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Guy Buckles
Global ID88309
sexmale
birthdate 1884-02-01
death date 1958-05-22 (74)
divisionwelterweight
country USA
residenceOmaha, Nebraska, USA
won 6 (KO 3) + lost 8 (KO 1) + drawn 6 = 20
rounds boxed 222
Newspaper Decisions won : lost 2 : drawn 2
rounds boxed 40
Total Bouts 24 KO% 12.5
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1921-10-27Jack Ivey
Labor Temple, Omaha, Nebraska, USALPTS44
1912-01-20Art Magirl6-2-4
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USADPTS1515
referee: E.P. Richardson
Daily Oklahoman.
1911-10-01Wildcat Ferns19-3-5
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USALPTS1515
Exact date unknown.
1911-04-14Wildcat Ferns15-2-4
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USALDQ5
referee: Jimmy McDonald
(Batlesville Enterprise April 21, 1911)
1911-03-22Bill Anderson
Logansport A.C., Logansport, Indiana, USAWTKO110
"The bout was the windup of the card and Anderson was going good when Buckles, toward the end of the first round, suddenly shifted and whipped a left uppercut at Anderson. The blow was low, Anderson stepped in, received it in the groin and staggered over to the ropes, groaning with pain. Buckles assisted him to his corner, where Dr. Regan examined him and declared his injury was of such a nature that he could not continue." (Indianapolis Star)
1911-03-01Jimmy Perry4-3-1
Auditorium, Indianapolis, Indiana, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Indianapolis Star
1911-02-08Bob Moha6-1-3
Shubert Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USALNWS1010
Buckles displayed little except the "ability to absorb punishment. Time and again Buckles would go down for the count, but he was always game and, while it was through the timely intervention of the bell on several occassions, which allowed him to go through the bout without being counted out, still the rest between the rounds was sufficient for the Omaha fighter to recuperate and he was always willing to mix had when he had sufficient strength to do so." (Daily Northwestern)
1911-01-11Jack Morgan18-7-3
Broadway Theater, Logansport, Indiana, USADNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Indianapolis Star
1910-11-14Spike Kelly1-1-0
West Bluff A.C., Peoria, Illinois, USALNWS1010
"Kelly was the aggressor in every round, save the fifth and eighth." (Nebraska State Journal)
1910-10-14Jack Kid Bain2-8-1
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USAWTKO620
1910-09-05Jimmy Clabby38-6-14
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USALTKO1320
1910-07-22Johnny Gilsey4-8-6
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USAWKO520
1910-07-04Johnny O'Keefe5-2-8
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USADPTS2020
1910-06-10Battling Dane4-0-4
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USAWPTS2020
1910-02-23Billy West5-14-2
Monroe A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USALPTS?
West broke a bone in his right hand in the first round (Atlanta Constitution).
1910-02-15Jack Robinson16-16-15
Monroe A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USADPTS1010
1910-01-08Billy Morehead21-6-9
Royal A.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, USADPTS1010
referee: Jack Grace
1909-12-18Jimmy Clabby36-6-13
Royal A.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, USALPTS1010
1909-11-25Howard Baker17-2-6
Kirby Opera House, Sheridan, Wyoming, USALPTS2020
1909-11-06Jack Robinson13-16-13
Royal A.C., New Orleans, Louisiana, USADPTS1010
1909-09-03Dick Fitzpatrick10-12-11
Omaha, Nebraska, USAWPTS1212
1908-10-06Billy Rhodes7-2-5
Omaha, Nebraska, USADPTS66
1908-05-21Harry 'Kid' Krantz2-2-1
Port Townsend, Washington, USALPTS2020
"The decision was a rank steal..." Tacoma Daily News. Battling Nelson was ringside.
1907-07-30Sailor Kelly0-0-2
Omaha, Nebraska, USAWPTS2020

 
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