National Boxing Association's Quarterly Ratings: 1932

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Announced March 26, 1932:

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Max Schmeling, Champion

  1. Jack Sharkey
  2. Ernie Schaaf
  3. Primo Carnera
  4. Mickey Walker
  5. Max Baer
  6. King Levinsky
  7. Young Stribling
  8. Steve Hamas
  9. Tuffy Griffiths
  10. Paulino Uzcudun

George Nichols, Champion

  1. Maxie Rosenbloom
  2. Adolf Heuser
  3. Primo Carnera
  4. Dave Maier
  5. Billy Jones
  6. Bob Godwin
  7. George Manley
  8. Joe Knight
  9. Harry Smith
  10. Lou Scozza

Gorilla Jones, Champion

  1. Dave Shade
  2. Marcel Thil
  3. Vince Dundee
  4. Ben Jeby
  5. Angel Cliville
  6. Frankie O'Brien
  7. Jack Hood
  8. Len Harvey
  9. Henry Firpo
  10. Frank Battaglia
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Jackie Fields, Champion

  1. Lou Brouillard
  2. Young Corbett III
  3. Jimmy McLarnin
  4. Baby Joe Gans
  5. Johnny Indrisano
  6. Roy Smith
  7. King Tut
  8. Eddie Ran
  9. Andy Callahan
  10. Jackie Brady

Johnny Jadick, Champion

  1. Billy Petrolle
  2. Jackie (Kid) Berg
  3. Tony Herrera
  4. Manuel Quintero
  5. Eddie (Kid) Wolfe
  6. Jimmy Hill
  7. Joey Goodman
  8. Billy Wallace
  9. Ralph Lenny
  10. Steve Halaiko

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Al Foreman
  2. Tony Herrera
  3. Battling Battalino
  4. Sammy Fuller
  5. Harry Dublinsky
  6. Ray Miller
  7. Pietro Locatello
  8. Louis (Kid) Kaplan
  9. Wesley Ramey
  10. Al Singer
Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Kid Chocolate, Champion

  1. Eddie Shea
  2. Benny Bass
  3. Al Foreman
  4. Fidel LaBarba
  5. Lew Massey
  6. Maurice Holtzer
  7. Roger Bernard
  8. Joe Ghnouly
  9. Tracy Cox
  10. Davey Abad
Title Vacant
  1. Freddie Miller
  2. Baby Arizmendi
  3. Lew Feldman
  4. Pete Sarron
  5. Nel Tarleton
  6. Jose Girones
  7. Tommy Paul
  8. Bushy Graham
  9. Kid Francis
  10. Johnny Pena

Panama Al Brown, Champion

  1. Pete Sanstol
  2. Dick Corbett
  3. Young Tommy
  4. Speedy Dado
  5. Newsboy Brown
  6. Eugene Huat
  7. Vidal Gregorio
  8. Mose Butch
  9. Jimmy Thomas
  10. Wee Willie Davies

Victor (Young) Perez, Champion

  1. Jackie Brown
  2. Midget Wolgast
  3. Little Pancho
  4. Mariano Arilla
  5. Valentin Angelmann
  6. Johnny Goodrich
  7. Happy Atherton
  8. Bob Omar
  9. Chris Pineda
  10. Babe Triscaro

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References

  • Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Calif.: March 27, 1932. p. E1
  • San Jose News [1]