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|Texas Jack Burke|
|death date||1913-10-25 (44)|
|residence||Galveston, Texas, USA|
|birth place||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
rounds boxed 250 KO% 30.77
|1900-01-26||Wilmington Jack Daly||35-4-18||Wilmington, Delaware, USA||L||KO||2|
|1896-05-09||Stanton Abbott||18-13-10||Olympic Rink, Brooklyn, New York, USA||D||TD||6||6|
|1895-06-14||Stanton Abbott||17-12-5||Montreal, Quebec, Canada||D||PTS||15||15|
|Kid McCoy acted as Referee|
|1894-05-26||Jack Everhardt||6-1-2||Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA||L||PTS||15||25|
| referee: Prof. Lloyd Gearhardt |
|1893-10-09||Charles Slusher||1-2-0||Blennerhasset Island, Parkersburg, West Virginia, USA||W||KO||10||10|
|1893-04-06||Andy Bowen||14-3-3||Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA||NC||NC||110|
| referee: Professor John Duffy |
This is the longest glove fight on record, lasting 7 hours and 20 minutes. The bout was called a 'no contest' by the referee after 110 rounds. Purse $2,500.
|1892-10-01||George Reynolds||5-3-1||New York A.C., New York, New York, USA||W||PTS||6||6|
|1892-03-01||Danny Needham||48-5-1||Metropolitan Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA||L||KO||10|
|Needham claimed the Welterweight title after this fight|
Jack Burke substituted at the last moment for Tommy Ryan, who had become ill. Burke had been training Ryan, but was not in fight condition.
|1891-09-04||Charles Slusher||0-1-0||Louisville, Kentucky, USA||W||KO||8|
|1891-07-04||Mickey Finn||Spring Palace Hall, Dallas, Texas, USA||W||KO||6|
| referee: Pat O`Keefe |
Fight was for the lightweight championship of Texas.
Finn down once in the 2nd round, twice in the 4th, once in the 5th.
Finn broke his arm in the 2nd round.
|1891-05-25||John H Clarke||1-0-1||Ennis, Texas, USA||D||PTS||10||10|
|Burke knocked Professor Clarke down in round ten but the fight was declared a draw by J. W. Turner, Referee|
|1891-05-18||Tom Monaghan||Galveston Athletic Association, Galveston, Texas, USA||W||KO||43|
|Texas Lightweight Championship|
|1889-09-19||George LaBlanche||36-4-10||Seattle, Washington, USA||D||PTS||9||9|