Frankie Fernandez
Global ID24503
birthdate 1919-04-02
death date 2004-03-31 (84)
country USA
residenceHonolulu, Hawaii, USA
birth placeWailuku, Hawaii, USA
birth nameFrank Mehia Fernandez
won 29 (KO 18) + lost 8 (KO 3) + drawn 1 = 38
rounds boxed 280 KO% 47.37

 Lb St Kg   |   date   |   ratings off on

dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1954-12-14Maurice Harper22-3-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USALUD1010
1954-09-20Luther Rawlings34-16-6
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USALTKO210
time: 2:29 | referee: Abe Simon
Rawlings caught Fernandez with a hard left jab after 2 minutes of the round. The blow made Fernandez drop his hands. Rawlings pounded away with both fists for half a minute until the referee came between the fighters.
1954-08-23Chico Varona64-17-3
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USALSD1010
referee: Ray Miller 4-5 | judge: Joe Eppy 3-7 | judge: Jerry Carnegie 6-4
1954-08-02Livio Minelli59-17-8
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USAWSD1010
referee: Ray Miller 6-3 | judge: Jerry Carnegie 4-5 | judge: Dave Stewart 7-3
1954-05-04Ramon Fuentes27-3-0
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USALPTS1010
1954-03-23Henry Davis47-14-5
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWUD1010
1954-02-02Philip Kim40-9-3
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWTKO610
1953-11-24Joe Fisher27-9-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWTKO510
1953-10-20Mario Trigo63-40-9
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USADPTS1010
1951-10-09Freddie Dawson82-10-4
Honolulu, Hawaii, USALTKO810
1951-05-29Freddie Dawson81-9-4
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USALMD1010
referee: Walter Cho 12-16 | judge: Frankie Gomez 12-14 | judge: Willie Whittle 13-13
1950-11-14Beau Jack87-17-4
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWUD1010
18-8 | 20-9 | 22-8
1950-02-28Milo Savage24-18-7
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWUD1010
1950-01-31Irvin Steen30-9-5
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWSD1010
1949-12-20Benny Walker15-5-5
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWPTS1010
1949-06-21California Jackie Wilson62-16-6
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO810
time: 2:20
1949-05-03Bernard Docusen58-4-5
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USALPTS1010
1948-11-23Tommy Bell50-17-3
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO1010
Bell was hospitalised after the fight
1948-08-31Charley Salas45-17-7
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWPTS1010
1948-04-27Bobby Yaeger45-21-6
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO710
1948-03-23Frankie Moore26-23-8
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO310
Fernandez avenged his only defeat by knocking out Moore in the 3rd round.
1948-02-24Roman Alvarez49-12-3
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWPTS1010
Alvarez was floored in round five and generally was on the receiving end.
1947-11-18Joey Barnum27-17-8
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWTKO810
referee: Walter Cho
1947-10-09Larry Cisneros67-13-4
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO410
1947-09-05Memo Llanes21-16-6
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO110
1947-03-25Frankie Moore24-22-8
Honolulu, Hawaii, USALTKO710
1946-09-16Nick Moran13-10-4
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWTKO710
Attended by 15,085 spectators, the largest number in Hawaiian boxing history to that time. Moran was floored in the first and seventh rounds, and took a beating in every round.
1946-06-14Bobby Yaeger36-14-5
Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USAWPTS1010
1945-12-09Llewellyn Strohlin8-1-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO510
1945-09-23Clever Henry84-21-9
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO1010
1945-02-17Ray Powell8-6-1
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWPTS1010
USA Hawaii State welterweight title
1945-01-07Ray Powell8-5-1
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWPTS1010
USA Hawaii State welterweight title
1944-11-25Bill Jennings4-6-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO26
1944-09-30Johnny Ledesma7-0-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO810
1944-09-02Vince Tritto8-19-6
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO36
1944-08-19Dionosa Sosa
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO34
1944-07-16Eddie Mara4-5-0
Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO24
1944-06-24Young Goldie0-1-0
Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USAWKO14


© BoxRec : this data may be incomplete and/or inaccurate : page processed in 0.1435 seconds