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Tommy Shortell

role Judge
global ID 402189
nationality
USA
residence
New York, USA

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Record as a Judge

 1 2 3 >  51 bouts
date boxer lbs result opponent lbs location
1952-12-01
Roland LaStarza189¼W Rocky Jones178
Eastern Parkway Arena, Brooklyn, New York
UD10/10
W
 UD  10/10  
referee: Ray Miller  7-2   judges: Tommy Shortell 9-1, Bert Grant 7-3
LaStarza was knocked down in the 2nd, Jones was down in the 3rd
1951-03-02
Bob Murphy172L Harry Matthews174¼
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
UD10/10
L
 UD  10/10  
referee: Barney Felix  2-7   judges: Joe Agnello 2-8, Tommy Shortell 3-6
1948-05-28
Rocky Castellani155¼W Harold Green159½
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
SD10/10
W
 SD  10/10  
referee: Eddie Joseph  7-3   judges: Tommy Shortell 5-4, Jack O'Sullivan 4-5
Castellani was floored for an 8-count in round two and Green was down for a 9-count in round six.
1948-02-09
Sandy Saddler129¼W Joey Angelo134¼
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York
UD10/10
W
 UD  10/10  
referee: Harry Ebbets    judges: Sam CohenTommy Shortell
1945-10-05
Johnny Green144¾L Jimmy Doyle148
St. Nicholas Arena, New York, New York
UD10/10
L
 UD  10/10  
referee: Barney Felix  2-8   judges: Tommy Shortell 2-8, Marty Monroe 1-9
1940-02-09
Joe Louis203W Arturo Godoy202
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
SD15/15
W
 SD  15/15  
referee: Arthur Donovan  10-5   judges: Tommy Shortell 5-10, George LeCron 10-4
World Heavyweight Title
"Louis won sloppily against a bruising, mauling and rushing fighter who knew no fear or retreat." The New York Times
The only rounds in which the three agreed were the 3rd, 8th (both to Godoy) and the 14th (Louis). Lecron had it 10-4-1 in rounds for Louis. Godoy thought he was entitled to a draw but the New York Times reported the decision as "eminently fair" - its reporter giving it 10-5 to Louis, stating that other reporters had a similar result.
1937-03-19
Henry Armstrong126½W Aldo Spoldi135
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
UD10/10
W
 UD  10/10  
referee: Artie McGovern    judges: Tommy ShortellMarty Monroe
1935-10-04
Tony Canzoneri133½W Al Roth133½
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
UD15/15
W
 UD  15/15  
referee: Arthur Donovan    judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
World Lightweight Title
1935-06-25
Hans Kohlhaas197W Billy Juliano171½
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
KO2/4
W
 KO  2/4  
time: 2:52   judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Ralph Vona138W Joey Haas143
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
PTS4/4
W
 PTS  4/4  
judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Nathan Mann173W Al Zappala167½
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
KO3/4
W
 KO  3/4  
time: 0:54   judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Jorge Brescia215½W Andy Wallace196
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
KO2/4
W
 KO  2/4  
time: 1:26   judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Eddie Mader184½W Eddie Houghton179½
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
PTS4/4
W
 PTS  4/4  
judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Red Burman170½W Joe Kaminski168
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
PTS4/4
W
 PTS  4/4  
judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Abe Simon254½W Chris Karchi182½
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
TKO1/4
W
 TKO  1/4  
time: 2:51   referee: Jack Denning    judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
1935-06-25
Buddy Baer239W Frank Wotanski205
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
KO1/6
W
 KO  1/6  
time: 0:54   judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
Wotanski substituted for Big Boy Rawson, who was ordered to withdraw following the weigh-in.
1935-06-25
Joe Louis196W Primo Carnera260½
Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York
TKO6/15
W
 TKO  6/15  
time: 2:32   referee: Arthur Donovan    judges: Charley LynchTommy Shortell
Carnera visited the canvas three times before becoming "utterly helpless, clinging to the top rope" when the bout was stopped. The New York Times.Attendance 60,000.
1934-04-04
Danny Levine144W Bobby Bruno146
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York
DQ1/6
W
 DQ  1/6  
referee: Danny Ridge    judges: Joe AgnelloTommy Shortell
Bruno was disqualified for hitting after the bell.
1931-04-07
Solly Schwartz144W Andy Saviola138½
Broadway Arena, Brooklyn, New York
PTS10/10
W
 PTS  10/10  
referee: Young Otto    judges: Tommy ShortellCharles F. Mathison
1931-02-06
Tommy Loughran183W Max Baer200½
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
UD10/10
W
 UD  10/10  
referee: Jack Dempsey    judges: Billy JohTommy Shortell
1930-09-22
Joe Conforti125W Jack Thomas128½
New Lenox S.C., New York, New York
PTS6/6
W
 PTS  6/6  
referee: Jack Dorman    judges: Tommy ShortellBilly Joh
1929-01-25
Jack Sharkey193W KO Christner193½
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
MD10/10
W
 MD  10/10  
referee: Jack Dempsey    judges: George KellyTommy Shortell
Gross receipts: $73,609.19
Dempsey & Kelly voted for Sharkey, while Shortell declared the bout a draw.
1928-06-26
Pierre Charles206½W Jack Dorval206
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens, New York
UD10/10
W
 UD  10/10  
referee: Arthur Donovan    judges: Tommy ShortellStuart Douglas
1926-10-15
Vince DundeeL Andy DiVodi
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
PTS6/6
L
 PTS  6/6  
referee: Jack Dorman    judges: Joe AgnelloTommy Shortell
1926-10-15
Joe Dundee144½W Jack Zivic146¾
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
PTS10/10
W
 PTS  10/10  
referee: Jack Dorman    judges: Joe AgnelloTommy Shortell
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