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Rudy Marshall
Global ID25830
sexmale
divisionmiddleweight
country USA
residenceStamford, Connecticut, USA
won 59 (KO 21) + lost 19 (KO 4) + drawn 4 = 82
rounds boxed 597
Newspaper Decisions won 1 : lost : drawn 1
rounds boxed 18
Total Bouts 84 KO% 25
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1944-11-13Clent Conway15-4-0
Coliseum, Baltimore, Maryland, USALPTS66
From Baltimore newspapers. It was a comeback fight for Marshall.
1939-09-08Pork Chops Alexander17-11-4
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USALPTS1010
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid). Marshall's opponent was referred to as "Harry Alexander," who also fought in New Orleans on September 28, 1939. Rudy Marshall was an experienced and well-regarded middleweight, and it seems hardly likely that he would have been beaten by a novice. Possibly Alexander fought Tiger Harry Marshall instead.
1938-09-08Honey Boy Jones33-14-1
Idora Park, Youngstown, Ohio, USALPTS88
1938-07-14Heywood Storey28-10-5
Exposition Building, Portland, Maine, USADNWS88
Newspaper decision provided by the Daily Kennebec Journal, (Augusta, ME)
1938-06-30Vincenzo Troiano6-11-0
Exposition Building, Portland, Maine, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision provided by the Daily Kennebec Journal, (Augusta, ME). Marshall won decisively.
1938-05-02Walter Woods39-3-0
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York, USADPTS88
1938-02-05Milton Shivers8-0-0
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USAWPTS88
1937-11-23Casper LaRosa19-31-12
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
From The Ring, March 1938, page 55. Marshall was an easy winner.
1937-11-02Jose Rodriguez18-36-4
New York Coliseum, Bronx, New York, USAWTKO38
1937-08-20Jimmy Price6-2-0
Idora Park, Youngstown, Ohio, USAWPTS88
1937-07-28Johnny Davis4-5-0
Dyckman Oval, Manhattan, New York, USAWTKO46
1937-04-28Casper LaRosa19-25-11
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USADPTS1010
From the Hartford Courant (Jack Kincaid).
1937-04-05Ossie Stewart18-3-0
Turner's Arena, Washington, District of Columbia, USALKO38
From Washington newspapers (Laurence Fielding).
1937-02-27Danny Lyons1-5-0
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USAWPTS88
1937-02-06Jimmy Belmont61-33-6
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USAWPTS88
1937-01-23Atilio Sabatino47-11-5
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USAWPTS88
Marshall was a subsitute for Jimmy Belmont. (Associated Press)
1936-12-29Vincenzo Troiano4-10-0
New York Coliseum, Bronx, New York, USAWTKO46
time: 1:19
1936-12-12Billy Mosca7-13-2
Rockland Palace, New York, New York, USAWPTS66
1936-05-07Steve Black5-2-0
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWKO510
From The Ring, Augusst 1936, page 59.
1936-01-16Jose Pimental15-3-4
Westchester County Center, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS66
1935-12-12Leo Finnegan12-7-3
Westchester County Center, White Plains, New York, USAWKO28
1934-08-18Young Battalino
Amusement Park, Norwalk, Connecticut, USAWKO16
referee: Jack Dempsey
1934-01-25Stanley Kaza7-5-0
Westchester County Center, White Plains, New York, USAWKO38
1933-12-21Frank LoBianco8-18-7
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWTKO78
1933-12-08Ken Overlin32-7-1
106th Infantry Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, New York, USALPTS1010
New York State National Guard Middleweight Title
1933-11-23Phil Baker
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USAWPTS88
1933-11-16Joey LaGrey89-15-9
Armory, White Plains, New York, USALPTS1010
1933-11-09Steve Carr21-1-1
Arena, New Haven, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
1933-06-23Eddie Moore41-9-1
Newfield Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USADPTS1212
1933-05-01Eddie Moore40-9-0
Arena, New Haven, Connecticut, USALPTS88
1933-04-06Connie Josenio43-31-8
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS1212
1933-03-02Jackie Aldare38-16-4
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWKO78
1933-02-03Joe Smallwood39-16-9
106th Infantry Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1212
New York State National Guard Middleweight Title
Marshall, of the 369th Infantry, successfully defended. New York Times

1933-01-31Leo Larrivee50-14-1
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
1933-01-10Leo Larrivee50-13-1
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
1932-12-15Eddie Whalen84-22-11
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS1212
New York State National Guard Middleweight Title
1932-09-22Charley Horn16-6-2
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS1010
1932-09-03Horacio Velha28-17-0
Walnut Beach Stadium, Milford, Connecticut, USADPTS88
From the Hartford Courant (Laurence Fielding).
1932-06-06Henry Firpo48-15-10
Arena, Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1010
referee: Johnny Brassil
1932-06-02Billy Jenkofsky12-14-3
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS1010
1932-05-24Norman Conrad28-4-2
Beckley Avenue Arena, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1212
From the New Haven Journal Courier (Laurence Fielding).
1932-05-02Norman Conrad27-4-2
Valley Arena, Holyoke, Massachusetts, USALUD1010
1932-04-21Pete Horton59-13-8
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS1010
1932-04-11Snowflakes Wright10-7-2
Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWTKO38
time: 3:00
Wright was stopped on a cut eye.
1932-03-17Joey LaGrey76-12-7
Armory, White Plains, New York, USALTKO9
1932-03-10Connie Josenio40-26-7
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWPTS66
1932-02-20Eddie Whalen76-19-9
14th Infantry Armory, Brooklyn, New York, USAWTKO310
"Whalen, floored twice for nine in the third round, was unable to respond to the bell for the fourth." New York Times
1932-01-29Joey Knapp31-11-4
106th Infantry Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS1010
1932-01-26Frank Nichols
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWTKO38
1932-01-14Pete Horton56-12-8
Armory, White Plains, New York, USAWKO410
1931-12-18Nick Venore17-7-2
106th Infantry Regiment Armory, Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS88
1931-12-04Battling Archie9-8-2
Foot Guard Hall, Hartford, Connecticut, USAWTKO710
Archie sustained a cut over his left eye, which caused the fight to be halted in favor of Marshall.
1931-11-12Pete Horton54-12-7
Armory, White Plains, New York, USALPTS1010
1931-10-30Pete Horton54-11-7
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
1931-09-29Gilbert Payne1-4-0
Beckley Avenue Arena, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWTKO38
1931-08-25Clyde Chastain15-7-5
Borchert Field, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALPTS1010
A first round eliminator of the NBA Middleweight Tournament. See also the Jones-Thomas and Littman-Jenkins bouts on this card.
1931-05-05Sheik Johnny Leonard39-20-12
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWKO28
From The Ring, July 1931, page 53.
1931-04-07Billy Jenkofsky7-8-1
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
From The Ring, July 1931, page 51. The date is an approximation.
1931-03-13Willie Wallach5-0-0
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, USAWPTS44
1931-03-03Eddie Moore24-2-0
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
From The Ring, May 1931, page 64. The date shown is close, but may need correction.
1931-02-17Leo Kuberski7-7-2
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
From The Ring, April 1931, page 55. The date of the program is close but may be a few days off.
1931-01-27Johnny Kerr10-8-5
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
From The Ring, April 1931, page 55.
1930-12-02Willie Angelo29-23-12
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
1930-09-02Leo Larrivee32-7-0
Beckley Avenue Arena, Stamford, Connecticut, USALPTS88
From The Ring, November 1930, page 55. The date needs verification.
1930-08-28Alex Tourraine10-4-1
St. Michael's Arena, Pawcatuck, Connecticut, USAWPTS66
From The Ring, November 1930, page 55. The date needs verification.
1930-07-29Jack Britton103-28-20
Beckley Avenue Arena, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
1930-07-02Lou Brouillard42-6-0
St. Michael's Arena, Pawcatuck, Connecticut, USALPTS88
Though often referred to as being in Westerly R.I., the St. Michael's Arena was actually situated outside of Westerly's city limits in Pawcatuck CT.
1930-05-01Al Mariano2-1-0
Red Men's Hall, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USAWKO18
From the Hartford Courant (Jack Kincaid).
1930-04-24Humberto Curi8-4-0
Buckingham Hall, Waterbury, Connecticut, USALTKO56
From the Hartford Courant (Jack Kincaid). According to writer Steve Kelly (The Ring, July 1930, page 53), Marshall was picked up bodily and fell on his head, which left him in a daze.
1930-04-16Frank Konchina53-23-6
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWTKO910
From The Ring, June 1930, page 59. This fight occurred in April, but the exact date is a guess.
1930-04-14Marty Sampson15-1-3
Buckingham Hall, Waterbury, Connecticut, USALPTS88
From the Hartford Courant (Jack Kincaid).
1930-03-27Battling Tracey8-3-1
Buckingham Hall, Waterbury, Connecticut, USAWPTS88
From the Bridgeport Post (Herb Goldman).
1930-03-19Tony Travers36-5-4
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
From The Ring, May 1930, page 67. This program occurred in March, but the exact date is a guess.
1930-03-12Leo Larrivee26-5-0
Columbus Hall, Stamford, Connecticut, USALPTS1010
From The Ring, May 1930, page 67 (March fights), but the exact date is a guess.
1930-02-21Eddie Decker30-18-0
Red Men's Hall, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USAWPTS1010
From The Ring, April 1930, page 55. The date has been verified.
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