Billy Peacock

43 34 1
19 KOs 9 KOs
division bantam
status inactive
bouts 78
rounds 596
KOs 24.36%
career 1951-1961
debut 1951-10-25

ID# 011569
birth name William Peacock
sex male
alias Sweet Pea
nationality USA
stance orthodox
height 5′ 4″   /   163cm
residence Los Angeles, California, USA
birth place Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Boxing Pro 78 bouts

datew-l-dlast 6result
1961-02-04 Ignacio Pina 19 6 1
Culiacan
L-KO
Pina dropped Peacock three times.
1960-12-16 Eder Jofre 35 0 3
Ginásio Estadual do Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo
L-KO
Peacock down twice in the 2nd round.
1960-10-08 Felix Cervantes 20 4 1
Guaymas
L-KO
Peacock was down twice.
1960-05-30 Ramon Arias 17 6 1
Nuevo Circo, Caracas
L-SD
1960-04-16 Ricardo Lara 9 0 1
County Coliseum, El Paso
L-TKO
1960-03-14 Mario Macias 23 11 5
National Guard Armory, Reno
L-UD
ref: Jimmy Olivas 47-49    45-49    45-49
1960-03-01 Manny Elias 14 7 0
Madison Square Garden, Phoenix
L-UD
1959-12-29 Benny Casing 13 0 1
Memorial Civic Auditorium, Stockton
L-UD
ref: Jack Silver 93-98   Mario Duccini 94-99   Art Williams 92-99
1959-04-20 Jose Becerra 56 4 3
Tijuana
L-KO
1959-02-21 Felix Cervantes 9 3 1
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
L-UD
ref: John Thomas 94-99   Reggie Gilmore 92-100   Joey Olmos 92-100
1958-12-13 Battling Torres 19 0 0
Monterrey
L-TKO
Peacock was floored three times.Ring March 1959 p57
1958-11-20 Kildo Martinez 6 21 6
Ciudad Obregon
L-PTS
1958-11-01 Alfredo Escobar 16 1 1
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
L-UD
ref: Lee Grossman 92-98   Russ Bradford 94-98   Tommy Hart 95-96
1958-09-29 Kid Irapuato 11 2 1
Tijuana
L-SD
1958-07-02 Peter Keenan 52 8 1
Cathkin Park, Glasgow
L-PTS
Peacock was knocked down in the 6th round.
1958-06-07 Boots Monroe 16 2 0
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
L-UD
ref: Jimmy Wilson 112-118   Jack McDonald 113-117   John Thomas 109-118

1958-05-10 Herman Marques 5 1 0
Coliseum, San Diego
L-PTS
ref: Frank Rustich 93-99
1958-04-01 Toluco Lopez 45 7 0
Wrigley Field, Los Angeles
L-TKO
2:41    ref: Mushy Callahan 85-97
Lopez was knocked down once in the 2nd, Peacock was knocked down twice in the 3rd.
1958-02-12 Gaetano Annaloro 27 26 10
Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque
W-UD
ref: Marshall Leach 100-84   JS Shelley 100-92   IM Vigil 100-88
1958-01-24 Panchito Gonzalez 3 1 1
Coliseum, San Diego
W-KO
2:39    ref: Frank Rustich
1958-01-18 Ross Padilla 11 4 2
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
W-UD
ref: Lee Grossman 117-113   Reggie Gilmore 119-111   Tommy Hart 118-109

1958-01-03 Jorge Herrera 39 35 5
Coliseum, San Diego
W-KO
1957-12-14 Leroy 'Casey' Jones 25 14 6
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
W-TKO
Jones was knocked down once in the 3rd and 4th round.
1957-12-07 Frankie Campos 16 7 0
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
W-TKO
2:36    ref: Jimmy Wilson 68-63

A cut over Campos's right eye, led to the stoppage.
1957-10-14 Danny Kid 21 12 6
Honolulu Stadium, Honolulu
L-SD
ref: Walter Cho 45-47   Louis Freitas 46-44   Alex Long 45-48
1957-08-26 Toluco Lopez 36 7 0
Tijuana
L-UD
1957-08-10 Sonny Leon 52 8 5
National Stadium, Caracas
L-PTS
1957-07-27 Noel Humphreys 21 8 4
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
L-UD
ref: Tommy Hart 95-96   Reggie Gilmore 95-96   Charley Randolph 94-96
1957-03-26 Kid Anahuac 32 9 4
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
L-UD
ref: Mushy Callahan 89-97   Tommy Herman 89-97   George Latka 89-97
Peacock was knocked down for a nine-count in the 6th round.
1957-02-21 Rudy Garcia 35 11 1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Dynamite Jackson 98-93   Reggie Gilmore 98-93   Frankie Van 99-95
1957-01-10 Larry Bataan 25 5 4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
D-SD
ref: Mushy Callahan 95-96   Tommy Hart 94-94   Jimmy Wilson 96-94
1956-10-30 Rudy Garcia 34 10 1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-TKO
2:38    ref: Mushy Callahan 45-46   Jack McDonald 47-47   Frankie Van 46-49
1956-09-30 Fili Nava 34 12 3
Arena Mexico, Mexico City
L-PTS
1956-08-14 Toluco Lopez 27 4 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Abe Roth 100-90   Dynamite Jackson 99-89   Jack McDonald 97-91
Peacock landed smashing rights to Lopez's jaw but could not floor the tough Mexican, although winning decisively.
1956-06-08 Kildo Martinez 3 6 5
Mexicali
W-KO
1956-05-25 Memo Sanchez 17 15 0
Mexicali
W-KO
1956-04-26 Nate Brooks 10 6 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-KO
2:30    ref: Jimmy Wilson
Brooks was knocked down twice.
1956-03-16 Alphonse Halimi 10 0 0
Palais des Sports, Paris
L-PTS

1956-03-01 Pimi Barajas 6 1 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-TKO
1:45    ref: Lee Grossman
Barajas was knocked down five times.
1956-02-16 Joey Benson 4 4 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-MD
ref: Dynamite Jackson 56-54   Tommy Herman 55-55   Jimmy Wilson 58-52
1955-10-17 Chamroen Songkitrat 7 4 2
Bangkok
W-TKO
The fight was stopped midway through the ninth round. Songkitrat was down in the seventh round and suffered a broken nose.
1955-09-20 Vic Eisen 23 11 3
Sam Lynn Ballpark, Bakersfield
W-TKO
1:23    ref: Jimmy Wilson
1955-07-21 Oscar Torres 20 28 3
Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio
W-UD
1955-06-28 Alex Fimbres 34 28 5
Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston
W-KO
1:27    ref: Joe Louis
1955-06-15 Raul Macias 19 0 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-KO
2:29    ref: Mushy Callahan
Macias suffered a broken jaw when he was knocked out. It was a complete reversal of form from their first fight.
1955-02-17 Alex Santoy 10 5 2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-TKO
2:09    ref: Russ Bradford
1955-01-08 Keeny Teran 21 2 1
Legion Stadium, Hollywood
W-TKO
1:19    ref: Dynamite Jackson
Teran was down once in the 5th and 6th round.
1954-12-10 Mario D'Agata 28 4 2
West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne
L-PTS
1954-11-29 Pierre Cossemyns 27 1 2
Sydney Stadium, Sydney
W-PTS
1954-10-29 Bobby Sinn 28 5 4
West Melbourne Stadium, Melbourne
L-PTS
1954-10-18 Pierre Cossemyns 27 0 2
Sydney Stadium, Sydney
W-PTS
1954-07-04 Fili Nava 24 9 3
Tijuana
L-UD
This bout does not appear on either boxers record in Ring Record Books. Source: United Press Report in New York Times.
1954-03-13 Raul Macias 12 0 0
Arena Coliseo, Mexico City
L-TKO
1954-02-08 Nate Brooks 7 1 0
Eastern Parkway Arena, Brooklyn
L-TKO
3:00    ref: Petey Scalzo
North American Bantamweight Title
Peacock was knocked down twice in the 8th. Scalzo stopped the bout at the end of the round, on advice from the ringside physician
1954-01-19 Al Cruz 22 3 1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
L-UD
ref: Charley Randolph 52-58   Tommy Hart 50½-59½   Joe Stone 49½-60½
Cruz scored a knockdown an 8-count knockdown in the ninth round.
1953-12-22 Jesse Mongia 23 5 0
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-TKO
1:59    ref: Frankie Van   Tommy Hart   Jimmy Wilson
1953-11-23 Oscar Torres 18 21 2
Arena, South Gate
W-UD
1953-11-05 Johnny Ortega 20 5 3
Auditorium, Oakland
W-RTD
North American Bantamweight Title
1953-08-17 Pappy Gault 55 6 1
Eastern Parkway Arena, Brooklyn
W-SD
ref: Petey Scalzo 7-4   Artie Aidala 7-5   Charley Shortell 5-6
North American Bantamweight Title
1953-07-07 Javier Gutierrez 22 17 4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
L-UD
ref: Frankie Van 65-67   Reggie Gilmore 65½-66½   Tommy Hart 65-67

It was an exciting fight and the audience responded by raining coins on the ring at the end. Gutierrez won by his aggressiveness.
1953-06-09 Javier Gutierrez 21 17 4
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
L-UD
ref: Abe Roth 54-56   Tommy Hart 54½-55½   Frankie Van 54½-55½
1953-05-12 Oscar Torres 17 18 2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Mushy Callahan 70-62   Tommy Hart 70½-61½   Joe Stone 69-63

1953-04-07 Oscar Torres 17 17 2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-TKO

The fight lasted two exciting rounds before it had to be stopped because of a severe cut left eye suffered by Torres.
1953-03-03 Mario Macias 17 1 5
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Abe Roth 60-50   Reggie Gilmore 58½-51½   Dynamite Jackson 63½-46½
1953-02-03 Tommy Umeda 32 26 9
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Mushy Callahan 59-51   Reggie Gilmore 61-49   Lee Grossman 59-51
1953-01-13 Tommy Umeda 32 25 9
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
ref: Reggie Gilmore 57½-52½   Mushy Callahan 57-53   Dynamite Jackson 59-51
Peacock was knocked down at the end of the 5th round, Peacock was a substitute for Keeny Teran.
1953-01-06 Bobby Garza 32 28 18
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
1952-12-09 Celso Hidalgo 4 7 2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
1952-11-25 Celso Hidalgo 4 6 2
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-SD
1952-10-07 Alex Fimbres 30 18 3
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-UD
1952-09-30 Jose Luis Cotero 3 1 1
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-PTS
1952-09-22 Lorenzo Arana 4 9 2
Strelich Stadium, Bakersfield
W-PTS
1952-09-16 Billy Evans 13 11 7
Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles
W-PTS
1952-03-08 Billy Dunn 0 1 0
Cambria A.C., Philadelphia
W-PTS
1951-11-29 Howard Curry 0 2 0
Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia
L-PTS
1951-11-17 Pinky Davis 2 0 0
Cambria A.C., Philadelphia
W-PTS
1951-10-25 Howard Curry debut
Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia
W-PTS
1951-10-13 Billy Dunn debut
Cambria A.C., Philadelphia
W-TKO