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Augie Ratner
Global ID11283
sexmale
birthdate 1894-05-20
death date 1979-05-14 (84)
divisionmiddleweight
height5′ 8″   /   173cm
country USA
residenceNew York, New York, USA
birth placeNew York, New York, USA
won 34 (KO 14) + lost 21 (KO 1) + drawn 6 = 62
rounds boxed 630
Newspaper Decisions won 30 : lost 7 : drawn 4
rounds boxed 388
Total Bouts 103 KO% 13.59
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1926-08-20Eddie Nugent2-3-0
Stadium, Long Beach, New York, USAWPTS66
1926-07-05Osk Till18-6-6
Celeron Ball Park, Jamestown, New York, USALPTS1010
referee: Dick Nugent
1926-06-08Bryan Downey44-11-11
Olympic Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USALNWS1010
referee: Charles Mungie
Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ratner floored in first.
1926-05-12Lee Willetts14-7-3
Mitchel Field Arena, Mineola, New York, USALPTS88
1926-04-26Charley Arthurs12-12-8
Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1925-03-30Jimmy Slattery59-2-0
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USALTKO210
time: 1:35 | referee: Johnny Brassil
Ratner's corner threw in towel
1925-02-09Osk Till6-3-4
Convention Hall, Rochester, New York, USADPTS1010
1925-01-19Osk Till6-2-4
Convention Hall, Rochester, New York, USAWPTS1010
1925-01-01Harry Greb82-6-3
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USALPTS1010
referee: Eddie Kennedy
According to the Pittsburgh Post, Greb gave Ratner an unmerciful whipping, winning every round. Ratner took his licking without a whimper, but when he saw that he had no chance he "failed to come into the open and make a fight of it." When the referee reproached him, he replied "Make him (Greb) quite holding and hitting." As for Greb, he ran rings around Ratner, then slowed down and tried to knock him out but couldn't. Ratner landed his best punch of the fight at the start of round 10, but his advantage was fleeting.
1924-11-14Allentown Joe Gans27-4-3
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1212
1924-09-29Frankie Schoell53-10-5
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USALPTS66
referee: Art Straub
1924-07-24Paul Berlenbach16-1-0
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USADPTS88
1924-07-03Harold Abbott12-9-4
Arena, Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York, USALPTS1212
1924-05-07Dave Shade68-13-46
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
referee: Jack Sheehan | judge: William T. McDermott | judge: Pat Moran
1924-04-23Jock Malone50-6-3
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
referee: Johnny Brassil | judge: William T. McDermott | judge: John T. Glackin
1924-03-01Larry Estridge23-1-1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
1923-09-26'Hamilton' Johnny Brown21-1-0
Drill Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland, United KingdomDPTS2020x3
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 27 September 1923 P 3
1923-07-30Ted Kid Lewis172-24-11
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United KingdomWPTS2020x3
referee: Jack Smith
This fight was mostly at close quarters, with Ratner pounding away at Lewis's left side and winning decisively.
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Tuesday 31 July 1923 P 11

1923-06-04Roland Todd56-5-2
Holland Park Rink, Kensington, London, United KingdomLPTS2020x3
This was an unpopular decision according to the Associated Press report--most observors feeling that Ratner won the fight. Boxing reported the same, and said that "It was all the fight it had been expected to develop. It was wonderfully clean, fast, crisp and interesting."
Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Tuesday 05 June 1923 P 9

1923-03-03Jack Delaney29-3-1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USALPTS1212
1923-02-05Mike Dempsey11-2-2
Rochester, New York, USAWPTS1212
1923-01-29Vincent Lopez4-2-0
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USANCNC58
From the Philadelphia Inquirer.
1922-11-10Jock Malone36-4-3
Danceland Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from Boxing Blade, November 25, 1922, page 7. and Detroit Free Press
1922-11-02Al Norton16-4-3
Athletic Club, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWNWS66
Newspaper decision from Boxing Blade, November 18, 1922, page 7.
1922-07-26Lou Bogash47-5-9
State Street Arena, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USADPTS1212
referee: Terry Lee
1922-06-03Frank Carbone22-18-6
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1212
1922-05-16Jock Malone31-2-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USADPTS1515
Attendance: 6,000--"one of the poorest professional fight crowds in the history of the Garden." New York Times
1922-04-04Jackie Clark39-16-15
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
1922-03-25Jock Malone28-2-1
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
According to the Boston Globe, this was a bad decision.
1922-03-06Jack Delaney24-1-1
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWTKO112
1922-02-20Dave Rosenberg23-2-5
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS88
1921-12-05Mike Gibbons61-2-4
Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USALPTS1212
1921-10-07Young Fisher18-19-2
Arena, Syracuse, New York, USAWPTS1515
referee: Claude Tibbitts
1921-08-04Mike Gibbons56-1-4
Dyckman Oval, Manhattan, New York, USALPTS1010
1921-06-20Italian Joe Gans22-5-1
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USAWTKO1012
time: 0:55 | referee: Chuck Oldis
1921-05-27Jim Montgomery2-2-1
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWTKO812
1921-04-13Ted Kid Lewis164-21-11
Manhattan Casino, New York, New York, USAWPTS1515
1921-03-24Jack Stone0-1-0
Manhattan Casino, New York, New York, USAWPTS1010
1921-02-14Bryan Downey31-2-7
Rochester, New York, USALPTS1515
1921-01-17Bryan Downey30-2-7
Convention Hall, Rochester, New York, USALPTS1515
Downey and Ratner did not fight on January 1, 1921, as previously shown here (Rochester Herald).
1920-11-29Jackie Clark29-12-14
Convention Hall, Rochester, New York, USAWPTS1515
This fight was a 15-rounder, not 10 rounds as previously shown.:Rochester NY Democrat Chronicle 20 November 1920
1920-11-15Bryan Downey29-2-7
Olympia A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS88
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Public Ledger, Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Philadelphia Record, all in favor of Ratner.
1920-09-08Johnny Wolgast10-7-1
State Street Arena, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USAWDQ812
Wolgast was disqualified for punching low.
1920-06-28Marty Cross21-8-3
4th Regiment Armory, Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Record.
1920-06-21Silent Martin30-13-2
Rochester, New York, USAWNWS1010
referee: Jack Lewis
Newspaper decision from the Rochester Herald (Paul Zabala).
1920-04-13Jackie Clark28-9-12
Rochester, New York, USADNWS1010
Report from both the NY Times and Syracuse Herald show this fight to have been a newspaper draw, and not a win for Ratner. The Rochester Herald reported the same result.
1920-03-17Mike O'Dowd38-2-1
Auditorium, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USALNWS1010
World Middleweight Title
Although a no-decision bout O'Dowd's title was at stake if he lost inside the distance
Newspaper decision from the Chicago Tribune, which reported that O'Dowd won easily. Ratner fought on the defensive until the last two rounds. The Minneapolis Journal also gave the newspaper decision to O'Dowd.

1920-03-12Steve Choynski3-3-0
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USAWNWS1010
Buffalo Boxing Record
1920-03-04Farmer Sullivan1-3-0
Community Hall, Johnson City, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Binghamton Press.
1919-11-04Soldier Bartfield36-6-1
1st Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS88
This was not a TKO loss for Bartfield as previously shown. New York Times and Chicago Tribune had Ratner winning--the Boston Globe had Bartfield winning by a comfortable margin. All three papers state that the fight went the scheduled eight rounds. (The Pittsburgh Post reported that Bartfield fell and wrenched his ankle in round six, so it appears that an incorrect report did go out that he was stopped.)
1919-09-29Mike O'Dowd30-2-1
Open-Air Arena, Jersey City, New Jersey, USALNWS88
referee: Harry Ertle
Newspaper decision from the Jersey Journal (Jack Kincaid).
1919-06-16Johnny Basham56-9-6
National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomDPTS2020x3
According to Boxing, June 18, 1919, this was a "splendid contest" and their reporter thought that Basham deserved the decision.
1919-04-24Mick Ronan1-1-1
Theatre Royal, Dublin, IrelandWTKO415
1919-03-27Boy McCormick13-3-1
Holborn Stadium, Holborn, London, United KingdomWPTS1515x3
Ratner won decisively and gave a clever exhibition of boxing.
1918-12-12Corporal Billy Fullerton6-7-0
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United KingdomWPTS33x3
Inter-allied armed forces competition. Ratner fought a Sgt. Fuller in the final welterweight competion.
1918-12-11Albert Blanchard
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United KingdomWPTS33x3
This fight was part of a interservice competition between boxers from the US Armed Forces and the British Armed Forces. They were decision bouts. (Chicago Tribune)
1918-12-11Marty Cross19-5-1
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, United KingdomWPTS33x3
This was the first of two bouts Ratner fought on this day as part of an interservice competition between boxers from the US Armed Forces and the British Armed Forces.
1918-07-16Sgt Ross
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWNWS44
Ratner won the "newspaper decision." This bout was part of the benefit card for the United States War Department's Training Camp Activities Fund to finance athletic equipment for American military; over $20,000 was raised. Ross, stationed at Fort Zachary Taylor, was a protege of Packey McFarland, who fought a three-round exhibition with Danny Fields on this card.
1918-05-06Johnny Wilson24-14-0
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USALPTS1212
1918-04-29Eddie Revoire12-5-1
Lyric Theater, Baltimore, Maryland, USAWPTS1010
From Baltimore newspapers (Laurence Fielding).
1918-03-26Tommy Robson24-6-2
Arena (Armory A.A.), Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1212
1918-03-11Young Denny27-14-6
Orleans A.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, USALPTS1515
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1918-01-21Harry Greb27-2-1
Dauphine Theater, New Orleans, Louisiana, USALPTS2020
This was a referee's decision. Greb won 17 rounds, Ratner took the 12th, and two were even. Greb was wild at times but overwhelmed Ratner who lasted by holding on. The crowd marvelled at Greb's endurance.
1918-01-12Sailor Hildebrand
Dauphine Theater, New Orleans, Louisiana, USAWKO110
1918-01-01Victor Dahl7-4-1
University Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USAWPTS1010
1917-12-11Frank Carbone11-6-2
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-11-17Dummy Jordan4-5-3
Broadway S.C., Brooklyn, New York, USAWKO210
1917-10-06Walter Laurette2-0-1
Fairmont A.C., Bronx, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-09-29Mike McTigue21-5-1
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-09-10Paul Dixon1-5-0
Military A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-08-24Zulu Kid17-2-0
Brown's Gym A.A., Far Rockaway, Queens, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Record and from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-07-06Silent Martin26-8-1
Brown's Gym A.A., Far Rockaway, Queens, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-06-21Victor Dahl5-2-0
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-05-25Young Jack O'Brien11-3-4
Harlem S.C., New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1917-05-12Val Sontag2-2-0
Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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