Tony Marullo

46 39 3
29 KOs 8 KOs
Box-pro
division light heavy
status inactive
bouts 89
rounds 679
KOs 32.58%
career 1920-1935
debut 1920-10-25

ID# 011353
sex male
alias Young Marullo
nationality USA
stance orthodox
height 6′ 0″   /   183cm
residence New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
birth place Los Angeles, California, USA

Boxing Pro 89 bouts

datew-l-dlast 6result
1935-04-23 Clyde Chastain 82 22 13
Guest Arena, Houston
L-TKO
1934-05-07 Billy Thomas 34 17 5
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-KO
1933-05-08 Jack Holland 3 0 0
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-PTS
1933-04-10 Billy Shell 22 14 8
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
1931-09-08 Corn Griffin 19 7 1
Doughboy Stadium, Fort Benning
L-PTS
1931-01-01 Owen Phelps 80 13 10
Market Square Garden, Oklahoma City
L-PTS
1930-10-20 Battling Bozo 33 8 8
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
1930-09-08 Bob Tow 17 5 0
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
Tow fought as "Jack Tunney."
1930-07-18 Joe King 13 7 1
Courthouse Arena, New Orleans
W-DQ
ref: Red Dolan
1930-05-26 Jimmy King 33 22 4
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
D-PTS
1930-03-12 Dave McCullough 1 1 0
Ouachita A.C., Monroe
W-KO
1930-02-17 Bill Firpo 0 1 0
Monroe
W-KO
1930-02-07 Tex Leavelle 5 3 1
Monroe
W-TKO
1929-11-12 Jimmy King 31 21 4
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
1929-09-30 Matt Adgie 32 12 3
Arena, Philadelphia
L-TKO
1929-09-03 Tillie Herman 56 67 23
Lee Street Arena, Alexandria
W-RTD
Herman couldn't continue, due to an injured ankle.
1929-04-10 Maxie Pelz 9 7 1
Community Club, Baton Rouge
W-KO
Maxie Pelz posed as "Billy Smith" of New York, as revealed in the April 21, 1929 New Orleans Times-Picayune. Marullo's father-manager Arthur was suspended as a result of this "framing"
1929-02-08 Joe King 8 2 0
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
Billed as for the Southern Light Heavyweight Title, however both fighters were over the weight limit.
1928-08-22 Tuffy Griffiths 38 5 5
Logan Square Baseball Park, Chicago
L-KO
1928-07-06 Charley Belanger 27 7 3
Dreamland Auditorium, San Francisco
L-TKO
1:23    ref: Toby Irwin
1928-06-18 Jimmy Slattery 94 6 0
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo
L-PTS
1928-05-28 Mickey Walker 84 15 2
Olympic Arena, Brooklyn
L-PTS
1928-04-30 Jimmy Slattery 92 6 0
113th Regiment Armory, Newark
L-PTS
1928-04-23 Pete Latzo 87 22 4
St. Nicholas Arena, New York
L-PTS
1928-03-26 Mike McTigue 102 33 10
St. Nicholas Arena, New York
W-PTS
1927-11-28 Leo Lomski 54 5 2
Arena, Philadelphia
L-PTS
1927-11-17 Paul Cavalier 22 4 1
Paterson
L-PTS
1927-10-26 Joe Lohman 53 74 28
108th Field Artillery Armory, Philadelphia
W-PTS
1927-10-03 Benny Ross 40 27 10
Broadway Auditorium, Buffalo
L-MD
1927-08-10 Pat McCarthy 42 18 5
Nutmeg Stadium, New Haven
W-PTS
1927-07-26 Maxie Rosenbloom 57 13 7
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens
L-PTS
1927-07-20 Tommy Loughran 75 15 7
Queensboro Stadium, Long Island City, Queens
L-PTS
1927-06-24 Yale Okun 37 9 4
Coney Island Stadium, Brooklyn
L-PTS
1927-03-30 Eddie Huffman 21 10 5
108th Field Artillery Armory, Philadelphia
L-PTS
1927-03-23 Tommy West 22 7 1
108th Field Artillery Armory, Philadelphia
W-PTS
1927-02-25 Young Fisher 63 71 21
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-PTS
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid). This was the main event on the first New Orleans boxing program to be held in nearly four months.
1927-01-10 Tommy Loughran 70 15 7
Arena, Philadelphia
L-UD
1926-10-11 Matt Adgie 13 1 2
Arena, Philadelphia
W-PTS
1926-05-21 Frank Moody 107 46 12
Arena, Syracuse
L-KO
1926-05-03 Martin Burke 44 23 7
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
Southern (US) Light heavyweight title
1926-04-12 Ad Stone 51 4 2
Arena, Philadelphia
W-TKO
1926-04-05 Walter Ross 2 4 0
Lee Street Arena, Alexandria
W-KO
ref: Ben Levy
1926-03-29 Big Boy Peterson 15 3 1
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-DQ

1925-11-27 Bob Sage 29 10 2
Elks Auditorium, Detroit
W-PTS
Marullo won the judges' decision. (Masnfield News)
1925-11-13 Harry Greb 252 15 18
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
1925-10-13 Harry Greb 251 15 18
Motor Square Garden, Pittsburgh
L-PTS
1925-09-11 Tommy Loughran 51 14 7
Yankee Stadium, Bronx
L-UD
1925-08-22 Mike McTigue 92 28 9
Coney Island Stadium, Brooklyn
L-UD
1925-08-03 Jeff Smith 136 28 5
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-KO
1925-07-13 Paul Berlenbach 26 1 2
Dreamland Park, Newark
NC-NC
0:53    ref: Harry Lewis
World Light Heavyweight Title
No decision bout. Both men were disqualified for not trying
1925-06-16 Johnny Klesch 30 23 6
Coney Island Stadium, Brooklyn
W-TKO
Marullo "badly punished" Klesch. (Nevada State Journal)
1925-05-30 Jack Delaney 48 6 1
Yankee Stadium, Bronx
L-UD
1925-01-30 Paul Berlenbach 22 1 2
Madison Square Garden, New York
L-UD
Attendance: 9, 063; Gate: $32, 919
Berlenbach, forcing the fighting every inch of the way, pounded his way to the honors for seven of the twelve rounds, and several times had Marullo on the verge of a knockout. New York Times
1924-11-14 Battling Siki 59 19 3
Madison Square Garden, New York
W-PTS
1924-10-03 Billy Britton 27 8 10
Madison Square Garden, New York
W-PTS
1924-09-11 Jeff Smith 131 27 4
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
1924-08-01 Bryan Downey 82 27 16
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-RTD
1924-05-16 Ray Neuman 6 6 6
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-PTS
1924-04-14 Harry Foley 48 13 17
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1924-03-17 Bob Sage 19 2 0
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
3:00    ref: Tommy Walsh
1924-01-28 Young Denny 47 34 16
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
1923-12-28 Steve Choynski 22 28 3
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
1923-12-03 Soldier Buck 17 13 2
Coliseum Arena, New Orleans
W-KO
1:08    ref: Joe Martin
1923-10-30 Jimmy King 15 12 2
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
1923-07-19 Johnny Shea 10 17 3
Eagles Arena, Baton Rouge
W-KO
1923-07-07 Harry Krohn 31 32 12
Alexandria
W-KO
1923-06-11 Johnny Shea 10 15 3
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-PTS
1923-03-12 Tommy Marvin 2 4 1
W-PTS
This fight did not occur in New Orleans, as previously shown. The best bet would be Shreveport, Louisiana.
1923-01-26 Young Stribling 49 3 10
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
L-TKO
Stribling gave Marullo a solid and blood beating. He was miffed because Marullo claimed that the decision that Stribling got over him in a fight in Havana, 22 November 1922, was a "gift, " and set out to teach Tony who was master. (From the New Orleans Times-Picayune, , Bob Soderman).
1922-11-18 Young Stribling 42 3 10
Fronton Jai-Alai, Havana
L-PTS
1922-09-29 Young Denny 45 33 16
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
L-PTS
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1922-09-04 Billy Conley 6 12 9
City Auditorium, Galveston
L-SD
1922-08-21 Al Munro 11 1 1
Orleans A.C., New Orleans
W-TKO
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1922-07-27 Dummy McKinney 15 10 4
Orleans A.C., New Orleans
W-PTS
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1922-04-27 Ernie Perrin 3 4 0
Orleans A.C., New Orleans
W-KO
1921-10-28 Russell Maneri 6 5 0
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
L-PTS
Reported in the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1921-06-17 George Shade 27 20 16
Arena, Rockaway Beach, Queens
L-TKO
1921-04-15 Young Wallace 25 15 4
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
W-KO
1921-03-28 Young Wallace 24 14 4
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
W-PTS
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid). Marullo had a big weight advantage.
1921-03-18 Jack London debut
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
W-TKO
1921-03-09 Harry Boden 1 0 0
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
W-KO
1921-02-28 Red Shannon 11 13 0
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
D-PTS
1921-02-25 Jack Scott debut
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
W-TKO
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1921-02-14 Dick Adams debut
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
D-PTS
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1921-01-17 Frankie Corrigan debut
Louisiana Auditorium, New Orleans
L-PTS
1920-12-10 Red Hill 2 0 0
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
L-PTS
1920-12-08 Red Hill 1 0 0
Pilsbury Winter Gardens, New Orleans
L-TKO
1920-11-05 Kid Watkins 0 1 0
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
1920-10-25 Kid Ketchell debut
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-KO
This was the professional debut of Tony Marullo.