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Eddie Mack
Global ID10118
sexmale
birthdate 1906-11-02
death date 1946-08-17 (39)
divisionlightweight
height5′ 9″   /   175cm
aliasAlamosa Flash
country USA
residenceDenver, Colorado, USA
birth placePojoaque, New Mexico, USA
birth namePedro Chrisostomo Quintana
won 88 (KO 41) + lost 13 (KO 4) + drawn 11 = 112
rounds boxed 711
Newspaper Decisions won 1 : lost : drawn
rounds boxed 10
Total Bouts 113 KO% 36.28
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1933-09-14Mickey Cohen58-22-7
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USALPTS1010
According to George Burns, Sports Editor of the Rocky Mountain News, Mack deserved the decision. Other bouts on the program, but not reported: Babe Colima v. Joe Grimm, 6; Sam Greer v. Dick O'Brien, 4; Steve Corey v. Harry Wilson, 4.
1932-10-11Mickey Cohen56-19-7
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USALTKO610
1932-09-27Ah Wing Lee45-12-9
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
According to Abe Pollock of the Rocky Mountain News Mack won seven rounds and three were even.
1932-09-14Mickey Cohen55-18-7
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USALUD1010
Colorado State Lightweight Title
The Colorado State Boxing Commission had ordered Mack to either defend or vacate the title he had held for the past 4 years. In case of a draw after 10 rounds, the fight would have continued to a decision for either fighter.

1932-09-05Dandy Dick Griffin1-4-1
Trinidad, Colorado, USAWKO310
1932-08-18Jack Keenan3-3-0
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWKO310
1932-08-08Goldie Hess41-19-6
Hopewell Field Arena, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USADPTS1010
1932-06-21Ah Wing Lee42-12-7
Multnomah Stadium, Portland, Oregon, USADPTS88
The crowd booed the decision, feeling that Mack had won.
1932-06-07Ah Wing Lee41-12-7
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS66
1932-04-29Joey Clein13-4-0
Gallup, New Mexico, USAWKO210
1932-04-22Milton Paynter0-1-0
Duncan Opera House, Las Vegas, New Mexico, USAWKO210
1932-03-22Buck Fielding
Gallup, New Mexico, USAWKO510
1932-03-15Frankie Fink28-23-13
Armory, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAWKO310
1932-03-11Jackie Kane14-24-6
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWTKO6
1932-02-16Pete Pacheco16-10-1
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS66
1931-05-04Benny Bass103-15-3
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALKO310
Bass led by a wide margin. A jarring right fractured Mack's jaw. Ringsiders who saw his condition shouted to him to stay down until counted out. Mack was hospitalized.
1930-12-02Herman Ritterhouse14-11-5
Orange Belt A.C., San Bernardino, California, USAWPTS1010
referee: Charley Randolph
1930-11-25Cecil Payne19-8-2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USADPTS1010
1930-11-13Battling Chico10-12-4
Smelter Arena, El Paso, Texas, USAWKO410
1930-10-14Al Singer52-7-2
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USALUD1010
1930-08-28Tod Morgan69-15-24
Civic Ice Arena, Seattle, Washington, USALUD66
referee: Tommy McCarty | judge: Eddie O'Neill | judge: Carl Reiter
1930-08-07Sammy Dorfman51-5-7
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USADPTS1010
1930-07-23Ray Rivera22-10-3
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1010
1930-06-23Joey Abrams15-24-8
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USAWTKO1010
referee: Johnny McAvoy
1930-05-06Johnny Simpson25-22-11
High School Gym, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWKO310
1930-04-24Maurice Holtzer61-20-4
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1930-04-03Gaston Charles34-25-10
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
Mack won nine rounds and floored Charles to a nine-count in the sixth round.
1930-03-11Goldie Hess34-5-4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS1010
1930-02-25Maurice Holtzer59-19-4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS1010
1930-02-11Johnny Kid Blair51-67-34
Armory, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAWKO310
time: 2:45
1930-02-04Joey Sangor18-13-2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWTKO510
1929-11-26Tod Morgan66-13-23
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS1010
referee: Jack Kennedy
On December 6 Mack announced he was laying claim to Morgan's world title. Mack said he was ready to post a forfeit to meet the champion for a fourth time.
Or so his manager, Joe Roth, reportedly had written National Boxing Association President Tom Donahue, per newspapers of the day.

1929-10-02Young Joe Rivers15-6-6
Denver, Colorado, USAWKO6
1929-09-27Tony Canzoneri60-6-8
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USALTKO810
From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman). Despite a sprained ankle suffered in the first round, Mack made it a very close fight until the 8th round, when he went down and told the referee that he could not continue.
1929-09-17Goldie Hess32-3-3
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS1010
referee: Billy Burke
1929-07-30Doc Snell50-25-23
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWKO310
time: 1:24
1929-07-16Baby Sal Sorio51-12-4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWKO510
1929-07-01Frankie Garcia48-26-14
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWDQ512
1929-05-23Bobby Neal0-3-0
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWTKO9
1929-05-17Frankie Garcia48-25-14
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1929-04-23Tod Morgan65-12-21
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USADSD1010
referee: Joe Mayers
The judges disagreed and Mayers called it a draw.
1929-02-08Bobby Bridges31-17-7
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWKO6
1929-02-01Tommy McCoy
Fort Collins, Colorado, USAWTKO4
1929-01-14Manuel Sena0-3-0
Cheyenne, Wyoming, USAWPTS1010
1929-01-08Tod Morgan64-11-21
City Auditorium, Denver, Colorado, USAWUD1010
1928-11-14Mickey Cohen32-6-6
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1928-11-12Manuel Sena0-2-0
Cheyenne, Wyoming, USAWPTS1010
1928-10-26Al Corbett30-11-2
Denver, Colorado, USAWTKO6
Corbett was unable to continue after falling from the ring.
1928-09-18Eddie Murdock5-10-6
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAWPTS1212
1928-09-11Cowboy Eddie Anderson55-20-20
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1928-06-19Eddie Murdock4-10-6
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USALPTS1212
Southwestern Lightweight Title
1928-05-15Sid Terris85-7-2
Stockyards Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USALPTS1010
1928-04-27Joe Awful Coffee10-5-1
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1928-04-17Sammy Sandow21-14-10
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWPTS1212
1928-04-13Marcial Zavala22-20-2
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USAWKO110
1927-11-03Young Tony Caponi30-13-7
Alamosa, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
Rocky Mountain Lightweight Title
1927-10-07Young Tony Caponi29-13-7
Denver, Colorado, USALDQ410
Rocky Mountain Lightweight Title
1927-07-22Dutch Crozier30-19-8
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWKO212
1927-05-19Nobe Cervantes10-12-11
Pueblo, Colorado, USAWPTS1010
1927-05-11Don Davis9-11-14
Denver, Colorado, USADPTS1010
1927-05-06Roscoe Hall17-4-2
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS66
1927-04-29Willie Brown
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS66
1927-04-11Johnny Mack9-5-9
Denver, Colorado, USAWKO3
1927-04-08Eddie Ketchell9-11-2
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1927-03-15Ted Blatt8-10-7
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1927-02-25Marty Fields0-0-1
Denver, Colorado, USAWKO3
1927-02-08Billy Mannweiler
Rialto Theatre, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWKO812
1927-02-04Al Gracio32-9-4
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1926-10-15Red Chapman53-15-0
Denver, Colorado, USADPTS44
The 1928 Everlast Record Book has this fight as belonging to Morris Kaplan AKA Red Chapman.
1926-10-08Eddie McKenna7-6-5
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1926-09-20Charley Lupica6-0-0
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1926-09-10Joey Clein7-1-0
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
1926-05-17Don Long15-11-7
Rialto Theatre, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USAWPTS1212
1926-05-06Jackie Kane5-8-2
Denver, Colorado, USADPTS44
1926-04-30King Tut12-0-0
Denver, Colorado, USAWPTS44
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