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Joe McAuliffe
Global ID40145
sexmale
birthdate 1863-11-02
divisionheavyweight
height6′ 3½″   /   192cm
aliasThe Mission Boy
country USA
residenceSan Francisco, California, USA
birth placeSan Francisco, California, USA
won 13 (KO 11) + lost 6 (KO 5) + drawn 1 = 20
rounds boxed 219 KO% 55
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1897-10-19Jack Stelzner2-1-3
Hazard's Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USALTKO1515
1896-08-28Joe Choynski31-5-2
Woodward's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USALKO410
referee: Billy Smith
Fight previously displayed as occuring on 08/20/1896.
1893-10-18Peter Maher54-4-0
Grand Opera House, San Francisco, California, USADPTS44
referee: Young Mitchell
The fight was part of a charity benefit and proved a poor contest. The local papers thought Maher should've been given the nod.
1892-06-30Joe Goddard19-1-3
Pacific A.C., San Francisco, California, USALKO1520
referee: Hiram Cook
Contest was seen by some 3,000 spectators. Goddard's end was something over $4,000. McAuliffe dropped Goddard for short counts in rounds 1 and 6. In round 14 Goddard's right swing put McAuliffe through the ropes, but the big fellow survived, only to be knocked down in the 15th for a 9-count before another series of blows put him away.
1891-12-29Patsy Cardiff25-4-8
Wigwam Theatre, San Francisco, California, USAWTKO15
referee: Hiram Cook
The purse was $1,500, with $350 going to the loser. McAuliffe was the 2-to-1 favorite. Cardiff’s weight was announced at 189 pounds, while McAuliffe was known to weigh around twenty-five pounds more and had a height advantage of several inches. McAuliffe knocked Cardiff down in the fourteenth and fifteenth rounds before Referee Hiram Cook stopped the bout. Despite a steady downpour of rain, 3,000 people saw the bout. The Los Angeles Times
1891-03-19Jim Daly26-6-7
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USALPTS66
Daly would win the purse and bet if he went the distance. He did and the referee declared him the winner of the bout
Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher

1890-09-27Frank Slavin26-2-4
The Ormode Club, Walworth Road, London, United KingdomLKO215x3
referee: Bernard J Angle
Slavin wins the Police Gazette championship belt. However, according to Australia's The Referee of Oct. 1, 1890: "The match has been referred to by some journalists, ignorant of sporting laws, as a championship one, but such was not the case. The men simply fought for a purse of £1,000 and a diamond belt given by a well known American journal run by a very cute man."
The North-Eastern Daily Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), Saturday, September 27, 1890

1890-05-05Jack Fallon37-6-9
Brooklyn, New York, USAWPTS33
Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher
1890-04-05Jack Burns1-1-0
Grand Opera House, Salt Lake City, Utah, USAWKO2
1889-09-11Pat Killen53-1-3
Golden State A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO7
referee: Mike Lucie
Sometimes incorrectly reported as PTS 7.
Killen reportedly entered the fight intoxicated and missed so wildly on his punches while drunk, that he fell and dislocated his right shoulder in the 2nd round, hence fighting the remainder of the fight with his left only--Source: Pittsburgh Post 9-25-1889 in interview with Killen's trainer for the fight, Tom Madden.

1889-05-22Tom Lees12-6-2
San Francisco, California, USAWKO8
McAuliffe put the smaller man away with a couple of right handers on the jaw.
1888-12-28Peter Jackson10-3-2
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USALKO24
referee: Hiram Cook
Billed for the Heavyweight Championship of the Pacific Coast. Purse: $3000.
Jackson was down in the 10th round. McAuliffe was down in the 18th round. Weights (204 and 219) are from SF Evening Bulletin.

1888-10-26Mike Conley20-2-1
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO2
referee: Hiram Cook
Results from the NY Evening Telegram.
1888-05-22Frank Glover6-6-5
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO49
referee: Hiram Cook
McAuliffe was over 200 pounds (Galveston Daily News).
1887-12-23Paddy Ryan1-2-0
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWTKO3
Heavyweight Championship of the Pacific Coast
Ryan was knocked down twice in the 2nd round.

1887-08-31Mike Brennan
San Francisco, California, USAWKO40
Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher
1886-09-17Dick Matthews15-1-0
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO7
1885-10-15Pete McCoy1-1-3
San Francisco, California, USAWKO9
Date uncertain-Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher
1885-07-15Jack Brady1-1-1
San Francisco, California, USAWKO?
Date uncertain-Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher
1885-06-15Martin Costello
San Francisco, California, USAWPTS44
Date uncertain-Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher

 
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