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Johnny Wilson

W L D
48 21 2
29 KOs 3 KOs
last 6


bouts 72 rating
rounds 550 ranking
KOs 29%
 
global ID 11328
aliasGiovanni Francesco Panica
born 1893-03-23
death date1985-12-08 / age 92
debut1912-10-05 / age 19
divisionmiddleweight
stancesouthpaw
height5′ 9″   /   175cm
reach
72″   /   183cm
residence
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
birth place
New York, New York, USA

newspaper decisions
bouts rounds won lost drawn
100 282 14 8 6

Career Record

100 total bouts, view in calendar
verified
unverified
unsanctioned
W
Win
L
Loss
D
Draw
N
No Contest
S/P
Scheduled/Pending
Date lbs opponent
op. record 
lbs
result 
rounds location
159Maxie Rosenbloom
39
8
6
164½
 L 
UD10/10
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
According to the Pittsburgh Post, Rosenbloom won every round.
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160¼Chief Halbran
9
10
2
170
 W  
KO5/10
Armory, Stamford, Connecticut, USA
Halbran down three times in the bout.
referee: Jim Keefe
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160Maxie Rosenbloom
37
7
6
164¼
 L 
PTS12/12
Coney Island Stadium, Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Rocky Marion
0
1
1
 W  
KO5/10
Richmond, Virginia, USA
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164½Harry Greb
86
6
3
168½
 L 
PTS10/10
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
This was a "sizzling battle," much the best of the three between Greb and Wilson. It was closely fought and even on rounds, but Greb's rounds were much more decisive and he got the decision.
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159½Tiger Flowers
73
8
3
159½
 L 
TKO3/10
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
time: 2:55   referee: Eddie Purdy
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Jock Malone
52
8
3
 L 
NWS10/10
Auditorium, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
Popular verdict - a win for Malone (World Almanac)
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159½Jock Malone
52
7
3
154½
 W  
TKO6/10
Braves Field, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: Joe O'Connor   judge: Jim HarmonJohn T. Glackin
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161½Tommy Loughran
15
3
1
170
 L 
PTS10/10
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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161Pal Reed
39
15
3
159½
 W  
PTS10/10
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: Jack Sheehan   judge: Pat MoranJohn T. Glackin
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159¼Harry Greb
70
5
2
158½
 L 
UD15/15
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
World Middleweight Title
According to Boxing Blade, this was a close fight, but the decision met with "the approval of the fans." Wilson made his best showing in the early rounds, taking the 1st, 3rd, and 5th. After that, Greb came on and the 7th round was probably his best one. Greb also did very well in the 8th, 10th, and 15th. Wilson's best late round was the 12th. Most of the others were "about fifty-fifty." This was not one of Greb's better efforts.
referee: Patsy Haley   judge: Billy JohEddie Purdy
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160Pat McCarthy
23
11
4
165
 W  
RTD3/10
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: Johnny Brassil   judge: Pat MoranWilliam T. McDermott
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162½Pal Reed
39
13
2
160
 W  
PTS10/10
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: Johnny Brassil   judge: Pat MoranWilliam T. McDermott
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163George Robinson
51
36
10
170
 W  
PTS10/10
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: Jack Sheehan   judge: William T. McDermottJohn T. Glackin
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158Harry Greb
67
3
2
158
 L 
UD15/15
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USA
World Middleweight Title
The Pittsburgh Post reported that Greb did not fight in his usual cyclonic style. Evidently fearing disqualification he boxed in orthodox style. Wilson punched mainly for the body, winning the 10th, 14th, and 15th rounds. Greb took all of the others. The 8th was Harry's best round, and next to that the second. Greb won beyond argument even though he fought flat-footed. He was too quick and busy for the plodding Wilson. Nevertheless, it was not of Harry's better showings. (This is from the report of Regis Welsh.) Some writers thought that Greb still used a lot of rough tactics. One writer thought that the fight was close. All accounts showed that it was an ordinary fight, lacking thrills. Neither man was ever in danger of being stopped.
referee: Jack O'Sullivan   judge: Frankie MaddenCharles F. Mathison
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Eddie Carterdebut
 W  
NWS8/8
Airport, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
This is the correct date for this bout--Wilson won the newspaper decision per the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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Al Demarisdebut
 W  
KO4/8
Fair Grounds Arena, Rutland, Vermont, USA
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KO Jaffe
3
8
0
 W  
TKO4/10
Hazleton, Pennsylvania, USA
Wilson was knocked down in the second round. "As the fourth began, Jaffe fell on his knees and with Wilson ready to put over a K.O., the referee called off the proceedings." Boston Globe
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159Bryan Downey
36
3
8
154½
 D 
NWS12/12
Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
World Middleweight Title
Wilson and Downey "fought twelve tame rounds to a draw." (Newark Advocate & Trenton Times (INS))
Downey was recognized as champ in Ohio; Wilson was the recognized champ everywhere else.
referee: Jim Savage
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Bryan Downey
36
2
8
 W  
DQ7/12
League Park, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Bout fought at catchweights with no official weigh-in After the bout, Downey's manager claimed Downey had weighed 154 in the afternoon and stated that Wilson weighed about 172. Wilson was floored three times in the seventh. As Wilson arose from the last knockdown, Downey hit him with a punch that knocked him out. The referee disqualified Downey, but the Cleveland and Ohio commissions disagreed with the result and recognized Downey as winning by 7th round kayo. Downey was recognized as Middleweight champion in Ohio from this point.
referee: Jimmy Gardner
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162George Robinson
45
28
9
161½
 W  
PTS10/10
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
referee: George F. Freeman   judge: Herman NickersonJim Harmon
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Joe Chip
19
8
5
 W  
NWS10/10
Roller Palace Rink, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Wilson "ten pounds overweight" won the newspaper decision. (Decatur Daily Review) According to the Detroit Free Press (Herb Goldman), Wilson administered a "terrific lacing" to Chip. Wilson made a very impressive showing and looked like a real champion.
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158Mike O'Dowd
46
3
2
159¼
 W  
SD15/15
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
NYSAC World middleweight title
World Middleweight Title Judges split, so referee McAvoy's vote decided it for Wilson. Judge Jack Roulette voted for O'Dowd and Judge Tommy Shortell for Wilson.
referee: Johnny McAvoy
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158Navy Rostan
1
6
0
156
 W  
KO2/10
Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA
World Middleweight Title
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162Joe Chip
19
7
5
158
 W  
NWS10/10
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Wilson won the newspaper decision. (Sandusky Star Journal) Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post which reported that Wilson won six rounds, Chip two, and two were even. This was not an 8-rounder.
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George Robinson
43
23
9
 L 
NWS10/10
Mount Royal Arena, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Robinson was reported to have won the newspaper decision in the Boston Globe. Robinson was down once, Wilson twice.
Wilson brought his own referee: J. Trokas of Salem, MA. Montreal Gazette
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Steve Choynski
4
3
0
 W  
KO5/10
Bison Stadium, Buffalo, New York, USA
referee: Dick Nugent
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Young Fisher
16
14
0
 L 
NWS10/10
Arena, Syracuse, New York, USA
(Syracuse Herald)
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157¾Soldier Bartfield
38
6
1
149½
 W  
NWS12/12
1st Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
World Middleweight Title
"Two papers gave the decision to the champion by a shade, one gave it to Bartfield and another called it a draw." (Sandusky Star Journal) The Boston Globe, New York Times and Chicago Tribune all had Wilson winning the fight. The Washington Post had Bartfield winning.
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156Mike O'Dowd
41
2
1
159½
 W  
PTS12/12
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
World Middleweight Title
referee: Hector McInnes
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Pal Reed
20
2
0
 W  
PTS12/12
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe.
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Billy Murray
59
14
9
 W  
TKO2/12
Casino Hall, Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe. The date of this fight is often incorrectly shown as March 9, 1920.
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Jack London
1
4
0
 W  
KO2/10
Webster, Massachusetts, USA
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Young Ahearn
23
10
4
 W  
KO1/10
Fenway A.A., Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Young Ahearn
23
9
4
 W  
KO6/10
Fenway A.A., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Wilson used a body attack to knock out Ahearn. A left to the body ended the fight.
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Young Ahearn
23
9
3
 D 
PTS12/12
O'Sullivan Park, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA
This was a bad decision--Wilson won the fight. He struck the referee in anger after the draw was announced. (Boston Globe) According to the Boston Globe, Wilson's opponent was the well known middleweight, Young Ahearn. Previously, his opponent was shown as "Jake Ahern." Ahearn's name was actually Jacob Woodward; "Ahern" is just a misspelling.
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George Robinson
39
16
8
 W  
NWS12/12
Maplewood Park, Bangor, Maine, USA
Wilson won the newspaper decision according to the Boston Globe.
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Young Fisher
15
8
0
 W  
PTS12/12
Fenway A.A., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe. Wilson won easily.
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Pat McCarthy
4
3
3
 W  
PTS10/10
Fenway A.A., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Cyclone Scott
1
6
3
 W  
KO3/10
Brockton, Massachusetts, USA
Source: the Boston Globe.
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Pat McCarthy
4
3
2
 D 
PTS10/10
Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA
This appears to have been McCarthy's first fight after military service.
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Augie Ratner
14
3
0
 W  
PTS12/12
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA
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Leo Houck
40
7
3
 W  
PTS12/12
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe. This fight did not occur on March 27, 1918, as was shown here previously.
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Frank Carbone
11
6
2
 L 
DQ1/12
Rollo Rink, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Wilson was disqualified for punching low.
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Leo Houck
39
7
3
 L 
PTS12/12
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe. Houck closed strongly to pull out a victory.
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Pinky Crosby
1
1
1
 W  
KO2/10
Freeman's Hall, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA
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Victor Dahl
7
5
1
 W  
KO1/12
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USA
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Art Magirl
53
8
9
 W  
TKO3/12
Rollo Rink, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
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Jack Savage
7
10
2
 W  
PTS12/12
Camp Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts, USA
From the Boston Globe.
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Victor Dahl
6
3
0
 W  
PTS12/12
Rollo Rink, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
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Roddy MacDonald
19
8
8
 L 
PTS15/15
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
This was the fourth and last of the fights between Wilson and MacDonald. Source: Michel Gladu, Repentigny Quebec.
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Al Nelson
8
4
3
 W  
KO1/10
Manchester, New Hampshire, USA
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Carl Hertz
11
5
8
 W  
PTS10/10
Commercial A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Jack Savage
5
10
2
 D 
NWS10/10
Garde d'Honneur Hall, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, USA
Newspaper decision from the Fitchburg Daily Sentinel
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Joe White
18
4
6
 L 
DQ3/12
North Shore A.C., Beverly, Massachusetts, USA
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Al Nelson
7
4
3
 W  
NWS12/12
Bangor, Maine, USA
 W  
NWS
12/12

Bangor, Maine, USA
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George Robinson
22
5
5
 L 
PTS10/10
Commercial A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Al Rogers
27
15
12
 W  
NWS12/12
Bangor, Maine, USA
 W  
NWS
12/12

Bangor, Maine, USA
Source: Daily Kennebec Journal (2 six-round bouts)
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Jack Savage
5
7
0
 W  
PTS12/12
Rollo Rink, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Saturday, December 16, 1916 Paper: Pawtucket Times
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Roddy MacDonald
17
7
8
 W  
PTS10/10
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Acadian Recorder, December 8, 1916. This was the third of four fights between Wilson and MacDonald.Thursday, December 7, 1916 Paper: Pawtucket Times
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Battling McFarland
4
4
0
 W  
KO9/10
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
This bout is in Wilson's published records. The location and date are uncertain, although it is a reasonable guess that the fight occurred in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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Roddy MacDonald
15
6
8
 W  
PTS12/12
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Source: Boston Globe (Luckett Davis). This was the second of four fights between Wilson and MacDonald.
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Roddy MacDonald
15
5
7
 W  
TKO12/12
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
From McDonald's record, by Michel Gladu (Repentigny, Quebec).
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Joe Farren
5
8
5
 W  
KO3/10
Commercial A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Boston Globe (Luckett Davis).
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Frankie Notter
5
4
0
 W  
NWS12/12
20th Century A.C., Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA
(Boston Globe)
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Silent Martin
21
5
1
 L 
PTS12/12
Rhode Island A.C., Thornton, Rhode Island, USA
Martin handed Wilson a sound licking.
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Battling McFarland
4
3
0
 W  
KO9/12
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Result from the Boston Globe.
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Jack Donnellydebut
 W  
TKO8/10
Rhode Island A.C., Thornton, Rhode Island, USA
Source: Boston Globe (Luckett Davis).
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Joe White
17
3
5
 L 
DQ4/10
North Shore A.C., Beverly, Massachusetts, USA
Source: Jack Kincaid, Boston newspapers.
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Tommy Robson
4
2
0
 L 
PTS12/12
Unity Cycle Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA
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Joe White
16
3
5
 L 
PTS10/10
Lenox A.C., Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA
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Bill Fleming
8
3
1
 L 
PTS12/12
Rhode Island A.C., Thornton, Rhode Island, USA
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Johnny Mello
2
2
1
 W  
KO3/8
Hippodrome, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Reported by Jack Kincaid. Also, reported in the Boston Globe.
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KO Sweeney
19
3
5
 W  
PTS12/12
Hibernian Hall, Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA
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Ritchie Jasper
13
10
8
 W  
TKO2/8
Hippodrome, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
From the Boston Globe (Luckett Davis).
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Battling McFarland
1
0
0
 L 
PTS12/12
Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Source: Boston Globe (Luckett Davis).
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163KO Sweeney
15
2
5
169
 W  
NWS10/10
American A.C., Harlem River Casino, New York, New York, USA
Consensus of New York City newspapers was a win for Wilson. This was the opening program for the American A.C., which operated at the Harlem River Casino.
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Mike Mazie
5
1
0
 D 
NWS10/10
Irving A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
Consensus of Brooklyn newspapers is for a draw. (Jack Kincaid)
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Young Kid Broad
13
14
5
 W  
KO5/10
Atlantic Garden A.C., New York, New York, USA
Source: New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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Billy Bushdebut
 W  
NWS10/10
Vanderbilt A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
Consensus of Brooklyn newspapers shows Wilson winning from Billy Bush (Jack Kincaid).
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Chic Nelson
0
1
1
 W  
NWS10/10
Brown's Gym, New York, New York, USA
Wilson was consensus winner according to New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid). This fight occurred at Brown's Gymnasium in Manhattan, not at Brown's facility at Rockaway (as shown here previously), which operated only in the summer months.
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Red Tuckerdebut
 W  
KO1/10
Olympic A.C., New York, New York, USA
Source: New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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KO Sweeney
12
2
4
 D 
NWS10/10
Fairmont A.C., Bronx, New York, USA
Wilson and Sweeney did not fight on January 9, 1914, as shown here previously. That was a duplicate of this fight, which has been verified as occurring on January 9, 1915. Consensus of New York newspapers was that the result was a draw (Jack Kincaid).
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Frank Carbone
0
0
2
 W  
NWS10/10
Olympic A.C., New York, New York, USA
Wilson won the newspaper decision (New York Times).
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Joe Fox
0
1
0
 W  
KO3/10
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USA
Source: New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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Walter McGirr
1
2
0
 W  
TKO4/10
New Polo A.C., New York, New York, USA
Source: New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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Westside Jimmy Duffy
2
3
0
 D 
NWS10/10
Sharkey A.C., New York, New York, USA
(New York Times)
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Jimmy Fryer
5
1
2
 L 
DQ4/6
National A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Source: Philadelphia Public Ledger (Paul Zabala).
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Jimmy Fryer
5
1
2
 W  
NWS10/10
Empire A.C., New York, New York, USA
Newspaper decision from the New York Times. (Wilson met Fryer only twice, on April 3 and April 11, 1914. The other, undated, entry that previously appeared here was actually a duplication of the April 11 fight.)
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Fighting Kennedy
4
7
2
 L 
NWS10/10
Olympic A.C., New York, New York, USA
Consensus newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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156Fighting Kennedy
4
7
2
144
 L 
NWS10/10
Olympic A.C., New York, New York, USA
(New York Times)
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Sailor Donaghydebut
 W  
KO2/10
Queensboro A.C., Queens, New York, USA
From New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid). In published records, Donaghy's name is usually misspelled as "Donahue."
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Young Battling Nelsondebut
 D 
NWS10/10
Irving A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
Consensus newspaper decision from Brooklyn newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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Young McCartney
18
2
0
 L 
NWS6/6
Nonpareil A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Public Ledger (Paul Zabala).
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Fighting Kennedy
4
6
2
 L 
NWS10/10
Fairmont A.C., Bronx, New York, USA
New York City newspaper decision consensus was in favor of Kennedy (Jack Kincaid).
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Young Victor
1
0
0
 W  
NWS6/6
Hillside A.C., Belleville, New Jersey, USA
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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Paul Dixondebut
 L 
TKO5/10
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USA
From Brooklyn newspapers (Jack Kincaid). This was a promotion of the Royale A.C.
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Willie Collins
2
2
0
 N 
NC6/10
Culver A.C., Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, USA
From Brooklyn newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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144Charley Smith
1
0
0
147½
 L 
NWS10/10
Washington Park A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
Newspaper decision consensus from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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151½Johnny 'Kid' Alberts
5
6
1
142½
 L 
TKO7/10
National A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
From Brooklyn newspapers (Jack Kincaid). Unverified fights for Wilson, almost all supposedly from his early career, are listed in his biography (above).
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verified
unverified
unsanctioned
W
Win
L
Loss
D
Draw
N
No Contest
S/P
Scheduled/Pending