Canadian Boxing Federation Featherweight Champion

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Featherweight champion as recognized by the Canadian Boxing Federation.

  • The maximum weight for this division is 126 pounds (57.2 kg or 9 stone).
  • One of the traditional eight divisions.

RELATED LINK: Canadian Boxing Federation Featherweight Title Fights

No.
Champion
Reign Began Reign Ended
Defenses
1 Eddie Connolly 1894 Apr 3 1897 Apr 30V 0
2 Billy Allen 1908 Mar 5 1911 Oct 22V 1
3 Frankie Fleming 1914 Jan 24 1922 Apr 22V 3
4 Charlie Patton1 1914 Apr 27 1915 Jan 8V 0
5 Carl Tremaine 1921 May 10 1922 Mar 13R 0
6 Frankie Fleming (2) 1921 May 27 1922 V 0
7 Ludger Kid Dube 1922 Apr 22 1923 May 4V 0
8 Leo (Kid) Roy 1923 May 4 1923 Sept 21 1
9 Curly Wilshur 1923 Sept 21 1923 Nov 2 0
10 Benny Gould 1923 Nov 2 1924 Mar 25 0
11 Leo (Kid) Roy (2) 1924 Mar 25 1930 Nov 4R 8
12 Bob Laurence 1933 May 10 1933 Nov 27 0
13 Ray Cook 1933 Nov 27 1935 Nov 13V 0
14 Jackie Callura 1938 Mar 7 1939 Apr 27V 0
15 Gus Mell 1944 Jun 13 1945 Apr 13S 0
16 Al Slater 1947 Feb 26 1947 May 14S 0
17 Hubert Gagnier 1947 May 14 1947 Dec 17S 0
18 Al Slater (2) 1947 Dec 17 1948 Feb 2S 0
19 Fernando Gagnon 1948 Feb 2 1948 Jul 6 1
20 Jean Richard 1948 Jul 6 1949 Jan 12V 0
21 Frankie Almond 1950 Jun 5 1952 Jun 16R 0
22 Gaby Paliotti 1955 Jun 14 1958 Apr 28 1
23 Gerry Simpson 1958 Apr 28 1959 May 18 0
24 Dave Hilton Sr. 1959 May 18 1961 Jul 18V 1
25 Andre Milette 1961 Jul 18 1962 Feb 20 0
26 Marcel Gendron 1962 Feb 20 1962 Jun 6S 0
27 Dave Hilton Sr. (2) 1962 Aug 25 1963 Mar 24R 0
28 Billy McGrandle 1966 Jun 6 1968 Aug 5S 3
29 Rocky MacDougall 1969 Sept 17 1971 Sept 15R 1
30 Tony Salvatore 1983 Apr 26 1983 Nov 25R 0
31 Tony Pep 1985 Apr 10 1988 Mar 12V 3
32 Barrington Francis 1988 Apr 11 1990 Oct 22V 2
33 Vittorio Salvatore 1992 Jul 8 1994 Jul 13 2
34 Barrington Francis (2) 1994 Jul 13 1995 Dec 14V 0
35 Jason Adams 2004 Nov 12 2006 Apr 13 0
36 Olivier Lontchi 2006 Apr 13 2009 Jul 16V 1


R - Retired S - Stripped V - Vacated

Notes

1 - Patton was universally recognized as the Western Canadian Champion at the time. He also made claim to the Canadian title and was supported in that bid by the provincial commissions in Western Canada. Simultaneously, the Eastern commissions recognized Frankie Fleming as the champion. When the Canadian Boxing Federation was created in 1925 and recognized previously Canadian champions, it recognized both Patton and Fleming as simultaneous champions.