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John Reagan
Global ID199915
sexmale
birthdate 1866-06-28
death date 1942-12-04 (76)
divisionmiddleweight
height5′ 6½″   /   169cm
country USA
residenceNew York, New York, USA
birth placeNew York, New York, USA
won 6 (KO 1) + lost 3 (KO 1) + drawn 3 = 13
rounds boxed 177 KO% 7.69
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1890-05-01Pete McCoy10-3-8
Puritan A.C., Long Island City, Queens, New York, USALPTS1010
1887-12-13Nonpareil Jack Dempsey43-1-9
Long Island, New York, USALTKO45
Promoted by Police Gazette as Middleweight Championship of America, 154 lbs ringside, with winner to receive its diamond belt. Rules were of London Prize Ring and skin tight gloves.
Reagan and Dempsey fought in two locations, reached by tug on the shore of Long Island Sound. After 15 minutes of fighting, a rising tide at the site of the bout forced the spectators and fighters to move 25 miles away. Reagan's seconds tossed in the sponge after the 44th round.
Dempsey's leg ripped open by Reagan's spiked shoes. Dempsey blamed Donovan for the spiking. Brooklyn Daily Eagle

1887-08-08Tom Henry1-4-1
New York, New York, USADPTS39
World Welterweight Title
Reagan defending his claim on the World Welterweight Title
The Boxing Yearbook 2000

1887-06-02John Files
Dance Pavilion, Hudson River, New York, USAWKO4444
Gloves & Marquis of Queensberry Rules. Jack Dempsey seconded Files, Mike Donovan seconded reaganBrookln Daily Eagle
The Boxing Yearbook 2000 claims Reagan claimed World Welterweight Title, but no source listed

1887-04-21Paddy Smith4-3-2
City Assembly Rooms, Brooklyn, New York, USANCND44
It was announced it would be a friendly setto for scientific points only. This was a benefit for Smith. Brooklyn Daily Eagle
1887-04-04Fred Woods2-1-4
Arlington Hall, Long Island City, Queens, New York, USALPTS1010
The men fought ten rattling rounds and Reagan, a pupil of Mike Donovan, had decidedly the edge on his opponent. The referee, however, declared Wood, a protege of Arthur Chambers, the winner amid a howl of indignation. Mike Cleary threw a big pitcher at the referee's head and a general row was only prevented by the police clearing the hall. Brooklyn Daily Eagle
1887-01-13Fred Woods2-1-1
Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS77
It was a slugging match from start to finish, both men getting in some hard cracks, although Wood acted on the defensive throughout. Brooklyn Daily Eagle
1886-11-04John Spencer11-0-2
Clarks Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS44
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1886-10-28Bob Caffey2-2-5
Arthur Chambers' Saloon, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS44
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1886-10-10Billy Ronky
USAWPTS?
Exact date, location & mannaer of win unknown. Bout lasted 23 minutes. Source: Reagan's Mechanics Delight Boxing Card
1886-04-01Thomas McCoy
USAWPTS44
Reagan broke his wrist in the second round but continued on to win.
1885-03-20James Donnelly
USAWPTS33
Exact date in March 1885 & location unknown. Source: Reagan's Mechanics Delight Boxing Card
1885-03-09Charles Bogart
USAWPTS33

 
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