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Panama Al Brown

W L D
129 19 13
59 KOs 0 KOs
last 6


bouts 161
rounds 1296
KOs 36%
 
global ID 8994
birth nameAlphonso Teofilo Brown
aliasKid Theophilo
born 1902-07-05
death date1951-04-11 / age 48
debut1922-03-19 / age 19
divisionbantamweight
stanceorthodox
height5′ 9″   /   175cm
reach
72½″   /   184cm
residence
Paris, France
birth place
Colon, Panama

newspaper decisions
bouts rounds won lost drawn
164 28 2 1 0

Career Record

date lbs opponent lbs
record 
location
result 
rounds
1942-12-04
126Kid Fortune13218 9 2
Club Tropical, Colon City, Panama
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Colon Al Brown
1942-08-30
126Leocadio Torres12615 8 4
Estadio Olimpico, Panama City, Panama
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Ramon Arosemena   judges: Arturo IlluecaRafael Fernandez
Panamanian featherweight title
1942-03-08
124Eduardo Carrasco1266 3 1
Estadio Olimpico, Panama City, Panama
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Ramon Arosemena
1941-10-26
Eduardo Carrasco5 2 1
Gimnasio Nacional, Panama City, Panama
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Ramon Arosemena
Carrasco knocked down two times in 1st round
1941-09-07
125½Kid Fortune124½14 6 2
Gimnasio Nacional, Panama City, Panama
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
referee: Ramon Arosemena
Fortune knocked down in 1st round
1941-07-26
Battling Nelson23 9 5
Gimnasio Nacional, Panama City, Panama
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
time: 2:48   referee: Ramon Arosemena
1941-07-14
Leocadio Torres13 2 1
Gimnasio Nacional, Panama City, Panama
W KO8/10
 W  
KO
8/10
  
time: 1:45   referee: Ramon Arosemena
1939-05-06
124¾Mariano Arilla12655 20 19
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USA
W KO3/8
 W  
KO
3/8
  
time: 1:38
1939-04-22
124¾Cristobal Jaramillo126¾16 21 4
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USA
W TKO4/10
 W  
TKO
4/10
  
time: 1:41   referee: Al Reich
Jaramillo was down three times before the bout was stopped. New York Times
1938-04-13
119¼Valentin Angelmann114½81 19 8
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W KO8/10
 W  
KO
8/10
  
Unable to make the bantam weight limit any longer, Brown soon afterward abandoned his claim to the IBU World Title.
The Ring, August 1985, p. 27.
1938-03-04
117½Baltasar Sangchili11773 14 11
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
vacant IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
Brown recognized as "world bantamweight champion" by the IBU. Bang, Mar 18, 1938 .
Sixto Escobar is considered the World Bantam Champion by virtually all other boxing commissions.
1937-12-22
Young Perez89 25 15
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W KO5/10
 W  
KO
5/10
  
1937-11-25
119Joseph Decico12044 15 8
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Decico floored three times in the 5th.
1937-10-08
Francis Augier29 25 12
Salle Communale de Plainpalais, Geneva, Switzerland
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
1937-09-23
119½Maurice Huguenin119¾64 17 7
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W KO3/0
 W  
KO
3/0
  
1937-09-09
122¾Andre Regis120½34 14 11
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W KO1/15
 W  
KO
1/15
  
time: 1:05   referee: Rene Schemann
1935-09-13
Pete Sanstol93 6 8
Bislet Stadium, Oslo, Norway
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
referee: Otto Griese
Attendance: 15,000
Both Brown & Sanstol retire after this rematch bout. Brown then comes back two years later.
1935-06-01
117¾Baltasar Sangchili117½56 10 10
Plaza de Toros, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
LPTS15/15
 L 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Rene Schemann 2-13
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
1935-04-24
Javier Torres29 13 11
Teatro Circo Olympia, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
W TKO2/10
 W  
TKO
2/10
  
1935-04-12
120¾Luigi Quadrini125¼56 38 19
Teatro Circo Price, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1935-03-18
119¼Baltasar Sangchili11955 10 10
Plaza de Toros, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
Source:03/19/1935 El Mercantil Valenciano
1935-03-09
Gustavo Ansini12 4 5
Central Sporting Club, Paris, Paris, France
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
1935-03-02
Henri Barras14 20 9
Central Sporting Club, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1934-12-24
127¼Freddie Miller127134 13 5
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1934-12-09
123Francois Machtens12644 45 10
Lille, Nord, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1934-11-01
117Young Perez116½76 13 13
Parc du Belvedere, Tunis, Tunisia
W KO10/15
 W  
KO
10/15
  
referee: Mario Del Fante
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
Perez was counted out after refusing to carry on fighting, claiming he had been fouled.
1934-06-30
Johnny Edwards13 9 3
Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich, Switzerland
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
Edwards won five rounds (including the last three), Al Brown four, and one was even. Al Brown was knocked down for a count of four in the ninth round. (Swiss newspaper L'Impartial)
1934-05-17
122¼Gustave Humery132¾57 13 1
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
LDQ6/0
 L 
DQ
6/0
  
Brown suffered cuts, bruises and a brain concussion after being mobbed by enraged fans. The referee stopped the bout after having warned Brown three times for using illegal tactics. Brown so angered the crowd that they stormed the ring, trashed ringside seats, broke down the ring posts, and ripped up the canvas. They also piled into Brown with their fists. One slugged him with a walking stick. At least 20 were pummeling Brown when policemen fought their way through and rescued him. By then he was bleeding and semi-conscious. It was another 20 minutes before the arena was eventually cleared.
1934-04-16
121Kid Francis12093 11 11
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Around this time the NBA stripped Brown of the title for not honoring a contract to fight Rodolfo (Baby) Casanova.
Sixto Escobar
became the NBA's next Bantamweight Champion.
1934-04-07
Maurice Dubois16 1 0
Palais des Expositions, Geneva, Switzerland
W TKO2/10
 W  
TKO
2/10
  
1934-02-19
117¼Young Perez115¼70 10 13
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
1933-12-08
Luigi Quadrini55 31 19
Grand Casino, Oran, Algeria
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-11-12
Alfredo Magnolfi17 14 16
Casablanca, Morocco
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-09-30
Georges LePerson18 5 4
Stade Communal de Saint Eugène, Algiers, Algeria
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-07-03
117Johnny King117¾100 16 8
King's Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Jack Dare
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
This probably was the British Boxing Control Version. Reported as Brown's 10th title defense.
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Tuesday 04 July 1933 P 16
1933-06-12
Dave Crowley56 8 5
Olympia, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1933-05-13
Dick Burke45 9 5
Blundell Park (Grimsby Town FC), Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
W TKO12/12
 W  
TKO
12/12
  
referee: Arthur Myers
Cut eye stoppage. Both made stipulated 120lbs.
1933-05-07
Arthur Boddington64 46 16
Royton NSB, Royton, Lancashire, United Kingdom
W RTD3/12
 W  
RTD
3/12
  
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Monday 08 May 1933 P 2
1933-04-30
Tommy Hyams54 17 8
The Ring, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, United Kingdom
W KO9/15
 W  
KO
9/15
  
referee: Matt Wells
Hams down eight times in total, the last time flat on his face from a right hook. The referee stopped the fight without a count.
1933-03-19
117¾Domenico Bernasconi117½42 17 5
Palazzo Dello Sport, Milan, Lombardia, Italy
W UD12/12
 W  
UD
12/12
  
referee: Jack Hart 230-215   judge: Antonio Villa 233-231 235-227
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
1933-03-05
Johnny Peters34 15 7
The Ring, Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, United Kingdom
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
Around this time Brown received notice that the California State Athletic Commission had deposed him, and declared Speedy Dado its World Bantamweight Champion. "Panama" Al Brown: 1902-1951, by Eduardo Arroyo, p. 138.:Hull Daily Mail - Monday 06 March 1933
1933-02-09
123¼Henri Poutrain123½11 10 3
Palais de la Mutualité, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-12-08
Francois Machtens30 30 4
Palais de la Mutualité, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-12-03
Henri Scillie73 17 9
Brussels, Bruxelles-Capitale, Belgium
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
1932-12-01
124Dick Burke12542 6 4
Norfolk Road Drill Hall, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
referee: Jimmy Wilde
The Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Friday 02 December 1932 P 19
1932-11-14
123¼Emile Pladner121½74 9 7
Palais des Sports, Paris, Paris, France
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
Brown entered the bout with a high fever and was hospitalized afterwards. Soon after this bout, doctors discovered Pladner to be almost blind in one eye & his boxing license therefore suspended
1932-10-23
Nicolas Petit-Biquet43 21 10
Brussels, Bruxelles-Capitale, Belgium
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-10-18
Francois Machtens29 28 4
Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Belgium
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-09-26
121½Mose Butch121½26 6 2
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
referee: Al Grayber   judges: Frank BrownFrank Ferris
1932-09-19
117½Emile Pladner11873 8 7
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
W KO1/15
 W  
KO
1/15
  
time: 2:21
National Boxing Association World bantamweight title
Attendance: 5,000
Canadian Boxing Federation Version; this may have been for the NYSAC version, too
Pladner is the European Bantamweight Champion at this time. Toronto Globe
1932-08-17
123½Roland LeCuyer127½14 16 1
Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
W TKO6/10
 W  
TKO
6/10
  
The crowd of 5,500 booed this bout. The Gazette
1932-07-10
117½Kid Francis11787 9 5
Arènes du Rond-Point du Prado, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône, France
W SD15/15
 W  
SD
15/15
  
referee: Carlo Lomazzi   judges:  ChabannesJames Sparks
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
When Judge Dr. James Sparks, commander of the American Legion in France, cast a vote for Brown, a riot broke out among the fans (who thought hometown boxer Francis had won), and Sparks was badly beaten up. Several hundred gendarmes were required to save him. Sparks had agreed with the French judge, while the Italian judge favored Francis. The match was officially declared "no contest" because Sparks's score card had been destroyed by the mob before he could hand it in. The next day the IBU awarded the bout to Brown.
1932-06-25
121½Vittorio Tamagnini12423 1 1
Palazzo Dello Sport, Milan, Lombardia, Italy
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
referee: Carlo Lomazzi   judges: Carlo VolpiS. Forni
1932-06-18
121Eugene Huat118¼46 16 4
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Huat down in second round.
1932-06-13
123¾Nel Tarleton12677 8 5
Anfield Football Ground, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Gus Platts
1932-05-31
123¼Francois Machtens124¼24 24 3
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-05-28
Luigi Quadrini51 26 17
Ninian Park, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
W RTD6/15
 W  
RTD
6/15
  
1932-05-18
Dominique Di Cea16 22 15
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Di Cea married 7 days later.Ran a food shop in Vanves, south in Paris.
1932-03-14
Golf Ball Bernard9 3 0
New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-01-04
120½Speedy Dado118½61 10 11
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
referee: Jack Dempsey
1931-12-15
122Newsboy Brown120½52 8 5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Harry Lee
Considered a big upset, with Newsboy winning six rounds, Al three, and one round even. Panama Al had made Newsboy Brown contract to come in overweight, so as not to risk his World Bantam Title.
Description of bout.
1931-11-18
124¾Art Chapdelaine124½25 8 2
Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
W KO7/10
 W  
KO
7/10
  
Attendance: 3,000
Brown scored an eight-count and nine-count in the first round, and another nine-count in the sixth. Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
1931-10-27
117Eugene Huat116¾40 14 4
Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
W UD15/15
 W  
UD
15/15
  
referee: Bert Schneider
National Boxing Association World bantamweight title
World Bantamweight Title
Per the Montreal Athletic Commission & Canadian Boxing Federation
Attendance: 11,000: Gate; $18,000
This was the first time in Montreal history that the no-foul rule was enforced, to avoid any possibility similar to the recent Huat-Newsboy Brown tangle. "The contest was so one-sided that it became tiresome to the thousands who gathered around the ringside and many kept calling to Brown to go on and knock Huat out." Montreal Gazette
1931-09-21
123½Ginger Jones12621 6 6
Pavilion, Mountain Ash, Wales, United Kingdom
W KO9/15
 W  
KO
9/15
  
1931-08-25
117Pete Sanstol11777 2 5
Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
W SD15/15
 W  
SD
15/15
  
referee: Gen. John V. Clinnin   judges: Tommy MurphyGasper Demers
National Boxing Association World bantamweight title
NYSAC World bantamweight title
Canadian Boxing Federation & Montreal Athletic Commission World Bantamweight Title
"It was the biggest gate in the history of boxing in Montreal." New York Times
12,300 fans paid $27,400. (Calgary Daily Herald)
Brown stripped of NYSAC Title in Sep 1934
1931-06-15
123½Johnny Cuthbert124106 24 17
Olympia, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
LDQ8/15
 L 
DQ
8/15
  
referee: Tom Gamble
Cuthbert down in the third and fifth rounds.
1931-05-21
121½Teddy Baldock124¼73 3 3
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
W TKO12/15
 W  
TKO
12/15
  
referee: Owen Moran
Referee Moran stopped the bout after Baldock had been floored four times and was still on his knees after the last knockdown.
Attendance: 12,000
1931-04-30
Julien Verbist8 7 5
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W KO8/10
 W  
KO
8/10
  
Often incorrectly recorded as occurring April 23.
1931-04-15
Roger Simende50 18 11
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
The proceeds of this bout were devoted to financing an expedition across Central Africa under the direction of the Trocadero Museum in Paris. New York Times
1931-04-13
123¼Jack Garland12619 6 2
King's Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
The Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Tuesday 14 April 1931 P 15
1931-03-23
120¼Douglas Parker12660 37 5
New St James Hall, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
W TKO11/15
 W  
TKO
11/15
  
Brown floored Parker three times in the seventh, and Parker's seconds threw in the sponge after Parker was knocked down in the 11th round. Source:The Scotsman
1931-03-09
123½Billy Farrell12218 10 1
King's Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
W TKO3/15
 W  
TKO
3/15
  
referee: Joe Bowker
The Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Tuesday 10 March 1931 P 15
1931-02-11
Nic Bensa60 21 9
Salle Playel, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-11-08
121¼Nic Bensa124¾59 19 8
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Henri Bernstein
1930-10-22
123¾Jose Girones124¼67 6 2
Plaza de Toros Monumental, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Henri Bernstein
Referee was sole judge; both boxer wore "foul-proof" cups.
1930-10-04
117½Eugene Huat117¼34 11 2
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W UD15/15
 W  
UD
15/15
  
referee: Moss Deyong
IBU World (1913 - 1946) bantamweight title
NBA had vacated bantam title; IBU requested NBA to recognize Brown but it is unclear if it did so..
1930-08-29
122Johnny Vacca12339 24 5
Newfield Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
W TKO3/10
 W  
TKO
3/10
  
From the Boston Globe/i>.
1930-07-23
122½Domenico Bernasconi122½33 12 3
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Bernasconi scored a nine-count knockdown.
1930-07-04
Calvin Reed11 9 2
Maryland Ball Park, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
This bout has been incorrectly reported as occurring May 10 1930 at New Bedford, Mass.
1930-06-24
122¼Mickey Doyle12633 17 2
Watres Armory, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-06-18
124Benny Brostoff12134 20 5
Bayonne, New Jersey, USA
W TKO2/10
 W  
TKO
2/10
  
The referee stopped the bout after Brown opened a bad cut over Brostoff's eye.
1930-06-16
122Johnny McCoy12078 24 13
Heywood Arena, West Springfield, Massachusetts, USA
W TKO6/10
 W  
TKO
6/10
  
referee: Jack Dekkers
1930-06-05
121½Milton Cohen124¾39 21 8
Lakewood Arena, Waterbury, Connecticut, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
1930-04-21
Al Gillette14 9 0
New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
W KO9/0
 W  
KO
9/0
  
1930-04-15
KO Morgan13 2 0
Convention Hall, Toledo, Ohio, USA
W DQ7/10
 W  
DQ
7/10
  
referee: Ollie Pecord
The Toledo News-Bee reported that Morgan, who had been dropped in rounds 2 and 3, 'stalled, clung, crouched and lagged' through seven rounds until waved to his corner for failing to put up a fight. Following Morgan's poor showing he was fined $1000 by the Toledo boxing commission and suspended indefinitely.
1930-03-14
122½Tommy Paul121¾38 2 5
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA
DPTS6/6
 D 
PTS
6/6
  
referee: Louis Marks   judges: Frank KipfelWilliam Gray
1930-02-18
120Johnny Canzoneri1213 1 0
Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-02-08
116½Johnny Erickson11725 19 6
Olympia Boxing Club, New York, New York, USA
W DQ4/15
 W  
DQ
4/15
  
time: 2:40   referee: Jack Dorman
NYSAC World bantamweight title
National Boxing Association World bantamweight title
Brown easily evaded Erickson's rushes and piled up a big lead before the foul. Erickson was warned repeatedly for hitting low before he was disqualified. Brown had been floored by a punch to the groin, but he waved aside Referee Dorman, arose to resume fighting, only to be floored by another low blow. Erickson's purse was ordered held up.
1930-01-25
123½Pinky Silverberg120¼29 21 14
Arena Polar, Havana, Cuba
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Lou Magnolia
1929-08-28
121¼Knud Larsen125¾34 3 3
Stadion, Copenhagen, Denmark
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
Generally reported as a title defense by Brown; sanctioning body unknown.
On October 7, President Edward Foster announced that, following a telegraphic conference among its members, the National Boxing Association was proclaiming Brown the World Bantamweight Champion. The New York Times, Oct. 8, p. 24. Brown went back home to Panama in November to an exhuberant "hero's welcome."
1929-07-26
121¼Battling Battalino12517 1 2
Bulkeley Stadium, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
On July 25, the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission indefinitely suspended Brown and his manager, Dave Lumiansky, for failing to show for a July 24 bout against Matty White at Philadelphia. (UP report) report of Brown-Battalino From the Hartford Courant (Jack Kincaid).
1929-07-16
121Vernon Cormier12016 5 0
Exposition Building, Portland, Maine, USA
W KO4/12
 W  
KO
4/12
  
1929-07-03
119½Vic Burrone117½39 23 11
Newark, New Jersey, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1929-06-18
117½Gregorio Vidal116¾33 3 4
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens, New York, USA
W UD15/15
 W  
UD
15/15
  
referee: Lou Magnolia   judges: Harold BarnesGeorge Patrick
vacant NYSAC World bantamweight title
Vidal was floored three times in the 13th.
Although the NYSAC had not officially designated the earlier May 22, 1929 bout between Kid Chocolate and Fidel LaBarba a bantamweight titular affair, it had "strongly advised" those boxers to weigh in at 118 pounds, but both boxers entered the ring overweight. The NYSAC then offered Brown and Gregorio a similar title opportunity. Brown won the NYSAC's 'defending world champion' title--to become Latin America's first boxing World Champion.
1929-04-09
Joe Cadman1 3 1
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W KO3/0
 W  
KO
3/0
  
1929-03-23
121¼Domenico Bernasconi119¾30 6 3
Frontón Jai-Alai, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Reported as meeting between World Champion Brown and European Champion Bernasconi.
Brown's manager, Dave Lumiansky, told the New York press two months later that his fighter had won from Bernasconi the International Boxing Union (IBU) Bantamweight World Title with this bout.
1929-01-29
122Gustave Humery12333 6 1
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W KO1/12
 W  
KO
1/12
  
time: 0:15
Brown and Humery came to the center of the ring, both having prearranged to do away with handshaking. Brown immediately landed a right on the Frenchman's jaw five seconds after the opening bell. The referee counted Humery out, resulting in an official KO at 0:15. Promoter Jeff Dickson claimed this to be the quickest KO ever, outside of the United States. (The 0:12 KOs by Battling Nelson April 5, 1902, and by Billy Weeks Dec. 18, 1915, are believed to be the quickest ever in boxing history.)
1928-12-18
122½Harry Corbett126106 26 16
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
Boxing December 26, 1928
1928-11-17
122Johnny Cuthbert124¼87 22 12
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
DPTS12/12
 D 
PTS
12/12
  
"The decision was greated with protests from the public, who regarded it as an injustice to the British fighter." The Times, Nov 19, 1928.
1928-09-13
118¾Kid Francis117½66 3 2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1928-06-21
122Billy Shaw122½5 7 1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W KO1/8
 W  
KO
1/8
  
time: 1:43
1928-04-27
Eddie O'Dowd46 18 9
Armory, Toledo, Ohio, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Newspaper decision from the Toledo News-Bee
1928-04-10
120Steve Nugent12113 6 4
Armory, Toledo, Ohio, USA
W DQ2/10
 W  
DQ
2/10
  
Nugent was disqualified for punching low.
1928-03-23
121Benny Schwartz120½67 20 6
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1927-12-18
Henri Scillie63 7 7
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
1927-12-10
121¼Andre Routis12546 17 6
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1927-11-22
Henri Scillie62 7 7
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
LPTS12/12
 L 
PTS
12/12
  
1927-10-18
Albert Ryall19 34 10
Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W KO2/0
 W  
KO
2/0
  
1927-05-10
Young Ciclone34 6 4
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1927-04-02
Eugene Criqui124½100 14 15
Velodrome d'Hiver, Paris, Paris, France
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
1927-03-08
Kid Socks49 16 9
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W KO5/12
 W  
KO
5/12
  
1927-01-25
Edouard Mascart31 12 7
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
W TKO5/0
 W  
TKO
5/0
  
1926-12-14
Henri Scillie56 5 4
Cirque de Paris, Paris, Paris, France
DPTS12/12
 D 
PTS
12/12
  
Panama Al, not Jimmy Brown as per L'Epress du Midi, Dec 16, 1926
1926-12-01
Roger Fabregues7 10 4
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
1926-11-11
Antoine Merlo9 5 2
Salle Wagram, Paris, Paris, France
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
Brown debuts in Europe
1926-09-02
121Joe Ryder12023 25 11
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W DQ4/10
 W  
DQ
4/10
  
1926-08-05
Harry Forbes19 3 11
Albany, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1926-07-08
118Pete Zivic11827 20 4
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1926-06-26
119Billy Marlowe11916 19 6
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO4/0
 W  
KO
4/0
  
1926-06-05
118Jacques Pettibon1181 12 5
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
1926-05-21
118Teddy Silva11527 16 21
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W KO3/0
 W  
KO
3/0
  
1926-04-23
118½Abe Goldstein11965 14 7
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1926-04-10
Willie O'Connell45 7 6
Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn, New York, USA
DPTS6/6
 D 
PTS
6/6
  
1926-03-20
117½Eddie O'Dowd119½32 11 7
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1926-02-06
117Dominick Petrone11814 5 7
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1925-12-12
Tommy Hughes7 4 0
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-11-14
Marty Gold28 7 6
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-10-16
115Johnny Breslin11419 8 7
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-10-03
Bobby Green28 8 10
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-09-21
Joey Ross11 2 7
Oakland A.A., Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Brown won ND (Jack Kincaid research)
1925-09-09
Davey Adelman11 2 0
Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-08-22
Eddie Flank5 1 1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-06-27
115¼Johnny Breslin114¾14 7 7
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-06-11
Frankie Murray15 10 4
Bacharach Ball Park, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
LDQ1/10
 L 
DQ
1/10
  
1925-05-16
115Dominick Petrone11710 4 4
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
Petrone was a substitute.
1925-02-19
Davey Abad18 7 7
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
1925-02-07
Terry Miller9 14 13
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1925-01-03
Jimmy Russo18 7 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1924-12-06
Jimmy Russo17 6 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
1924-11-11
112Tommy Milton11121 9 3
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS15/15
 W  
PTS
15/15
  
1924-10-25
Frankie Ash63 16 9
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO1/15
 W  
KO
1/15
  
1924-09-27
Billy Marlowe14 11 4
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1924-09-13
Willie Salterdebut
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO1/0
 W  
KO
1/0
  
1924-08-30
Joey Russell4 1 1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1924-08-09
George McNallydebut
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W TKO4/10
 W  
TKO
4/10
  
referee: Tommy Sheridan
1924-06-28
Allie Kaufmann6 5 1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO1/0
 W  
KO
1/0
  
1924-06-07
114½Willie LaMorte118¼7 6 3
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO2/12
 W  
KO
2/12
  
1924-05-24
Joe Colletti23 4 3
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1924-05-03
Bobby Burns5 1 1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO7/0
 W  
KO
7/0
  
1924-04-12
Willie Farley2 12 8
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO1/0
 W  
KO
1/0
  
1923-12-17
112¾Willie LaMorte112½6 6 3
Arena, Trenton, New Jersey, USA
LNWS8/8
 L 
NWS
8/8
  
referee: Frank Midge Ferguson
Trenton Evening Times. Brown floored in the 6th.
1923-12-12
Willie Darcy13 13 7
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1923-10-13
112Bernie Hyams113debut
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W KO3/6
 W  
KO
3/6
  
1923-10-06
113Bobby Risden118¾8 1 2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
DPTS6/6
 D 
PTS
6/6
  
1923-09-22
Tommy Martindebut
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USA
W TKO1/6
 W  
TKO
1/6
  
time: 0:29   referee: Andy Griffin
Martin down twice and referee stopped the bout.
1923-08-22
113Johnny Breslin1134 1 1
Velodrome, New York, New York, USA
DPTS4/4
 D 
PTS
4/4
  
Brown's American debut. The Ring August 1985, pp. 26-27; NY Times.
1923-02-11
Pedro Troncoso10 3 7
Central American Stadium, Colon, Panama
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
From the Panama Star & Herald. The fight was close and the decision was disputed. This was the last fight for Kid Theophilo (later called "Panama Al Brown") before his first fight in the United States, 22 August 1923. He had difficulty finding fights in Panama because of his unsual height and reach.
1922-12-09
Sailor Patchett6 2 1
Central American Stadium, Colon, Panama
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
vacant Panamanian flyweight title
From the Panama Star & Herald. Patchett was down in round three, and Brown (fighting as "Kid Theophilo" should have received the decision). The decision in this fight was not a win for Brown, as given here previosly.
1922-10-07
Young Jeff Clark9 5 11
Colon Stadium, Colon, Panama
W TKO6/10
 W  
TKO
6/10
  
From the Panama Star & Herald. Brown continued to fight under the name "Kid Theophilo" It was said that Clark had been fighting in the United States.
1922-09-09
Kid Pelkey0 2 0
Excelsior Theater, Panama City, Panama
W TKO4/8
 W  
TKO
4/8
  
From the Panama Star & Herald. Brown was still being billed as "Kid Theophilo."
1922-07-29
Ernie Rijfkogel1 0 2
American Theater, Colon, Panama
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
From the Panama Star & Herald.
1922-05-21
Battling Millerdebut
Colon City, Panama
W TKO5/8
 W  
TKO
5/8
  
From the Panama Star & Herald. Brown continued to be billed as "Kid Theophilo."
1922-04-22
Montalbo Kiddebut
Colon City, Panama
W KO2/6
 W  
KO
2/6
  
From the Panama Star & Herald. This result was reported belatedly on 21 May 1922.
1922-03-19
Jose Morenodebut
Colon City, Panama
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
Brown's professional debut. The Ring, August 1985, pp. 26-27. Reported in the Panama Star & Herald. Brown was billed as "Kid Theophilo."
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