Jack McAuliffe

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Jack McAuliffe
Class of 1995
Old Timer Category
Hall of Fame bio:click

Name: Jack McAuliffe
Alias: The Napoleon of The Prize Ring
Born: 1866-03-24
Birthplace: Cork, Ireland
Died: 1937-11-04 (Age:71)
Hometown: Williamsburg, New York, USA
Height: 5′ 6″   /   168cm
Boxing Record: click

  • Died in New York City of a reported "throat ailment." Buried in Albany, New York.
  • Cyber Boxing Zone Journal Article


Amateur bouts:
1884-07-01 Bob Mace (New York, NY, USA) W-PTS3
unconfirmed

1884-08-04 Mike Leary (Billy Madden's Athletic Hall, New York, NY, USA) W-PTS4
~ referee: Billy Madden ~
This bout was part of Billy Madden's amateur lightweight (under 140 pounds) championship.
The referee was unable to decide the winner after 3 rounds had been fought and ordered a fourth, then a fifth, when Leary refused to go on. (NY Herald, NY Times)

1884-08-04 J.J. McGinty (Billy Madden's Athletic Hall, New York, NY, USA) L-PTS3
~ referee: Billy Madden ~
Semi-final of Billy Madden's amateur lightweight (under 140 pounds) championship.

1884-10-19 Jake Karcher (148lb) (Brooklyn, NY, USA) W-KO17
(1:08:00) This was a finish fight under Queensberry rules
unconfirmed

1884-12-17 Jim Patterson (Brooklyn, NY, USA) W-TKO2
unconfirmed

1885-03-25 John Ellingsworth (New York A.C., New York, NY, USA) W-PTS3
First bout of the tournament for amateur boxing championship of America at lightweight division.

1885-03-28 John H. Sperry (Tammany Hall, New York, NY, USA) W-PTS3
Semi-final bout of the tournament for amateur boxing championship of America at lightweight division.

1885-03-28 William Ellingsworth (Tammany Hall, New York, NY, USA) W-PTS3
Final bout of the tournament for amateur boxing championship of America at lightweight division.