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Charley Weinert
Global ID13546
sexmale
birthdate 1895-10-22
death date 1969-05-01 (73)
divisionheavyweight
height5′ 11″   /   180cm
aliasNewark Adonis
country Austria
residenceNewark, New Jersey, USA
birth placeBudapest, Hungary
birth nameCharles Weinsachzyowski
won 40 (KO 27) + lost 10 (KO 8) + drawn 1 = 51
rounds boxed 243
Newspaper Decisions won 31 : lost 11 : drawn 3
rounds boxed 392
Total Bouts 96 KO% 28.13
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1929-03-18Murray Gitlitz32-13-5
Laurel Garden, Newark, New Jersey, USALTKO312
This fight was reported in THE RING, May 1929, page 20 and is in Gitlitz's record in the 1930 SELF-DEFENSE SPORTING ANNUAL. It was omitted from Gitlitz's record in the 1930 EVERLAST BOXING RECORD for some reason, which has produced confusion.
1929-03-04Murray Gitlitz32-12-5
Laurel Garden, Newark, New Jersey, USAWPTS1010
1926-12-03Sgt Jack Adams3-7-0
Benjamin Field Arena, Tampa, Florida, USAWPTS1010
1926-08-09Jim Maloney19-3-0
Newark, New Jersey, USALTKO312
Weinert was floored for a count of nine in the second round and again before the bell sounded. His manager tossed in a towel after the second knockdown in the third round. New York Times
1926-07-21Chuck Wiggins37-14-6
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USAWDQ410
A low left disqualified Wiggins.
1926-07-05Bill Hart0-4-0
Kansas City, Missouri, USAWKO210
Weinert did not fight Bill Hartwell, as had been shown here previously. Indeed, mixed fights were not allowed in Missouri until 1935, and Weinert was white and Hartwell black. There was a white heavyweight, Bill Hart, and he was Weinert's opponent.
1926-06-15Pat Lester23-6-3
Arena, Vernon, California, USAWPTS1010
1925-07-02Harry Wills62-6-3
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USALKO210
1925-02-10Jack Sharkey9-3-0
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS1010
1925-01-12Joe Downey8-8-1
Cincinnati, Ohio, USAWKO310
1925-01-05Italian Jack Herman3-8-0
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USAWKO210
referee: Dick Nugent
1924-12-15Jack Sharkey7-3-0
113th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Weinert won the newspaper decison according to THE RING and various newspaper souces. Most sources had Weinert winning 10 or l1 of the 12 rounds.
1924-11-12Luis Angel Firpo28-3-0
113th Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Source: Damon Runyon, syndicated (eg Davenport Democrat); Chicago Tribune; many other newspapers. Weinert won at least ten rounds, with some writers giving him a shut-out.
1924-07-28Quintin Romero Rojas11-4-2
Bank Street Open-Air Arena, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper verdict given to Weinert according to the Newark Star-Eagle (Herb Goldman). Some out of town newspapers reported that Romero-Rojas won, but the Star-Eagle made it clear tha Weinert outboxed the South American who, however, showed a dangerous left hook.
1924-06-23Ad Stone23-0-1
Bank Street Open-Air Arena, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Newark Star-Eagle, according to which Weinert won nine of the twelve rounds.
1923-08-13Luis Angel Firpo24-2-0
Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALTKO28
referee: Frank O'Brien
From the Philadelphia Inquirer (Jack Kincaid).
1923-04-16Martin Burke29-13-4
Rochester, New York, USAWPTS1212
1923-03-05Chuck Wiggins29-9-5
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1212
"Wiggins indulged in rough tactics at times, but at the end there appeared no doubt as to the winner. Each had a bad cut over the right eye." The New York Times.
1923-02-19George KO Brown14-23-7
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO112
1922-11-29Gene Tunney44-1-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALKO415
1922-11-06Young Bob Fitzsimmons6-2-0
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Weinert won the newspaper decision (Pittsburgh Post, Philadelphia Record).
1922-08-17Gene Tunney42-1-1
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USALNWS1212
According to all three Newark newspapers and all reporting New York City newspapers except one, Tunney won this fight handily. A report to the contrary appeared in the New York Times, but eye-witness accounts should be used whenever possible. (Source of information: Ed Cahill, New York City)
1922-07-21Martin Burke25-12-3
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USADPTS1515
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune. This was the main event at the opening of the Coliseum Arena, which was the main venue of New Orleans boxing for many years.
1922-06-19Harry Foley12-3-1
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
(Chicago Tribune)
1922-04-03Harry Foley11-2-1
Tulane Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USALTKO315
Weinert claiming his head had been hurt in a fall from the ring, refused to go any further than the third round.
1922-01-16Billy Miske32-2-2
Broad A.C., Newark, New Jersey, USALNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Record.
1921-11-04Harry Greb55-2-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1515
The Pittsburgh Post reported that Greb fought a very dirty fight, but thrashed Weinert terribly. Charley was floored for "4" in the first round, then took a pitiless battering round after round. "If Weinert bore a reputation for quitting, he earned a new title for gameness before the final bell ended his torture and he groped with bloody vision toward his corner."
1921-08-18Eddie Ryan
Newark B.C. Outdoor Arena, Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO18
1921-06-20Paul Journee8-7-0
Ebbet's Field, Brooklyn, New York, USAWTKO515
referee: Johnny Haukop
Journee down 10 times. Journee was Georges Carpentier's main sparring partner. New York Times
1921-05-19Bill Reed10-9-5
Newark Athletic Club, Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO28
1921-03-18Battling Levinsky41-9-11
Flatbush A.C., Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1515
1921-01-07Al Benedict10-22-0
Arena, Syracuse, New York, USAWDQ415
referee: Birney P Flynn
Benedict refused to break when ordered by referee. This fight was also reported erroneously as a stoppage by Weinert.NY Evening Telegram 8 January 1921
1921-01-04Dick O'Brien18-3-0
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO28
1920-12-14Bartley Madden10-2-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWPTS1010
1920-12-08Sgt. Ray Smith9-5-0
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO18
1920-09-14Willie Meehan78-18-37
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Weinert completely outclassed his rival from the coast, belaboring Meehan severely about the body and face with an assortment of punches. Despite the battering, however, Meehan held his feet and by holding in the closing two rounds avoided a threatened knockout.New York Times
1920-07-20Bob Roper6-5-1
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWDQ412
Roper was disqualified for hitting low.
1920-06-30Al Roberts7-2-0
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWKO48
1920-01-08Jack Clifford0-2-0
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, USAWKO28
1920-01-06Sailor Jack Carroll28-20-6
Coliseum, Newark, New Jersey, USAWTKO18
1919-10-13Al Roberts3-0-0
1st Regiment Armory, Newark, New Jersey, USAWNWS88
Newspaper decision from the Jersey Journal (Jack Kincaid).
1919-08-05Al Roberts1-0-0
Bayonne Pavillion, Bayonne, New Jersey, USALNWS88
Newspaper decision from the Jersey Journal (Herb Goldman).
1919-05-27Ed Kinley0-1-0
Open-Air Arena, Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWNWS88
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1919-05-20Ed Williams0-1-0
McGuigan's Arena, Harrison, New Jersey, USAWTKO28
1918-06-17Battling Levinsky37-6-10
Open-Air Arena, Jersey City, New Jersey, USALNWS88
(Chicago Tribune)
1918-01-29Tom Cowler39-8-2
Arena (Armory A.A.), Boston, Massachusetts, USAWDQ212
Evening Tribune 30 January 1918
1918-01-09Gunboat Smith48-15-6
Marieville Gardens, North Providence, Rhode Island, USAWPTS1212
Evening Tribune 10 January 1918
1917-10-02Billy Miske17-0-1
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USALNWS1010
Miske won the newspaper decision according to the New York Times.
1917-06-26Fred Fulton29-4-0
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USALDQ210
time: 1:15 | referee: Joe Suttner
The first round was even with both men taking considerable punishment. In the second, "...Weinert, repeatedly cautioned by the referee, continued to hit low, apparently intentionally..."
1917-06-05Al Reich20-4-1
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
Weinert won the newspaper decision according to the New York Times. "...Weinert outpointed the local man in every round except the sixth..."
1917-02-12Fred Fulton27-3-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALKO210
time: 2:12 | referee: William Brown
Ref Bill Brown called a halt after a few left hooks and hard right hands had Weinert staggering. Fulton had not extended himself in giving Weinert a beating in the first round.
1917-01-12Billy Miske16-0-1
Harlem S.C., New York, New York, USALNWS1010
Miske won the newspaper decision according to the New York Times.
1916-12-20Jock Kendall
Columbus Institute, Poughkeepsie, New York, USAWKO210
1916-04-26Jack Keating6-5-0
Manhattan Opera House, New York, New York, USAWTKO210
This program was promoted by the Stadium A.C. New York Herald 27 April 1916
1916-04-15Andre Anderson5-3-0
Manhattan Opera House, New York, New York, USAWKO210
referee: Billy 'Kid' McPartland
This program was promoted by the Stadium A.C. in the Manhattan Opera House.
1916-04-04Porky Dan Flynn32-9-7
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
In the tenth round, Weinert, who was leading in the bout, bulled Flynn into the ropes. The top rope broke and both boxers somersaulted through the air, to land partly on the floor and partly on two perturbed reporters in the press stand. New York Times Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1916-03-27Frank Hagney0-4-0
Elm Rink, New Bedford, Massachusetts, USAWKO210
Boston Journal
1916-01-26Jim Savage18-7-0
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWTKO710
referee: Patsy Haley
1915-11-01Jack Dillon68-2-9
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALNWS1010
Newly formed, when the American Boxing Association met in Cleveland in mid-November 1915 they awarded the Light-Heavyweight Title to Dillon. "Although Jack Dillon was outweighed 14 pounds, he defeated Charley Weinert, of Newark, N.J., in a ten round boxing contest here tonight."(Sandusky Register) Newspaper decision from New York City area newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1915-08-31Jim Savage18-7-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
referee: William Brown
Newspaper decision for Weinert from Robert Edgren (NY Evening World), NY Times, NY Press, NY Sun, NY Tribune, Brooklyn Daily Eagle and other New York City newspapers (searched by Jack Kincaid).
1915-07-01Gunboat Smith46-8-5
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
New York Times, and other New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1915-04-13Gunboat Smith45-8-5
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USALNWS1010
New York Times had Weinert the winner, but most other New York City newspapers gave it to Smith (Jack Kincaid).
1915-03-13George Rodel21-11-1
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
New York Times, and other New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1915-02-20Porky Dan Flynn31-7-7
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Flynn got the severest lacing of his career; he remained on his feet throughout, but only because of his courage. New York Times Other New York City newspapers agreed.
1915-02-06Tom McCarty7-1-2
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid). Decisions in local newspapers should take precedent over wire reports, which were sometimes falsified by managers or other supporters of the losting fighter. Wire service report carried in Western Canadian papers said,"...McCarty of Lewiston, Mont. outfought Charlie Weinert in a 10-round bout here (NY)last night (Feb.6th, 1915). Weinert took the count of nine in the third round from a right cross to the jaw. Weinert proved the cleverer boxer, but McCarty's superior in-fighting qualitites brought him the victory. McCarty weighed 183 and Weinert 178..."
1914-11-09Jack Dillon61-2-7
Olympia A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALTKO26
Dillon's World Light-Heavyweight (not universally recognized) at risk,
1914-10-26Jim Coffey21-1-0
Olympia A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS66
Newspaper decision in favor of Weinert from both the Philadelphia Public Ledger (Paul Zabala) and the Philadelphia Record.
1914-09-29Billy Maxwell1-0-0
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1914-09-15Johnny Howard19-0-0
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWTKO710
1914-06-30Battling Levinsky21-2-1
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1914-06-06Jack Driscoll2-4-0
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York, USAWKO710
1914-05-09Roy Kenny3-4-1
Fairmont A.C., Bronx, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1914-05-05Jack Curphey2-1-0
Brown's Gym, New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1914-03-31Johnny Howard16-0-0
Brown's Gym, New York, New York, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
1914-02-12Johnny Howard12-0-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the New York Times, and from other New York City newspapers (Jack Kincaid).
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