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Frankie Genaro

W L D
79 21 8
19 KOs 4 KOs
last 6


bouts 109
rounds 980
KOs 15%
 
global ID 39120
birth nameFrank DiGennara
born 1901-08-26
death date1966-12-27 / age 65
debut1920-10-15 / age 19
divisionflyweight
height5′ 1″   /   155cm
reach
63″   /   160cm
residence
New York, New York, USA
birth place
New York, New York, USA

newspaper decisions
bouts rounds won lost drawn
131 222 19 3 0

Career Record

date lbs opponent lbs
record 
location
result 
rounds
1934-02-21
114Little Pancho11445 9 13
Auditorium, Oakland, California, USA
LTKO8/10
 L 
TKO
8/10
  
referee: Eddie Burns
1934-02-13
115Young Speedy Dado1123 9 6
Forman's Arena, San Jose, California, USA
W RTD4/6
 W  
RTD
4/6
  
referee: Oakland Jimmy Duffy
Young Speedy Dado failed to come out for the fifth round.
1933-11-10
Frankie Jarr16 5 1
G.E. Club, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1933-10-05
113Ernie Maurer11741 0 4
Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1933-07-28
Frisco Grande26 55 6
Columbia Arena, Stanhope, New Jersey, USA
W KO0/10
 W  
KO
0/10
  
This was an easy knockout win for Genaro, according to the August 3 Rockaway Record but it did not specify the number of rounds. Grande was substituting for Routier Parra.
1933-06-09
Tommy Lemieux7 14 1
Prospect Park, Biddeford, Maine, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
Newspaper win for Genaro according to the Maine Boxing Record Book
1933-04-05
113Joey Archibald1149 2 0
Casino, Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-03-15
112Ruby Bradley11579 48 4
Casino, Fall River, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-01-24
113Jose Fino11512 10 8
Portner's Arena, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
W PTS8/8
 W  
PTS
8/8
  
1932-03-29
116Young Tommy11824 3 5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
LTKO3/10
 L 
TKO
3/10
  
time: 1:22
Genaro was knocked down in the 2nd, before his corner threw in the towel. Genaro was substituting for Baby Arizmendi.
1931-11-16
114Mariano Arilla11429 8 9
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
LDQ7/10
 L 
DQ
7/10
  
Genaro dq'd after repeated head butts
1931-10-26
110¾Young Perez10944 3 9
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
LKO2/15
 L 
KO
2/15
  
referee: Francois Devernaz   judges: Max Eisen Chabannes
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
Reported as Genaro's second career KO loss; the first was by Emile Pladner in 1929. New York Times
1931-10-03
111Valentin Angelmann111¾27 5 2
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Dr. Gutmann
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
1931-07-30
111Jackie Harmon11014 10 0
Lakewood Arena, Waterbury, Connecticut, USA
W KO6/15
 W  
KO
6/15
  
time: 1:30
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
1931-07-16
Routier Parra14 27 6
Meadowbrook Arena, North Adams, Massachusetts, USA
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
referee: Jack Dekkers
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
Genaro was "far superior, outfighting his opponent from the opening bell" (New York Times)
1931-03-25
111Victor Ferrand11259 19 12
Plaza de Toros Monumental, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Rene Schemann
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
Out of 300 possible points (20 per round) Ferrand had a 4-point advantage, which the Referee (and sole judge) did not believe to be sufficient to proclaim him champion, hence he called it a draw. Weights from El Mundo Deportivo
1930-12-26
111Midget Wolgast111¾68 6 1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Patsy Haley   judges: Harold BarnesTommy Sheridan
NYSAC World flyweight title
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
World Flyweight Title
Genaro is the NBA Champion & Wolgast is the NYSAC Champion. They retained those titles as Judge Harold Barnes voted for Genaro, Judge Tommy Sheridan voted for Wolgast, and Referee Haley termed it a draw.
1930-12-15
118½Jose De Cruz117½0 1 1
Waltz Dream Arena, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
W KO3/8
 W  
KO
3/8
  
Del Cruz was a last-minute substitute for Routier Parra.
1930-12-12
Ruby Bradley70 40 4
Valley Arena, Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1930-08-06
115Willie LaMorte11727 17 7
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
An "unpopular decision."(UP)
1930-07-28
115½Davey Adelman11642 25 7
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-06-24
114Little Jeff Smith11441 22 10
Hurley Stadium, East Hartford, Connecticut, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
1930-06-10
111Frenchy Belanger111½35 14 10
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
referee: Lou Marsh
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
"Genaro was too cagey and retained the title on the unanimous verdict of all three judges. It was close, but there is no room for argument or dispute." - Toronto Star
1930-05-16
116½Frisco Grande11322 44 5
Convention Hall, Camden, New Jersey, USA
W TKO4/10
 W  
TKO
4/10
  
referee: Gene Romaine
"Near the end of the round both fighters went over the ropes and Referee Gene Romaine attempted to pull Grande back into the ring. As he did the Filipino injured his back and could not continue." (AP)
1930-04-08
Andre Gleizes28 19 6
Napoli, Campania, Italy
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
1930-02-23
113½Orlando Magliozzi114¾12 2 3
Palazzo Dello Sport, Milan, Lombardia, Italy
W DQ3/10
 W  
DQ
3/10
  
1930-02-15
Arthur Boddington46 28 14
Torino, Piemonte, Italy
W TKO4/10
 W  
TKO
4/10
  
1930-02-06
113Harry Stein12042 10 8
Sportpalast, Schoeneberg, Berlin, Germany
NND8/10
 N 
ND
8/10
  
First Genaro was disqualified in the 8th round due to a low blow. The V.D.F. annulled this disqualification five days later. It was stated that the referee had acted precipitate and not according to the V.D.F. rules. The result was changed in NO DECISION.
1930-01-18
110Yvon Trevidic1118 2 0
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W TKO12/15
 W  
TKO
12/15
  
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
The red-haired Trevidic, given a great ovation by the crowd at the end of the bout, was reported to be one of the youngest ever at the time to have fought for a world title. It was also reported that his record prior to this bout was 19 (18 KOs) wins and one draw.
1929-10-17
111½Ernie Jarvis111¾84 43 23
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
1929-09-09
115Jackie Sharkey1184 0 1
Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Genaro won the newspaper decision. (Bismarck Tribune)
1929-08-05
114¼Willie Davies114¼86 11 13
Meyers Bowl, North Braddock, Pennsylvania, USA
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Davies took 8 of 10 rounds.
1929-04-18
110¾Emile Pladner111¾41 2 2
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W DQ5/15
 W  
DQ
5/15
  
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
There were three judges: one American, one French and one Swiss. The American and the Swiss judges concurred in disqualifying Pladner for a low left hook which floored Genaro for the count in the fifth, but the French judge refused to agree, declaring that Pladner had won every round. French fight fans were greatly upset. When Genaro and his seconds left the ring, they were attacked by spectators. Bottles were hurled, and Bill McCarney (Genaro's manager) was struck by a French boxer. A spectator kicked Genaro in the stomach. Pladner said he was through fighting as a flyweight, and would henceforth turn his attention to the bantams. (UP)
1929-03-02
110½Emile Pladner111¾40 2 2
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
LKO1/15
 L 
KO
1/15
  
time: 0:58   referee: Juan Casanovas
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
IBU World (1913 - 1946) flyweight title
(Time also reported as 0:47; Casanovas said Genaro hit with clean shot to liver.
1929-01-18
115Tommy Paul11823 1 4
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA
LUD6/6
 L 
UD
6/6
  
referee: Dick Nugent
1928-12-14
110¾Steve Rocco1109 0 1
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USA
W DQ2/10
 W  
DQ
2/10
  
referee: Elmer Slim McClelland
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
Referee McClelland declared Genaro a winner on an unintentional foul.
1928-11-27
115¼Art Giroux115¼4 4 1
Portland, Maine, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Giroux won the "newspaper decision." (AP, Centralia Chronicle)
1928-10-15
111½Frenchy Belanger11129 9 10
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Elwood Hughes
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
1928-08-21
115½Ernie Peters11514 5 6
Hippodrome, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1928-07-23
111Steve Rocco1118 0 0
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Elwood Hughes
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
1928-06-18
114Lew Goldberg11615 31 10
American Legion, West Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
1928-04-09
115Johnny Vacca11826 11 3
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1928-03-30
115Jackie Johnston12025 7 5
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
LSD10/10
 L 
SD
10/10
  
referee: Lou Marsh
1928-03-09
114Frisco Grande11515 15 3
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1928-03-06
115Duke Menard11417 5 2
Exposition Building, Portland, Maine, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Lewiston Sun
1928-02-06
112Frenchy Belanger110¼26 5 10
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
National Boxing Association World flyweight title
1927-12-20
114Willie LaMorte11320 11 7
Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Genaro won the "newspaper decision." Source: AP report
1927-11-28
112Frenchy Belanger11224 4 10
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
LSD10/10
 L 
SD
10/10
  
referee: Les Black
This was an NBA eliminator bout, with a right to meet Ernie Jarvis for the vacant flyweight title
Attendance: 12,000-13,000--the largest indoor crowd in Toronto history to date, per the Toronto Globe.
1927-10-28
114¾Billy Kelly11335 11 2
Watres Armory, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1927-10-07
Marty Gold32 18 7
Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Source for decision: AP
1927-09-16
Joey Eulo20 12 10
Harrison, New Jersey, USA
LNWS10/10
 L 
NWS
10/10
  
"Eulo Shades Genaro in Kearny Elks Show"--Newark Evening News.
1927-09-12
110¼Eddie Flank110¼6 4 1
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
"The spectators booed the fight from the first round to the last, and many left their seats to go home during its progress." The New York Times, Sept. 13, p. 6. One of three bouts on the card, at the beginning of an elimination tournament, to determine a successor to World Flyweight Champion Fidel LaBarba. There were also two emergency bouts to make up for the failure of Alex Burlie to appear for another flyweight elimination bout, and for Joey Ross coming in overweight.
1927-09-02
Tommy Hughes14 7 2
Armory, Akron, Ohio, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Newspaper decision from the Ironwood Daily Globe
1927-08-23
112Frankie Garcia118½24 7 1
Utica Stadium, Utica, New York, USA
W KO2/0
 W  
KO
2/0
  
referee: Jack Michaels   judges: J.R. DoughertyRobert Benjamin
1927-07-22
114½Joey Ross11521 12 8
American Legion, West Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Jack Dekkers
1927-05-05
Dick O'Leary24 3 2
South Main Street Armory, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA
LDQ6/10
 L 
DQ
6/10
  
time: 1:20   referee: Jimmy Henahan   judges: Larry KendigFreddie Seymour
Genaro was disqualified for a low blow.
1927-03-21
Willie LaMorte11619 9 6
White City Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USA
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1927-03-09
114Tommy Hughes115½13 6 2
Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
W PTS8/8
 W  
PTS
8/8
  
1927-03-05
Ruby Bradley40 19 2
Walker A.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1927-02-16
112½Joey Scalfaro116½13 1 0
Manhattan Casino, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1927-01-21
111½Newsboy Brown11119 1 4
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1926-10-13
Ruby Bradley32 17 2
Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1926-10-07
115Mickey Lewis1194 3 2
West New York, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
(Nevada State Journal) Lewis was knocked down in the 7th.
1926-07-22
115Willie Darcy12214 23 8
Chadwick Park, Albany, New York, USA
DPTS12/12
 D 
PTS
12/12
  
1926-07-08
Scotty McKeown5 4 0
Chadwick Park, Albany, New York, USA
W KO10/12
 W  
KO
10/12
  
time: 0:55
1926-06-11
Scotty McKeown4 3 0
Steeplechase A.A., Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1926-05-17
112Bushy Graham11855 7 6
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1926-04-19
112½Willie Darcy11614 23 8
Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Genaro Won the Newspaper Decision (New York Times).
1926-04-05
Hilly Levine22 20 6
Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Frankie Genaro won "newspaper decision" according to AP.
1925-11-16
113½Victor St. Onge113½21 8 10
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA
W TKO4/12
 W  
TKO
4/12
  
referee: Dick Nugent
1925-10-14
Newsboy Brown12 1 3
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1925-08-22
111¼Fidel LaBarba111¼6 2 2
Ascot Park, Los Angeles, California, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Harry Ertle
vacant National Boxing Association World flyweight title
American Flyweight Title
Promoter: Dick Donald; Attendance: 25,000
The Flyweight World Title had been left vacant with the sudden death of Pancho Villa in July. This was the first title bout held in California since the state had legalized prize-fighting the previous November. LaBarba, just out of high school at this time, declared he would strenuously defend this title against all comers for one year before retiring to attend Stanford College. A year later, after winning the undisputed Flyweight World Title, he relinquished it to do just that: to attend Stanford College.
1925-08-07
111½George Marks11667 7 14
Armory, Red Bank, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Newspaper decision the Red Bank Register
1925-07-31
113¼Hilly Levine118¾22 18 6
Arena, Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York, USA
W DQ11/12
 W  
DQ
11/12
  
Levine was disqualified for hitting low.
1925-06-26
Kid Williams81 13 6
Carlin's Park, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
Fought at bantamweight limit.
1925-06-16
111George Marks11767 6 14
Coney Island Stadium, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-05-28
113Harold Smith1188 2 1
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Tommy Sheridan   judges: Charles F. MathisonFlorrie Barnett
Genaro won decisively before 8,000 fans.
1925-04-13
Al Dundee14 10 3
Coliseum, Mansfield, Ohio, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
referee: Matt Hinkel
Newspaper decision from the Mansfield News
1925-03-20
112Joe Lucas1167 3 0
Detroit, Michigan, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
According to article in Traverse City-Record Eagle, Genaro won judge's decision.
1925-02-26
Eddie O'Dowd27 10 6
Rayen-Wood Auditorium, Youngstown, Ohio, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
"Genaro...showed so much speed and gloves in his 10-round bout with Eddie Dowd...that he won every round. There were no knockdowns." Zanesville Signal.
1925-02-16
113¼Henry 'Kid' Wolfe11514 7 3
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1924-10-06
114Eddie O'Dowd117½27 8 5
Heinemann Park, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
1924-09-23
113Bushy Graham117½40 5 5
Henderson's Bowl, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1924-08-22
112Hilly Levine11820 15 6
Steeplechase A.A., Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1924-08-05
112½Johnny Curtin11831 16 4
Henderson's Bowl, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1924-07-07
113½Bushy Graham116½36 5 4
Baseball Park, Rochester, New York, USA
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
1924-06-12
Joe Clifford7 12 8
Sportland Heights Arena, Berwyn, Maryland, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1924-05-22
114½Howard Mayberry115¾12 7 2
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
Both judges scored it 4-4-2, while the referee had it 4-3-3 for Mayberry.
1924-01-22
115¾Johnny Sheppard11919 7 1
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Jimmy Walsh
1923-12-18
110¾Joe Clifford116½7 12 7
Detroit, Michigan, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
(Chicago Tribune)
1923-11-29
112¾Carl Tremaine116¾22 2 2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W SD12/12
 W  
SD
12/12
  
1923-09-29
111Vincent Salvatore111½5 10 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
American Flyweight Title
1923-08-28
115Bobby Wolgast11810 1 1
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Wolgast was a pound overweight and paid a $300 forfeit.
1923-07-30
Buddy Wallace1 3 0
Columbus, Ohio, USA
W TKO4/6
 W  
TKO
4/6
  
Columbus Baby Camp Benefit.
1923-07-27
Frankie Daly4 32 2
Nutmeg Stadium, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1923-07-19
112Bob Gershane118debut
Kingsboro Stadium, New York, New York, USA
W KO3/15
 W  
KO
3/15
  
time: 0:48
"Gershane" substituted for Al Triano, who failed to appear, to the great disappointment of the crowd. (Other sources state "Bobby Gresham.")
1923-07-07
111½Tony Norman1141 0 0
Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
referee: Eddie Kennedy
Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post.
1923-04-23
108Memphis Pal Moore115½85 13 17
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W DQ6/10
 W  
DQ
6/10
  
An accidental "upper cut to the groin as Genaro leapt into the air to send a right hand swing" resulted in Moore's disqualification in what had been a "fairly even" bout. The New York Times. Reported by newspapers nationwide as being Moore's first foul after 11 years and more than 200 ring battles.
1923-04-16
112Bobby Wolgast11610 1 1
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
LNWS8/8
 L 
NWS
8/8
  
Wolgast won the "newspaper decision." Consensus of newspapermen had Wolgast ahead 5-2-1 in rounds. Wolgast was down in the 1st round. Source: AP. Both the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Public Ledger favored Wolgast.
1923-04-04
112Bud Taylor11521 1 3
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
(Chicago Tribune)
1923-03-28
112Bobby Doyle1147 7 3
Rink S.C., Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS4/4
 W  
PTS
4/4
  
One of the many fights on this night to raise money for war-torn France. This was a tame fight--New York Times.
1923-03-06
Frankie Williams5 4 1
Chestnut Street Auditorium, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
Williams down twice in the 2nd round and the bell saved him.
1923-03-01
110½Pancho Villa109½59 2 3
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W SD15/15
 W  
SD
15/15
  
referee: Andy Griffin   judges: Billy 'Kid' McPartlandHarold Barnes
American Flyweight Title
Barnes voted for Villa while Griffin and McPartland favored Genaro.
1923-02-12
Tommy Shea0 3 0
Chestnut Street Auditorium, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO4/8
 W  
KO
4/8
  
1922-12-15
114½Terry Martin116½28 14 9
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Jimmy Walsh   judges: William T. McDermottJohn T. Glackin
1922-10-21
Charley Phil Rosenberg6 6 3
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1922-10-05
110¾Indian Russell109¾13 4 0
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W TKO14/15
 W  
TKO
14/15
  
1922-08-22
109¼Pancho Villa110¼52 1 3
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Artie McGovern   judges: Charles MeeganPatsy Haley
1922-08-19
Battling Harry Leonard12 1 1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
LPTS12/12
 L 
PTS
12/12
  
1922-07-21
Battling Al Murray28 7 2
Ocean Park Casino, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from the New York Evening News
1922-07-06
Pancho Villa49 1 3
Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
(Wire results)
1922-06-09
Eddie Lynch0 3 1
Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
A newspaper win for Genero per The Ring, Aug. 1922--p.30
1922-05-23
110Charley Phil Rosenberg1142 4 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1922-05-19
111Abe Goldstein11639 4 7
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
LPTS4/4
 L 
PTS
4/4
  
Debut card of National Sports Alliance; although part of a charity program, decisions were rendered by the NYSAC. New York Times
1922-04-18
Manny Wexler11 1 1
Star S.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1922-03-25
111Sammy Cohen11410 1 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1922-03-14
113½Jack Sayles1182 0 0
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1922-01-10
Leo Reynolds1 3 0
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1921-12-26
Henry 'Kid' Wolfe2 3 0
National A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Genaro won the newspaper decision (Chicago Tribune).
1921-12-19
Johnny Rosner14 10 1
Lexington Avenue Theatre, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1921-12-13
Andy Davis2 0 1
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1921-11-07
112Joey Leon1182 8 4
Star S.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1921-08-12
Joe Colletti12 3 2
Convention Hall, Saratoga Springs, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
Previously displayed as a Genaro loss. "The semifinal brought together two tough little boys who were fighting every minute they were in the ring. Genaro was the craftier boxer and landed on Colletti time and again with a lightning-like one-two with his left. Colletti fought hard and showed some fast foot work of the bouncing order but Genaro out-generaled him from start to finish. The bout was first class in every respect." The Saratogian
1921-05-21
Bobby Doyle5 3 1
9th Coast Defense Armory, New York, New York, USA
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
1921-04-26
Jockey Joe Dillon5 8 1
Hunts Point Palace, Bronx, New York, USA
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
1921-04-09
Joe Colletti10 2 2
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1921-02-16
Joe Colletti10 2 1
Columbus Institute, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
DPTS12/12
 D 
PTS
12/12
  
1920-12-13
Johnny Rosner13 9 1
Star S.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
(The Brooklyn Standard Union)
1920-11-03
Jimmy Petersondebut
Star S.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1920-10-20
Billy Murphy0 1 2
Star S.C., New York, New York, USA
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
1920-10-15
Joe Colletti8 0 0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W DQ3/6
 W  
DQ
3/6
  
referee: John Donnelly
Genaro won his pro debut when Colletti was disqualified for hitting low. This was the only meeting between Genaro and Colletti in 1920.
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Draw
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No Contest
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