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Mickey Walker

W L D
94 19 4
60 KOs 6 KOs
last 6


bouts 119
rounds 801
KOs 37%
 
global ID 9035
birth nameEdward Patrick Walker
aliasToy Bulldog
born 1901-07-13
death date1981-04-28 / age 79
debut1919-02-10 / age 17
divisionmiddleweight
stanceorthodox
height5′ 7″   /   170cm
reach
67″   /   170cm
residence
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
birth place
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA

newspaper decisions
bouts rounds won lost drawn
164 450 37 6 2

Career Record

date lbs opponent lbs
record 
location
result 
rounds
1935-12-02
174¾Erich Seelig163½27 6 2
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USA
LTKO7/10
 L 
TKO
7/10
  
1935-10-25
170Mickey McAvoy1865 11 1
Kalurah Temple, Binghamton, New York, USA
W KO2/8
 W  
KO
2/8
  
1935-09-26
172½Eddie Whalen16591 26 12
Odd Fellows' Hall, Albany, New York, USA
W TKO3/10
 W  
TKO
3/10
  
time: 1:10
1935-09-20
162¼Charley Weise165½9 15 1
Luna Park Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS6/6
 W  
PTS
6/6
  
1935-09-12
169Joe Gorman16239 28 14
Fort Hamilton Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W PTS8/8
 W  
PTS
8/8
  
1935-08-29
168Thys Menger1685 11 3
Fort Hamilton Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USA
W KO2/8
 W  
KO
2/8
  
1935-08-12
173Lou Poster18322 12 5
Arena Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
time: 0:28   referee: Tommy O'Keefe
"A typical old-time Walker left hook smashed the Pennsylvanian down for the count 28 seconds after the second round started. Walker opened the session by buckling Poster's knees with a pair of stiff right hands. Then he whipped the left over and the Pottstown battler fell face forward, not moving as Referee Tommy O'Keefe tolled the count." (Burlington Free Press, Aug. 13th)
1935-07-29
168½John Andersson171¼24 9 13
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USA
LPTS6/6
 L 
PTS
6/6
  
This was the main bout on the program.
1934-12-03
162Paul Pirrone15963 21 3
Convention Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
LKO11/12
 L 
KO
11/12
  
1934-11-26
161Tait Littman162½34 11 1
Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Red Robinson   judges: Frank BrownFrank Smith
1934-11-12
164Paul Pirrone16062 21 3
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
LMD10/10
 L 
MD
10/10
  
Walker was down for a nine-count in round eight.
1934-10-24
163Natie Brown18930 17 6
Auditorium, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Charley Reynolds   judges: C. Carroll DunnHenri DiSibour
Reynolds called it a draw, Dunn voted for Walker and DiSibour for Brown (Washington Post).
1934-08-14
157½Young Corbett III154½103 9 22
Seals Stadium, San Francisco, California, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Toby Irwin
1934-05-08
176Maxie Rosenbloom178160 30 21
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Frank Holborow
1934-04-13
169Bob Godwin174½77 9 10
Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USA
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Eddie Burns
1934-04-06
170Maxie Maxwell17512 7 9
Coliseum, San Diego, California, USA
W TKO5/10
 W  
TKO
5/10
  
time: 0:16
1934-03-29
171Tom Patrick18628 22 4
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Larry McGrath
1934-01-29
175Bob Godwin175½76 9 9
Dixie Theatre, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
DPTS10/10
 D 
PTS
10/10
  
1933-12-04
172½Les Kennedy198½44 26 1
Laurel Garden, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
1933-11-03
173½Maxie Rosenbloom173¾154 27 17
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
LUD15/15
 L 
UD
15/15
  
referee: Eddie Forbes
World Light Heavyweight Title
Referee Forbes voted for Walker, "to the surprise of everybody who learned of this vote before they left the Garden. The referee's ballot, however, was not considered in the decision because of the unanimity of the two judges. Under the State Athletic Commission rules, when the judges agree their vote carries the decision.... Forbes said after the battle that he warned Rosenbloom repeatedly for holding, hitting on the break and striking with the open glove." New York Times Forbes scored it 9-4-2 for Walker, and the judges had it 11-3-1 and 9-6 for Rosenbloom.
1933-07-06
170Lou Brouillard16172 12 1
Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
The crowd of 16,000 broke all Garden boxing attendance records for the previous two years. New York Times
1933-04-24
179George Manley17286 15 9
Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1932-12-06
175Arthur De Kuh22344 13 1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
time: 1:48
1932-09-26
174Max Schmeling18844 5 3
Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, Queens, New York, USA
LTKO8/15
 L 
TKO
8/15
  
referee: Jack Denning
Jack Kearns, Walker's manager, signaled Referee Denning to stop the bout. New York Times
1932-07-25
169Salvatore Ruggirello205½21 27 0
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
1932-06-24
171½Johnny Risko198½51 33 6
Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
LUD12/12
 L 
UD
12/12
  
referee: Freddy Block   judges: Herb WilliamsJim Murray
1932-05-26
170Paulino Uzcudun19745 12 2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
"The punch that turned the sympathies of the crowd to the veteran Spaniard and the tide of the battle to Walker came after the bell ended the eighth round. Paulino had landed a left hook to the body just after the bell. But he dropped his hands and stepped back and, as he did, Walker swung a right that split the Spaniard's left eyebrow wide open. That blow beat Paulino for Walker opened the cut with the first punch in the ninth round and, blinded by blood, Paulino could do little from then on." (Associated Press)
1932-04-29
172King Levinsky19541 15 4
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W SD10/10
 W  
SD
10/10
  
1932-03-11
Jimmy Mahoney13 20 6
McCullough's Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
W TKO2/10
 W  
TKO
2/10
  
referee: Ira Dern
1932-03-08
Jackie Williams4 11 0
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
1931-08-17
167Jack Gagnon20942 23 1
Bison Stadium, Buffalo, New York, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
time: 0:37   referee: Dick Coffey
1931-07-22
169½Jack Sharkey198½33 8 1
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USA
DPTS15/15
 D 
PTS
15/15
  
referee: Arthur Donovan   judges: George KellyCharles F. Mathison
1931-04-10
168Bearcat Wright21048 12 15
Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
"Mickey Walker, fighting a man who weighed 42 pounds more than he, was on the floor in one round of his fight last night with Bearcat Wright, Omaha Negro, but came back to win. . . . Walker went down for a count of three in the first, but wasn't hurt seriously and in the second he floored the giant Negro for a short count. Walker held the edge from then on and had Wright hanging on the ropes at the end of the tenth and final round." (Daily Northwestern)
1931-02-25
165½Johnny Risko19445 29 6
Madison Square Garden Stadium, Miami, Florida, USA
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
Walker won "due chiefly to a furious last two rounds in which he punched Risko groggy with vicious left hooks to the head and body". (New York Times)
1931-01-23
165½Joe Lohman17928 64 11
Armory, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
W TKO6/10
 W  
TKO
6/10
  
1931-01-19
163½Herman Weiner19222 12 0
104th Regiment Armory, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
time: 1:40
New York Times and Professional Boxing in Maryland 1930-1940.
1931-01-12
163½Matt Adgie173½36 15 3
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
1930-11-28
166¼KO Christner20225 9 0
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
The audience booed, convinced that Christner had taken a dive. They also hooted Walker and his manager, Jack Kearns (Jack Dempsey's former manager), from the ring. (AP)
1930-11-07
166Johnny Risko193¾44 27 6
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Risko was down for a nine count in the 2nd round. (Associated Press)
1930-10-22
165Homer Sheridan164½21 11 4
Forum, Wichita, Kansas, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
time: 1:42
1930-10-17
Tiger Johnny Cline95 49 29
Gayety Theater, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
time: 1:40
From the St. Louis Globe-Democrat (Laurence Fielding).
1930-10-13
165Mike Mandell17821 10 0
Coliseum, Des Moines, Iowa, USA
W TKO1/10
 W  
TKO
1/10
  
1930-10-03
164Del Fontaine16421 15 4
Auditorium, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
1930-09-24
162½Paul Swiderski18313 9 1
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Henry Lewis
"Referee Hank Lewis raised aloft the left arm of Walker in token of victory after a contest that taxed the patience of the capacity crowd attracted to the match on the strength of the meeting between the two at Louisville, Ky, last May 16, when Swiderski floored the titleholder seven times in two rounds, but all the excitement of that Louisville struggle must have had a discouraging effect on Swiderski for he refused to fight last night and seemed content to survive the ten rounds.... Walker's victory was not impressive, he won simply because he did what little fighting the bout held." New York Times
1930-08-20
163Vincent Forgione16449 32 4
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-07-30
163Willie Oster1688 14 0
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO3/10
 W  
KO
3/10
  
1930-05-23
164Charlie Belanger17548 13 7
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1930-05-16
167½Paul Swiderski178½12 9 1
Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Walker won the newspaper decision according to the Louisville Courier-Journal and all known out-of-town reports. Walker was knocked down three times in round two. In the third round, Walker was knocked down for nine, but got up and gave Swiderski a drubbing, including a knockdown. The 4th and 5th rounds were even, and then Walker took charge and won the last five.
1930-03-28
165KO White13 13 10
Davenport, Iowa, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
White went down seven times in the bout.
1930-03-24
Charley Arthurs22 30 10
Flint, Michigan, USA
W TKO4/10
 W  
TKO
4/10
  
1930-03-17
167¾Jimmy Mahoney173¼13 16 5
White City Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
1930-02-14
163½Leo Lomski173¼69 12 3
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1929-10-29
159½Ace Hudkins15660 11 12
Wrigley Field, Los Angeles, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Jack Kennedy
World Middleweight Title
1929-08-19
164Leo Lomski172½66 9 3
Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
"Until the 5th Lomski was superior and in that round he almost knocked Walker out. Then Walker staged a courageous comeback and fought furiously to win the decision." (Sydney Morning Herald)
1929-03-28
165Tommy Loughran173¼56 7 5
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA
LSD10/10
 L 
SD
10/10
  
referee: Davy Miller 5-4   judges: Lou Klein 1-8, Phil Collins 2-6
World Light Heavyweight Title
1929-02-22
165Cowboy Jack Willis16330 16 4
Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Jim Griffin
In the first round Walker dropped Willis with a left to the body. Willis regained his feet at once, but from that time on fought a losing battle. For Walker won every round until the ninth, when Willis rallied to win the stanza. Walker had Willis in a "bad way" with hard body punches but was unable to put him away.
1928-08-27
164¾Armand Emanuel17627 1 1
Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA
W KO7/10
 W  
KO
7/10
  
"Walker plainly outclassed his willing and heavier opponent for the entire route. The fight started slow with the first two rounds almost even, then Walker started jabbing his left into Emanuel's face, supllementing hard body blows with his right for the remainder of the match. A hard right to the jaw sent Emanuel down for the count of nine just before he went down for the final count." (Associated Press)
1928-06-21
158Ace Hudkins15555 9 12
Comiskey Park, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W SD10/10
 W  
SD
10/10
  
referee: Eddie Purdy   judges: Ed KleinHarry Carroll
World Middleweight Title
Both judges voted for Walker while Referee Purdy voted for Hudkins. 30,000 fans saw bout.
1928-06-05
159½Jock Malone15776 17 7
Lexington Park, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
World Middleweight Title
Although a no-decision bout Walker's title was at stake if he lost inside the distance
The New York Times reports this as a win for Walker who "swarmed all over Malone and dealt severe punishment to the St. Paul's boxer's body throughout the fight". $15,000 Gate
1928-05-28
Tony Marullo35 28 2
Olympic Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1928-05-21
George Smith8 6 2
Armory, Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO4/10
 W  
KO
4/10
  
Smith down 6 times in the third round.
1928-02-22
161¼Cowboy Jack Willis16328 13 3
State Armory, San Francisco, California, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
"The decision was very close but just and many of 12,000 spectators who attended the fight thought that Willis won." (The Ring, April 1928).
1927-11-25
161Paul Berlenbach173½35 4 3
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Berlenbach was dropped twice.
1927-11-01
162Mike McTigue171½69 13 4
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W TKO1/10
 W  
TKO
1/10
  
time: 2:15   referee: Dave Barry
McTigue down fourth time when Jimmy Johnston throws in the sponge
1927-08-24
160Wilson Yarbo1626 2 0
Taylor Bowl, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
W UD12/12
 W  
UD
12/12
  
1927-06-30
159½Tommy Milligan159¼43 6 1
Olympia, Kensington, London, United Kingdom
W KO10/20
 W  
KO
10/20
  
World Middleweight Title
Milligan is the European Middleweight Champion at this time. "Walker floored Milligan in the seventh round, the European champion was down for a count of seven the first time and needed nine after the second knowckdown before he was able to regain his feet. He managed to get by the round, however. Milligan showed great recuperative power and came back strong enough in the eighth to hold Walker off and make a contest of it.... A right to the jaw was the deciding blow.... Milligan went down for the fifth and last time." (Associated Press)
1927-02-01
161¼Mickey Wallace152¾7 1 1
Civic Auditorium, Fresno, California, USA
W TKO3/10
 W  
TKO
3/10
  
time: 1:22   referee: Toby Irwin
1926-12-03
154½Tiger Flowers159104 13 4
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Benny Yanger
World Middleweight Title
The Chicago Tribune had three reporters at ringside and all scored Flowers as a decisive winner. "The referee was the sole arbiter in Illinois rule (at this time). "Referee Benny Yanger said he based his decision on Walker landing the cleaner punches, and that Flowers only slapped with an open glove. Tiger also was guilty of sticking a thumb in Mickey's eyes on occasion, and also of heeling..Spectators at ringside couldn't believe it when the saw Referee Yanger hold up Walker's hand as the winner." Flowers was down in round nine. The gate was $77,137." From the Chicago Tribune, Bob Soderman.
1926-11-22
156Jock Malone155½70 10 6
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Joe O'Connor
1926-11-01
155Joe Simonich154½27 19 12
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
1926-10-04
154Shuffle Callahan154½16 6 1
Dexter Park Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W TKO5/10
 W  
TKO
5/10
  
Walker gave Callahan a severe trouncing, knocking him down twice in round one, once in round three, and "punched him full of holes" in round four and five until the referee stopped it.
1926-06-24
148Joe Dundee143½61 10 9
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
LTKO8/10
 L 
TKO
8/10
  
time: 2:53   referee: Eddie Forbes   judges: Tom FlynnBilly Joh
Referee Forbes stopped the bout after Walker was "bleeding so freely from the wounded eye that it was difficult for him to see...." Walker entered the ring with a "plastic covering" over the eye, indicating that there had been a preexisting wound. New York Times
1926-05-20
144Pete Latzo14638 3 2
Watres Armory, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
LUD10/10
 L 
UD
10/10
  
referee: Frank Floyd   judges: Mike BernsteinJohn Kofoed
World Welterweight Title
"Latzo won decisively simple because he ws a better boxer than Walker. He stood up under the terific body punishment the champion inflicted and despite this attack was able to come back with a counter-offensive tht invariably swept Walker before it and not infrequently had the defending champion stung and staggering." Both judges awarded the fight to Latzo while the referee, who was therefore not required under Pennsylvania law, called it a draw. (James P. Dawson, New York Times) Both judges voted for Latzo and Referee did not vote.
1925-11-25
146½Sailor Friedman14328 9 4
Newark Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
World Welterweight Title
Walker won 'Newspaper Decision' according to Sioux City Journal (Westbrooke Pegler from ringside)
1925-09-21
144½Dave Shade14775 14 49
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, USA
W SD15/15
 W  
SD
15/15
  
referee: Patsy Haley   judges: Dick NugentGeorge Kelly
World Welterweight Title
1925-08-24
150Sailor Friedman15126 8 4
East Chicago, Indiana, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Walker won 'Newspaper Decision' (Chicago Tribune and New York Times)
1925-07-02
152Harry Greb15991 6 3
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USA
LUD15/15
 L 
UD
15/15
  
referee: Eddie Purdy
World Middleweight Title
The second round was sensational, one of the greatest of all time. In the 14th round, Walker was hammered all over the ring after being staggered by a right to the jaw. Source: Grantland Rice, New York Herald Tribune.
1925-05-16
153Lefty Cooper15425 3 7
Ewing Field, San Francisco, California, USA
W KO1/10
 W  
KO
1/10
  
referee: Larry McGrath
1925-02-24
Bert Colima80 12 14
Arena, Vernon, California, USA
W DQ7/12
 W  
DQ
7/12
  
referee: Harry Lee
Colima down in 1st and 7th; Colima's manager tried to apply smelling salts to Colima while referee was counting, thus prompting the disqualification
1925-01-07
149¾Mike McTigue16058 9 3
1st Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
World Light Heavyweight Title
Newspaper decision from NY Times & UP & AP
, and also from the Newark Star-Eagle. Walker, reigning welterweight champion
1924-12-08
148¼Jock Malone153¾53 8 3
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Walker won 9 out of the 10 rounds according to the New York Times
1924-10-29
147Jock Malone15252 8 3
113th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Popular verdict - a win for Walker, who won nearly every round from Malone. However,Malone boxed cleverly and kept out of trouble most of the way. Also from the Newark Star-Eagle (Herb Goldman, which reported that Malone won decisively.
1924-10-01
146¾Bobby Barrett14719 11 1
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO6/10
 W  
KO
6/10
  
time: 1:33
National Boxing Association World welterweight title
Barrett down 7 times in the first round. From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Zabala & Kincaid).
1924-06-02
147Lew Tendler142¾36 5 0
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
referee: Slim Brennan   judges: Owen BarrettHarry McMahon
National Boxing Association World welterweight title
1924-04-21
149Johnny Gill15416 4 0
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W UD10/10
 W  
UD
10/10
  
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Kincaid & Zabala).
1924-03-10
Mike Dempsey18 7 4
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
W TKO5/10
 W  
TKO
5/10
  
"A scheduled ten-round fight between Mickey Walker, welterweight champion, and Mike Dempsey of Rochester N.Y. was stopped in the fifth round here tonight by Referee Joe Keeley, who claimed Dempsey was stalling. He awarded a technical knockout to Walker." Titusville Herald
1924-03-03
Eddie Billings9 4 4
Danceland Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA
W TKO5/10
 W  
TKO
5/10
  
Referee stopped the bout as Billings had been hit with a kidney punch and was helpless.
1924-02-15
Wildcat Nelson4 11 2
Naval Yard, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
W TKO4/0
 W  
TKO
4/0
  
1923-12-21
148Moe Herscovitch1509 12 1
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
W KO6/10
 W  
KO
6/10
  
Walker suffered a cut over his left eye from an accidental butt in the first round. He said it was the first time he'd ever been cut. Herscovitch was down 5 times. "The crowd was satisfied. They had seen a game man's courage put to the test and they had seeon of the renowned battling champions cut loose with all the heavy stuff he had." - Toronto Star
1923-10-08
Jimmy Jones15 1 0
Dreamland Park, Newark, New Jersey, USA
NNC9/12
 N 
NC
9/12
  
referee: Danny Sullivan
National Boxing Association World welterweight title
Both men apparently not trying; Walker claiming bad hands.
Both Jones and Walker suspended for 1 year by Jersey Commission
Jones was stripped of his NYSAC title upon entering the ring with Walker, who was under suspension in NY
1923-09-20
Bobby Green16 6 3
Coliseum, Davenport, Iowa, USA
W TKO8/10
 W  
TKO
8/10
  
1923-07-16
Nate Siegel34 12 14
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO10/12
 W  
KO
10/12
  
1923-07-02
Cowboy Padgett14 4 14
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
W TKO11/12
 W  
TKO
11/12
  
Padgett was unable to continue after the pair had tumbled out of the ring.
1923-05-16
Cowboy Padgett14 4 14
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
referee: Harry Ertle
Walker "won every one of the ten rounds, flooring Padget in the first with a right cross to the chin, and dropping him again in the fourth with a left hook." (Appleton Post Crescent)
1923-05-03
Morrie Schlaifer18 10 0
Dexter Park Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, USA
W KO6/10
 W  
KO
6/10
  
1923-04-04
147Johnny Riley15113 2 0
South Main Street Armory, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO2/10
 W  
KO
2/10
  
referee: Harry Ertle
1923-03-22
146¼Pete Latzo144½15 0 0
113th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
referee: Harry Ertle
World Welterweight Title at risk.
(Chicago Tribune) Latzo down in the fourth and ninth rounds.
1923-03-14
149½Charley Nashert15330 9 4
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
Billed as Charlie Fitzsimmons. Both fighters were suspended for "an unsatisfactory effort". (Spokane Spokesman Review 4/12/1923)
1923-03-05
147½Johnny Gill15214 4 0
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Inquirer.
1923-02-23
Johnny Griffiths29 5 13
109th Infantry Armory, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
referee: Harry Ertle
Newspaper decision from Scranton Republican
1923-01-15
Steve Latzo16 11 1
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W KO3/8
 W  
KO
3/8
  
1922-12-18
148½Phil Krug1548 2 1
6th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
(New York Times)
1922-11-01
144¼Jack Britton14666 12 16
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USA
W UD15/15
 W  
UD
15/15
  
World Welterweight Title
Britton down in 12th
1922-09-14
Artie Bird2 1 0
New York, New York, USA
W KO8/0
 W  
KO
8/0
  
1922-08-25
Wildcat Nelson2 7 2
Ocean Park Casino, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA
LDQ2/8
 L 
DQ
2/8
  
1922-08-02
149½Jock Malone14932 2 3
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
LPTS10/10
 L 
PTS
10/10
  
referee: Phil Powers   judges: G. Edward DixonJimmy Winston
1922-06-29
Georgie Ward15 3 1
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Newark Evening News and the Chicago Tribune both had Ward winning--The News had Ward winning 8 out of the twelve rounds. Walker was reputedly fighting with a bad left arm.
1922-06-26
148Lou Bogash16546 5 9
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
LPTS12/12
 L 
PTS
12/12
  
referee: George F. Freeman
Boston Globe. Bogash substituted for Jock Malone, who "ran out of the match." The Boston Herald stated that "Mickey fought nothing like a wonder fighter against Bogash. If the contest had been a week ago matters might have been different. Walker was ready a week ago and the extra time and the disappointment of not having Malone for his opponent plainly threw him off his fighting stride.
1922-05-29
Pal Reed34 8 1
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W TKO4/12
 W  
TKO
4/12
  
1922-05-09
149Harlem Eddie Kelly14712 28 8
City Hall, Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA
NNC3/10
 N 
NC
3/10
  
referee: George F. Freeman   judges: William DesmondP.H. Casely
1922-03-14
150½Jack Palmer1512 3 0
Ice Palace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
LDQ5/8
 L 
DQ
5/8
  
From Philadelphia newspapers.
1922-02-23
Soldier Bartfield43 11 6
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post, Chicago Tribune; Brideport Telegram. etc/
1922-02-10
147½Johnny Griffiths148½28 4 12
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W TKO9/10
 W  
TKO
9/10
  
time: 0:50   referee: Jack Sheehan   judges: Jim HarmonFred Lincoln
1922-01-31
Soldier Bartfield43 11 6
Ice Palace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
This was a very hard battle according to the Boston Globe. Walker won the newspaper decision according to the Philadelphia Public Ledger and Philadelphia Record.
Ring Magazine concurs the result.
1922-01-23
148¾Georgie Ward147¼14 3 0
1st Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1922-01-10
145Soldier Bartfield15243 11 5
Ice Palace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Public Ledger. The Inquirer had the same.
1922-01-09
Johnny Griffiths28 4 12
4th Regiment Armory, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
"Six of the twelve rounds went to Walker, three were even and Griffiths was favored with three." (Appleton Post Crescent)
1921-12-30
147Nate Siegel14427 6 11
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
W PTS10/10
 W  
PTS
10/10
  
Walker handed Siegel a licking.
1921-12-21
Dave Shade46 10 45
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-11-21
148½Dave Shade145½46 9 44
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USA
W TKO8/12
 W  
TKO
8/12
  
Walker was winning handily when Shade had to retire because of a dislocated hand. (Jack Kincaid)
1921-08-25
147½Wildcat Nelson1511 5 2
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-08-19
Shamus O'Brien9 7 1
Ocean Park Casino, Long Branch, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from the Long Branch Daily Record (Herb Goldman). "While Walker succeeded in gaining the verdict over his older opponent, O'Brien proved to be anything but a setup." O'Brien employed hit-and-grab tactics, leading and then grabbing Walker before he had much chance of retaliating. However, Walker frequently broke "O'Brien's arm-locks and beat the Yonkers boy unmercifully about the body on these occasions." The newspaper gave Walker five rounds, O'Brien two, and called five even.
1921-07-18
146½Jack Britton14962 12 14
Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USA
DNWS12/12
 D 
NWS
12/12
  
referee: Jimmy DeForest
The New York Evening Journal stated that Britton was "lucky" to get a draw and that if he hadn't floored Walker in the first round the latter would have been entitled to be called the victor. The Jersey Journal, NY Tribune and United Press also scored it a draw. The NY Times scored it for Britton.
1921-05-26
Johnny Summers1 2 1
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS10/10
 W  
NWS
10/10
  
Newspapera decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-05-03
Marcel Thomas43 25 21
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO4/12
 W  
KO
4/12
  
From Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-04-20
Kid Green2 4 1
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USA
W PTS12/12
 W  
PTS
12/12
  
1921-04-12
Terry Brooks23 22 7
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-04-06
Joe Stefanik1 0 0
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USA
W KO3/12
 W  
KO
3/12
  
"Mickey Walker ... stopped Joe Stefanik in the third round. Stefanik tried to claim a foul, but when examined in his dressing room the club doctor claimed that he could continue, which he refused to do." (Jersey (NJ) Journal)
Wire in Trenton Evening Times reported the same result. Previously listed as Walker L-DQ3 Stefanik.
1921-03-29
Marty Summers2 1 0
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-03-08
Charley Pitts15 10 11
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-02-23
Harlem Eddie Kelly10 19 8
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO5/12
 W  
KO
5/12
  
1921-02-01
Marcel Thomas43 24 21
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
From Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1921-01-05
Charley Beckdebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO2/12
 W  
KO
2/12
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-11-26
Jimmy Sullivan0 1 2
2nd Regiment Armory, Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-11-12
Mickey Donley8 10 4
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-10-25
Shamus O'Brien5 5 1
Union Square A.C., Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-10-08
Jimmy Sullivan0 1 2
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
DNWS12/12
 D 
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-09-21
Banty Lewis11 6 2
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W KO8/12
 W  
KO
8/12
  
1920-09-14
Shamus O'Brien5 5 1
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
LNWS12/12
 L 
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-05-18
Tommy Speno1 0 0
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS12/12
 W  
NWS
12/12
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Jack Kincaid). This fight was a 12-rounder, not 8 rounds as previously shown.
1920-04-30
Willie Gradwell3 4 1
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
LNWS8/8
 L 
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-04-16
Willie Condon1 2 0
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO3/8
 W  
KO
3/8
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Jack Kincaid).
1920-02-20
Joe Gannondebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-01-20
Benny Cohendebut
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from Newark newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1920-01-02
Tommy Speno1 0 0
Foresters A.C., Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-12-19
Johnny Smithdebut
Cambria A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
LKO2/6
 L 
KO
2/6
  
Johnny Smith had a 20 pound weight advantage over Mickey Walker of Elizabeth who subbed for Mickey Gallagher (Philadelphia Inquirer). However, the Inquirer also gave the name of Walker's opponent as "Frankie Smith" (Jack Kincaid). The Philadelphia Public Ledger also had the name of Walker's opponent as "Frankie Smith." The Philadelphia Record also lists the opponent as Frankie Smith.
1919-12-19
139Young Thompson0 1 0
McGuigan's Arena, Harrison, New Jersey, USA
W TKO5/8
 W  
TKO
5/8
  
From north New Jersey newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-12-12
Jimmy Vallondebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W TKO6/8
 W  
TKO
6/8
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-11-13
Harold Anthonydebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS8/8
 W  
NWS
8/8
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-10-24
Young Dempseydebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W TKO7/8
 W  
TKO
7/8
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman). Correct Young Dempsey uncertain.
1919-10-03
Willie Herman3 0 0
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-09-12
Mickey Sullivandebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO1/6
 W  
KO
1/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-06-13
George Adamsdebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-05-31
Dominic Orsinidebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO5/6
 W  
KO
5/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-05-16
Young Frenchy0 2 2
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO3/6
 W  
KO
3/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-05-07
Kid Dempsey0 2 2
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-04-29
Phil Delmontdebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
LTKO1/6
 L 
TKO
1/6
  
1919-04-21
Charley Hancedebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-04-14
Johnny Saasdebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO1/6
 W  
KO
1/6
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-04-07
Eddie Summers0 2 0
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-03-17
Young Frenchy0 2 2
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS6/6
 W  
NWS
6/6
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman0.
1919-03-03
Sailor Kirchdebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO1/4
 W  
KO
1/4
  
From Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
1919-02-24
Jimmy McCranndebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W KO2/4
 W  
KO
2/4
  
1919-02-10
Dominic Orsinidebut
Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA
W NWS4/4
 W  
NWS
4/4
  
Newspaper decision from Elizabeth newspaper (Herb Goldman).
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Draw
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No Contest
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