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Leo Lomski
Global ID12066
sexmale
birthdate 1903-10-27
death date 1975-11-12 (72)
divisionlight heavyweight
stanceorthodox
height5′ 10″   /   178cm
reach71″   /   180cm
aliasAberdeen Assassin
country USA
residenceAberdeen, Washington, USA
birth placeOklahoma, USA
birth nameLeo Joseph Lomski
won 100 (KO 39) + lost 27 (KO 5) + drawn 16 = 143
rounds boxed 1035 KO% 27.27
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1936-12-04Lee Ramage44-10-6
Coliseum, San Diego, California, USALKO610
time: 2:31 | referee: Charley Randolph
1936-11-20Tommy Gibson0-3-0
Masonic Temple, Rockford, Illinois, USAWKO4
1936-11-13Pret Ferrar16-7-4
Rockford, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
1936-10-09Mickey Dugan19-11-1
White City Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USAWKO310
Only 429 fans attended, for a gate of $394.00.
1936-09-22King Levinsky72-28-6
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
referee: Tom Louttit
1936-08-06Jack Petric14-17-2
Dallas, Texas, USAWPTS1010
1936-07-20Pal Silvers66-24-8
Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USALSD88
Lomski was down in round one. From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1936-07-13Eddie Boyle3-4-2
Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS1010
Boyles was knocked down twice. According to the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman), this was a 10-rounder, not 8 as shown here previously.
1936-07-04Ford Smith28-18-7
Red Lodge, Montana, USADPTS1010
1936-06-08Adolph Wiater19-5-3
Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USAWTKO310
A terrific right to the chin put Wiater down and he was helpless when he arose and after several more punches the referee stopped the fight. (Chicago Tribune, Bob Soderman)
1936-05-25Eddie Boyle3-3-2
Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USAWSD88
referee: Franklin Spike McAdams 41-39 | judge: Ed Hintz 42-38 | judge: Leo Weil 39-41
Boyle was knocked down for a nine-count in the 8th round, but most spectators thought that he won. It was a very unpopular decision.
1936-05-18George Vallas1-6-1
Marigold Gardens Outdoor Arena, Chicago, Illinois, USAWPTS55
Lomski's "comeback bout." (AP) From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1933-05-03Mike Irish4-5-1
Golden Gate Arena, San Francisco, California, USAWTKO34
1933-04-07Battling Mix4-4-4
Olympic Arena, Olympia, Washington, USADPTS66
1933-04-04Frank Van Hee23-1-8
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALKO38
1933-03-23Frank Van Hee22-1-7
Greenwich Coliseum, Tacoma, Washington, USADPTS66
1933-01-02Young Firpo61-12-3
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
referee: Tom Louttit
1932-12-09Denny Lenhart18-13-8
Medford, Oregon, USADPTS66
1932-10-01Ben Shave8-6-9
Victoria, British Columbia, CanadaWKO3
1932-09-15Denny Lenhart18-12-8
Victoria, British Columbia, CanadaWTKO7
1932-08-30Denny Lenhart18-11-8
Bannock Steet Outdoor Arena, Boise, Idaho, USAWKO510
1932-08-23George Manley82-12-9
Denver, Colorado, USALPTS1010
1932-08-03Jack McCarthy4-16-0
Medford, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
1932-07-20Jack McCarthy4-15-0
Medford, Oregon, USAWKO4
1932-07-15Young Firpo60-12-2
Multnomah Stadium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS66
referee: Bud Oliver
1932-07-04Jimmy Hanna45-22-14
Pocatello, Idaho, USAWUD1010
1932-06-15Frank Sawyer8-9-4
Medford, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
1932-05-31Jim Anderson
Eagles Hall, Yakima, Washington, USAWTKO26
referee: Windy Knight
1932-05-19George Gilstrap3-10-5
Model Arena, Spokane, Washington, USALPTS66
1932-05-05Jimmy Byrne51-13-10
Marshfield, Oregon, USADPTS1010
Lomski was knocked down in the 2nd round, Byrne was down in the 4th.
1932-04-13George Baker15-6-11
Civic Ice Arena, Seattle, Washington, USAWMD66
referee: Tommy McCarty | judge: Al Rosenberg | judge: Eddie O'Neill
1932-04-07Jimmy Byrne51-12-10
Marshfield, Oregon, USAWPTS66
1932-01-25Hans Birkie19-10-2
Auditorium, Oakland, California, USALTKO910
referee: Oakland Frankie Burns
1932-01-12Frank Sawyer6-4-3
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWPTS66
1932-01-01George Rickard6-19-11
Aberdeen, Washington, USAWKO46
1931-12-22Denny Lenhart15-6-6
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWKO56
1931-11-10Denny Lenhart14-6-5
Auditorium, The Dalles, Oregon, USADPTS66
"Both fighters mixed it from the opening gong, with Lomski having the better of the going at close range and Lenhart master of the long range fighting." Everett Daily Herald. This bout was before the largest crowd ever to attend a boxing match in The Dalles.
1931-11-07Steve Mullins7-11-5
Victoria, British Columbia, CanadaWTKO5
1931-10-27Les Kennedy35-12-0
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
referee: Tom Louttit
1931-10-20Jack Sekyra
Auditorium, Chehalis, Washington, USAWKO26
referee: Collie Stoops
1931-10-15George Rickard6-19-7
Greenwich Coliseum, Tacoma, Washington, USADPTS66
1931-10-08Al Hogan
Port Angeles, Washington, USAWKO18
time: 0:10
Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
1931-09-30Dave McRae2-0-2
Kelso, Washington, USAWKO26
"[A]fter sparring during the entire first round, Lomski came out for the second swinging both hands and soon had McRae on the floor. The Tulsa boy got up at the count of seven, but was immediately floored for the count again.... The bout was the first of a series in a projected comeback tour for Lomski.... [He] showed the effects of his long lay-off from the ring as he was rather slow, but he still retains his hitting ability." Everett Daily Herald.
1931-05-05Maxie Rosenbloom100-19-11
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
referee: Tom Louttit
1931-03-03George Manley62-9-9
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALSD1010
referee: Tom Louttit | judge: Bud Oliver | judge: Roy Kendall
Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
1931-02-10George Manley62-9-8
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USADPTS1010
Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
Lomski suffered a cut over his left eye in the 4th, and finished the fight with his left eye completely closed.

1931-01-20Charlie Belanger52-17-8
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
1931-01-01Charlie Belanger50-17-8
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
1930-12-16Young Firpo57-9-1
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWKO210
Semifinal bout for the Pacific Coast Light Heavyweight Title
1930-11-25Fred Lenhart45-7-7
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USALPTS1010
1930-11-04Jack Silver6-3-2
Crystal Pool, Seattle, Washington, USAWRTD68
1930-09-11King Levinsky29-7-3
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USALKO510
Lomski was knocked down six times in the first round, three times in the second, and three more times in the fifth. This was part of the benefit card for Patricia Harmon, daughter of Paddy Harmon, Chicago Stadium builder, who had died penniless two months previous. From the Chicago Tribune (Bob Soderman).
1930-08-21Maxie Rosenbloom95-17-10
Electric Park, Hoquiam, Washington, USADPTS88
referee: Ralph Gruman
1930-08-05Fred Lenhart45-6-6
Natatorium Park, Spokane, Washington, USADPTS66
referee: Don Fraser
Sometimes incorrectly recorded as occurring August 3.
1930-07-16Harry Dillon31-18-4
Greenwich Coliseum, Tacoma, Washington, USAWKO46
Dillon was knocked down in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th rounds.
1930-06-20Armand Emanuel35-5-1
Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USADPTS1010
referee: Toby Irwin
1930-05-29Fred Lenhart43-6-5
Ice Coliseum, Portland, Oregon, USADPTS1010
1930-05-16Wesley Ketchell30-14-10
Civic Ice Arena, Seattle, Washington, USADPTS66
referee: Harold Jones
1930-02-14Mickey Walker56-10-0
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USALPTS1010
1930-01-17Jim Braddock31-6-3
Coliseum, Chicago, Illinois, USAWSD1010
referee: Davy Miller
Lomski knocked down in 2d and 5th; the judges split, and the referee called it a draw. Afterward Referee Miller said he had "erred" in his arithmetic on the original scorecard. The decision was then reversed in Lomski's favor on January 28 by the Illinois State Athletic Commission and became known as the "11-day decision."
1930-01-03Maxie Rosenbloom87-17-10
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALUD1010
"Maxie Rosenbloom demonstrated his absolute mastery over Leo Lomski. He fought one of his best battles, albeit it was a characteristic Rosenbloom exhibition of slapping, cuffing, clubbing and mauling." (New York Times)
Attendance: 8,586

1929-11-29Charlie Belanger44-12-6
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USAWPTS1010
referee: Al Day 47-40
Referee Day "gave his new scoring system its first try-out in Detroit and it proved popular. After each round he announced, via a score board, his decision on that round and fans were enabled to tell at all times just how the match was going. The decision was popular too as Lomski's victory was a clean cut one and Belanger was forced to hang on weakly several times." (United Press)
1929-11-15Charlie Belanger43-12-6
Detroit, Michigan, USALPTS1010
1929-10-01Cowboy Jack Willis30-17-4
Civic Ice Arena, Seattle, Washington, USAWPTS66
referee: Billy Wright
1929-08-19Mickey Walker54-10-0
Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALPTS1010
"Until the 5th Lomski was superior and in that round he almost knocked Walker out. Then Walker staged a courageous comeback and fought furiously to win the decision." (Sydney Morning Herald)
1929-06-17Matt Adgie28-10-3
Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS1010
1929-05-28Yale Okun42-15-5
Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USAWPTS1010
Lomski injured his right hand in the fifth round, prompting at least one Okun fan to shout to his boxer that Lomski wasn't punching with that hand any longer. Okun was knocked down during the fifth round.
1929-03-28Tuffy Griffiths43-3-1
Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USALPTS1010
Griffith breaks his hand, which will keep him out of the ring for two months.
1929-03-18Maxie Rosenbloom68-15-10
Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALUD1010
1929-02-15Tuffy Griffiths43-2-1
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USAWPTS1010
1929-01-18Jim Braddock27-2-3
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWMD1010
referee: Arthur Donovan | judge: Charles F. Mathison | judge: Tom Flynn
1928-09-07Pete Latzo54-10-3
Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Michigan, USAWPTS1010
4-3
Lomski "earned his margin through some terrific punching in the early rounds but was hard pressed to maintain the advantage. Latzo apparently solved the problem of the Westerner in the closing rounds and was rapidly cutting down the lead when the final bell rang" (New York Times)
1928-08-24Maxie Rosenbloom58-15-9
Ocean View A.A., Long Branch, New Jersey, USADPTS1010
Benefit for the Oakhurst Child Welfare League. Less than a week later, Lomski filed a lawsuit against league Treasurer Victor J. Polstein for $3,500, which was the balance of the $4,000 he says he was guaranteed for this bout. Polstein allegedly had stopped payment on the $3,500 check he had given Lomski.
1928-08-20George Smith8-8-2
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USAWKO410
time: 0:50 | referee: Mike Hylis
"A solid left hook to the head, a blow which ripped a cut on Smith's right eye and dropped him like a falling tree, finished the fight." New York Times
1928-07-30Eddie Clark3-2-2
Dexter Park Arena, Woodhaven, Queens, New York, USAWKO410
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