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Joe Calzaghe KO 1 Paul Hanlon, Cardiff, Wales. Calzaghe’s pro debut.

Sam Langford vs Joe Jeanette1914: Sam Langford ND 10 Joe Jeanette, NYC. Jeanette won the newspaper decision per the New York Times. ( Estos atletas se enfrentaron 14 veces siendo el resultado 8 victorias para  Langford 4 empates y 2 victorias para Jeanette)

1924: Mickey Walker KO 6 Bobby Barrett, Philadelphia. Retains World Welterweight Title.

1943: Manuel Ortiz KO 4 Leonardo López, Hollywood, CA. Retains World Bantamweight Title

1974: John Conteh W 15 Jorge Ahumada, London. Wins vacant WBC Light Heavyweight Title.

Shoji Oguma W 15 Betulio González, Tokyo. Wins WBC Flyweight Title.

Muhammad Ali KO 14 (Smokin’) Joe Frazier, Manila. Retiene World Heavyweight Title. Uno de los mejores combates en la historia del Boxeo. Hasta el asalto las tarjetas decían así 14, Ali ganaba 8-5-1, 8-2-4, 9-3-2

Nacimiento de Eric Morel.

World Flyweight Champion Eric Morel and his new hardware after his title fight. Photo by Joe koshollek
World Flyweight Champion Eric Morel and his new hardware after his title fight. Photo by Joe koshollek

1993: Lennox Lewis KO 7 Frank Bruno, Cardiff, Wales. Retains WBC Heavyweight Title. Time: 1:12. Referee: Mickey Vann. Judge Tony Castellano 57-57, Jerry Roth 57-57, Adrian Morgan 59-55 for Bruno.

Joe Calzaghe KO 1 Paul Hanlon, Cardiff, Wales. Calzaghe’s pro debut.

John David Jackson W 12 Reggie Johnson, Buenos Aires. Wins WBA Middleweight Title. Referee: Oscar Coronel. Judge Steve Smoger 115-114, judge Uriel Aguilera 115-113, judge Angel C. Tovar 115-114.

1994: Pernell (Sweet Pea) Whitaker W 12 James (Buddy) McGirt, Norfolk, VA. Retains WBC Welterweight Title. Following this contest an irate Jose Sulaiman, The WBC president, asked the Whitaker representatives why Whitaker does not wear his WBC belt into the ring. The answer; he was never presented with one following his victory over James (Buddy) McGirt for the title on March 6, 1993.
Ike Quartey KO 5 Alberto Cortes, Carpenttras, France. Retains WBA Welterweight Title.

1996: Rosendo Alvarez KO 8 Takashi Shiohama, Kitakyushu City, Japan. Retains WBA Strawweight Title.

1998: Marty Kramer, 76, dies. Kramer promoted boxing at Philadelphia’s Blue Horizon Auditorium in the 1960’s, prior to J. Russell Peltz.

2005: James (Lights Out) Toney W 12 Dominick Guinn, Reno, NV. Referee Jay Nady. 119-109 | 117-111 | 119-109

Chris Byrd W 12 DaVarryl Williamson, Reno. Retains IBF Heavyweight Title. Referee: Vic Drakulich | Judge: Pat Russell 116-112 | Judge: Glenn Trowbridge 115-113 | Judge: Doug Tucker 116-112. Only one way to describe this “fight”; ZZZZZZZZZZ.

Antonio Tarver W 12 Roy Jones Jr., Tampa, FL. Retains World Light Heavyweight Title. Referee: Tommy Kimmons | Judge: Peter Trematerra 117-111 | Judge: Paul Herman 116-112 | Judge: Michael Pernick 116-112.

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