Bill Frazier
Global ID31491
birthdate 1852-08-29
death date 1915-02-28 (62)
residenceSomerville, Massachusetts, USA
won 0 (KO 0) + lost 6 (KO 5) + drawn 7 = 13
rounds boxed 172 KO% 0

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1893-01-05Jimmy Dime13-0-0
Fonda, New York, USALKO12
referee: Alec Greggains
Fought in a large barn on the Johnstown road, two miles north of Fonda. Billed for the 130-pound lightweight championship of America.
1892-06-22Jack McAuliffe20-0-7
Manhattan A.C., New York, New York, USALKO36
referee: John L. Sullivan
1892-04-14Jack Falvey
Gladstone Club, Providence, Rhode Island, USADPTS83
referee: Steve McMaugh
Billed for the lightweight championship of New England, 133 pounds ringside. Falvey was knocked down seven times in rounds 77-79. (Providence News)
1887-06-15Mike Daly4-0-0
Boston, Massachusetts, USALKO8
Two-ounce gloves were used. Purse $550.
1887-05-12Jem Carney2-0-1
Boston, Massachusetts, USALPTS1515
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1887-03-02Jack McAuliffe13-0-1
Theatre Comique, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS44
referee: Jack Welsh
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1887-02-26Billy Teese1-0-1
Theatre Comique, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS44
referee: Willie Clark
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1887-02-22Andy Hart0-1-0
Theatre Comique, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADPTS44
referee: Jack Lynch
Results from the Philadelphia Record.
1887-01-14Paddy Duffy23-3-13
Adelphi Rink, New Bedford, Massachusetts, USADPTS44
Results from the Boston Daily Globe.
1886-10-29Jack McAuliffe11-0-0
Fair Play Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USALKO21
referee: Ed C. Holske
Stipulated weight was 133 pounds, fight to a finish for the American lightweight title, but McAuliffe was much heavier.
Boston Daily Globe reported fighters' weights as 128 and 138 pounds, Boston Herald - 130 and 138, Springfield (MA) Republic - 130 and 139, Chicago Daily Inter Ocean - 133 and 139, New York Sun - 130.25 and 134, New York World - 128 and 138.

1886-02-05Paddy Smith1-2-0
Cribb's Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS66
referee: William Mahoney
Reported as "Billy Frazer, the well known teacher of sparring at Harvard College." Frazier was down in the 4th round. Smith was down in the 5th round.
1885-01-12Nonpareil Jack Dempsey12-0-6
New York, New York, USADPTS44
Honors about evenly divided, although Frazier was the weaker man of the two at the finish. NY Sun 1/13/85
1884-11-20Nonpareil Jack Dempsey10-0-6
New York, New York, USALTKO4
referee: Ed Plummer
Fought with small hard gloves, M of Q rules. Frazier's second, Nobby Clark, stopped the fight after round four in the break. Billy Frazier stated, "He's too big for me. I've got to give up." NY Sun


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