George LaBlanche
Global ID40223
birthdate 1856-12-19
death date 1918-05-03 (61)
height5′ 7½″   /   171cm
aliasThe Marine
country Canada
birth placeLevis, Quebec, Canada
birth nameGeorge Blais
won 41 (KO 23) + lost 24 (KO 15) + drawn 13 = 80
rounds boxed 443 KO% 28.75

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1899-07-20Dick O'Brien25-12-7
Lewiston, Maine, USALKO3
1898-04-10Bert Woods
Toledo, Ohio, USALKO4
1897-11-12Charles Kid McCoy43-2-8
Opera House, Dayton, Ohio, USALKO1
1897-01-18John Yowpers
Cleveland, Ohio, USAWPTS66
1896-07-04Frank Monahan0-1-1
Jamestown, New York, USALKO2
time: 3:00
Lablanche refused to come out at call. Troy Daily Times
1896-03-27Jim Little
Tearney & Malone's Music Hall, Niagara Falls, New York, USAWPTS44
Niagara Falls Daily Cataract
1896-01-17Joe Dunfee11-1-1
Syracuse, New York, USALKO5
1896-01-08Jack Burgess1-1-0
Boston, Massachusetts, USALDQ?
1895-11-25Billy Hennessey4-3-4
Kirkland A.C., Lynn, Massachusetts, USALTKO115
referee: Howie Hodgkins
Results from the Boston Daily Globe.
1895-01-22Jack Slavin6-7-2
Montreal, Quebec, CanadaWDQ6
1894-05-28Martin Costello7-5-7
Montreal, Quebec, CanadaLPTS66
1894-03-16Charles Wickey
Muskegon, Michigan, USALKO5
1893-10-23Billy Layton1-0-0
Des Moines, Iowa, USALKO7
1893-09-21Billy (Shadow) Maber8-5-2
Twin City A.C., Minneapolis, Minnesota, USALKO210
1893-08-11Tom O'Donnell0-1-0
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USALPTS44
1893-08-01D Dwyer
Opera House, Goshen, Indiana, USAWKO8
1893-07-11Bob Manning
Jackson, Michigan, USADPTS815
Bout stopped by the police. Buffalo Courier
1893-05-18Billy McCarthy15-6-9
New Orleans, Louisiana, USALKO16
referee: Professor George Scott
1892-05-11Charles Bernard
Pastime A.C., Los Angeles, California, USANCNC4
Result unknown. The Los Angeles Times
1892-03-24Frank Childs1-0-0
Pastime A.C., Los Angeles, California, USALDQ8
LaBlanche grabbed Childs by the waist, threw him down, and then kicked him. Despite being badly hurt, Childs got up quickly and grabbed LaBlanche in a half-nelson. Then he jerked LaBlanche into the air and threw him. The police got into the ring to stop the bout; Referee Mort Curran awarded Childs the decision. The boxers wore 4-ounce gloves. The Los Angeles Times
1892-02-19Jim Lawson2-0-0
Los Angeles, California, USALKO7
1892-02-18Frank Childs
Pastime A.C., Los Angeles, California, USALKO3
1891-12-14Alec Greggains3-1-0
Occidental A.C., San Francisco, California, USALTKO18
At stake was a purse of $2,000. La Blanche was down in the seventh round. The police stopped this bout. Referee Danny Needham gave Greggains the decision despite the fact the Occidental Club president said that the rendering of the said decision would be postponed. But the president said that the club would abide by the decision. The Los Angeles Times
1891-11-26Jim Williams4-0-1
San Francisco, California, USALPTS1717
1891-05-01Ed Gorman
Salt Lake City, Utah, USAWKO10
Exact date unknown.
1891-02-20Young Mitchell3-0-3
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USALKO12
The Boxing Yearbook 2000
1891-01-14Jim Williams3-0-0
Salt Lake City, Utah, USADPTS66
referee: Tom Painter
May have been arranged as an exhibition, since press termed it "a friendly bout."
1890-11-17George Kessler0-0-1
Butte, Montana, USALDQ13
LaBlance was disqualified for kicking his man in the groin
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2005

1889-09-19Texas Jack Burke
Seattle, Washington, USADPTS99
1889-08-27Nonpareil Jack Dempsey49-1-10
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO32
referee: Hiram Cook
A finish fight
1889-05-28Mike Lucie5-0-1
California A.C., San Francisco, California, USAWKO13
The winner and loser of this bout received purses of $1,250. and $250. respectively.
1889-03-06Murdy Buchanan
Loeb's Theatre, Leadville, Colorado, USAWKO220
The Carbonate Chronicle of Leadville, Colo. has this report in edition of March 11, 1889: "LaBlanche won by TKO in second round. They fought inside an 18-foot ring in Loeb's Theatre. Pete Dempsey was referee and the audience included Marshall White and other law enforcement officers."--(Carbonate Chronicle), 3/11/1889
1889-02-21Denver Ed Smith25-1-1
Denver, Colorado, USADPTS2
Police intervened
Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher

1889-02-02Tom Lynch
Adelphia Theatre, Buffalo, New York, USAWKO36
1889-02-01Paddy Brennan0-4-0
Adelphia Theatre, Buffalo, New York, USANCND44
As Pat Brennan and La Blanche (Galveston Daily News).
1888-08-18Jack Varley1-0-0
Yonkers, New York, USAWKO3
A finish fight
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2005

1888-04-19Johnny Martin1-0-0
Newark, New Jersey, USAWPTS33
1888-03-22J Peters
Detroit, Michigan, USAWKO2
1888-02-24Con Riley1-0-0
Dayton, Ohio, USAWKO2
1888-01-19M Burns
Waterbury, Connecticut, USAWPTS33
1887-12-22Jack Fallon19-3-6
Hoboken, New Jersey, USADPTS6
Stopped by the police.
Source Matt Donnellson The Irish Champion Peter Maher

1887-11-13Mike Boden5-15-6
Grand Central Theater, Wilmington, Delaware, USAWPTS44
Results from the Boston Herald.
1887-11-10Bill Gabig11-18-7
Grand Central Theater, Wilmington, Delaware, USADPTS44
1887-11-09Denny Kelliher8-7-10
Wilmington, Delaware, USAWKO2
1887-10-29Billy Dunn4-5-2
Hoboken, New Jersey, USAWPTS33
1887-10-26H Larydon
Hoboken, New Jersey, USAWKO2
1887-10-24M Gillespie
Hoboken, New Jersey, USAWKO4
1887-10-18Ed Buchannan0-1-0
Anthenium Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWTKO2
1887-03-25Tom Hinch3-2-7
Olympic Theater, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWKO7
1887-03-13Jack Fogarty11-1-1
Greenport, New York, USAWKO11
Results from the Washington Critic. This bout took place in a boat-house in Greenpoint, Long Island.
1887-02-23Jack Hanley0-1-0
Omaha, Nebraska, USADPTS66
1887-02-18Frank Taylor6-2-2
Olympic Theater, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USAWPTS66
referee: Barney Smith
St. Paul Daily Globe 2-19-1887
1887-02-14John W Curtis0-4-0
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USADPTS22
1886-12-28N Bramble
Denver, Colorado, USAWKO3
1886-08-28Sam Brittle
Toronto, Ontario, CanadaWKO1
1886-07-20W L Leighton
Bradford, Pennsylvania, USAWPTS55
1886-04-07Matt Cunningham0-2-1
Manchester, New Hampshire, USAWKO3
1886-03-14Nonpareil Jack Dempsey28-0-7
Larchmont, New York, USALTKO13
referee: James O'Neil
American version of World Middleweight title
LaBlanche was down in the 10th and 13th rounds, last time he asked his seconds to throw up the sponge. (NY Tribune) Weigh-in weights from the Salt Lake Herald.

1886-01-08Jack Burgess
Boston, Massachusetts, USALDQ2
Syracuse Standard
1885-09-15Pete McCoy1-1-2
Saugus, Massachusetts, USADPTS56
referee: Jimmy Colville
The referee declared a draw as both men could not answer the bell for round 6
1885-08-06Pete McCoy1-0-2
Fall River, Massachusetts, USAWPTS44
1885-04-17Pete McCoy1-0-1
Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS88
1885-03-01? Sangus
Exact date and location unknown.
1885-02-20Denny Kelliher0-4-0
South End hall, Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS36
LaBlanche was knocked down in the 1st and 2nd rounds. Kelliher was down in the 3rd round, the police officer stopped the bout and it was declared a draw.
1885-01-01Frank Bosworth
Exact date and location unknown.
1884-12-12Johnny Green
Calbo Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWKO620
1884-10-31Denny Kelliher0-1-0
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWKO46
Results from the Boston Daily Globe.
1884-08-31Denny Kelliher
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS44
Results from the Boston Daily Globe.
1884-08-25Tom Henry1-0-1
Windsor Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS2
1884-07-01C Randall
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS22
Exact date unknown.
1884-06-24Ned Harnatty
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS33
1884-06-13Jimmy Hurst0-3-0
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS66
1884-05-07Jimmy Hurst0-2-0
Cambridgeport, Massachusetts, USAWPTS66
1884-03-21Tom Bates
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWKO5
1884-02-28Tom McManus
Boston, Massachusetts, USAWPTS66
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