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Charley Nashert
Global ID13668
sexmale
birthdate 1897-05-07
death date 1958-04-16 (60)
divisionmiddleweight
aliasYoung Fitzsimmons
country USA
residenceOklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
birth placeIowa, USA
birth nameCharles B. Nashert
won 38 (KO 10) + lost 16 (KO 4) + drawn 5 = 62
rounds boxed 576
Newspaper Decisions won 18 : lost 3 : drawn 4
rounds boxed 252
Total Bouts 87 KO% 11.49
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1929-04-08Freddie Reese4-4-0
Forum, Wichita, Kansas, USAWDQ?
1929-02-26Grover Mallini19-15-5
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWKO810
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 1929 Paper: State Times Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) Page: 12
1928-11-26Jack (Cyclone) Dill16-8-5
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWPTS88
1928-03-21Billy Peterson8-1-1
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USADPTS1010
Source:The Havre Daily News Promoter
1928-01-01Angus Snyder11-1-0
Trinidad, Colorado, USALKO5
1927-10-25Red Uhlan35-19-16
Armory, Indianapolis, Indiana, USALNWS1010
Newspaper decision from Indianapolis News and Associated Press
1927-09-02George Perotta9-5-2
Erie, Pennsylvania, USALKO610
1925-08-24Jimmy Francis5-3-1
Oakland A.A., Jersey City, New Jersey, USANCND1212
In a bout where the spectators thought Nashert had earned no worse than a draw, it was discovered after the bout that he had broken a thumb in the second round.
1925-01-16Larry Estridge38-3-1
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALKO2
1924-09-19Billy Britton11-5-5
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USALPTS1010
1924-09-11Mike Burke14-6-5
Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWNWS88
Nashert won the "newspaper decision." Bridgeport Telegram
1924-04-28Tommy Loughran16-4-1
Danceland Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USALNWS1010
Loughran won the newspaper decision. (Chronicle Telegram)
1924-03-04Jack (Cyclone) Dill2-0-1
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWPTS1010
1924-01-21Billy Britton7-4-4
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWPTS1010
1924-01-18Glenn Clickner33-12-6
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USALPTS1010
1923-12-11Bob Sage8-0-0
Saint Louis, Missouri, USALPTS88
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons.
1923-09-14Frank Koebele1-1-0
Polo Grounds, New York, New York, USAWPTS44
Koebele was knocked down in the first round, and was twice saved by the bell. New York Times
1923-09-04Billy Shade44-20-20
Oakland A.A., Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the New York Evening Telegram
1923-08-20Phil Krug9-2-1
Oakland A.A., Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWPTS1212
According to the wire services Nashert won 11 of 12 rounds with the 12th being a draw. (New Castle News, page 16, Aug 21, 1923)
1923-07-12Guardsman George West7-2-0
Boyle's Thirty Acres, Jersey City, New Jersey, USAWTKO46
1923-03-14Mickey Walker23-6-0
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo, New York, USALPTS1212
Billed as Charlie Fitzsimmons. Both fighters were suspended for "an unsatisfactory effort". (Spokane Spokesman Review 4/12/1923)
1923-01-30Leo Gates13-4-2
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWPTS66
1923-01-09Lou Bogash53-5-10
Pioneer Sporting Club, New York, New York, USALTKO1112
Nashert substituted for Jack McCarron, who had sprained an ankle. Manager Jim Buckley of the Pioneer has donated a gold buckle to the winner of the bout, who will defend it in a series of elimination matches, planned to develop a new title holder.
1922-11-20Tommy Madden8-14-2
Bolton Hall, Troy, New York, USAWPTS1212
1922-09-15Happy Howard4-5-1
DPTS1515
1922-07-28Curley Smith23-8-7
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWDQ312
Smith knocked down Fitzsimmons/Nashert for a nine-count, and disqualified himself by quitting the ring--thinking he had secured a knockout. Tacoma News Tribune & Sacramento Star
1922-04-28Mike Gibbons63-2-4
City Coliseum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USALPTS1515
1922-04-17Young Denny39-21-11
Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWDQ610
Billed as Charlie Fitzsimmons. Reported incorrectly as 3-17-1922
1922-04-07Frankie Murphy4-1-0
Tulane Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USAWPTS1515
Nashert was billed as Charlie Fitzsimmons. Reported in the <>i>New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1922-04-03Curley Smith22-7-6
Shreveport, Louisiana, USAWPTS1515
1922-03-20Ora Dean
Saint Louis, Missouri, USAWKO615
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons.
1922-03-13Curley Smith22-6-6
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWPTS1010
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons.
1922-03-08Freddie Nelson
Auditorium, Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWKO610
1922-03-03Pat Walsh7-2-0
Frisco A.C., Springfield, Missouri, USAWNWS1010
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons. Newspaper-Fitzsimmons was better (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1922-02-10Billy Britton0-0-2
Lyric Theater, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1010
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Oklahoma Leader)
1922-02-01Frankie Murray
El Dorado, Arkansas, USAWPTS1010
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons. Date: Thursday, February 2, 1922 Paper: Olympia Daily Recorder (Olympia, WA) Volume: XX Issue: 231 Page: Four
1921-12-06Frank Carbone22-16-6
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans, Louisiana, USAWPTS1515
Nashert was billed as Eddie Fitzsimmons of Oklahoma, but actually he mostly used the name "Charley Fitzsimmons." From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1921-11-16Billy Britton0-0-1
Forum, Wichita, Kansas, USALNWS1010
As Young Fitzsimmons (Joplin Globe).
1921-11-14Ward McKinney3-0-1
Memphis, Tennessee, USAWNWS88
(Chicago Tribune)
1921-10-06Jock Malone24-2-1
New York, New York, USALPTS1010
1921-10-04Jock Malone23-2-1
Convention Hall, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USALPTS1212
1921-09-05Tommy Alba5-1-1
Ponca City, Oklahoma, USAWTKO710
referee: Edward W. Cochrane
(The Morning Tulsa Daily World)
1921-08-26Andy Palmer15-4-11
Western League Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWMD1010
Ref and two judges had Fitzsimmons while another judge called it a draw. As Kid Palmer and Charlie Fitzsimmons (Oklahoma Leader).
1921-08-11Art Steadman5-2-3
Liberty Theater, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1515
referee: Kenneth Walker | judge: Lieutenent Bryant | judge: Jim Davis
As Young Fitzsimmons of Oklahoma City and Steady Steadman of Fort Sill (Dallas Morning News).
1921-06-17Harvey Thorpe29-10-13
Western League Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USADPTS1010
1921-06-03Andy Palmer12-4-10
El Paso, Texas, USALPTS1515
Billed as Young Fitzsimmmons.
1921-05-24Frank Carbone21-11-5
Convention Hall, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1515
Nashert, billed as Young Fitzsimmons, received the referee's decision. (Bismarck Tribune)
1921-05-10Johnny Tillman20-9-13
Convention Hall, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1515
referee: Edward W. Cochrane
(As Young Fitzsimmons (Charlie Nash) (The Morning Tulsa Daily World).
1921-04-19Johnny Celmars31-14-5
Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, Fort Worth, Texas, USAWKO912
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1921-03-25Speedy Sparks3-1-0
Hot Springs, Arkansas, USAWKO310
1921-03-10Bud Clancy5-3-1
Stockyards Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USANCND1212
Billed as Young Fitzsimmons.
1921-02-22Speedy Sparks3-1-0
Fort Worth, Texas, USAWNWS1010
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1921-01-25Ed Warner3-5-1
Convention Hall, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1010
As Young Fitzsimmons (Oklahoma Leader).
1921-01-12Jack Reeves24-6-7
Dallas, Texas, USADNWS1212
Bout was even. Billed as Young Fitzsimmons (Dallas Morning News).
1920-12-28Jack Dillon91-6-15
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USAWPTS1212
referee: Del Coffen
1920-12-27Harry Krohn9-5-1
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USALPTS1515
1920-11-24Happy Howard3-3-0
Fair Park Live Stock Arena, Dallas, Texas, USADNWS1010
As Young Fitzsimmons (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1920-11-15Harry Krohn9-4-1
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWNWS1010
Nashert won the newspaper decision. (Sandusky Star Journal)
As "Charley Fitzsimmons"

1920-11-11Paul Roman2-4-1
Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS1010
referee: Dick Kerr
As Young Fitzsimmons and Paul Romans of Kansas City. Referee Dick Kerr was a player on the Chicago White Sox (Dallas Morning News).
1920-10-07Johnny Celmars29-10-4
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USAWPTS1212
referee: Del Coffen
1920-09-24George Chip40-16-3
Western League Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USADPTS1010
Billed as Charlie Fitzsimmons.
1920-09-09Tommy Burke4-4-2
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USAWPTS1212
1920-08-27Harry Krohn9-4-1
Lake Cliff Casino, Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS1212
referee: Larry Meinert
As Young Fitzsimmons. Krohn was overweight and refused to weigh in. He was estimated between 170 and 180 pounds (Oklahoma Leader, Dallas Morning News).
1920-08-24Tommy Burke4-3-2
Western League Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USAWPTS1010
referee: Charley Bril
As Charley Fitzsimmons (Oklahoma Leader).
1920-08-11Pat Bishop1-0-0
Fair Park Live Stock Arena, Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS1212
referee: Horace S. McCoy
(Dallas Morning News)
1920-08-04Johnny Celmars29-10-4
Fair Park Live Stock Arena, Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS1212
referee: Horace S. McCoy
As Young Fitzsimmons middleweight champion of Oklahoma (Dallas Morning News, Daily Ardmoreite).
1920-07-26Jack Dillon90-6-15
Scammon, Kansas, USAWNWS1010
This bout did not take place on June 10 as previously displayed. Charley Nashert, listed as Young Fitzsimmons, won the newspaper decision. Ogden Standard-Examiner
1920-07-21Bud Clancy4-3-0
Fair Park Live Stock Arena, Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS1212
Newspaper decision from the Fayetteville Democrat
1920-07-05Curley Smith17-4-5
Lyric Theatre, Fayetteville, Arkansas, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Fayetteville Democrat
1920-06-25Charles Stapp1-1-0
Okmulgee, Oklahoma, USAWNWS1010
Nashert won by a "wide margin all the way." (Fayetteville Democrat)
1920-05-17Art Magirl58-17-10
Springfield, Missouri, USAWNWS1010
"In the opinion of newspaper critics, Fitzsimmons had a shade the better of the bout." (Reno Evening Gazette)
1920-05-03Jack Dillon88-6-15
Wichita Falls, Texas, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Indianapolis Star
1920-05-01Johnny Celmars28-9-4
Dallas, Texas, USAWNWS?
Nashert won the newspaper decision. (Daily Northwestern)
Exact date and number of rounds unknown

1920-04-29Jack Reeves15-6-6
Springfield, Missouri, USANCND1010
It belongs to Charley Fitzsimmons (Charley Nashert), also sometimes called Young Fitzsimmons. Young Bob Fitzsimmons's correct list of fights appears in records published in the 1941 All-Time Ring Record Book and the 1932 Everlast Boxing Record. A record containing a mixture of fights for Young Bob and Charley Fitzsimmons (Charley Nashert) appeared in the 1960 and 1961 Ring Record Books and is the source of the confusion.
1920-04-23Eddie Huse14-14-12
Coliseum, Fort Worth, Texas, USAWNWS1212
As Young Fitzsimmons of Oklahoma City (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
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