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Young Peter Jackson
Global ID39929
sexmale
birthdate 1877-10-31
death date 1923-09-14 (45)
divisionwelterweight
height5′ 6″   /   168cm
reach70″   /   178cm
aliasBaltimore Demon
country USA
residenceBaltimore, Maryland, USA
birth placeBaltimore, Maryland, USA
birth nameSim Thompkins
won 78 (KO 59) + lost 26 (KO 4) + drawn 27 = 136
rounds boxed 1211
Newspaper Decisions won 5 : lost 11 : drawn 2
rounds boxed 122
Total Bouts 154 KO% 38.31
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1914-12-10Jim Downing1-0-0
Forest Park Arena, Boise, Idaho, USALPTS1010
The referee was Nick Collins, well-known boxer, wrestler and promoter.
1914-06-12Henry Petty
Airdome, Price, Utah, USAWKO3
1914-04-15Jack Downey11-9-27
Price, Utah, USALDQ920
Apr 27?
1914-04-13Jack Duarte1-1-4
Eureka, Utah, USADPTS2020
1914-03-31Jack Downey11-9-26
Bingham, Utah, USADPTS66
The bout was preliminary to the Ira Dern-Chris Jordan wrestling match.
1914-03-16Mike Queenan
Tooele, Utah, USAWKO110
Is this Queenan the man who was dubbed years earlier as the "Stockyards Giant", and whose hometown was Chicago??
1913-10-30Ike Cohen12-9-5
Boise, Idaho, USADPTS1010
Idaho Statesman reported: "the men had agreed to make 162 pounds and Jackson did not make it. He looked tons bigger than Ike."
1913-09-01Jack Downey11-7-25
Park City, Utah, USAWKO8
1913-08-02Dave Mills5-3-4
NCND66
Date not known. Prior to 1915.
1913-02-08Joe Clark8-3-12
Opera House, Eureka, Utah, USAWPTS10
1912-01-12Bert Whirlwind7-2-0
American A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALKO26
Result from the Philadelphia Item.
1912-01-11Jack Fink2-0-0
Broadway A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
Newspaper decision in favor of Fink from the Philadelphia Item.
1911-12-26Billy Ryan2-0-0
Douglas A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALTKO46
Result from the Philadelphia Item.
1911-10-18Barney Malone29-9-10
American A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWTKO36
Result from the Philadelphia Item. This was a fight between two real veterans: Malone was a 41 year-old South African and Jackson (34 years-old and from Baltimore) had fought in the United Kingdom and various parts of the United States.
1911-09-25Harry Cyrus0-1-0
American A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADNWS66
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia item was a draw for Cyrus and Jackson.
1911-07-03Morgan Williams23-4-7
Trocadero Hall, Murray, Utah, USADPTS1010
referee: Tommy Murphy
1911-05-09Jack Rogers10-2-2
Trocadero Hall, Murray, Utah, USADPTS1010
referee: F E Schefski
1911-04-25John Wille8-9-8
Auditorium Rink, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaLPTS1515
referee: Kid Gains
1909-11-26Tim O'Neil2-2-0
West Oakland Club, Oakland, California, USALDQ210
referee: George Brown
1909-11-10Gunboat Smith5-0-0
Piedmont Pavilion, Oakland, California, USALPTS1010
1909-09-29Joe Willis5-2-2
West Oakland Club, Oakland, California, USAWPTS1010
1909-09-06Billy Burke7-6-1
San Francisco, California, USAWKO2
Not at Oakland, CA.
1908-09-07Al Neill35-14-12
New Goldfield A.C., Goldfield, Nevada, USANCNC720
Police stopped it, believing it to be a fake bout. (Goldfield Chronicle)
1908-01-28Dick Sullivan7-3-0
Marysville A.C., Marysville, California, USANCNC1720
referee: Eddie Smith
Bout updated per day after Oakland Tribune.
1907-11-28Tom Reilly10-8-6
Sacramento, California, USAWKO7
1907-11-12Sam Langford38-6-16
Pacific A.C., Los Angeles, California, USALPTS2020
referee: Charles Eyton
Billed World Coloured 158lbs Middleweight Title
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2005

1907-09-02Terry Mustain2-1-2
Tonopah, Nevada, USAWKO17
1907-05-15Ed Butte
Portsmouth, Virginia, USAWDQ4
1907-03-08Joe Jeannette7-3-2
Spring Garden A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
Both the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Record, and the Philadelphia Item gave the newspaper decision to Jeannette. It was a slow fight.
1907-02-09Black Bill12-6-3
Baltimore A.C., Baltimore, Maryland, USADPTS88
referee: Tommy Daly
Results from the Baltimore Sun.
1906-11-21Sam Langford33-6-15
Rochester, New York, USALPTS1515
"The Boston man (Langford) started blood from Jackson's nose and closed his opponent's left eye in the first round." Jackson did a lot of clinching, which did not appease the crowd. The decision was met with cheers. Boston Globe
1906-10-26Mike Donovan65-12-33
Rochester, New York, USALDQ9
1906-06-13Sam Langford32-5-15
Southbridge, Massachusetts, USAWTKO5
1905-12-01Jack Johnson24-5-6
Eureka A.C., Baltimore, Maryland, USALNWS1212
Johnson defends world 'colored' heavyweight title
"At its conclusion no decision was given. Johnson had undertaken to knock Jackson out within twelve rounds or take the smaller end of the receipts. He failed to do so." (Durango Democrat) The New York Evening World reported that Johnson twice knocked down Jackson and had administered lots of punishment; Jackson on his part had done little fighting.

1905-09-29Sam Langford29-3-14
Germania Maennerchor Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USADPTS1515
referee: James O'Hara
1905-06-16Sam Langford27-2-12
Douglas A.C., Chelsea, Massachusetts, USALPTS1515
1905-05-26Sam Langford26-2-12
Highland A.C., Marlborough, Massachusetts, USALPTS1515
1905-05-15Larry Temple10-3-2
Sharon, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS1212
This was a prearranged draw, but the Pittsburgh Post reported that Jackson had the better of it.
1905-04-07Philadelphia Jack O'Brien80-4-11
4th Regiment Armory, Baltimore, Maryland, USALPTS1010
referee: Charlie White
For O'Brien's World 158lbs Middleweight title claim
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2005

1905-03-24Philadelphia Jack O'Brien79-4-11
4th Regiment Armory, Baltimore, Maryland, USALDQ215
referee: James O'Hara
Billed World & American 158lbs Middleweight Title
"After less than a minute's fighting in the second round, Young Peter Jackson knocked out 'Philadelphia Jack' O'Hara (sic) and lost the decision by doing it on a foul. The agreement was that the fighters should break clean. While the referee was between the men, who had clinched, Jackson's right arm shot around O'Hara's body and landed on his haw, putting him to sleep." (Durango Democrat)

1904-12-26Dixie Kid28-6-4
Germania Maennerchor Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USADPTS1515
referee: James O'Hara
"It had been announced that the Dixie Kid was to be married a few hours after the set-to. Mr. Maurice J. Herford, secretary of the Eureka Club, later stated that the contemplated marriage ceremony could not be performed, as license clerks of the court were keeping holiday and could not be located." (Baltimore Sun)
1904-11-21Charlie Allum9-6-4
Wonderland, Whitechapel Road, Mile End, London, United KingdomWKO615x2
Purse £100 and £100 a side
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2004

1904-10-24Jack Scales17-8-0
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, United KingdomWTKO4
1904-10-03Harry Barrett4-6-0
National Sporting Club, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomWKO2
1904-09-26Charlie Knock7-8-4
Wonderland, Whitechapel Road, Mile End, London, United KingdomWKO315x2
referee: J.T. Hulls
Billed World 148 lbs Title
Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Tuesday 27 September 1904

1904-09-08Harry Slounch Dixon6-5-2
London, United KingdomWKO2
1904-08-06Private Pete Casling
London, United KingdomWTKO2
1904-06-10Joe Walcott87-13-14
Germania Maennerchor Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USAWKO410
time: 2:50 | referee: James O'Hara
Fought at catchweights. Walcott was knocked out by a punch to the stomach, which he claimed was low, but the referee thought it legit.
1904-04-07Joe Butler39-17-3
Broadway A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWTKO56
Jackson stopped the veteran Butler according to the Philadelphia Item.
1904-03-11Black Bill9-1-1
Germania Maennerchor Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USADPTS1515
referee: James O'Hara
Black Bill had an advantage in weight of over 20 or 30 pounds. Jackson was down in the 1st round.
Black Bill and Young Peter Jackson did not meet in Philadelphia on April 14, 1904, as previously listed here. According to the Philadelphia Item, there was no program in the city on that night.

1904-02-05Mike Donovan43-9-26
Shlegel's Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USAWPTS1515
referee: James O'Hara
1904-01-11Edward Snowden6-4-5
Hudson A.C., Baltimore, Maryland, USAWKO4
1904-01-01Bill Larry7-15-0
Eureka A.C., Baltimore, Maryland, USAWKO5
1903-12-11Bob Long20-10-1
Eureka A.C., Baltimore, Maryland, USAWKO1120
referee: Frederick Sweigert
Long was knocked down once in the 2nd and 5th rounds, twice in the 8th, once in the 9th and 10th, twice in the 11th.
1903-10-30Cyclone Kelly14-10-1
State A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAWNWS66
Newspaper decision in favor of Jackson from the Philadelphia Record.
1903-10-27George Cole34-10-7
Southern A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADNWS66
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Item in favor of a draw.
1903-10-03John Wille5-3-2
Chicago, Illinois, USALPTS66
1903-09-07Black Bill9-1-1
National A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
Newspaper decision as reported in the Philadelphia Item. This was a poor fight.
1903-06-18Joe Walcott80-11-12
Balanee Box, Portland, Oregon, USADPTS2020
referee: Jim Neil
World Welterweight Title
1903-05-21Tom Riley
Seattle, Washington, USAWKO2
1903-02-09Larry Temple6-1-0
Health & Physical Culture A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USALNWS1010
"In this match A. Hereford, manager for Jackson, insisted that if both men were on their feet at the end, a draw must be given. Accordingly the referee announced a draw. Temple gave Jackson stiff punishment, knocking him down in the third round and constantly jarring him woth body blows. Jackson saved himself repeatedly by clinching." (Durango Democrat)
1903-02-06George Cole33-9-6
Ariel A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Item favored Cole.
1903-01-19Charlie Haghey6-1-4
Criterion A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS1212
1903-01-16Al Weinig22-14-3
Ariel A.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
According the Philadelphia Item Weinig won the newspaper decision.
1902-12-22Charlie O'Rourke6-1-6
Cambridge Athletic Club, Boston, Massachusetts, USADPTS66
Some sources say this bout was held in Cambridge, MA
1902-11-27Jack Twin Sullivan17-2-14
Lenox A.C., Boston, Massachusetts, USANCNC56
referee: Dan Donnelly
The referee chased the fighters from the ring in the fifth round, owing to the demonstrations from the audience, which was dissatisfied with the showing of the men. Sullivan was inclined to hug Jackson, and the latter was unable to put Sullivan out, although he watched for an opening. Brooklyn Daily Eagle
1902-10-24Charlie Haghey6-1-3
Germania Maennerchor Hall, Baltimore, Maryland, USADPTS1515
referee: George Mantz
1902-10-03John Wille4-1-2
Brand's Hall, Chicago, Illinois, USALPTS66
referee: Malachy Hogan
1902-09-26Al Neill16-3-8
Woodward's Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USALPTS2020
referee: Eddie Graney
1902-09-03Morgan Williams5-1-2
Oakland, California, USALDQ15
1902-08-28Tim Draffin Murphy17-15-1
Stockton, California, USAWTKO515
The police stopped the bout after Murphy reportedly was "outclassed," sustained a broken right hand, and injured his left knee. The Los Angeles Times
1902-07-22Mike Donovan42-5-23
Hazard's Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USAWPTS2020
Donovan avoided a KO by one count in the 18th round and was barely hanging on at the end of the bout. Brooklyn Eagle
1902-06-18Bob Long19-8-1
Convention Hall, Kansas City, Missouri, USAWTKO1620
1902-05-23Harry Walsh3-3-1
Ford Opera House, Baltimore, Maryland, USAWTKO10
referee: George Mantz
1902-04-28Philadelphia Jack O'Brien48-2-9
Washington S.C., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USALNWS66
"In the matter of hitting Jackson had a little the better of it, there being more power behind his blows. He, however, failed to land on a vital spot and O'Brien's cleverness more than offset the heavy punches of his adversary." (Durango Democrat)
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