Canadian Boxing Federation Bantamweight Title Fights

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Bantamweight title fights as recognized by the Canadian Boxing Federation.

  • The maximum weight for this division is 118 pounds (53.5 kg or 8 stone 6 lbs).
  • One of the traditional eight divisions.

RELATED LINK: Canadian Boxing Federation Bantamweight Champion

No.
Date
Boxer
Result
Boxer
Defenses
Location
1 1907 Apr 1 Alf Lynch PTS 15 Billy Allen Inaugural Montreal, Quebec, CAN
2 1913 Mar 13 Kid Haynes TKO 10 Mac Taylor Vacant Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CAN
3 1920 Feb 10 Bobby Eber KO 8 Percy Buzza Vacant Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
4 1922 Jul 12 Bobby Eber PTS 10 Eddie Pinchot 1 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
5 1922 Sep 6 Bobby Eber PTS 10 Sonny Smith 2 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
6 1922 Sep 20 Bobby Eber PTS 12 Sonny Smith 3 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
7 1923 Oct 1 Bobby Eber MD 10 Young Mack 4 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
8 1924 Feb 13 Young Mack KO 7 Ralph McNaughton Vacant Montreal, Quebec, CAN
9 1924 Oct 10 Howard Mayberry PTS 10 Bobby Eber Vacant Toronto, Ontario, CAN
10 1924 Dec 8 Vic Foley KO 3 Howard Mayberry - Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN
11 1925 Feb 9 Vic Foley PTS 10 Jackie Johnston 1 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
12 1925 Mar 2 Vic Foley SD 10 Howard Mayberry 2 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
13 1925 Aug 14 Vic Foley PTS 15 Jackie Lewis 3 Regina, Saskatchewan, CAN
14 1925 Sep 18 Vic Foley TKO 7 Billy Mascott 4 Victoria, British Columbia, CAN
15 1925 Dec 11 Bobby Eber (2) PTS 10 Vic Foley - Toronto, Ontario, CAN
16 1926 Sep 3 Jackie Johnston PTS 10 Vic Foley Vacant1 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
17 1930 Feb 6 Joe Villeneuve PTS 10 Jackie Johnston 12 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
18 1930 Jun 2 Joe Villeneuve PTS 10 Bobby Leitham 2 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
19 1931 May 18 Art Giroux KO 7 Joe Villeneuve - Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
20 1931 Oct 27 Bobby Leitham DQ 6 Art Giroux - Montreal, Quebec, CAN
21 1932 Jun 16 Bobby Leitham TKO 7 Art Giroux 1 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
22 1934 Nov 8 Frankie Martin MD 10 Horace (Lefty) Gwynne Vacant Montreal, Quebec, CAN
23 1934 Nov 28 Frankie Martin PTS 10 Horace (Lefty) Gwynne 1 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
24 1935 Oct 2 Frankie Martin PTS 12 Harry Gerson 2 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
25 1937 Jun 14 Baby Yack SD 10 Frankie Martin - Toronto, Ontario, CAN
26 1937 Jul 6 Baby Yack PTS 10 Angelo Callura 1 Hamilton, Ontario, CAN
27 1937 Jul 26 Baby Yack UD 10 Frankie Martin 2 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
28 1938 Feb 28 Baby Yack PTS 10 Spider Armstrong 3 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
29 1938 Nov 7 Johnny Gaudes PTS 10 Baby Yack - Toronto, Ontario, CAN
30 1939 Jan 30 Horace (Lefty) Gwynne PTS 10 Johnny Gaudes - Toronto, Ontario, CAN
31 1941 Jan 27 Eddie Petrin KO 5 Alex McCullough Vacant Toronto, Ontario, CAN
32 1941 Jun 24 Eddie Petrin UD 10 Nelson Broadhead 1 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
33 1946 Aug 26 Fernando Gagnon KO 5 Eddie Petrin - Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
34 1947 Nov 18 Fernando Gagnon PTS 12 Eddie Bolduc 1 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
35 1948 May 18 Fernando Gagnon PTS 12 Frankie Pucci 2 Montreal, Quebec, CAN
36 1949 Aug 22 Fernando Gagnon PTS 12 Jackie Turner 3 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
37 1951 Jun 5 Fernando Gagnon KO 4 Claude Meunier 4 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
38 1953 Jul 1 Fernando Gagnon KO 8 Stan Almond 5 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
39 1954 Feb 1 Fernando Gagnon KO 5 Joe Edwards 6 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
40 1954 Nov 22 Fernando Gagnon KO 2 Claude Doucette 7 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
41 1955 Nov 28 Fernando Gagnon PTS 12 Gerry Simpson 8 Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
42 1956 May 28 Pat Supple KO 9 Gil Geekie Vacant Quebec City, Quebec, CAN
43 1959 Nov 2 Johnny Devison PTS 12 Marcel Gendron Vacant Montreal, Quebec, CAN
44 1960 Oct 28 Marcel Gendron KO 7 Johnny Devison - Sydney, Nova Scotia, CAN
45 1964 Oct 30 Jackie Burke MD 12 Johnny Devison Vacant New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, CAN
46 1965 Oct 17 Jackie Burke PTS 12 Jo Jo Jackson 1 Saint John, New Brunswick, CAN
47 1970 Sep 19 Jackie Burke MD 12 Art Hafey 2 New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada
48 2008 Mar 20 Andrew Kooner TKO 8 Jason Hayward Vacant Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada


1 - The Canadian Champ, Bobby Ebber, had refused to meet either Foley or Johnston. The Canadian Boxing Federation therefore stripped Ebber from his title, and promised the title to the winner of the fight between Foley and Johnston. However, Foley could not make weight and the CBF awarded Johnston the title notwithstanding the result of the fight, which was a draw.
2 - Villeneuve had previously been named Canadian champion in October 1928 without winning the title in the ring. The champion at the time was Jackie Johnston, but he had put on so much weight since winning the title that the board of the Canadian Boxing Federation did not think he could compete at Bantamweight any longer. Instead of declaring the title vacant, Villeneuve, the #1 contender at the time, was simply installed as the new champion.