John Daley (born: August 16, 1909 in Newton, Massachussets; died: February 7, 1963 in El Paso, Texas) was an American boxer, who was the bantamweight representative for the United States at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympic games, winning a silver medal. His results were:
- Defeated Ingvald Bjerke (Norway) points
- Defeated Osvaldo Sánchez (Chile) points
- Defeated Harry Isaacs (South Africa) points
- Lost to Vittorio Tamagnini (Italy) points
Daley also won the National AAU bantamweight title in 1928. After a brief pro career, he became a stock and bond broker.