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Pete Sarmiento
Global ID10097
sexmale
birthdate 1901-10-15
divisionflyweight
height5′ 3″   /   160cm
country Philippines
residence
birth placeFloridablanca, Pampanga, Philippines
won 38 (KO 15) + lost 20 (KO 2) + drawn 13 = 73
rounds boxed 574
Newspaper Decisions won 14 : lost 7 : drawn 6
rounds boxed 268
Total Bouts 100 KO% 15
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1931-08-24Eddie Shea57-14-5
U.D. Stadium, Dayton, Ohio, USALKO310
1930-09-11Baby Jack Dempsey9-2-0
Pasadena, California, USADPTS88
1930-09-04Canto Robleto11-4-2
Pasadena, California, USAWKO1
1930-07-11Abie Miller1-1-0
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, California, USADPTS66
1930-06-13Abie Miller1-0-0
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, California, USAWPTS66
1930-06-03Charley Kaiser17-6-2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS66
1928-09-12Al Crisp17-14-15
National Hall, San Francisco, California, USALPTS1010
Reported as being Sarmiento's comeback bout.
1928-06-23Sailor Willie Gordon29-14-10
Olympic Stadium, Manila, Metro Manila, PhilippinesLPTS1212
Gordon scored six knockdowns. Spokane Spokesman-Review
1927-12-24Kid Johnson
Olympic Stadium, Manila, Metro Manila, PhilippinesLDQ612
Orient Featherweight Title
1927-08-17Tony Canzoneri37-2-6
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USALKO110
"The first round had hardly started before Tony ripped into the Filipino with a series of rights and left hooks to the chin that knocked Sarmiento unconscious for fully five minutes after the count." (AP)(2:51) Attendance: 25,000.
1927-05-05Mike Moran7-15-1
Indianapolis, Indiana, USAWPTS1010
1927-04-26Santiago Zorrilla39-6-8
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USALPTS1010
1927-03-26Abe Goldstein68-14-7
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USALPTS88
1927-03-15Bud Taylor47-5-4
Terre Haute, Indiana, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Lincoln Star
1927-02-28Abe Goldstein68-14-7
Youngstown, Ohio, USADNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post.
1927-02-18Ernie Fliegel7-1-2
Kenwood Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USALNWS1010
From Boxing Blade, March 5, 1927, page 7.
1927-01-01Joe Rivers6-4-0
Kansas City, Kansas, USALPTS1010
This was the third meeting between these two -- Rivers losing by KO in the first, and then drawing in the second.
1926-12-17Dominick Petrone21-9-9
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USADPTS1010
1926-12-01Joe Rivers6-4-0
Kansas City, Kansas, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Associated Press
1926-10-25Jimmy McDermott7-1-2
White City Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USANCNC610
referee: Davy Miller
Declared no contest because the fighters were not exerting themselves in the eyes of the referee
1926-09-06Ray Rychell1-1-2
Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois, USADPTS1010
1926-09-01Cowboy Eddie Anderson38-10-14
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
1926-08-27Charley Phil Rosenberg28-17-8
Comiskey Park, Chicago, Illinois, USADPTS1010
Sarmiento down 4 times, but he had a great start and rallied furiously in the tenth.
1926-08-05Chick Suggs85-16-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1010
1926-07-13Ray Rychell1-1-2
Lexington Park, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USALNWS1010
Report of George Barton, editor of Minneapolis Tribune to Fargo Forum gave decision to Rychell. Jerk Doran's first promotion in St. Paul.
1926-04-13Johnny Farr25-9-8
Cleveland, Ohio, USALPTS1212
1926-03-25Harold Smith10-4-2
Omaha, Nebraska, USAWPTS1010
1926-03-01Benny Bass47-3-1
Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USAWDQ610
referee: Matt Brock
Sarmiento went down three times from low blows in the sixth before the referee ruled a DQ.
1926-02-19Archie Bell22-4-6
East Chicago, Indiana, USAWNWS1010
Sarmiento won the "newspaper decision." (Chicago Tribune)
1926-02-16Ernie Fliegel6-0-2
Kenwood Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWNWS88
Sarmiento won the newspaper decision. (Ironwood Daily Globe)
1926-01-22Young Farrell64-59-70
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USAWPTS1010
1926-01-15Billy LeFlore11-3-5
Sacramento, California, USAWKO710
1926-01-08Earl McArthur8-7-5
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USAWPTS1010
1926-01-01Young Farrell64-58-70
Sacramento, California, USAWPTS1010
1925-11-18Bud Taylor36-4-3
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USALPTS1010
1925-11-04Billy Bonillas45-3-7
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWKO610
1925-10-09Patsy Flannigan10-7-3
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, California, USAWTKO710
referee: Leo Shea
1925-09-23George Marks67-7-14
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS1010
1925-09-07Dixie LaHood13-2-3
Shrine Arena, Helena, Montana, USADPTS1212
Although fouled twice by low blows, LaHood refused the referee's offer to take the decision, and continued to fight.
1925-08-04Cowboy Eddie Anderson28-6-12
Olympic Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Indiana Evening Gazette
1925-07-22Cowboy Eddie Anderson28-6-12
Olympic Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Zanesville Signal
1925-07-16Jackie Sharkey17-23-13
Dexter Park Stadium, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USANCNC312
Rain came down so hard the canvas became water-soaked and slippery and the bout had to be stopped. New York Times
1925-07-08Charley Phil Rosenberg25-15-7
Cleveland, Ohio, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Indiana Evening Gazette
1925-06-22Earl McArthur7-5-3
Mizzou Park, Sioux City, Iowa, USALDQ610
Sarmiento was disqualified for hitting low; the Sioux City Journal reported that he had been 'way out ahead' at the time of the foul.
1925-06-16Joe Rivers1-2-0
Kansas City, Kansas, USAWKO810
1925-06-12Memphis Pal Moore92-16-19
Aurora Bowl, Aurora, Illinois, USAWNWS1010
The Chicago Tribune considered Sarmiento to be the winner "as Moore's efforts were confined to slapping with an open glove." (Bob Soderman)
1925-05-12Earl McArthur7-5-3
Auditorium, Sioux City, Iowa, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Sioux City Journal
1925-05-08Carl Tremaine34-5-3
Cleveland, Ohio, USADNWS1212
Sarmiento is described (incorrectly) as a Chilean bantamweight by the Seattle Daily Times. This was a newspaper decision (source Pittsburgh Post.
1925-04-13Joey Sangor8-5-0
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1925-03-23Connie Curry9-2-3
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWTKO510
"Pete Sarmiento of New York won a technical knockout decision over Connie Curry of Sioux City, Iowa, here last night when the referee announced at the beginning of the sixth round that Curry had broken his hand." (Appleton Post Crescent)
1925-03-06Eddie Martin62-3-2
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1925-02-27Cowboy Eddie Anderson25-6-11
East Chicago, Indiana, USAWNWS1010
Sarmiento won the newspaper decision. (Appleton Post Crescent)
1925-02-20Joey Sangor8-5-0
Kenwood Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from Boxing Blade, 7 March 1925, page 7.
1925-01-09Cowboy Eddie Anderson25-6-10
Kenwood Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWNWS1010
Sarmiento won the newspaper decision. (Decatur Daily Review)
1925-01-01Eddie Shea4-1-0
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1924-12-15Eddie Shea3-1-0
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALDQ5
Sarmiento flattened Shea with a punch that seemed to be fair
1924-12-08Bobby Wolgast13-4-6
108th Field Artillery Armory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS1010
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Zabala & Kincaid).
1924-12-01Hilly Levine22-16-6
Lenox A.C., New York, New York, USAWTKO1212
1924-10-24Eddie Shea2-1-0
East Chicago, Indiana, USALNWS1010
From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman). This was a toe-to-toe slugfest. The Tribune had Shea winning four rounds, Sarmiento two, and four even.
1924-10-20Benny Bass29-2-0
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1924-10-06Joey Sangor8-5-0
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal.
1924-09-08Joe Lynch49-9-5
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWUD1010
referee: Jack Dempsey
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Zabala & Kincaid).
1924-08-11Bud Taylor27-3-3
Sager's Arena, Aurora, Illinois, USALNWS1010
(Chicago Tribune)
1924-07-29Bobby Hughes21-18-15
Henderson's Bowl, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1010
1924-06-27Johnny Curtin31-16-4
Sager's Arena, Aurora, Illinois, USAWNWS1010
(Chicago Tribune)
1924-03-21Tommy O'Leary32-11-23
L-st Arena, Sacramento, California, USAWPTS44
1924-03-06Ernie Goozeman42-20-39
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
Soon after, Goozeman has surgery on an eye and to remove two smashed bones in his right hand, from injuries sustained during this bout. The Los Angeles Times, March 14.

1924-02-08Sonny Smith29-12-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS88
1924-01-07Danny McDonald6-1-1
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWTKO26
referee: Lou Marsh
McDonald down twice in round 2. Howard Mayberry who was originally scheduled as Sarmiento's opponent.
1924-01-01Tommy Murray7-6-0
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Kincaid & Zabala). The Inquirer wrongly identified Sarmiento's opponent as "Tommy Murphy," but the Philadelphia Record had it right.
1923-12-10Bobby Wolgast11-2-1
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS1010
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Jack Kincaid).
1923-11-19Bobby Wolgast11-2-1
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS88
(Chicago Tribune)
1923-10-22Benny Bass12-2-0
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS88
Newspaper decision from both the Philadelphia Public Ledger and the Inquirer.
1923-10-19Joe Ryder18-15-6
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USADPTS66
1923-10-12Dune Rogers
5th Regiment Armory, Baltimore, Maryland, USAWKO36
From Baltimore newspapers (Laurence Fielding).
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