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Jack Reddick
Global ID11345
sexmale
birthdate 1903-02-22
death date 1951-04-16 (48)
divisionmiddleweight
stanceorthodox
height5′ 9½″   /   177cm
aliasJohn Runner Jr.
country Canada
residenceMoose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada
birth placeWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
won 33 (KO 23) + lost 11 (KO 4) + drawn 5 = 51
rounds boxed 345
Newspaper Decisions won 6 : lost 3 : drawn
rounds boxed 92
Total Bouts 60 KO% 38.33
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1927-09-10Jeff Vidal2-1-0
Wolseley, Saskatchewan, CanadaWPTS1010
1927-08-21Jeff Vidal2-0-0
Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, CanadaWPTS66
1927-07-01Battling Kid Saunders
Indian Head, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO6
1927-04-06Battling Kid Saunders
Minnedosa, Manitoba, CanadaLNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1926-11-06Al Anderson0-4-0
Strathmore, Alberta, CanadaLDQ710
1926-04-23Roy Mitchell11-2-1
Halifax, Nova Scotia, CanadaLKO3
Reddick claimed the Canadian light heavyweight title, but both were over the limit. Mitchell landed a right, a left and a smashing right that laid Reddick out cold, coming to ten minutes later in his dressing room.
1926-01-01Young Jack Dempsey15-4-8
Tacoma, Washington, USALKO16
1925-12-11Young Peter Jackson9-10-6
Armory, Portland, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
1925-10-22Young Jack Dempsey13-4-7
Auditorium, Tacoma, Washington, USADPTS66
1925-10-08Bob Fox7-5-1
Stettler, Alberta, CanadaLDQ6
Canada light heavyweight title
After being warned several times, Reddick is disqualified for a low punch.
1925-09-11Roy Cliffe5-3-1
Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDPTS1010
1925-06-19Bob Sage18-4-1
Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaLPTS1010
Reddick is the Canadian Middleweight Champion at this time
1925-06-04Joe Miske0-1-0
Swift Current, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO3
1925-06-02Earl Wynne0-1-0
Newark, New Jersey, USANCND1010
1925-05-25Kid Norfolk81-20-6
Stadium Rink, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaLPTS1212
Reddick is the Canadian Light Heavyweight Champion at this time.
1925-05-17Del Fontaine4-0-0
Estevan, Saskatchewan, CanadaDPTS1010
1925-05-11Carl Augustine3-5-0
Auditorium Rink, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1925-04-24Harry Greb87-6-3
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaLPTS1010
referee: Lou Marsh
"Greb outclassed Reddick in every round" (Pittsburgh Post). Reddick showed plenty of courage and willingness, but he was no match for his veteran opponent. In a special to the Manitoba Free Press referee March wrote: 'Reddick can trim a lot of high class light-heavyweights, but he was outclassed in everything but courage by the Pittsburgh wonder man. If Mickey Walker, the welterweight champion, can trim this Greb when they meet in New York next June 16 for the middleweight title, then a one-armed Chinaman wearing a ball and chain can trim a gorilla on his own diamond.' The Toronto Globe said that "There never was a stage of any of the ten rounds when Reddick appeared to have a chance against the shifty champion, but, be it said to is credit. he kept everlastingly trying." For awhile Reddick tried to tie up Greb but never found a way to do it." Reddick tried for a knockout in the last round, but wound up taking "a worse beating than in any of the preceding rounds."
1925-01-19Harry Krohn16-24-5
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO310
referee: Lou Marsh
Krohn was fined $100 of his $300 purse for showing up out of condition. "It was only a shell of the old Harry Krohn that stepped out last night... In the second round Reddick floored Krohn with a driving right. Krohn was satisfied to stay down right then, but Referee Marsh refused to count him, and ordered him to get up and box on. In the third, Reddick found him with a half a dozen hard drives and he went down like a side of beef. The official did not even waste his breath counting." - Toronto Star
1925-01-07Johnny Papke2-3-1
Board of Trade Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1924-11-06Soldier Buck8-10-1
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO212
time: 1:13 | referee: Jake Abel
1924-10-21Bill Reed17-23-7
Miami, Florida, USAWPTS1010
1924-10-15Bill Reed17-23-7
Miami, Florida, USALNWS1010
The Squared Circle, Boxing & Wrestling News
1924-10-07Harry Fay4-2-0
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USADPTS1212
referee: Bill Kaliska
1924-09-19Paul Berlenbach17-1-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALKO8
1924-09-09Billy McGowan5-4-1
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO510
1924-09-05Jock McDonald
Arena, Syracuse, New York, USAWPTS66
referee: Tommy Connolly | judge: George Dufore | judge: William Gray
1924-08-01Frankie Schoell52-10-5
LKO7
exact date unknown
1924-07-30Joe Edwards0-2-0
Auditorium, Ottawa, Ontario, CanadaWKO810
Canada light heavyweight title
Reddick retains.
1924-07-14Soldier Jones19-21-0
Coliseum, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO910
referee: Hugh Hayes
Canada light heavyweight title
"Jones was knocked over the ropes in the eighth and saved by the bell. He failed to come into the ring when the ninth opened and was counted out on the floor." - Toronto Star. According to the Globe & Mail, Jones was "wrestled or shoved" over the ropes. Both papers had Reddick well ahead in the bout.
1924-07-11Frankie Schoell52-10-5
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaNCND10
Exact date unknown
1924-05-29Jack Williams0-1-0
Estevan, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO3
1924-05-24Oakland Billy Harms25-9-8
Calgary, Alberta, CanadaWKO515
1924-05-16Kid Moose17-7-1
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaWPTS1212
1924-04-25Soldier Jones19-20-0
Arena Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO510
referee: Lou Marsh
Canada light heavyweight title
Behind from the first minute of round one, Reddick was in serious trouble in round 5. Hurt by a hard left hook, he put everything he had into a short right to Jones' jaw which ended it there and then. The punch broke his hand, and he nearly collapsed from the pain and the beating he'd taken.
1924-04-09Jack Bloom1-1-0
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWTKO610
Bloom's seconds threw a towel into the ring before the start of round 6.
1924-04-04Ted Moore40-8-0
Syracuse, New York, USALPTS66
Reddick staggered Moore with a right to the head in the 4th and broke his hand. Moore took quick advantage and jabbed his way to victory.
1924-03-10Bert Kenny10-18-1
Standard Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO610
A right uppercut put Kenny down for the count. "Kenny took a sound beating all along the route." - Toronto Star
1924-02-11Art Mayer0-1-0
Standard Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO310
referee: Lou Marsh
Mayer was a late sub for Tony Stabanau of New York who backed out.
1924-01-21Homer Robertson0-1-0
Standard Theatre, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWDQ610
referee: Lou Marsh
"The referee found it necessary to repeatedly warn Robinson during the six rounds that the bout lasted to cease clinching, and in the sixth issued a warning in more vehement terms than its predecessors. Robinson then went to the canvas without being hit, but arose when Referee Marsh refused to count over him. It was not many seconds before the colored boxer placed his chin in the path of a light and glancing blow and went down again. The referee refused to count and Robinson refused to box, so the bout came to an end. The Ontario Athletic Commission has ordered the promoters to withhold Robinson's purse until they decide what shall be done with it." - Globe & Mail
1923-12-07Billy Ehmke7-6-1
Board of Trade Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS88
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1923-11-12Jack O'Brien
Citizens' A.C., Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO315
referee: George Allen
1923-10-25Billy Ehmke7-5-1
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaWRTD3
referee: George Allen
Ehmke who fell throught the ropes, onto the floor, was not out for the 4th round.
1923-10-19Gunner Joe Quinn7-2-2
Regina, Saskatchewan, CanadaWPTS1212
1923-09-04Gunner Joe Quinn6-2-2
Board of Trade Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1923-08-04Ray Mitchell
Grand Theatre, Regina, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO615
1923-06-28Mike O'Connor
Lacrosse Grounds, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWTKO1115
Billed as for the middleweight championship of Western Canada.
1923-06-22Mark Moore3-3-0
Stadium Rink, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaWPTS1212
Reddick survived a flash knockdown and a count of 6 in the final round, otherwise dominating his American opponent.
1923-05-25Jack Johnson
Moose Jaw A.A. Gym, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO510
1923-04-20Fred Cullen3-1-3
Legion Stadium, Hollywood, California, USALPTS44
1923-04-01Sailor Tom King9-9-4
DPTS44
Exact date in 1923 and location unknown.
1923-03-01Chuck Foster
WKO9
Exact date and location unknown / Held in 1923
1923-01-05Heinie Zimmerman3-7-1
Beaver Boxing Club, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Manitoba Free Press
1923-01-01Sammy Trapp
WKO10
Exact date and location unknown / Held in 1923
1922-11-10Tom Fowler
International A.C., Saint Boniface, Manitoba, CanadaWKO2
1922-11-04Art Allen0-1-0
Brandon, Manitoba, CanadaWPTS1010
1922-07-17Heinie Zimmerman3-7-1
Amphitheatre Rink, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Winnipeg Free Press
1922-06-22Kid Whitey1-0-0
Board of Trade Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWKO110
time: 2:10
1922-05-11Billy Burke2-3-0
International A.C., Saint Boniface, Manitoba, CanadaLNWS1010
Newspaper decision from Winnipeg Free Press
1922-01-27Art Allen
Rose Room Gymnasium, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWKO1

 
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