Ever Hammer
Global ID11883
birthdate 1894-10-30
death date 1969-09-13 (74)
height5′ 5½″   /   166cm
country USA
residenceChicago, Illinois, USA
birth placeSweden
birth nameEvert Ivar Hammar
won 37 (KO 21) + lost 19 (KO 2) + drawn 13 = 74
rounds boxed 505
Newspaper Decisions won 12 : lost 18 : drawn 1
rounds boxed 301
Total Bouts 105 KO% 20

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1930-03-31Sid Conn24-15-3
Ashland Blvd. Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS88
Hammer was making a comeback after about four and one-half years of retirement. (From the Chicago Tribune, Bob Soderman)
1926-08-19Ted Blatt7-8-3
DePaul University Athletic Field, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
Hammer "won a referee's decision." (Nevada State Journal)
1926-08-06Tony Sanders4-6-0
DePaul University Athletic Field, Chicago, Illinois, USAWKO310
1926-01-01Bud Hamilton23-11-10
Kansas City, Missouri, USAWPTS1010
Hammer "administered a bad beating." (AP)
1925-12-21Billy McCann24-15-9
Convention Hall, Hutchinson, Kansas, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Hutchinson News
1924-08-20Ace Hudkins20-3-8
Omaha, Nebraska, USALDQ710
referee: Leo Shea
1924-06-27Frankie Schaeffer3-2-0
Sager's Arena, Aurora, Illinois, USALNWS66
(Chicago Tribune)
1924-04-29Jack Zivic10-5-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1010
1923-11-01Joe Dundee31-8-5
Gayety Theater, Baltimore, Maryland, USALPTS1212
From Baltimore newspapers (Laurence Fielding).
1923-08-20Clyde Jeakle13-6-2
Columbus, Ohio, USALPTS1212
1923-07-04Bud Christiano17-6-5
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USADPTS1010
1923-04-19Tommy O'Brien27-17-10
Ashland Blvd. Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, USALNWS1010
(Chicago Tribune)
1923-02-26Sid Barbarian10-2-1
Detroit, Michigan, USALDQ610
The fight "was stopped by the referee in the sixth round because Hammer persisted in butting and holding despite repeated warnings." (Chronicle Telegram)
1923-01-08Ray Pryel8-1-0
Cincinnati, Ohio, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post. Hammer received a trouncing.
1922-11-27KO Mars21-10-4
Heuck's Opera House, Cincinnati, Ohio, USAWDQ710
time: 0:03 | referee: Lou Bauman
Mars was disqualified after a low blow, left Hammer unable to continue.
1922-09-29Clonie Tait23-3-2
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1922-09-11Lew Tendler30-3-0
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS88
Tendler "won an easy victory." (Wichita Daily Times) The Philadelphia newspapers gave their decisions to Tendler.
1922-08-05Benny Leonard68-5-0
Floyd Fitzsimmons' Arena, Michigan City, Indiana, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Chicago Tribune.
1922-06-30Charley White81-13-5
Mullen-Sager Arena, Aurora, Illinois, USAWNWS1010
Hammer won the newspaper decision. White down in ninth.(Appleton Post Crescent)
1922-05-12Richie Mitchell12-4-1
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decison from the Milwaukee Journal. Hammer floored Mitchell three times throughout.
1922-04-17Eddie Boehme10-2-0
Empress Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal, according to whom Hammer won decisively.
1922-04-04Maxie Green2-5-0
Private club, Chicago, Illinois, USAWKO58
Held in private; admission not open to general public.
1922-03-24Joe Jawson5-10-2
U.S.S. Commodore, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
Hammer won the newspaper decision. (Sheboygan Press Telegram) The Chicago Tribune agrees. The Tribune does not mention a possible second meeting between Hammer and Jawson on March 31. This was an official decision as the fight was held on Lake Michigan, outside the jurisdiction of the state of Illinois.
1921-12-29Johnny Noye26-9-8
Peoria, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
1921-12-15Bud Christiano9-3-1
Peoria, Illinois, USAWNWS1010
"According to a majority of newspaper men at ringside, Hammer took a lead in the early rounds and finished strong in the 10th. Christiano's best round was the ninth, which he took decisively, rocking Hammer with a shower of rights and lefts to the head and body." (Decatur Review)
1921-11-15Eddie Mahoney23-5-6
Omaha, Nebraska, USAWKO7
1921-07-25Morrie Schlaifer4-1-0
City Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, USAWKO610
1921-07-04Arlos Fanning31-15-10
City Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, USAWPTS1010
referee: Curley Ulrich
1921-02-21Johnny Mendelsohn9-0-0
Empress Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1920-10-15Manuel Freitas1-7-3
Sacramento, California, USADPTS44
1920-10-05Willie Robinson64-20-30
Arena, Vernon, California, USADPTS44
1920-10-01Young Joe Rivers4-10-1
Bakersfield Stadium, Bakersfield, California, USADPTS44
Correct Joe Rivers uncertain.
1920-09-04Phil Salvadore24-12-6
Bakersfield, California, USAWPTS44
1920-08-10Billy Alvarez22-17-32
Taft, California, USADPTS44
1920-06-09Dave Shade28-8-30
American Legion, Stockton, California, USADPTS44
referee: Fred Bottaro
According to Shade's hometown paper, The Stockton Daily Evening Record 6/9/1920, Hammer had all the best of it and deserved the decision. The infighting was fast and furious, with Hammer continually boring in and giving Shade no room to utilize his advantage in speed.
1920-05-26George Drew8-17-14
Taft, California, USADPTS44
1920-04-16Eddie Shannon38-16-27
Armory, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
referee: Grover Francis
1920-03-06Willie Hunefeld27-5-8
Washington Park, Los Angeles, California, USANCNC?4
Result unknown
1920-02-13Eddie Mahoney16-3-3
Arena, Vernon, California, USALPTS44
1920-01-23Gene Delmont14-21-10
Arena, Vernon, California, USAWPTS44
1919-12-16Allie Nack21-6-4
Arena, Vernon, California, USALPTS44
1919-10-31Tommy Richards32-10-20
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USALPTS44
1919-10-17Monk Fowler44-11-15
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USALPTS44
1919-10-10Tommy Richards31-9-20
Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USAWTKO24
1919-09-01Richie Mitchell8-1-1
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Journal
1919-08-11Jack Sheppard8-2-2
Elmwood Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USAWTKO815
referee: Lou Bauman
1919-05-27Jimmy Hanlon41-15-11
Aurora, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
1919-05-22Johnny Burns2-1-0
Chicago, Illinois, USAWKO410
1919-01-01Charley Metrie4-3-2
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWDQ710
1918-12-16Lew Tendler11-0-0
Olympia A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
Tendler "gave Ever Hammer, the Chicago lightweight, a bad beating." (Nevada State Journal) Both the Philadelphia Record and the Philadelphia Public Ledger gave Tendler the newspaper decision.
1918-03-10Bertie Coxhill2-0-0
Exact date & location unknown. Source: July 9, 1919 El Paso Herald
1918-01-24Sailor Friedman4-0-0
Fort Sheridan, Illinois, USALPTS1010
1918-01-18Johnny Noye11-2-0
Auditorium, Des Moines, Iowa, USALNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Des Moines Daily News
1918-01-04Jack Lewis
Gary, Indiana, USADPTS44
Lewis's second bout of the night after Jack White refused to go on (Chicago Tribune)
1917-12-01Dick DeSanders10-2-0
Southside Market House, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Pittsburgh Post. It was a close fight.
1917-11-19Pal Moran18-6-1
Orleans A.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, USALPTS1515
Reported by the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1917-11-01Chick Maglione0-2-0
Barberton, Ohio, USALNWS2020
Maglione won the newspaper decision. (Sandusky Star Journal)
1917-10-22Arlos Fanning20-7-7
Joplin, Missouri, USALPTS1515
1917-10-04Charley Metrie3-2-1
Mant's Academy, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Free Press.
1917-09-03Harvey Thorpe14-5-7
Joplin, Missouri, USALNWS1515
(Chicago Tribune)
1917-08-20Johnny Mex1-8-2
Lakeside Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USALPTS1515
referee: Abe Pollock
(Pueblo Chieftain)
1917-08-03Joe Koons3-0-0
Cambria A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS66
Newspaper decision in favor of Hammer from both the Philadelphia Record and the Philadelphia Public Ledger (Paul Zabala). This fight did not end in a 3-round knockout, as shown here previously.
1917-06-27Elmer Pruitt
Douglas, Wyoming, USAWKO2
1917-02-23Milburn Saylor34-20-8
Gary, Indiana, USANCNC9
Referee Ed Smith called the fight off "because of roughness." (Sandusky Star Journal)
1916-11-21Joe Welling12-3-3
Racine, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
referee: Joe Stout
Newspaper decision from the Racine Journal-News
This was a fiercely contested bout. Hammer was down twice in round 8

1916-10-18Benny Leonard26-4-0
Convention Hall, Kansas City, Missouri, USALTKO1215
referee: Edward W. Smith
Hammer's manager "stopped the bout to prevent his man from being punished farther after Hammer had been knocked down for the count of three. The fight was to have gone fifteen rounds. The knockdown in the twelfth round was the only one scored during the bout. Of the eleven full (rounds) fought by the two men, Leonard had eight, Hammer led in two, while one was even." (Daily Review). After the bout Billy Gibson, Leonard's manager, said that "Hammer hurt Leonard more in that one bout than 100 other opponents had done" Evening Review (Philadelphia). Leonard would later concur that Hammer "gave me the worst licking of my career."
1916-09-11Johnny Dundee22-2-6
Convention Hall, Kansas City, Missouri, USALPTS1515
1916-08-08Shamus O'Brien4-2-0
Armory A.A., Boston, Massachusetts, USAWDQ812
referee: Larry Conley
1916-08-01Johnny O'Leary33-7-18
Armory, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1212
referee: Larry Conley
1916-07-04Johnny Dundee21-2-6
Lovington Field, East Chicago, Indiana, USALNWS1010
Mixed results in newspapers: Fort Wayne News reported win for Dundee;
Decatur Review reported a draw; wire services reported "majority of reporters" had it a draw. Update: Extensive description and round-by-round coverage gives fight to Dundee. Source: Chicago Tribune. The Times(East Chicago)reported a tough fight but a win for Dundee 7/5/1916: "The Italian was too clever, although the Swede kept trying at all times and put up a fight which will in no way belittle his pugilistic prowess. Both played for the body when fighting at close quarters, and their bodies were a crimson color when they quit."

1916-05-15Bitter Root Kid4-0-1
Rhode Opera House, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USAWTKO710
1916-04-24Freddie Welsh63-3-6
Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Free Press
Welsh and his manager claimed the fighter injured his hand in an early round. The doctor of the boxing commission proclaimed it a bruise, not a break as Welsh claimed.

1916-03-31Ad Wolgast54-8-11
Auditorium, Racine, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
referee: Harry Stout
Newspaper decision from the Racine Journal News and Racine Times Call. Hammer got the better of it. It was a bloody, hard fought battle, "the meeting of the two greatest action-lads of the class"(Journal-News). Heavyweight Champion Jess Willard and former Lightweight Champion Battling Nelson were at ringside.
1916-03-02Joe Welling9-3-3
Kenosha, Wisconsin, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Milwaukee Free Press
1915-12-10Joe Sherman6-3-5
Gary Theater, Gary, Indiana, USAWPTS1010
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