Dal Hawkins
Global ID10974
birthdate 1871-06-09
death date 1940-09-15 (69)
height5′ 6″   /   168cm
reach66½″   /   169cm
country USA
residenceSan Francisco, California, USA
birth placeSan Francisco, California, USA
birth nameDalzell Hawkins
won 24 (KO 18) + lost 14 (KO 10) + drawn 7 = 46
rounds boxed 506 KO% 39.13

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1905-11-13Unk Russell16-0-0
Washington S.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALKO46
The Ring all-Time Record Book, 1943 edition, incorrectly lists Hawkins as being knocked out on this date by Young Erne. The Philadelphia Item reports that Russell knocked out Hawkins.
1903-02-03Danny Duane25-10-6
Criterion A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1212
1902-09-19Jack Clifford4-1-2
Butte, Montana, USALKO720
1902-08-19Jerry McCarthy10-0-5
Butte, Montana, USADPTS1010
1902-05-21Perry Queenan28-16-28
Seattle Theater, Seattle, Washington, USALKO920
referee: Arthur W. Crane
Pacific Northwest Lightweight Title
Mrs. Hawkins almost went into hysterics when her husband was knocked out, and had to be restrained from climbing into the ring. Seattle Star

1902-04-15Perry Queenan26-16-28
Armory, Seattle, Washington, USALKO1420
referee: Arthur W. Crane
1902-01-10Perry Queenan26-15-28
Seattle Theater, Seattle, Washington, USAWPTS2020
referee: Jimmy Goegan
1901-07-02Martin Denny16-7-5
Grand Forks, British Columbia, CanadaDPTS2020
1901-02-28George 'Elbows' McFadden33-6-17
Mechanic's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USALDQ820
Hawkins landed low repeatedly.
1900-10-02Otto Sieloff19-5-9
Tattersall's, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS66
1900-09-11Eddie Connolly22-9-15
Tattersall's, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS66
1900-08-31Joe Gans84-6-11
Broadway A.C., New York, New York, USALKO325
The time of the knockout was either 2:21 (Brooklyn Daily Eagle) or 2:57 (NY Sun).
This was the last day the Horton law was in effect.

1900-05-25Joe Gans80-6-11
Broadway A.C., New York, New York, USALKO225
time: 1:15 | referee: Johnny White
Fought at 133lbs and both scaled under the limit. Both fighters were down in the first round.
1900-04-23Jerry Sullivan0-1-0
Hercules A.C., New York, New York, USAWTKO2
1900-03-17George Kerwin20-10-10
Tattersall's, Chicago, Illinois, USAWTKO2
1900-03-07Percy McIntyre3-3-2
Genesee A.C., Utica, New York, USAWPTS2525
1900-02-20Charley 'Young' Kenney6-3-0
Tattersall's, Chicago, Illinois, USAWTKO56
referee: Jimmy Bardell
Kenny was knocked down in the 1st round, got up after nine seconds, but dropped again for another four seconds. The referee first wanted to declare Hawkins the winner, but then allowed them to go on.
1900-01-25Martin Flaherty24-10-20
Coliseum, Hartford, Connecticut, USADPTS2525
referee: Jimmy Carroll
1900-01-01Patsy Sweeney24-1-9
Nutmeg A.C., Hartford, Connecticut, USAWTKO220
referee: Johnny White
Sweeney was knocked down twice in both rounds.
1899-12-04Jack Carrig5-6-5
Olympic A.C., Buffalo, New York, USAWTKO520
referee: Walter C Kelly
1899-07-07New York Jack O'Brien7-4-10
Broadway A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USALPTS2525
1899-03-03Frank Erne20-2-14
Woodward's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USALKO720
1899-01-23Dick Case8-3-1
Jefferson Theater, Seattle, Washington, USADPTS?
1898-12-20Kid McPartland27-5-8
Lenox A.C., New York, New York, USAWKO325
referee: Charlie White
1898-06-24Spike Sullivan21-0-3
Lenox A.C., New York, New York, USALKO2225
1897-12-16Eddie Connolly14-4-6
Knickerbocker A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO1420
1897-07-23George Dixon45-3-23
Mechanic's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USADPTS2020
referee: Jack Welsh
1897-03-17Martin Flaherty13-4-13
The Race Track Arena, Carson City, Nevada, USAWKO1
time: 1:04 | referee: Malachy Hogan
1896-11-20Harry Finnick9-2-1
Woodward's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USAWTKO210
referee: George Green
Finnick was down twice in the 1st round. Referee stopped the fight in the middle of the 2nd round to save Finnick from knockout.
1896-10-06Joe Gans35-2-8
Bohemian Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1515
referee: Honest John Kelly
1896-05-28Owen Ziegler18-5-7
People's Palace Theater, San Francisco, California, USALPTS88
referee: Jimmy Carroll
Both were down in the 1st round. Hawkins was down in the 6th round.
"Just before the call of time for the sixth round Jimmy Carroll, the referee, "smelt a mice," and quickly stepped over to Ziegler's corner for the purpose of examining his gloves. He found that the padding of the gloves was removed, and after arranging the mittens he cautioned Ziegler not to try the old game a second time." (San Francisco Call)

1896-05-01J. A. McGinley
Mechanic's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USAWKO66
referee: Alvie King
McGinley was knocked down three times in the 4th round.
1896-03-12Phil McGoldrich
Bush Street Theater, San Francisco, California, USAWKO2
1895-09-26Charles Rochette2-5-3
Colma, California, USAWDQ8
1893-06-21Harry Jones7-3-0
Pastime A.C., Portland, Oregon, USAWKO2
referee: Paddy Maher
Portland Oregonian.
1893-02-24William Miller
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO15
"Swede" died at 6 o'clock next morning due to injuries, reportedly 21 years of age.
1892-05-24Solly Smith10-0-2
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USALKO13
This was a fight to the finish for a $1500 purse. Source: The Los Angeles Times
1892-03-30Spider Gallagher0-1-0
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO4
1891-11-11Billy Donegan
Occidental A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO8
Hawkins was the Pacific Coast Bantamweight Champion. At stake was a purse of $400. Donegan was down in the fifth and eighth rounds. Hawkins scored the knockout with a clean left on the point of the chin. The Los Angeles Times
1891-08-21Walter Cathcart
Pacific A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWTKO3
Attributed to "Danny" Hawkins by the Los Angeles Times. Cathcart was 40-years-old. The purse was $300.
According to Evening Bulletin: "The bantam contest was for a purse of $250, and lasted but three rounds, Catheart's seconds throwing up the sponge in favor of Hawkins."

1891-02-24Danny Mahoney1-1-1
San Jose A.C., San Jose, California, USAWKO29
Bantamweight championship of the Pacific Coast
1890-12-10Jerry Haley0-1-0
Pavilion, Seattle, Washington, USAWKO4
1890-06-04Fred Bogan1-0-1
Golden Gate A.C., San Francisco, California, USALKO17
referee: Eddie Graney
Billed for the bantamweight championship of the Pacific Coast.
According to San Francisco Chronicle the "City Bantamweight Title" was at stake. The two boxers had fought seventy-five rounds at the same venue on the evening of June 3, 1890, but the boring bout was stopped at 2 a.m. and was to resume at 8 p.m. The last fifteen rounds of the bout were "very satisfactory."
"Fred Bogan and Del Hawkins continued their fight at the Golden Gate Club last night for the bantam-weight championship. Bogan won in the seventeenth round." (San Francisco Evening Bulletin)
"In the seventeenth and last round Hawkins landed a good one on Bogan's neck with his right. This blow roused the fire in Bogan and he rushed at Hawkins, crowding the latter into a corner, and then sent in blow after blow, with both right and left, on Hawkins' face, and finally landed the knock-out blow on Hawkins' jaw. The latter fell to the floor, striking the back of his head, completely knocked out." (Daily Alta California)

1890-06-03Fred Bogan1-0-1
Golden Gate A.C., San Francisco, California, USANCND73
referee: Eddie Graney
Billed for the bantamweight championship of the Pacific Coast.
"Seventy-three long, monotonous rounds were gone through. Referee Graney then ordered the fight to be continued this evening at 8 o'clock." (San Francisco Evening Bulletin)
"The boys had fought seventy-three rounds on Tuesday night, at which time they were unable to strike a blow, or would not do so, as each was scared and wanted a draw. Referee Graney ordered them to be on hand last evening and finish the battle." (Daily Alta California, 1890-06-05)

1888-06-04Charles Rochette
San Francisco, California, USADPTS44
1887-05-12Fred Bogan
San Jose, California, USADPTS1414


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