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PostPosted: 01 Sep 2007, 20:12 

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The old Sydney Stadium has already been mentioned, but deserves more cover. It was a circular corrugated iron stadium built in 1908 for the Tommy Burns -v- Jack Johnson fight, the first time a black man became World Heavyweight Champion. It later had a roof put on it and was known affectionately (or otherwise) as the "Old Tin Shed." It was on New South Head Road, Rushcutters Bay near the White City Tennis Courts and Weigall Sportsground, across New South Head Road from Rushcutters Bay Park. As well as boxing it hosted visiting Rock and Roll performers such as Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and The Beatles in the 1950s and 1960s

A philistine State Government pulled it down in the early 1970s to build a railway that still runs at a loss.


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PostPosted: 18 Mar 2008, 20:05 

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Canarsie Stadium, Brooklyn, NY Polo Grounds NYC, Ebbets Field, Brooklyn NY, Freeport Stadium, Freeport Long Island, NY, Long Beach Stadium, Long Beach, NY


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PostPosted: 22 May 2008, 16:20 

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some London venues

shoreditch town hall
lime grove baths shepheards bush
wembley town hall
manor place baths


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PostPosted: 02 Jul 2008, 06:02 

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telboy66 wrote:
some London venues

shoreditch town hall
lime grove baths shepheards bush
wembley town hall
manor place baths


I once attended a show at Manor Place Baths, around 1977. Great night.


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PostPosted: 23 Sep 2008, 13:31 

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Location: For all your Refrigeration needs !!! www.chillability.co.uk
Granby halls Leicestershire UK.


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PostPosted: 21 Jan 2009, 15:21 

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whereabouts was premierland in stepney?


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PostPosted: 25 Feb 2009, 14:44 

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Dulwich Town Hall, saw the SE London ABAs there in 87, Akinwande boxed that night..
Is Wembley town the same as Brent Town Hall,? Filmed many shows at Brent town hall, Billy Schwer, Colin Dunne all the Duff shows, And The Amateur Shows, Lafones, ABAs, including Groves v DeGale , that one I have put on youtube


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PostPosted: 25 Feb 2009, 16:35 

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ERIC GUY wrote:
Dulwich Town Hall, saw the SE London ABAs there in 87, Akinwande boxed that night..
Is Wembley town the same as Brent Town Hall,? Filmed many shows at Brent town hall, Billy Schwer, Colin Dunne all the Duff shows, And The Amateur Shows, Lafones, ABAs, including Groves v DeGale , that one I have put on youtube



yes they changed it to brent when boundry changes came in I can't remember when


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PostPosted: 08 Mar 2009, 22:17 

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Location: Canada
The earliest one that I remember as a kid was
the Harringay Arena in North London. Although, I didn't go there as a child to watch boxing I was aware of it's connection to boxing
and nearby was the dog races in the Fifties.


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PostPosted: 05 May 2010, 11:39 

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Shoreditch town hall


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PostPosted: 18 Jul 2010, 09:17 

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Rotters in Doncaster; 'Are you ready for Rotters?!'


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PostPosted: 25 Sep 2010, 00:30 

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The International Sport Center in Montreal address in 1933 was 860 St Catherine Street East as stated in the Gazette 11 Jan 1933
on page 14.


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PostPosted: 14 Dec 2010, 14:22 

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ERIC GUY wrote:
Dulwich Town Hall, saw the SE London ABAs there in 87, Akinwande boxed that night..
Is Wembley town the same as Brent Town Hall,? Filmed many shows at Brent town hall, Billy Schwer, Colin Dunne all the Duff shows, And The Amateur Shows, Lafones, ABAs, including Groves v DeGale , that one I have put on youtube



where in dulwich is that eric is it lordshiplane???

sporting club??

hotel called somthing gardens??


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PostPosted: 08 Feb 2011, 23:41 

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I knew some of those old NY City arenas.


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PostPosted: 11 Feb 2011, 12:01 

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Freeport Stadium was an outdoor arena used primarily for demolition and stockcar racing in the 1950's-1970's. It transformed itself several times on Saturday nites to make it a boxing venue. It was a good place to see fights with wooden bleachers that were permanent seating from the races and of course, folding chairs for ringside. The place could get rowdy and wild at times, but they held decent fights there using mainly New York and New Jersey/Philly boxers. The place closed down in mid 70's and a huge food and house supply warehouse (BJs) now stands in its place.

Freeport, Long Island is on the water on south shore of Long Island and is known for its fishing fleet and seafood restaurants, then & today. Closest venue now to that area is Nassau Colisum about 20 minutes away.


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PostPosted: 01 Mar 2011, 02:55 

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Hello, my name is Kimberly and my Great Grandfather John B. McWhorter was a champion boxer in "The Great Depression" aka Jimmy Craig. I was hoping to get some information on him and his boxing carreer. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it. I have found out he was the feather weight champion of 8 states in the years of 1927-1935-1937????

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PostPosted: 21 Jun 2011, 15:39 
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Recent PBS video on the old New York fight clubs. Click here.


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PostPosted: 27 Jun 2011, 18:38 

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Syracuse War Memorial had some good fights. I saw Billy Backus nearly bleed to death while winning a 12 rounder there. I saw a guy begin his pro career on the same night.


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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2011, 20:19 

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Location: "Nothing will kill boxing, and nothing can save it. Boxing was born with a black eye."
I noticed that the very first post mentions Maple Leaf Stadium. That is incorrect, it was never called that. It's proper and only name was Maple Leaf Gardens.

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PostPosted: 26 Jan 2012, 01:25 

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Ric wrote:
Recent PBS video on the old New York fight clubs. Click here.


A fine job in making this video and getting the right people in it. Bobby Cassidy was the right guy for the piece on sunnyside Gardens as I think he fought there a couple of dozens of times.

A note of interest: A couple of Veteran Ring organizations are spearheading a movement to put a plaque on the "Wendy's" Chain Store Hamburger Joint in commemeration of the site of the old Sunnyside Garden. Already in the works and approval okayed from Wendys Chain Mgmt. for allowing to use their property- a large bronze plaque that will supposedly hold the names of some of the repeat fighters that fought in Sunnyside, will be placed on Bldg or large stone on property for all to see.Date will be in 2012 hopefully.
Hopefully, though costs are prohibited with any project, a plaque might be put on many a former club or gym site throughout NY city. If your into boxing history- this will be a great thing to see if any one visits.


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PostPosted: 26 Jan 2012, 23:14 

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Location: Lodi, New Jersey
Charley your right about Bobby Cassidy. Here's a list of all the boxers that fought there at least 4 times, with there records at Sunnyside Garden.

Sunnyside Garden Most Bouts

25 – Bobby Cassidy - 22-3-0 (10 KO) – His 3 losses were all by split decision

21 – Juan Ramos – 10-9-2 (1 KO)

19 – Felix Morales – 11-7-1 (0 KO)

17 – Danny Andrews – 4-12-1 (0 KO)

16 – Ray Lacen – 4-8-4 (2 KO)

15 – Victor Baerga – 10-3-2 (2 KO)
15 – Stanford Bulla - 7-8-0 (2 KO)
15 – Ulysses Jimenez – 7-6-2 (0 KO)

14 – Mike Cortez – 10-4-0 (3 KO)
14 - Tony Cruz – 4-7-3 (2 KO)
14 – Tommy Englehardt –11-2-1 (4 KO)
14 – Junius Hinton – 6-8 (2 KO)
14 – Tony LaBua – 10-1-3 (1 KO)

13 – Jose Fernandez – 12-1 (7 KO)
13 – Carmine Fiore – 9-3-1 (4 KO)
13 – Benny Huertas – 5-6-2 (0 KO)
13 - Henry Schillizzi – 9-3-1 (2 KO)
13 – Clyde Taylor – 4-5-4 (0 KO)
13 – Carmine Vitale – 11-2 (3 KO)

12 - Felix Santiago – 5-5-2 (0 KO)
12 – Luis Vidot – 8-4 (1 KO)

11 - Ray Edwards – 7-3-1 (1 KO)
11 – Danny Garcia – 3-7-1 (0 KO)
11 – Claude Hammond – 7-2-2 (4 KO)
11 – Walter Seeley – 9-0-2 (2 KO)
11 – Blas Viera – 4-5 2 (1 KO)
11 – Luis Vinales – 6-5 (1 KO)
11 – Henry Wallitsch – 7-4 (0 KO)

10 - Barney Barnez – 3-6-1 (1 KO)
10 - Johnny Busso – 10-0 (3 KO)
10 – Nelson Cuevas – 2-5-3 (0 KO)
10 – Jose Colon – 5-3-2 (1 KO)
10 - Andy DePaul – 10-0 (3 KO)
10 – Grey Gavin –9-1 (0 KO)
10 – Carmelo Hernandez – 8-1-1 (5 KO)
10 – Johnny Lemmons – 4-5 1 (0 KO)
10 - Vinnie Martinez – 3-4-3 (0 KO)
10 - Ted Murray – 9-0-1 (2 KO)
10 – Danny Perez – 6-3 –1 (1 KO)
10 - Billy Jose Pickett – 3-7 (1 KO)
10 - Tommy Settles – 0-6-4 (0 KO)
10 - Al Sewell – 3-7 (1 KO)

09 - Vito Antuofermo – 9-0 (4 KO)
09 - Lee Clemmons – 3-6 (2 KO)
09 - Ray Cruz 1962-69 – 3-3-3 (1 KO)
09 - Joey Donovan – 9-0 (0 KO)
09 - Tony Franco – 6-1-2 (0 KO)
09 - Wally Henderson – 5-4 (2 KO)
09 - Lou Hicks – 3-6 (2 KO)
09 - Bobby Melendez – 7-0-2 (2 KO)
09 - Julio Novoa – 4-4-1 (0 KO)
09 - Benito Ortiz – 9-0 (4 KO)
09 - Henry Palmer – 4-5 (3 KO)
09 - Lou Russo – 7-1-1 (3 KO)
09 - Russell Shoulars – 5-3 –1 (0 KO)
09 - Genaro Soto – 8-1 (1 KO)
09 - Carl Williams – 2-4-3 (0 KO)

08 - Joey Atria – 6-1-1 (2 KO)
08 - Bob Avena – 4-4 (0 KO)
08 - Doug Charles – 1-7 (1 KO)
08 - Raul Clemente – 3-3-2 (1 KO
08 - Everett Copeland – 2-4-2 (0 KO)
08 - Mike Cruz – 2-5-1 (0 KO)
08 - Ruben De Jesus – 2-5-1 (0 KO)
08 - Carmine DiGeorgio – 5-3 (4 KO)
08 - Jimmy Dupree – 6-1-1 (3 KO)
08 - Richie Fraser – 1-5-2 (1 KO)
08 - Roscoe Gregory – 6-2 (5 KO)
08 - Hubert Hilton – 7-1 (3 KO)
08 - Jerry Kortright – 5-3 (0 KO)
08 - Billy Lonergan – 7-1 (1 KO)
08 - Lenny Mangiapane – 8-0 (3 KO)
08 - Danny McAloon – 8-0 (2 KO)
08 - Ebelardo Munoz – 8-0 (3 KO)
08 - Johnny Orgen – 8-0 6 KO)
08 - Danny Jo Perez – 8-0 (3 KO)
08 - Angel Rivera – 3-3-2 (1 KO)
08 - Joe Rodriguez – 2-5-1 (0 KO)
08 - Alfredo Rojas – 4-3-1 (2 KO)
08 - Levan Roundtree – 6-2 (4 KO)
08 - Pete Santiago – 1-7 (0 KO)
08 - George Seabrook – 4-4 (2 KO)
08 - Carlos Soto – 6-2 (0 KO)
08 - Jesus Tanco – 1-7 (0 KO)
08 - Pete Toro – 5-2-1 (2 KO)
08 - Fred Walker – 2-6 (1 KO)

07 - Lew Anderson – 4-2-1 (3 KO)
07 - Bobby Bartels – 6-1 (2 KO)
07 - Bobby Blue – 5-2 (4 KO)
07 - Herbie Brown – 2-4-1 (1 KO)
07 - John Clohessy – 7-0 (3 KO)
07 - George Collins – 2-3-2 (1 KO)
07 - Mike Colucci – 4-3 (2 KO)
07 - Jesus Coma – 3-4 (0 KO)
07 - Jesus Compos – 5-2 (2 KO)
07 - M C Cordova – 5-1-1 (1 KO)
07 - Gil Diaz – 4-3 (0 KO)
07 - Charley Donovan 3-4 (1 KO)
07 - Kelly Duncan – 4-3 (3 KO)
07 - Luke Erwin – 3-1-1 (0 KO)
07 - Vilomar Fernandez – 5-1-1 (2 KO
07 - Richie Gonzales – 3-4 (2 KO)
07 - Russell Howard – 2-4-1 (1 KO)
07 - Benny James – 1-6 (1 KO)
07 - James Jolly – 3-4 (1 KO)
07 - Frank Josephs – 5-1-1 (3 KO)
07 - Harvey Lammers – 2-3-2 (1 KO)
07 - Bobby Little – 5-2 (1 KO)
07 - Elliot Miller – 5-1-1 (4 KO)
07 - Frankie Narvaez – 7-0 (2 KO)
07 - Frankie Olivera – 3-3-1 (3 KO)
07 - Simon Ramos – 6-1 (1 KO)
07 - Al Renshaw – 2-5 (0 KO)
07 - Libertad Rueda – 3-4 (0 KO)
07 - Johnny Sears – 4-2-1 (1 KO)
07 - Freddy Smith – 4-3 (1 KO)
07 - Bob Stallings – 5-2 (1 KO)
07 - Edgar Stover – 4-1-2 (1 KO)
07 - Mike Suarez – 1-5-1 (1 KO)
07 - Nat Thompson – 4-3 (0 KO)
07 - Benito Vega – 4-2-1 (0 KO)

06 - Raul Adams – 5-1 (5 KO)
06 - Jackie Aldare – 0-6 (0 KO)
06 - Lee Baldwin – 4-2 (1 KO)
06 - Chick Boucher – 6-0 (0 KO)
06 - Al Carpenter – 0-6 (0 KO)
06 - Harvey Charles – 1-4-1 (0 KO)
06 - Willie Classen – 5-1 (3 KO)
06 - Gene Darconte – 4-2 (4 KO)
06 - Calvin Davis – 4-2 (3 KO)
06 - Charlie DeBow – 4-1-1 (0 KO)
06 - Jimmy DeMetrios – 4-1-1 (2 KO)
06 - Frank Fisher – 2-4 (0 KO)
06 - Billy Forde – 4-2 (0 KO)
06 - Tommy Garrison – 5-1 (2 KO)
06 - Ronnie Geoffrion – 4-2 (0 KO)
06 - Rocky Halliday – 4-2 (1 KO)
06 - Larry Hicks – 5-1 (2 KO)
06 - Durango Kid – 4-2 (2 KO)
06 - Rafael Laboy – 0-5-1 (0 KO)
06 - Joe Lissy – 2-3-1 (0 KO)
06 - Leo Lopez – 3-3 (3 KO)
06 - Johnny Lugo – 1-3-2 (0 KO)
06 - Sid Marcus – 2-3-1 (0 KO)
06 - Tommy McGovern – 5-1 (0 KO)
06 - David Melendez – 6-0 (1 KO)
06 - Angelo Morganti – 2-2-2 (0 KO)
06 - Frank Nardizzi – 3-3 (3 KO)
06 - Jesus Nieves – 2-4 (1 KO)
06 - Ricky Nelson – 5-0-1 (0 KO)
06 - Louis Ortiz – 2-4 (1 KO)
06 - Johnny Persol – 6-0 (2 KO)
06 - Tyrone Phelps - 2-4 (0 KO)
06 - Curtis Phillips – 2-4 (1 KO)
06 - Hector Reyes – 2-4 (0 KO)
06 - Julius Rhodes – 2-3-1 (0 KO)
06 - Eddie Rivera – 2-4 (1 KO)
06 - Phil Rizzo – 2-4 (1 KO)
06 - Leonardo Rodgers – 5-1 (2 KO)
06 - Gil Rodriguez – 5-1 (1 KO)
06 - Benny Rosa (1965-67) – 4-2 (1 KO)
06 - Al Rosasco – 5-1 (3 KO)
06 - Eduardo Santiago – 4-1-1 (4 KO)
06 - Joey Scarlotta – 5-1 (4 KO)
06 - Irwin Schulz – 3-3 (3 KO)
06 - Joe Shaw – 2-3-1 (1 KO)
06 - Walker Simmons – 2-4 (0 KO)
06 - Byron Stoimenides – 4-2 (0 KO)
06 - Johnny Sturges – 0-4-2 (0 KO)
06 - James Suber – 2-3-1 (1 KO)
06 - Carl Taulman – 5-1 (2 KO)
06 - Danny Taylor – 3-2-1 (1 KO)
06 - Angel Torres – 5-1 (0 KO)
06 - Jose Torres Lightheavyweight Champion – 6-0 (5 KO)
06 - Ray Torres – 6-0 (2 KO)
06 - Orvin Veazey – 2-2-2 (0 KO)
06 - Jim Watkins – 3-3 (1 KO)
06 - Jay White – 1-5 (1 KO)
06 - Eldred Williams – 3-3 (1 KO)

05 - Armando Amanini – 2-2-1 (0 KO)
05 - Paul Andrews – 5-0 (2 KO)
05 - Angel Ayala – 3-2 (1 KO)
05 - Les Bagi –3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Manuel Baptista – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Miguel Barreto – 5-0 (0 KO)
05 - Pat Barry – 4-0-1 (1 KO)
05 - George Briggs – 2-2-1 (0 KO)
05 - Kenny Bristol – 5-0 (0 KO)
05 - Kenny Bryant – 2-3 (1 KO)
05 - James Burgos – 1-3-1 (1 KO)
05 - George Cahill – 3-2 (1 KO)
05 - Carl Calabro – 5-0 (0 KO)
05 - Kako Carrasco – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Giuseppe Colasanti – 4-1 (2 KO)
05 - Dorman Crawford – 4-1 (1 KO)
05 - Savas Delasavados – 0-5 (0 KO)
05 - Paddy DeMarco – 5-0 (0 KO)
05 - Frank Davila – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Freddie DeVore – 3-0-2 (1 KO)
05 - Billy Dove – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Manuel Dizon – 1-4 (1 KO)
05 - Doug Duffy – 1-3-1 (1 KO)
05 - Felix Figueroa – 2-2-1 (1 KO)
05 - Julio Figueroa – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Jose Colon Garcia – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Tyrone Harlee – 3-1-1 (2 KO)
05 - Bob Harrington – 4-0-1 (2 KO)
05 - Tommy Haynes – 2-2-1 (0 KO)
05 - Auriello Jiminez – 2-2-1 (1 KO)
05 - James Johnson – 2-2-1 (2 KO)
05 - Danny Jones – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Johnny Kamber – 3-1-1 (3 KO)
05 - George Ladagana – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Tony LaGreca – 2-2-1 (1 KO)
05 - Joe Mangiapane – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Ossie Marcano – 4-1 (1 KO)
05 - Roosevelt McKinney – 2-3 (0 KO)
05 - Victor Melendez – 4-0-1 (0 KO)
05 - Mario Moreno – 3-1-1 (0 KO)
05 - Lew Moses – 3-1-1 (2 KO)
05 - Eddie Mustafa Muhammad – 5-0 (5 KO)
05 - Vincent Murray – 2-3 (1 KO)
05 - 'King' David Nahon – 4-1 (0 KO)
05 - Jimmy Nickers – 1-3-1 (0 KO)
05 - Carlos Novotny – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Angel Oquendo – 5-0 (1 KO)
05 - Teddy Pagan – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Candy Parilla – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Hector Perez – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Larnzer Quarles – 1-4 (1 KO)
05 - Ramon Ranquello –2-2-1 (1 KO)
05 - Harold Richardson – 4-1 (1 KO)
05 - Llewellyn Richardson – 2-2-1 (0 KO)
05 - Johnny Salamone – 1-4 (0 KO)
05 - Harold Sampson - 4-1 (1 KO)
05 - Dave Smith – 1-4 (1 KO)
05 - Joe Spencer – 4-1 (3 KO)
05 - Jimmy Squires – 0-3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Walter Taylor – 3-2 (0 KO)
05 - Milton Torres – 2-2-1 (0 KO)
05 - Eddie Turner – 1-3-1 (0 KO)
05 - Papo Villa – 1-2-2 (1 KO)
05 - Jesse Watson – 1-4 (1 KO)
05 - Bill Weinberg – 5-0 (5 KO)
05 - Chuck Wepner – 2-1-2 (0 KO)
05 - George Williams – 3-1-1 (0 KO)
05 - Henry Winchman – 2-3 (0 KO)
05 - James J Woody – 5-0 (0 KO)
05 - George Wright – 2-1-2 (0 KO)

04 - Sandy Alexander – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Larry Baker – 1-1-2 (1 KO)
04 - Ray Batey – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Pat Best – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Juan Botta – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Don Bowman – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Pat Brady – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Gene Brixen – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Andy Brooks – 2-1-1 (1 KO)
04 - Curtis Brooks – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Tommy Brown – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Doug Clay – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Chocolate Colon – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Roosevelt Coward – 2-1-1 (2 KO)
04 - Danny Daniels – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Johnny Darby – 0-3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Larry Davis – 2-1-1 (1 KO)
04 - Vince Delgado – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Frankie Dell – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Earl Dennis – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Tony DiBiase – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Harry Diduck – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Paddy Dolan – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Bill Dooley – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Pete Dooley – 1-2-1 (1 KO)
04 - Andy Drachmas – 4-0 (2 KO)
04 - Jerry Drouin – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Lenny Durham – 1-2-1 (1 KO)
04 - Roy Edmonds – 4-0 (4 KO)
04 - Alfredo Escalera – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Lester Felton – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Joey Freda – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Frank Fudge – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Mel Fulgham – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Joe Giacobbe – 2-1-1 (1 KO)
04 - Danny Giovanelli – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Jose Monon Gonzalez – 4-0 (2 KO)
04 - Otis Gordon – 2-2 (2 KO)
04 - Paul Griffin – 3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Al Guido – 2-0-2 (0 KO)
04 - Arthur Henderson – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Miguel Angel Hernandez – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Ray Hernandez – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - John Hewitt – 2-1-1 (2 KO)
04 - John Hickson – 4-0 (2 KO)
04 - Al Hudson – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Frankie Ippolito – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Bob Isler – 4-0 (0 KO)
04 - Herschel Jacobs – 1-2-1 (1 KO)
04 - Isaac Jenkins – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Maurice Jenkins – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Jackie Krulewicz – 3-1 (1 KO)
04 - Oscar Lewis – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Bobby Lloyd –2-1-1 (1 KO)
04 - Chu Chu Malave – 3-1 (3 KO)
04 - Hector Maldonado – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Patrick Maloney – 3-1 (2 KO)
04 - Dom Marchese – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Bob Mashburn – 3-1 (1 KO)
04 - Bolo Martinez – 0-3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Mike McGurk – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Ray Mercado – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Al Milone – 3-1 (1 KO)
04 - Stan Mitchell – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Bobby Morgan – 3-1 (1 KO)
04 - Phil Morizio – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Willie Munoz – 4-0 (3 KO)
04 - Bobby O'Brien – 4-0 (2 KO)
04 - Leroy Oliphant – 3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Angel Jose Ortiz – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Domingo Ortiz – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Jose Ortiz – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Justice Ortiz – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Luis Aponte Ortiz – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Manny Pagan – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Joe Paniagua – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Charley Parker – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - Earl Peoples – 0-3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Felix Kid Perez – 4-0 (2 KO)
04 - Joey Peters – 3-1 (1 KO)
04 - Luis Quinones – 2-1-1 (2 KO)
04 - Braxton Reed – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Jose Resto – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Rafey Reyes – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Eddie Richardson – 2-2 (2 KO)
04 - Jose Rivera – 3-0-1 (1 KO)
04 - Jay Roach – 3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Mario Rosa – 3-0-1 (2 KO)
04 - Mike Rosario – 0-3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Hurley Sanders – 0-3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Marcial Santiago – 2-2 (1 KO)
04 - Richard Scott – 1-3 (1 KO)
04 - Steve Shevlin – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Vince Shomo – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Manuel Sierra – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Al Singletary – 1-2-1 (1 KO)
04 - Eddie Small – 4-0 (0 KO)
04 - Bob Smith – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Tony Smith – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Mack Stanford – 2-1-1 (0 KO)
04 - Roy Thomas – 1-3 (0 KO)
04 - Al Tisi – 3-1 (0 KO)
04 - Julio Valdez – 4-0 (1 KO)
04 - DC Walker – 0-4 (0 KO)
04 - Fred Williams – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Ronnie Williams – 1-2-1 (0 KO)
04 - Chubby Wright – 2-2 (0 KO)
04 - Paul Wright – 3-1 (2 KO)


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PostPosted: 29 Jan 2012, 10:09 

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Thank You Henry for the fantastic Sunnyside Garden list. Great research.
Bobby Cassidy has been a longtime Norkus family friend and close by neighbor for years (including his boxing career) by living the next town over from us.
I saw many Bobby Cassidy fights in my time, and it was interesting to see the name Walter Seely named on the list, as that pairing Cassidy/Seeley, provided some fine entertainment on many a Irish fight card night.

This past December, at the Ring 8 awards luncheon (in which you were honored, Henry) I was thrilled to be seated at a table made up of Long Island fighters. Bobby Cassidy was one of them Here is a photo of Bobby and me- Dec. 2011

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A picture from a Post-fight Cassidy win at someone's house. Names on photo 1970's
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PostPosted: 10 Feb 2012, 22:53 
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mrlwca wrote:
The International Sport Center in Montreal address in 1933 was 860 St Catherine Street East as stated in the Gazette 11 Jan 1933
on page 14.

Dang! We're sorry that it has taken over a year to acknowledge your contribution, of providing a previous "address unknown." But it has now been made to my original post at the top of page 1 of this thread. Thank you.


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PostPosted: 27 Apr 2012, 17:50 

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In New Jersey there was a great boxing venue in Newark called the Laurel Garden.It was the top NJ BOXING CLUB.all the bic named boxers fought there.also in Newark was the Meadowbrook Bowl in the Vailsburg section.also there was the Twin City Bowel in Elizabeth.
My dad was Archie DeVino a featherweight from Newark nj.he is in the NJ Boxing HOF.He boxed from 1946-1952.he was the nj feathweight champ.his trainer was Battling Red Lambert and he was managed by the great lightweight condender Bobby Ruffin who boxed Ike Williams,Allie Stolz,Chalky Wright,Johnny Grecco,Beau Jack,Sammy Angott and many more.also managed by Vic Marsillo and the broadway producer Benny Fields.
Archie fought 14 times in Madison Sq. Garden.he beat the cuban champ and top ten ranked Luis Galvani to earn the right to box the European Feather Champ Ray Famechon in a main bout at the garden.winner was promised title bout with the great Willie Pep.Archie was tko'd in 7rds.date was dec.1,1950.the Famechon bout were was televised.dad had one more fight against Frankie Sodano on Nov.16,1951.it was also at the garden and televised.
Don Dunphy was the commentater for both bouts.Where can i find films of these fights.Bill Claytons classic fights gave me the audio on cassette of the Famechon bout.
Any help would be appreciated.
I have an extensive collection of Ring Record books and Ring magazines from the 1940's.also many glossy vintage photos.i would gladly make a copy of a fighter you are looking for.


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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2012, 21:33 

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I have a boxing card from my grandfather from "New Coliseum Athletic Club" 2614 Washington Blvd, I'm assuming it's NY as that is where he lived. The year is 1926. It has Dan W. Jones as President. Not sure if he was a promoter or just the venue operator. I'm assuming it was a venue for fights.


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