heavyweight Title. Depending on the source Carnera went down somewhere between 10 and 15 times.
    -James J. Braddock KO 3 Corn Griffin.

    1966: Walter McGowan W 15 Salvatore Burruni. Wins World Flyweight Title.

    1977: Carlos Palomino KO 11 Davey Green. Retains World Welterweight Title.

    1986: Myung Woo Yuh KO 12 Tomohiro Kiyuna. Retains WBA Junior Flyweight Title.

    1991: Edwin Rosario KO 3 Loreto Garza. Wins WBA Super Lightweight Title.
    -Daniel Zaragoza W 12 Kiyoshi Hatanaka. Wins WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1997: Oscar DeLaHoya KO 2 David Kamau. Retains WBC Welterweight Title.
    -Genaro Hernandez W 12 Anatoly Alexandrov. Retains WBC Super Featherweight Title.
    -Gerry Penalosa KO 9 Seung Koo Lee. Retains WBC Super Flyweight Title.

    2003: Sven Ottke W 12 Davis Starie. Retains WBA/IBF Super Middleweight Title.

    2008: Edgar Sosa KO 8 Takashi Kunishige. Retains WBC Junior Flyweight Title.
    -Raul Garcia W 12 Florante Condes, La Paz, Mexico. Wins IBF Strawweight Title.
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    June 15th

    Fight of the day

    1991-Robert Quiroga vs Akeem Anifowoshi

    A FOTY candidate but sadly Akeem 22 started vomiting blood shortly after the verdict and was rushed to hospital where had the pressure relieved from his brain. He would never fight again and died in his shower at home in Nigeria three years later.
    -Quiroga would never be the same either and lost his finishing instinct. He to had a sad end being stabbed to death outside a bar in 2004.




    1914: Jack Dillon W 12 Bob Moha, Butte, MT. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    1957: Raul Macias KO 11 Dommy Ursua. Retains NBA Bantamweight Title.

    1960: Carlos Ortiz W 15 Duilio Loi. Retains World Super Lightweight Title.
    -Loi arguably won this fight and he won the next two against Ortiz. He only lost 3 fights in 126 contests. One at the start of his career and one prior to retirement along with the disputed first fight with Ortiz.

    1963: Eddie Perkins W 15 Roberto Cruz,. Wins World Super Lightweight Title.

    1967: Yoshiaki Numata W 15 Flash Elorde. Wins World Super Featherweight Title.

    1977: Miguel Canto W 15 Kimio Furesawa. Retains WBC Flyweight Title.

    1983: Jaime Garza KO 2 Bobby Berna,. Wins vacant WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1984: Thomas Hearns KO 2 Roberto Duran. Retains World Super Welterweight Title. One day shy of his 33rd birthday Hearns came close to removing his head and offering it to him as a present.

    1985: Pinklon Thomas KO 8 Mike Weaver. Retains WBC Heavyweight Title.

    1991: Yung Kyun Park KO 6 Masuaki Takedal. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.
    -Welcome Ncita W 12 Hurley Snead. Retains IBF Super Bantamweight Title.
    -Robert Quiroga W 12 Akeem Anifowoshe, San Antonio. Retains IBF Super Flyweight Title.

    1992: Hiroki Ioka W 12 Bong Jun Kim. Retains WBA Junior Flyweight Title.

    1996: Roy Jones Jr. KO 11 Eric Lucas,. Retains IBF Super Middleweight Title. Jones played a game of semi-pro basketball the afternoon of the fight.
    -Rosendo Alvarez W 12 Eric Chavez. Retains WBA Strawweight Title.
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    Quiroga vs Anifowoshi was a memorable war both showed amazing heart and courage.
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    June 16th.

    Fight pick of the day

    1983- Roberto Duran vs Davey Moore




    1919: Benny Leonard ND 10 Johnny Dundee.

    1932: Lou Ambers KO 2 Frankie Curry. Ambers pro debut. Boxrec says June 6

    1941: Lou Salica W 15 Tommy Forte. Retains World Bantamweight Title.

    1949: Jake LaMotta KO 10 Marcel Cerdan. Wins World Middleweight Title.

    1951: Flash Elorde KO 4 Kid Gonzaga.

    1979: Ernesto Espana KO 13 Claude Noel. Wins vacant WBA Lightweight Title.
    -Wilfredo Gomez KO 5 Jesus Hernandez. Retains WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1983: Roberto Duran KO 8 Davey Moore. Wins WBA Super Welterweight Title.

    1995: Fabrice Tiozzo W 12 Mike McCallum. Wins WBC Light Heavyweight Title.
    -Carl Daniels W 12 Julio Cesar Green, Wins vacant WBA Super Welterweight Title.
    -Frankie Randall W 12 Jose Barboza,. Retains WBA Super Lightweight Title.

    2000: Yosam Choi KO 5 Chart Kiatpetch. Retains WBC Junior Flyweight Title.
    -Sergio Martinez KO 4 Adrian Walter .
    -Hector Camacho TKO 5 Tim Bryan.

    2001: Jose Luis Castillo KO 1 Sungho Yuh. Retains WBC Lightweight Title.
    -Tim Austin KO 6 Steve Dotse Retains IBF Bantamweight Title.
    -Felix Machado W 12 Mauricio Pastrana. Retains IBF Super Flyweight Title.

    2007: Paulie Malinaggi W 12 Lovemore N’dou. Wins IBF Super Lightweight Title.

    2007-Firat Arslan SD 12 Valery Brudov.

    2012-Julio Cesar Chavez Jr TKO 7 Andy Lee. Jr. Retains the WBC middleweight title.

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    Duran was a legend
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    June 17th

    Fight pick for today

    1979 Fight of the Year. Danny LittleRed Lopez vs Mike Ayala. An interesting side note to this fight is that afterward Ayala later claims to have shot heroin after the morning weigh in.




    1894: Joe Choynski D 5 Bob Fitzsimmons,.

    1926: Tommy Loughran W 10 Georges Carpentier.

    1954: Rocky Marciano W 15 Ezzard Charles. Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    1963: Ralph Dupas W 15 Denny Moyer. Retains World Super Welterweight Title.

    1972: Carlos Monzon KO 13 Jean-Claude Bouttier. Retains World Middleweight Title.
    -Alfonzo Frazer KO 5 Al Ford. Retains World Super Lightweight Title.

    1977: Saensak Muangsurin W 15 Perico Fernandez. Retains WBC Super Lightweight Title.

    1978: Mate Parlov W 15 John Conteh. Retains WBC Light Heavyweight Title.

    1979: Danny Lopez KO 15 Mike Ayala. Retains WBC Featherweight Title.

    1995: Riddick Bowe KO 6 Jorge Luis Gonzalez,.

    2000: Sugar Shane Mosley W 12 Oscar De La Hoya. Wins WBC Welterweight Title.
    -Jose Luis Castillo W 12 Steve Johnston. Wins WBC Lightweight Title.
    -Diego Corrales KO 10 Justin Juuko. Retains IBF Super Featherweight Title.

    2005: Leavander Johnson KO 7 Stefano Zoff. Wins vacant IBF Lightweight Title.

    2006: Jermain Taylor Draw 12 Winky Wright. Retains World Middleweight Title.
    -Anselmo Moreno KO 8 Lorenzo Parra. Retains WBA Bantamweight Title.

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    June 18th

    Fight of the day

    1963: Cassius Clay KO 5 Henry Cooper. Lots of urban legend surrounds this fight even going as far to say that Angelo tore a glove in order to get extra time in the corner for Ali to recoup. Its even been suggested that Ali's one minute rest time was delayed for “several minutes.” Sir Henry caught him good but that simply didn’t happen.




    1923: Pancho Villa KO 7 Jimmy Wilde. Wins World Flyweight Title. A little bias disease if I may. Mr Wilde could have had as many as 500 fights by then and had 140 or so officially registered. Jimmy was stopped 3 times in 140+ fights. Two were his last two and the other way back and in the 17th round.

    1929: Panama Al Brown W 15 Gregorio Vidal. Wins vacant World Bantamweight Title. Brown would go on to own the title for another 6 years. He was also gay.

    1934: Jackie Brown D 15 Valentin Angelmann. Retains NBA Flyweight Title.

    1941: Joe Louis KO 13 Billy Conn. Retains World Heavyweight Title. Billy fell asleep at the wheel and while being up on the cards he all of a sudden went for the ko and got ko'd himself.

    1958: Yama Bahama W 10 Kid Gavilan. The Kid would retire after this fight and today remains one of the best Cuban fighters that ever lived. Probably rolling in his grave at today’s crop of overall underachievers.

    1963: Cassius Clay KO 5 Henry Cooper.

    1965: Nino Benvenuti KO 6 Sandro Mazzinghi. Wins World Super Welterweight Title.

    1976: Eckhard Dagge KO 10 Elisha Obed. Wins WBC Super Welterweight Title.

    1977: Victor Galindez W 15 Richie Kates. Retains WBA Light Heavyweight Title.

    1989: Tony Lopez KO 8 Tyrone Jackson. Retains IBF Super Featherweight Title.

    2005: Antonio Tarver W 12 Glen Johnson. Regains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    2008: Oleydong Sithsamerchai KO 9 Junichi Ebisuoka. Retains WBC Strawweight Title.

    2011: Saul Alvarez KO 12 Ryan Rhodes. Retains WBC Super Welterweight Title.
    -Adrien Broner KO 1 Jason Litzau.

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    Very interesting. Thanks for putting this together and keeping it going. Must take a fair minute of your time.

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    June 19th

    Fight of the day

    2009: Jean Pascal vs Adrian Diaconu for WBC crown.







    1909: Monte Attell KO 18 Frankie Neil. Wins vacant World Bantamweight Title.

    1919: Tommy Gibbons ND 10 Billy Miske. Referee: George Barton

    1936: Max Schmeling KO 12 Joe Louis. Joe was 27 and 0 with 23 ko's when this happened.

    1942: Albert Wright KO 10 Harry Jeffra. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1943: Jackie Peterson KO 1 Peter Kane. Wins World Flyweight Title.

    1946: Joe Louis KO 8 Billy Conn. Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    1957: Joe Brown KO 15 Orlando Zulueta. Retains World Lightweight Title.

    1973: Kuniaki Shibata W 15 Victor Echegaray. Retains WBA Super Featherweight Title.

    1976: Alexis Arguello KO 3 Salvatore Torres. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.

    1992: Evander Holyfield W 12 Larry Holmes Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    1993: Terry Norris KO 3 Troy Waters. Retains WBC Super Welterweight Title.
    -Felix Trinidad KO 2 Maurice Blocker. Wins IBF Welterweight Title.
    -Orlando Canizales NC 3 Derrick Whiteboy. Retains IBF Bantamweight Title.

    2009: Jean Pascal W 12 Adrian Diaconu. Wins WBC Light Heavyweight Title.

    2010: Andre Ward W 12 Allan Green. Retains WBA Super Middleweight Title.
    -Omar Nino W 12 Rodel Mayol. Wins WBC Junior Flyweight Title.

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    June 20th

    2 fights of the day

    1980: Roberto Duran vs Sugar Ray Leonard 1. Either man could have got that one on the cards



    1981: Alexis Arguello vs Jim Watt



    1902: Jack Johnson Draw 20 Hank Griffin.

    1924: Steve Sullivan W 10 Johnny Dundee. Wins World Super Featherweight Title.

    1940: Joe Louis KO 8 Arturo Godoy. Retains World Heavyweight Title. These two fought about 4 months earlier and the Chilean demon crowded and disrupted Louis all night losing a narrow decision.

    1960: Floyd Patterson KO 5 Ingemar Johansson. Becomes the first man to regain the World Heavyweight Title.

    1966: Carlos Ortiz KO 12 Johnny Bizarro. Retains World Lightweight Title.

    1972: Masao Ohba KO 5 Orland Amores. Retains WBA Flyweight Title.

    1975: Ruben Olivares KO 2 Bobby Chacon.Wins WBC Featherweight Title. Chacon had to lose close to 8 pounds in 2 days.

    1979: Masashi Kudo KO 12 Manuel R. Gonzalez. Retains WBA Super Welterweight Title.

    1980: Roberto Duran W 15 Sugar Ray Leonard. Wins World Welterweight Title..

    1981: Alexis Arguello W 15 Jim Watt. Wins WBC Lightweight Title.

    2009: Wladimir Klitschko KO 10 Ruslan Chagaev. Wins vacant World Heavyweight Title.
    -Gabriel Campillo W 12 Hugo Garay. Wins WBA Light Heavyweight Title.

    -Edgar Sosa KO 5 Carlos Melo. Retains WBC Light Flyweight Title.

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    June 21st

    Fight of the day

    1980: Salvador Sanchez vs Danny (Little Red) Lopez



    1915: Jack Britton W 12 Mike Glover. Wins World Welterweight Title.

    1928: Mickey Walker W 10 Ace Hudkins. Retains World Middleweight Title.
    -Sammy Mandell W 15 Jimmy McLarnin. Retains World Lightweight Title.

    1932: Jack Sharkey W 15 Max Schmeling. Wins World Heavyweight Title. Controversial decision.

    1940: Henry Armstrong KO 3 Paul Junior. Retains World Welterweight Title.

    1949: Ezzard Charles W 15 Jersey Joe Walcott. Wins vacant World Heavyweight Title.

    1955: Archie Moore KO 3 Carl Olson. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    1980: Salvador Sanchez KO 14 Danny (Little Red) Lopez. Retains WBC Featherweight Title.

    1997: Uriah Grant W 12 Adolpho. Wins IBF Cruiserweight Title.
    -Charles Brewer KO 5 Gary Ballard. Wins vacant IBF Super Middleweight Title.
    -Nana Konadu KO 7 Daorung C. Siriwat. Regains WBA Bantamweight Title.

    2003: Lennox Lewis KO 6 Vitali Klitschko. Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    2008: Arthur Abraham KO 4 Edison Miranda. Non-title fight.
    -Mikkel Kessler KO 12 Dimitri Sartison. Wins vacant WBA Super Middleweight Title.
    -Andre Berto KO 7 Miguel Angel Rodriguez. Wins vacant WBC Welterweight Title.

    2013: Krzysztof Wlodarczyk KO 8 Rakim Chakhkiev Retains WBC Cruiserweight Title.

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    This day in boxing history I lost an amateur bout for the first time. I was 14. I remember the winner got a gold medal and I got a silver. I recall saying "Thanks, does the ref get a bronze?"
    Guess I was a smartass even then.

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    June 22

    Fight of the day


    2002: Marco Antonio Barrera W 12 Erik Morales



    1937: Joe Louis KO 8 James J. Braddock, Chicago. Wins World Heavyweight Title.

    1938: Joe Louis KO 1 Max Schmeling, NYC. Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    1942: Jimmy Bivins W 12 Joey Maxim, Cleveland.

    1976: Carlos Palomino KO 12 John H. Stracey, Wembley. Wins World Welterweight Title.

    1979: Larry Holmes KO 12 Mike Weaver, NYC. Retains WBC Heavyweight Title.
    -Roberto Duran W 10 Carlos Palomino, NYC.

    1985: Sot Chitalada D 12 Gabriel Bernal, Bangkok. Retains WBC Flyweight Title.

    1986: Azumah Nelson KO 10 Danilio Cabrera, San Juan. Retains WBC Featherweight Title.

    1989: Daniel Zaragoza W 12 Paul Banke, Inglewood. Retains WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1996: Michael Moorer W 12 Axel Schulz, Dortmund, Germany. Regains the vacant IBF Heavyweight
    -Hector Camacho W 12 Roberto Duran, Atlantic City. Bit of a jobbing.

    2002: Marco Antonio Barrera W 12 Erik Morales, Las Vegas. Retains World Featherweight Title.
    I've always called this the even Steven fight. Imo Mab won the first fight and missed out and in this one the reverse.

    2007: Juan Carlos Reveco KO 8 Nethra Sasipara, Mendoza, Argentina. Wins vacant WBA Junior Flyweight Title.
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    June 23

    Fight of the day

    2001: Oscar De La Hoya W 12 Francisco Castillejo


    1900: Terry McGovern W 6 George Dixon, Chicago.

    1902: Joe Walcott (The Barbados Demon) W 15 Tommy West, London. Retains World Welterweight Title.

    1904: Abe Attell W 15 Johnny Reagan, St. Louis. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1919: Harry Greb ND Mike Gibbons, Pittsburgh.

    1933: Barney Ross W 10 Tony Canzoneri, Chicago. Wins both World Super Lightweight and World Lightweight Titles.

    1947: Jersey Joe Walcott W 10 Joey Maxim, Los Angeles.

    1962: Harold Johnson W 15 Gustav Scholz, Berlin. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.
    -Flash Elorde W 15 Auburn Copeland, Manila. Retains World Super Featherweight Title.

    1969: Joe Frazier KO 7 Jerry Quarry, NYC. Retains New York World Heavyweight Title.

    1973: Jose Napoles W 15 Roger Menetrey, Grenoble. Retains World Welterweight Title.

    1979: Ricardo Cardona W 15 Soon Hyun Chung, Seoul. Retains WBA Super Bantamweight Title.

    1983: Jiro Watanabe W 15 Roberto Ramirez, Sendai, Japan. Retains WBA Super Flyweight Title.

    1986: Thomas Hearns KO 8 Mark Medal, Las Vegas. Retains World Super Welterweight Title.
    -Steve Cruz W 15 Barry McGuigan, Las Vegas. Wins WBA Featherweight Title. Very close fight but the two kd's in the 15th did poor Barry in.

    1988: Antonio Esparragoza D 12 Marcos Villasana, Los Angeles. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.

    1992: Tracy Patterson KO 2 Thierry Jacob, Albany, NY. Wins WBC Super Bantamweight Title.
    Yuri Arbachakov KO 8 Muangchai Kittikasem, Tokyo. Wins WBC Flyweight Title.

    1993: Juan Coggi KO 5 Hiroyuki Yoshino, Tokyo. Retains WBA Super Lightweight Title.

    2000: Guty Espadas W 12 Wethya Sakmuangklang, Merida, Mexico. Retains WBC Featherweight Title.

    2001: Oscar De La Hoya W 12 Francisco Castillejo, Las Vegas. Wins WBC Super Welterweight Title.
    -Kostya Tszyu W 12 Oktay Urkal, Uncasville, CT. Retains WBC/WBA Super Lightweight Title.
    -Zab Judah KO 3 Allan Vester, Uncasville, CT. Retains IBF Super Lightweight Title.
    -Manny Pacquiao KO 6 Lehlo Ledwaba, Las Vegas. Wins IBF Super Bantamweight Title.

    2003: Masamori Tokuyama W 12 Katsushige Kawashima, Yokohama, Japan. Retains WBC Super Flyweight Title.
    -Jose Antonio Aguirre KO 12 Keitaro Hoshino, Yokohama, Japan. Retains WBC Strawweight Title.

    2007: Ricky Hatton KO 4 Jose Luis Castillo, Las Vegas. Retains World Super Lightweight Title.

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