Tiger Flowers
Global ID11336
birthdate 1893-02-11
death date 1927-11-16 (34)
height5′ 10″   /   178cm
reach76″   /   193cm
aliasGeorgia Deacon
country USA
residenceNew York, New York, USA
birth placeCamilla, Georgia, USA
birth nameTheodore Flowers
won 117 (KO 54) + lost 15 (KO 10) + drawn 7 = 140
rounds boxed 1061
Newspaper Decisions won 17 : lost 2 : drawn
rounds boxed 202
Total Bouts 159 KO% 33.96

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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1924-09-22Lee Anderson33-22-12
Columbus, Ohio, USAWPTS1212
1924-09-15Jamaica Kid8-20-3
Columbus, Ohio, USAWNWS1212
Pittsburgh Post reported that Flowers gave Jamaica Kid another licking.
1924-09-01Tut Jackson59-12-3
League Park, Martins Ferry, Ohio, USAWTKO810
1924-08-21Harry Greb77-6-2
Legion Stadium, Fremont, Ohio, USALNWS1010
referee: Eddie Kennedy
Opinions about the winner varied, but the majority were for Greb. The Fremont Daily News scored for Flowers, as did the Toledo News-Bee, Toledo Blade,Columbus Citizen and Akron Press. Greb was tabbed the winner by the Fremont Daily Register, Columbus Evening Dispatch, Toledo Times, Detroit News, Sandusky Star Journal, Pittsburgh Gazette Times, Lorain Times Herald, Tiffin Advertiser, Mansfield News, Pittsburgh Post, Fostoria Daily Review, Cleveland News and Findlay Morning Republican. The Sandusky Register scored the fight a draw, but mentioned that of three rounds in which a fighter was far out in front, two belonged to Flowers. The newspaper decision from the Elyria Chronicle Telegram went to Greb. Regis Welsh, sports editor of the Pittsburgh Post, was on hand and said that 12,000 persons attended. Welsh scored it as follows: 1st round even; Flowers won the 2nd; Greb won the 3rd, 4th and 5th; Flowers got an edge in the 6th; and Greb won each of the last four rounds. Welsh described Flowers as a southpaw, "awkward, covering up, wild-swinging." For once Greb met someone as unorthodox as himself. Flowers did well for six rounds even though lacking a hard punch. After that he seemed to tire, "grew more timid as the bout wore on, and was at sea against Greb's windmill tactics, speed, and roughhouse." Afterward, Walk Miller (Flowers's manager) claimed victory, and his unrelenting publicity campaign did have the effect of making his fighter much better known.
1924-08-12Oscar Mortimer2-6-3
Soledad Roof, San Antonio, Texas, USAWTKO612
referee: William Sinclair
1924-08-02Jack Townsend2-3-0
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWTKO11
1924-07-21Jamaica Kid8-18-3
Covington, Kentucky, USAWDQ310
1924-07-03Lee Anderson33-21-12
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWDQ1112
referee: Bill Kaliska
1924-06-27Jamaica Kid8-18-3
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USAWNWS1010
Flowers reported to have the better in Boxing Blade.
1924-06-20Battling Gahee13-11-3
Fremont Theatre, Fremont, Ohio, USAWNWS1010
Newspaper decision from the Sandusky Register
1924-06-14Joe Lohman11-9-2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
1924-05-14Willie Walker17-3-2
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWTKO712
1924-05-03Ted Jamieson9-9-1
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
1924-04-29George Robinson51-38-11
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1212
referee: Fuzzy Woodruff
1924-04-19Jimmy Darcy49-48-35
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
Flowers won every round and dished out a one-sided beating to Darcy.
1924-04-09Dave Thornton0-1-0
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWKO2
1924-03-29Lee Anderson32-20-11
Commonwealth Sporting Club, New York, New York, USAWPTS1212
1924-03-19Bob Lawson7-4-1
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWKO68
1924-03-03Jamaica Kid8-17-3
Fremont Theatre, Fremont, Ohio, USAWNWS1010
Pittsburgh Post reported that Jamaica Kid was floored three times and badly beaten.
1924-02-25Battling Gahee12-10-3
Barberton, Ohio, USANCND1212
A preview stated that this bout was to go to a referee's decision.
1924-02-18Bob Lawson7-3-1
Coliseum, Toledo, Ohio, USAWTKO1012
1924-01-31Sonny Goodrich15-4-6
Bellinger Theater, San Antonio, Texas, USAWPTS1212
1924-01-23Herbert Moore
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWKO2
1923-12-28Sailor Darden5-10-1
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1212
referee: Fuzzy Woodruff
1923-12-06Rufe Cameron6-14-3
Exact date and location unknown. Not held in Albany NY on December 6 1923 as listed previously.
1923-11-27George Robinson51-37-10
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USADPTS1212
1923-09-17Fireman Jim Flynn63-41-18
Mexico City, Distrito Federal, MexicoLRTD5
The fight was stopped after 5 rounds with Flowers unable to continue because of an injured hand.
1923-09-04Jamaica Kid8-15-3
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1010
referee: Fuzzy Woodruff
1923-07-30Whitey Black0-2-0
Detroit, Michigan, USAWNWS1010
(Chicago Tribune)
1923-07-18Tut Jackson46-6-3
Springfield, Ohio, USAWPTS1212
This fight was decided by a decision of the referee.
1923-07-03Tut Jackson45-5-3
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1212
1923-06-20Rufe Cameron6-12-3
Bijou Ring, Nashville, Tennessee, USAWPTS1010
1923-05-25Panama Joe Gans63-10-5
Coliseum, Toledo, Ohio, USAWNWS1212
referee: Ollie Pecord
Newspaper decision from the Toledo News-Bee, which reported that Flowers easily won every round.
1923-05-15Sailor Tom King9-11-5
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWPTS1515
1923-05-08Kid Norfolk67-17-6
Springfield, Ohio, USALKO112
time: 2:50 | referee: Matt Hinkel
World's Colored Light Heavyweight Title
1923-04-20Jamaica Kid8-13-2
Coliseum, Toledo, Ohio, USAWNWS1212
The Toledo News-Bee reported that the Toledo fans had seldom seen a fighter 'fight so fast, so aggressively, so willingly and so thoroly as did this Tiger Boy.'
1923-03-19Jack Ray0-1-0
Central Garage Arena, Nashville, Tennessee, USAWKO3
1923-02-28Battling Mims1-5-1
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
1923-02-21Bob Lawson1-1-0
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
1922-12-22Frank Carbone23-19-6
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWDQ1015
This fight ended in a riot. "Of the ten rounds fought, Flowers was credited with winning five, Carbone took three, and two were even." Flowers fouled Carbone in the third round and butted him in the face in round ten, "causing Carbone to butt him in the jaw until he went down. Carbone then tried to hit Flowers while he sat on the floor." "On his way to the dressing room, Carbone was mobbed and laid out by a flow from the butt end of a gun. Police rushed him from the arena still clad in his fighting trunks. After his wounds were dressed in a hospital, he got to El Paso safely." Boxing Blade, January 13, 1923, page 9.
1922-12-13Eddie Palmer44-17-5
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USAWTKO1015
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1922-11-11Eddie Palmer44-16-5
Memphis, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
Exact date unknown.
1922-10-10Battling Gahee10-8-2
Memphis, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
1922-09-09Kid Davis0-2-1
Exact date and location unknown.
1922-08-30Kid Paddy
Exact date and location unknown.
1922-08-22Andy Palmer22-7-13
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWPTS1515
1922-07-26Jamaica Kid6-8-2
Covington, Kentucky, USALTKO210
1922-07-04Kid Norfolk63-15-5
Memphis, Tennessee, USADPTS88
This fight did not take place on July 4th, per Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
1922-06-05Sam Langford143-24-33
Ponce de Leon Ballpark, Atlanta, Georgia, USALKO210
referee: Johnny Glenn
1922-05-16Frankie Murphy4-2-0
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWPTS1515
1922-05-09Lee Anderson24-10-11
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoLKO715
Colored Light Heavyweight Title
1922-04-11Billy Britton0-1-2
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWPTS1515
1922-03-28Jim Jam Barry20-20-19
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWKO515
1922-03-21Chihuahua Kid Brown0-5-2
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWKO115
1922-03-07Jim Jam Barry20-20-18
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoDPTS1515
1922-02-21Gorilla Jones14-12-1
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, MexicoWKO415
Southwest Middleweight Championship
also reported as TKO9

1922-01-30Kid Norfolk60-14-4
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USALKO310
time: 0:30 | referee: Johnny Glenn
1922-01-11Battling Burke0-1-0
Nashville, Tennessee, USAWKO48
As Battling Burke of New Orleans (Atlanta Constitution). Battling Burke was not Martin Burke (as shown here previously), who was white. A racially-mixed fight would not have been permitted in Tennessee at this time, or for long afterward.
1922-01-01Jack Ray
Georgia, USAWKO2
Exact date and location unknown.
1921-12-15Panama Joe Gans49-7-4
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USALKO515
1921-11-08Battling Gahee8-7-2
Memphis, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
1921-10-24Whitey Black0-1-0
Memphis, Tennessee, USAWPTS88
1921-10-18Battling Gahee8-6-2
Business Men's A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1010
Bout changed from the 30th per day after Atlanta Constituion.
1921-09-26Chihuahua Kid Brown0-3-2
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO3
time: 0:25
1921-08-08Kid Williams
Georgia, USAWKO3
Exact date and location unknown.
1921-08-08Panama Joe Gans41-6-4
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USALKO615
referee: Pa Stribling
Flowers "down momentarily" in the 5th round, and again in the 6th. A right to the pit of the stomach ended the bout. (The Atlanta Constitution)
1921-07-12Jack Moore
Pekin Theatre, Savannah, Georgia, USAWKO212
Bout was scheduled according to Savannah Tribune (July 9, 1921), but no result was reported in next issue. Result was later listed in Atlanta Constituion without exact date (July 1921).
1921-07-07Battling Mims1-4-0
Georgia, USAWPTS1010
Exact date and location unknown.
1921-06-14Battling Troupe
Business Men's A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO4
1921-06-06Whitey Black
Georgia, USAWKO1
Exact date and location unknown.
1921-05-23Jim Fain
Business Men's A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO410
referee: Walk Miller
1921-05-05Chihuahua Kid Brown0-1-1
Exact date and location unknown.
1921-05-02Chihuahua Kid Brown0-0-1
Business Men's A.C., Atlanta, Georgia, USAWKO810
1920-11-09Battling Mims1-3-0
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1010
1920-09-27Billy Hooper12-5-0
Auditorium, Atlanta, Georgia, USAWPTS1010
referee: J. Hume McDonald
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