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    Matthew Saad Muhammad vs John Conteh was a hard and tough fight, both were very good fighters. Not seen that fight before but read about it. John got beat in the return far easier.
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    August 19

    Fight of the day

    1990: Maurice Blocker vs Marlon Starling





    1900: Abe Attell KO 2 Kid Lennett, San Francisco. Attell’s pro debut.

    1926: Tiger Flowers W 15 Harry Greb, NYC. Retains World Middleweight Title.

    1944: Carl Olson KO 2 Bob Correa, Honolulu. Olson’s pro debut.

    1959: Davey Moore KO 11 Hogan Bassey, Los Angeles. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1961: Eder Jofre KO 7 Ramon Arias, Caracas. Retains NBA Bantamweight Title.
    -Carlos Monzon KO 5 Tom Boggs, Copenhagen. Retains World Middleweight Title.
    -Ernesto Marcel W 15 Antonio Gomez, Maracay. Wins WBA Featherweight Title.

    1990: Maurice Blocker W 12 Marlon Starling, Reno. Wins World Welterweight Title.

    1995: Mike Tyson KO 1 (the official result was a DQ) Peter McNeeley.
    -Bruce Seldon KO 10 Joe Hipp, Las Vegas. Retains WBA Heavyweight Title.
    -Dariusz Michalczewski KO 5 Everardo Armenta, Dusseldorf, Germany.
    -Quincy Taylor KO 6 Julian Jackson, Las Vegas. Wins WBC Middleweight Title.
    - Terry Norris KO 2 Luis Santana, Las Vegas. Wins WBC Super Welterweight Title
    -Miguel Angel Gonzalez W 12 Lamar Murphy, Las Vegas. Retains WBC Lightweight Title.
    -Philip Holiday KO 11 Miguel Julio, Sun City, Bophuthatswana. Wins vacant IBF Lightweight Title.

    2000: Prince Naseem Hamed KO 4 Augie Sanchez, Mashantuckett, Mass. Retains World Featherweight Title.
    -Antonio Diaz W 12 Mickey Ward, Mashantuckett, Mass.

    2007: Chris John KO 9 Zaiki Takemoto, Kobe, Japan. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.

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    August 20

    Fight of the day
    1977:Bobby Chacon vs Ruben Olivares 3


    1931: Jimmy McLarnin W 10 Billy Petrolle, NYC.

    1952: Billy Graham W 10 Carmen Basilio, Chicago.

    1954: Carl Olson W 15 Rocky Castellani, San Francisco. Retains World Middleweight Title.

    1977: Saensak Muangsurin KO 6 Mike Everett, Roi-et, Thailand. Retains WBC Super Lightweight Title.
    -Bobby Chacon W 10 Ruben Olivares, Inglewood.

    1989: Pernell Whitaker W 12 Jose Luis Ramirez, Norfolk. Retains IBF and wins
    the vacant WBC Lightweight Title.

    1994: Vuyani Bungu W 12 Kennedy McKinney, Hammanskraal, South Africa. Wins IBF Super Bantamweight Title.

    1996: Vuyani Bungu W 12 Jesus Salud, Hammanskraal, South Africa. Retains IBF Super Bantamweight Title.

    1999: Paul Spadafora W 12 Israel Cardona, Chester, WV. Wins vacant IBF Lightweight Title.

    2000: Malcolm Tunacao D 12 Celes Kobayashi, Tokyo. Retains WBC Flyweight Title.
    -Joma Gamboa W 12 Noel Arambulet, Tokyo. Wins WBA Strawweight Title.

    Referee Mitch Halpern, 33, is found dead in his home in Las Vegas, the victim of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. I announce deaths and births sparingly but this guy was a gem of a ref

    2005: Roberto Vasquez KO 4 Jose Antonio Aguirre, Panama City, Panama. Retains WBA Junior Flyweight Title.
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    August 21

    Fight of the day

    1994: Julio Cesar Vasquez vs Winky Wright


    1910: Abe Attell KO 3 Eddie Marino, Calgary. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1915: Joe Lynch ND 10 Jack Wagner, NYC. Lynch’s pro debut.

    1924: Harry Greb ND 10 Tiger Flowers, Fremont, OH. Non-title fight.

    1929: Willie LaMorte W 15 Corp. Izzy Schwartz, Newark, NJ. Wins New York World Flyweight Title.

    1947: Willie Pep KO 12 Jock Leslie, Flint, Mich. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1951: Joey Maxim W 15 Bob Murphy, NYC. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    1957: Floyd Patterson KO 6 Pete Rademacher, Seattle. Retains World Heavyweight Title.
    Rademacher, a 1956 Melbourne Olympic Gold Medalist, is making history by fighting for the title in his pro debut.

    1971: Vicente Rondon W 15 Eddie Jones, Caracas. Retains WBA Light Heavyweight Title.

    1973: Bob Foster W 15 Pierre Fourie, Albuquerque. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    1977: Luis Estaba KO 11 Juan Alvarez, Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela. Retains WBC Junior Flyweight Title.

    1981: Salvador Sanchez KO 8 Wilfredo Gomez, Las Vegas. Retains WBC Featherweight Title. T

    1985: Lonnie Smith KO 8 Billy Costello, NYC. Wins WBC Super Lightweight Title.

    1987: Julio Cesar Chavez W 12 Danilio Cabrera, Tijuana. Retains WBC Super Featherweight Title.

    1988: Jose Sanabria W 12 Vincenzo Belcastro, Capo D’ Orlando, Italy. Retains IBF Super Bantamweight Title.

    1993: Julio Cesar Vasquez W 12 Aaron Davis, Monte Carlo. Retains WBA Super Welterweight Title.
    -Julio Cesar Borboa KO 3 Carlos Mercardo, Kalispell, MT. Retains IBF Super Flyweight Title.

    1994: Julio Cesar Vasquez W 12 Winky Wright, St-Jean-de-Luz, France. Retains WBA Super Welterweight Title.

    1996: Laurent Boudouani KO 5 Julio Cesar Vasquez, Le Cannet, France. Wins WBA Super Welterweight Title.

    1999: Kostya Tszyu KO 10 Miguel Angel Gonzalez, Miami, FL. Wins vacant WBC Super Lightweight Title.

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    How was Floyd Patterson allowed to defend against a fighter fighting his first professional fight is beyond me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    How was Floyd Patterson allowed to defend against a fighter fighting his first professional fight is beyond me.
    Highly touted, kind of say the Lomachenko of his day and he spouted off a lot in the press and of course the "great white hope" aspect was played.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamInuit View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    How was Floyd Patterson allowed to defend against a fighter fighting his first professional fight is beyond me.
    Highly touted, kind of say the Lomachenko of his day and he spouted off a lot in the press and of course the "great white hope" aspect was played.
    Even lomachenko had one fight first. I think Cus was trying to avoid Sonny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by IamInuit View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    How was Floyd Patterson allowed to defend against a fighter fighting his first professional fight is beyond me.
    Highly touted, kind of say the Lomachenko of his day and he spouted off a lot in the press and of course the "great white hope" aspect was played.
    Even lomachenko had one fight first. I think Cus was trying to avoid Sonny.
    Not in 57 my friend. Sonny was just starting out essentially and would not have been on the radar. I bet had Savon or Stevenson turned pro they may have gotten a title shot out of the gate. Its also important to note that there was only one title and he had just won Gold the previous year. Btw he's listed as the only fighter to get a title shot in his pro debut but there have been a couple more.

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    August 22

    Fight of the day also a (FOTY)

    1998: Ivan Robinson vs Arturo Gatti



    1922: Frankie Genaro W 10 Pancho Villa, Brooklyn.

    1925: Fidel LaBarba W 10 Frankie Genaro, Los Angeles.

    1933: Boxing’s first televised fight, an exhibition between Archie Sexton and Laurie Raiteri, is broadcast in London.

    1939: Lou Ambers W 15 Henry Armstrong, Bronx, NY. Regains World Lightweight Title. Armstrong was penalized in 5 different rounds for going to the junk.

    1945: Jimmy Bivins KO 6 Archie Moore, Cleveland. Archie was dropped 3 times in round two and was counted out but nailed with a shot while on the canvas. He got a rest and was awarded the round but he was dropped twice again in the fifth and once more for the count in the sixth.

    1966: L.C. Morgan KO 4 Jose Napoles, Reynosa, MX. Yet another major upset on this day.

    1969: Ruben Olivares KO 5 Lionel Rose, Inglewood. Wins World Bantamweight Title.

    1980: Wilfredo Gomez KO 5 Derrick Holmes, Las Vegas. Retains WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1987: Marlon Starling KO 11 Mark Breland, Columbia, SC. Wins WBA Welterweight Title.

    1992: John-John Molina KO 4 Fernando Caiceda, Bayamon, PR. Retains IBF Super Featherweight Title.
    -Ricardo Lopez KO 5 Singprasert Kittikasem, Ciudad Madero, MX. Retains WBC Strawweight Title.

    1995: Marco Antonio Barrera W 12 Agapito Sanchez, South Padre Island, TX.

    1998: Charles Brewer KO 3 Antoine Byrd, Leipzig, Germany. Retains IBF Super Middleweight Title.
    -Sven Ottke W 10 Wilhelmus Krijnen, Leipzig, Germany.
    -Harry Simon W 12 Winky Wright, Hammanskraal, South Africa.
    -Ivan Robinson W 10 Arturo Gatti, Atlantic City.

    2009: Robert Guerrero W 12 Malcolm Klassen, Houston, TX. Wins IBF Super Featherweight Title.
    -Raul Garcia W 12 Sammy Gutierrez, Los Cabos, Mexico. Retains IBF Mini Flyweight Title.

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    August 23

    Fight of the day
    1986: Barry Michael vs Najib Daho



    1920: Jack Britton D 12 Lou Bogash, Bridgeport, CT. Retains World Welterweight Title.

    1943: Bob Montgomery W 10 Fritzie Zivic, Philadelphia.

    1970: Hiroshi Kobayashi W 15 Antonio Amaya, Tokyo. Retains World Super Featherweight Title.

    1975: Miguel Canto KO 11 Jiro Takada, Merida. Retains WBC Flyweight Title.
    -Jaime Rios W 15 Rigoberto Marcano, Panama City. Wins newly created WBA Junior Flyweight Title.

    1985: Jeff Fenech KO 4 Satoshi Shingaki, Sydney. Retains IBF Bantamweight Title.

    1986: Mike McCallum KO 2 Julian Jackson, Miami Beach. Retains WBA Super Welterweight Title.
    -Barry Michael W 15 Najib Daho, Manchester. Retains IBF Super Featherweight Title.
    -Miguel Lora KO 6 Enrique Sanchez, Miami Beach. Retains WBC Bantamweight Title.

    1995: Ike Quartey KO 6 Andrew Murray, Le Cannet, France. Retains WBA Welterweight Title.

    1996: Vinny Pazienza KO 4 Dana Rosenblatt, Atlantic City.

    1997: Julio Cesar Green W 12 William Joppy, NYC. Wins WBA Middleweight Title.
    -Wilfredo Vasquez W 12 Roque Cassiani, NYC. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.
    -Jose Bonilla W 12 Evangelico Perez, Cumana, Venezuela. Retains WBA Flyweight Title.
    -Ricardo Lopez KO 5 Alex Sanchez, NYC. Retains WBC Strawweight Title.

    1998: Cesar Bazan W 12 Hiroyuki Sakamoto, Yokohama, Japan. Retains WBC Lightweight Title.
    -Joichiro Tatsuyoshi W Tech Dec. 6 Paulie Ayala, Yokohama, Japan. Retains WBC Bantamweight Title.

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    August 24

    Fight of the day
    1978: Marvin Hagler vs Bennie Briscoe



    1900: Bob Fitzsimmons KO 2 Tom Sharkey, Coney Island.

    1901: George Dixon D 10 Abe Attell, Denver.

    1908: Tommy Burns KO 13 Bill Squires, Sydney. Retains World Heavyweight Title.

    1922: Gene Tunney ND 8 Tommy Loughran, Philadelphia.

    1928: Billy Petrolle KO 5 Jackie Berg, Chicago.

    1931: Louis Kaplan W 10 Sammy Mandell, Hartford.

    1956: Joe Brown W 15 Wallace Smith, New Orleans. Wins World Lightweight Title.

    1966: Curtis Cokes W 15 Manuel Gonzalez, New Orleans. Wins vacant World Welterweight Title.

    1974: Ben Villaflor KO 2 Yasutsune Uehara, Honolulu. Retains WBA Super Featherweight Title.

    1978: Marvin Hagler W 10 Bennie Briscoe, Philadelphia.

    1986: Buster Drayton KO 10 Davey Moore, Juan les Pins, France. Retains IBF Super Welterweight Title.

    1991: Daniel Zaragoza W 12 Chun Huh, Seoul. Retains WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1992: Miguel Angel Gonzalez KO 10 Wilfrido Rocha, Mexico City. Wins vacant WBC Lightweight Title.

    1996: Yokthai Sithoar KO 8 Alimi Goitia, Kamphaeng, Thailand. Wins WBA Super Flyweight Title.
    -Danny Romero KO 2 Harold Grey, Albuquerque. Wins IBF Super Flyweight Title.

    2002: Sven Ottke KO 9 Joe Gatti, Leipzig, Germany. Retains IBF Super Middleweight Title.
    -Sirimongkol Singmanassak KO 2 Kengo Nagashima, Tokyo. Wins vacant WBC Super Featherweight Title.
    -Derrick Gainer Tech. Draw 2 Daniel Seda, Carolina, Puerto Rico. Retains WBA Featherweight Title.

    2005: Vic Darchinyan KO 5 Jair Jiminez, Sydney, Australia. Retains IBF Flyweight Title.

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    August 25

    Fight of the day

    2007: Ivan Calderon vs Hugo Cazares


    1931: Panama Al Brown W 15 Pete Sanstol, Montreal. Retains World Bantamweight Title.

    1950: Sugar Ray Robinson KO 1 Jose Basora, Scranton. Retains Pennsylvania World Middleweight Title.

    1979: Antonio Cervantes W 15 Kwang Min Kim, Seoul. Retains WBA Super Lightweight Title.

    1985: Elly Pical KO 3 Wayne Mulholland, Djakarta. Retains IBF Super Flyweight Title.

    2001: Yutaka Niida W 12 Chana Porpaoin, Yokohama, Japan. Wins WBA Strawweight Title.

    2007: Ivan Calderon W 12 Hugo Cazares, Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Wins World Junior Flyweight Title.
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    August 26

    Fight of the day

    1995: Pernell Whitaker vs Gary Jacobs


    1904: James J. Jeffries KO 2 Jack Munroe, San Francisco. Retains World Heavyweight Title. Jeffries retired after the fight at 18/0/2. I have never understood that move. He then comes out of 6 six retirement and gets shit kicked by Johnson.

    1935: Lou Salica W 15 Sixto Escobar, Bronx, NY. Wins NBA Bantamweight Title.

    1941: Gus Lesnevich W 15 Tami Mauriello, NYC. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title.

    1965: Luis Rodriguez W 10 Ruben (Hurricane) Carter, Los Angeles.

    1978: Antonio Cervantes KO 9 Norman Sekgapane, Mmbatho, Bophuthatswana. Retains WBA Super Lightweight Title.

    1983: Leonardo Cruz W 15 Cleo Garcia, Santa Domingo. Retains WBA Super Bantamweight Title.

    1989: Raul Perez KO 8 Cardenio Ulloa, Talcahueno, Chile. Retains WBC Bantamweight Title.

    1990: Humberto Gonzalez KO 8 Jorge Rivera, Cancun, MX. Retains WBC Junior Flyweight Title.

    1994: Hector Acero Sanchez W 12 Tracy Harris Patterson, Atlantic City. Wins WBC Super Bantamweight Title.

    1995: Pernell Whitaker W 12 Gary Jacobs, Atlantic City. Retains WBC Welterweight Title.

    1996: Yuri Arbachakov KO 9 Takato Toguchi, Tokyo. Retains WBC Flyweight Title.

    2000: Fernando Vargas KO 4 Ross Thompson, Las Vegas. Retains IBF Super Welterweight Title.

    Vernon Forrest NC 3 Raul Frank, Las Vegas. For vacant IBF Welterweight Title.

    2002: Masamori Tokuyama KO 6 Erik Lopez, Saitama, Japan. Retains WBC Super Flyweight Title.

    2005: O’Neil Bell KO 11 Sebastian Rothmann, Hollywood, Fla. Retains IBF Cruiserweight Title.

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    August 27

    Fight of the day
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    1894: Jack McAuliffe W 10 Young Griffo, Coney Island.

    1924: Paul Berllenbach D 6 Young Stribling, NYC.

    1925: Louis Kaplan D 15 Babe Herman, Waterbury, CT. Retains World Featherweight Title.

    1943: Sugar Ray Robinson W 10 Henry Armstrong, NYC.

    1951: Paddy DeMarco W 10 Sandy Saddler, Milwaukee. Non-title fight.

    1977: Samuel Serrano W 15 Apollo Yoshio, San Juan. Retains WBA Super Featherweight Title.

    1985: Mickey Ward KO 4 Greg Young, Lowell, MA. Ward’s pro debut.

    1994: Chris Eubank KO 7 Sam Storey, Cardiff, Wales.

    Jake Rodriguez KO 9 George Scott, Bushkill. Retains IBF Super Lightweight Title.

    2000: Masamori Tokuyama W 12 In Joo Cho, Osaka, Japan. Wins WBC Super Flyweight Title.
    Tokuyama becomes the first North Korean to win a world title.

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    August 28,

    Fight of the day


    1959: Gene Fullmer vs Carmen Basilio



    1922: Johnny Dundee W 15 Pepper Martin, NYC. Retains World Super Featherweight Title.

    1940: Fritzie Zivic W10 Sammy Angott, Pittsburgh.

    1946: Joey Maxim W 10 Jersey Joe Walcott, Camden, NJ.

    1948: Archie Moore W 10 Jimmy Bivins, Baltimore.

    1959: Gene Fullmer KO 14 Carmen Basilio, San Francisco. Wins vacant NBA Middleweight Title.

    1963: Dick Tiger KO 7 Gene Fullmer, Ibadan, Nigeria. Retains World Middleweight Title.

    1976: Carlos Zarate KO 12 Paul Ferreri, Inglewood. Retains WBC Bantamweight Title.

    1988: Myung Woo Yuh KO 6 Putt Ohyuthanakom, Pusan, South Korea. Retains WBA Junior Flyweight Title.

    1992: Maurice Blocker W 12 Luis Garcia, Atlantic City. Retains IBF Welterweight Title.

    1998: Bernard Hopkins no-contest 4 Robert Allen, Las Vegas. Retains IBF Middleweight Title. The ankle incident.
    -William Joppy KO 3 Roberto Duran, Las Vegas. Retains WBA Middleweight Title.

    1999: Dariusz Michalczewski KO 4 Montell Griffin, Bremen, Germany.
    -David Reid W 12 Keith Mullings, Las Vegas. Retains WBA Super Welterweight Title.

    2009: Tavoris Cloud W 12 Clinton Woods, Coconut Creek, Florida. Wins vacant IBF Light Heavyweight Title.
    -Juan Urango KO 11 Randall Bailey, Coconut Creek, Florida. Retains IBF Super Lightweight Title.

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