National Boxing Association's Quarterly Ratings: 1929

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Announced September 16, 1929:
According to The Hartford Courant, "No attempt was made to list the contenders in the order of ability."

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights


  1. Jack Sharkey
  2. Tommy Loughran
  3. Max Schmeling
  4. Ernie Schaaf
  5. Otto von Porat
  6. George Godfrey
  7. Paulino Uzcudun
  8. Vittorio Campolo
  9. Young Stribling
  10. Tuffy Griffith
  11. Phil Scott


  1. Jim Braddock
  2. Leo Lomski
  3. Ace Hudkins
  4. George Courtney
  5. Maxie Rosenbloom
  6. George Manley
  7. Jimmy Slattery

Mickey Walker, Champion
(Stripped of title on Sept. 17)

  1. Ace Hudkins
  2. Rene DeVos
  3. Harry Ebbets
  4. Frankie O'Brien
  5. George Dixon
  6. Dave Shade
  7. Young Johnny Burns
  8. Len Harvey
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Jackie Fields, Champion

  1. Jack Thompson
  2. Young Corbett III
  3. Gorilla Jones
  4. Al Mello
  5. My Sullivan
  6. Billy Angelo
  7. Jack Hood

Mushy Callahan, Champion

  1. Jimmy McLarnin
  2. Stan Loayza
  3. Andy Callahan
  4. Baby Joe Gans
  5. Ruby Goldstein
  6. Jackie (Kid) Berg
  7. Joe Glick

Sammy Mandell, Champion

  1. Tony Canzoneri
  2. Billy Wallace
  3. King Tut
  4. Ray Miller
  5. Louis (Kid) Kaplan
  6. Tommy Grogan
  7. Johnny Jadick
Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Tod Morgan, Champion

  1. Al Singer
  2. Jake Zeramby
  3. Santiago Zorrilla
  4. Ernie Mandell
  5. Harry Blitman
  6. Tony Herrera
  7. Davey Abad
  8. Pete Nebo

Andre Routis, Champion

  1. Kid Chocolate
  2. Eddie Shea
  3. Andy Martin
  4. Earl Mastro
  5. Benny Bass
  6. Fidel LaBarba
  7. Bud Taylor
  8. Bat Battalino
  9. Johnny Cuthbert

Teddy Baldock, Champion

  1. Vidal Gregorio
  2. Archie Bell
  3. Tommy Paul
  4. Emile (Spider) Pladner

Frankie Genaro, Champion

  1. Corporal Izzy Schwartz
  2. Midget Wolgast
  3. Black Bill
  4. Johnny Hill
  5. Frenchy Belanger
  6. Wee Willie Davies


Announced November 25, 1929:

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights
Title Vacant
  1. Jack Sharkey
Title Vacant
  1. Maxie Rosenbloom
Title Vacant
  1. Ace Hudkins
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Jackie Fields, Champion

Mushy Callahan, Champion

Sammy Mandell, Champion

Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Tod Morgan, Champion

Battling Battalino, Champion

Panama Al Brown, Champion

Frankie Genaro, Champion

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References

  • The Hartford Courant. Hartford, Conn.: September 17, 1929. p. E1; September 18, 1929. p. 18
  • The Washington Post. Washington, D.C.: September 17, 1929. p. 17
  • New York Times. New York, N.Y.: September 18, 1929. p. 29; November 26, 1929. p. 38

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