Victor McLaglen
Global ID11644
birthdate 1883-12-11
death date 1959-11-07 (75)
height6′ 3″   /   191cm
aliasSharkey McLaglen
country United Kingdom
residenceCape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
birth placeTunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom
birth nameVictor Andrew McLaglen
won 11 (KO 10) + lost 6 (KO 4) + drawn 1 = 19
rounds boxed 94 KO% 52.63

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1920-10-11Arthur Townley11-3-0
National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomLKO715x3
Western Daily Press - Tuesday 12 October 1920
1920-06-01Gordon Coghill7-6-0
London, United KingdomWTKO?
Exact date & round number unknown.
1920-02-23Frank Ray1-1-0
National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomWTKO1015x2
1919-11-24Frank Goddard10-2-0
National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomLKO315x2
Derby Daily Telegraph - Tuesday 25 November 1919
1915-06-24Dan McGoldrick11-7-4
Stamford Bridge, Chelsea, London, United KingdomWRTD520x3
Corner threw in the towel. Info - Miles Templeton.
1913-02-04Art Nelson2-1-0
Brown's Gym, New York, New York, USALDQ4
1913-01-30Sailor White14-10-0
Forty-Fourth Street A.C., New York, New York, USAWTKO310
referee: Young Corbett
In a rough scrap Sailor White claimed to have been struck low but it was disallowed.[Int'l News Service]
1913-01-03Sailor White13-10-0
Forty-Fourth Street A.C., New York, New York, USALKO3
White subbed for the Dublin Giant, Jim Coffee. McLaglen had it all his own way for most of the first three rounds when White whipped over a right to the jaw flattening the "Scot".
1910-08-19Charley Miller5-3-1
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USALPTS44
1910-08-12Tad Riordan3-3-1
Western A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO3
Date approximate. Source (San Francisco Call, 8/16/1910) reports the fight as having taken place a week before and does not give round in which McLaglen "disposed of Tad Riordan."
1910-07-15Charley Miller5-3-0
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USADPTS44
1909-11-01Young Sailor Burke
Palouse, Washington, USAWKO6
Exact date unknown. At this time McLaglen is a boxing instructor in a physical culture school and athletic gymnasium at Palouse, WA. Source: Jan. 1, 1910 Tacoma Daily Ledger.
1909-10-01Jim Griffen
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaWKO1
Exact date unknown. Source: Jan. 1, 1910 Tacoma Daily Ledger.
1909-09-01Ed Parker
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaWKO5
Exact date unknown. Source: Jan. 1, 1910 Tacoma Daily Ledger.
1908-08-10Denver Ed Martin17-7-0
Grand Theater, Aberdeen, Washington, USALKO320
referee: Jim Arnold
After this bout ended, a local judge handed Martin a card, requesting that the boxer come see him the following day. Martin did as requested, out of curiosity. The judge told Martin that people in Aberdeen admired clean and honest boxers such as Martin was, and immediately had him fitted for a $50.00 suit of clothes -- paid by the jurist, which was soon-after shipped to Martin. Meanwhile, the referee of this bout, "Honest" Jim Arnold, a boxer himself, who had been training for a comeback, reportedly broke a blood vessel during or soon after this bout, and died Sept. 15 at St. Joseph's Hospital. Tacoma Daily News
1908-05-28Phil Schlossberg1-0-0
Glide Rink, Tacoma, Washington, USANCNC510
referee: Mark Shaughnessy
1908-05-18Fred Russell17-13-4
Savoy Theater, Tacoma, Washington, USAWKO26
Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Title
McLaglen's third professional bout.

1908-03-08Curley Carr0-1-0
Puget Sound, Washington, USAWTKO620
The bout occurred on an unidentified island 25 miles north of Tacoma. Carr's second, Emil Schock, pulled his charge "to his corner in token of defeat" 1:12 into the round. McLaglen's second professional bout. Tacoma Daily News
1908-01-22Emil Schock2-1-2
Palm Theater, Aberdeen, Washington, USAWPTS2020
McLaglen's professional debut, after arriving in Tacoma a few weeks earlier from South Africa, via Vancouver, B.C., Canada. He scored seven knockdowns during the fourth round. Referee Eddie Burns's decision was "well received by the large crowd." Tacoma Daily News. (However, the Jan. 1, 1910 Tacoma Daily Ledger reported that a first-round KO over Kid Grant at Port Arthur may have been McLaglen's first bout.)


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