Jack Renault
Global ID11315
birthdate 1895-01-18
death date 1967-07-28 (72)
height6′ 1″   /   185cm
aliasLeo Dumoulin
country Canada
residenceMontreal, Quebec, Canada
birth placeNotre-Dame-des-Bois, Quebec, Canada
birth nameLeonard Dumoulin
won 68 (KO 36) + lost 22 (KO 2) + drawn 2 = 98
rounds boxed 713
Newspaper Decisions won 10 : lost 6 : drawn 1
rounds boxed 172
Total Bouts 115 KO% 31.3

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1933-05-22Jack Van Noy19-13-2
Waltz Dream Arena, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USALPTS88
1933-05-17Don Petrin21-10-1
Plainfield, New Jersey, USALPTS?
1932-12-01Alan Campbell10-2-0
Theatre Royal, Timaru, New ZealandLPTS1515
referee: Joe Stewart
The Timaru Herald December 2, 1932
1932-08-10Young Stribling215-12-14
Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland, AustraliaLRTD515
referee: Harald Baker
The Brisbane Courier ,Qld Thursday 11 August 1932
1931-09-21Larry Gains69-11-3
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaLPTS1010
Canada heavyweight title
Gains retains title.
1931-09-09Tony Thompson1-1-0
Sherbrooke, Quebec, CanadaWKO410
Renault scored three knockdowns before the KO. Exact date unknown. TR1131.47
1931-06-15Harold Mays24-9-0
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USALPTS610
Originally scheduled for 10 rounds. When "the men clambered into the ring it was announced as an eight-round event. Then, in the intermission between the third and fourth rounds, the distance was changed to six rounds in order to permit the main event to start earlier. The reductions found the crowd uncomplaining." New York Times
1931-06-08Add Warren39-6-4
Charlotte, North Carolina, USAWPTS1010
Warren was billed as North Carolina's Heavyweight Champion. Montreal Herald
1931-05-18Art Weigand45-24-12
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO510
time: 0:24
1931-04-11Pat Redmond23-6-0
Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS66
1931-01-02Pierre Charles42-19-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALUD1010
"Charles and Renault flopped and floundered about in a bout whose action demonstrated it did not belong in the Garden. Charles did less floundering and only slightly more fighting than Renault and was entitled to the decision...." New York Times Renault was a last-minute substitute for Mateo Osa who had injured his arm in training.
1930-12-12Arthur De Kuh33-9-1
Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWNWS1010
Renault won the newspaper decision. (Havre Daily News) Also see The Ring, February 1931, page 53.
1930-11-06Otto von Porat24-8-0
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USALSD1010
Renault down in 1st & 8th
1930-10-06Babe Hunt47-1-4
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
1930-09-17Stanley Poreda7-2-0
1930-09-10Salvatore Ruggirello16-14-0
Woodcliff Park, Poughkeepsie, New York, USAWUD1010
1930-06-30Harold Mays22-8-0
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
1930-03-17Tommy Loughran60-8-5
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALUD1010
1929-09-23Ernie Schaaf22-5-1
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USALPTS1010
1929-07-17Young Bob Fitzsimmons25-8-1
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1010
1929-06-06Mike Sankowitz12-4-1
Paterson, New Jersey, USADPTS1010
1929-05-20George LaRocco26-15-1
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USALDQ1010
time: 2:24 | referee: Andy Griffin
"Jack Renault, attempting to start a ring comeback, piled up a big margin against George La Rocco, New Rochelle Italian, last night, only to lose on a foul thirty-six seconds before the end of their ten-round bout." (Daily Northwestern)
1928-12-25Paulino Uzcudun35-6-2
Estadio Versalles, Cali, ColombiaLUD1010
referee: Rafael Plata
Colombian heavyweight title
Source: El Tiempo (Bogota)
1928-10-22Jim Maloney34-6-1
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
1928-10-05Al Friedman19-13-3
Benjamin Field Arena, Tampa, Florida, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from Tampa Tribune
1928-06-01Chuck Wiggins54-27-12
Battery A Arena, Saint Louis, Missouri, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Boston Globe.
1928-05-24Chuck Wiggins54-27-12
Battery A Arena, Saint Louis, Missouri, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Associated Press
1928-04-13Long Tom Hawkins20-14-4
Coliseum, San Diego, California, USALPTS1010
referee: Benny Whitman
1928-03-06Hoot Burger29-2-0
Armory, Portland, Oregon, USAWTKO310
Burger down 7 times
1927-11-18Leo Gates29-24-3
Benjamin Field Arena, Tampa, Florida, USAWPTS1010
1927-10-14Jack Delaney64-9-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1010
This was the first round of Tex Rickard's heavyweight elimination process to select an opponent for Gene Tunney in 1928. Renault weighed 19 1/2 pounds more than Delaney. He suffered a broken nose in the fourth round from an uppercut when he broke from a clinch. Delaney had been dropped by a right hand in the second round. Renault worked Delaney to the body, but could not overcome Delaney's lead at long-range work. The judgement against Renault was no doubt influenced by the gory mask of his face from the 4th round to the eighth.
1927-08-25Arthur De Kuh14-1-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWPTS1010
referee: Jack O'Sullivan | judge: George Patrick | judge: Billy Joh
Attendance: 6,000
A "clumsy exhibition, which was boresome throughout." New York Times
"..Renault clearly outboxed his clumsy Italian rival, winning six rounds with two even and one for DeKuh..." Canadian Press

1927-07-04Quintin Romero Rojas21-21-4
Kansas City, Missouri, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision. Reported in the New York Times and other sources as an upset win for Romero Rojas. This was Renault's return to the ring after several months working on a movie in Hollywood.
1926-05-07Jack DeMave18-8-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWPTS1010
referee: Patsy Haley
Boxing cooly and deliberately Renault easily outpointed DeMave; bloodied his face in the sixth with hooks and straight rights.
1926-04-27Sully Montgomery25-10-1
Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWTKO710
From The Ring, June 1926, page 31.
1926-03-23Santiago Esparraguera35-11-3
Havana, CubaWDQ8
Round not known.
1926-03-17Marine Tolliver6-4-0
Havana, CubaWKO1
1926-03-10Roleaux Saguero15-9-0
Havana, CubaWPTS1212
Renault is the Canadian Heavyweight Champion; Saguero is the Cuban Heavyweight Champion.
1926-02-26Jack League2-2-0
Benjamin Field Arena, Tampa, Florida, USAWTKO410
Renault is the Canadian Heavyweight Champion at this time.
1926-02-03Joe Kurt
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USAWTKO310
1926-01-26Quintin Romero Rojas20-12-3
Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWKO410
1926-01-21Clemente Saavedra4-11-1
Tampa, Florida, USAWKO210
1925-12-01Sgt Jack Adams1-1-0
Coliseum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWTKO510
Adams was the United States Army Heavyweight Champion at this time. This result was given in many newspapers from press service distribution.
1925-10-12Marine Tolliver5-0-0
Canton Auditorium, Canton, Ohio, USAWTKO412
Referee Davis stopped the bout.
1925-08-25Marine Tolliver5-0-0
Riverview Park, Bellaire, Ohio, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Steubenville Herald-Star
1925-06-06George Godfrey19-9-1
Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USALPTS1010
referee: Tommy Laird
Renault dropped Godfrey in the first round but George evened it in the 4th when he landed a hard left and right to the Canadian's head and Renault half slipped and half fell to the mat, taking a count of three. Later in the same round Godfrey landed a withering right to Renault's jaw, causing him to sway momentarily.
1925-05-20Johnny Risko10-2-0
Cleveland, Ohio, USAWPTS1212
Risko hit the deck six times and earned the nickname "Rubber Man".
1925-04-06Jack Sharkey9-4-0
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
referee: Johnny Brassil | judge: Jim Harmon | judge: John T. Glackin
Some controversy, as two Massachusetts papers, the Lowell Sun and Boston Globe, had Renault winning majority of rounds. This was a major blow to Renault's career.
1925-03-23Quintin Romero Rojas16-6-3
113th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper decision for Renault according to Pittsburgh Post and other sources. Rojas is said to have taken an awful beating.
1925-03-06Homer Smith34-17-1
Detroit, Michigan, USAWPTS1010
"Smith's gamenes and abiltiy to absorb punishment was all that enabled him to stay the limit" (New York Times)
1925-02-20Charley Potash2-1-1
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USAWKO312
1925-01-30Bob Roper39-21-7
City Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, USAWPTS1010
1925-01-22Joe Stoessel6-1-3
Rink S.C., Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1212
1924-12-05Quintin Romero Rojas15-4-3
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
referee: Joe O'Connor | judge: Dave Nelligan | judge: John T. Glackin
Majority at ringside felt Renault won 8 of the 10 rounds. / 1924-12-11-Romero Rojas was procclaimed South American Heavyweight Champion
1924-09-08George Godfrey14-8-1
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Zabala & Kincaid).
1924-08-25Homer Smith31-15-0
Bison Stadium, Buffalo, New York, USAWPTS1010
referee: Dick Nugent
Smith was down seven times during the bout, once in the 1st and twice in each of the 4th, 9th and 10th.
1924-08-11Bartley Madden18-5-2
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens, New York, USAWPTS1515
"Jack Renault, Canadian heavyweight, gave Bartley Madden a scientific boxing lesson in a 15-round match at the Queensboro A.C. in Long Island City last night, decisively beating his opponent all through the route and cutting him up badly about the face." — Vancouver Sun, Aug. 12, 1924.
1924-06-27Joe Burke4-13-0
Empire Theatre, Toledo, Ohio, USAWKO112
1924-05-26Bill Reed16-20-7
Dayton, Ohio, USAWKO612
1924-05-14Joe White6-8-0
Providence, Rhode Island, USAWTKO7
1924-03-21Bob Roper39-19-7
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USAWNWS1010
Popular verdict - a win for Renault (World Almanac)
Capt. Bob Roper was dropped twice in the 3rd round by short right hands. From the 4th round on he absorbed a terrific beating to the body.

1924-03-07Cliff Kramer11-2-4
Kenwood Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USAWKO410
From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1924-02-04Digger Brown0-1-0
Detroit, Michigan, USAWKO210
1924-01-23Tom Roper8-2-2
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USAWKO212
Providence News 24 January 1924 p13
1924-01-15Al Benedict10-27-0
Drill Hall, Quebec City, Quebec, CanadaWKO110
time: 2:20
1924-01-09Joe White6-6-0
St. Denis Theatre, Montreal, Quebec, CanadaWPTS1010
1923-12-10Tom Cowler50-23-2
Flower City A.C., Rochester, New York, USAWKO412
A hard blow to the body finished Cowler and he had to be carried to his corner.
1923-11-02Floyd Johnson32-3-7
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWKO1515
time: 2:29
According to Henry R. Farrell of the British United Press wire service, Renault put down Johnson three times in the last round, the last time for 10 minutes before doctors revived him.
1923-10-10Soldier Jones18-18-0
St. Denis Theatre, Montreal, Quebec, CanadaWUD1010
Canada heavyweight title
Attendance: 5,276
1923-10-01Fred Fulton72-11-2
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWKO910
referee: Jerry Moore
Renault had Fulton down for a short count in round 2.
1923-09-28Joe Downey7-4-1
Mullen-Sager Arena, Aurora, Illinois, USAWKO310
time: 1:48
From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1923-09-20Tiny Jim Herman24-6-8
Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, USAWKO710
1923-08-05Antolin Fierro6-2-0
Stadium Marina, Havana, CubaWKO212
1923-06-28Ted Jamieson7-9-1
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USALDQ310
1923-05-23Joe Lohman8-4-1
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens, New York, USAWKO612
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