Bobby Waugh

68 22 15
42 KOs 6 KOs
Box-pro
division light
status inactive
bouts 107
rounds 1053
KOs 39.25%
career 1910-1924
debut 1910-11-21

ID# 045500
birth name Thomas Robert Waugh
sex male
nationality USA
height 5′ 5½″   /   166cm
residence San Antonio, Texas, USA
birth place Decatur, Texas, USA

Boxing Pro 173 bouts

datew-l-dlast 6result
1924-07-18 Bernie Irvine 2 1 0
Sims Shell Creek Arena, Shell Creek
L-KO
1:11    ref: Al Venn
(The Tulsa Tribune)
1924-01-26 Duke Tramel 14 1 6
American Legion Arena, Wichita Falls
L-TKO
1923-12-10 Dutch Crozier 23 12 8
Alexandria
L-PTS
1923-11-29 Dick Bell debut
Mobile
W-PTS
1922-11-29 Jimmy Conway 27 29 16
Armory Arena, Miami
NC-ND
1922-10-25 Young Wallace 41 24 10
Armory Arena, Miami
L-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Miami Herald
1922-10-18 Young Wallace 40 24 10
Armory Arena, Miami
L-PTS
Referee decision from the Miami Herald
1922-08-11 Curley Smith 53 16 14
Athletic Park, Muskogee
L-PTS
1922-07-03 Dan Sheehan 2 5 1
Athletic Park, Muskogee
W-KO
1922-06-05 Red Herring 57 12 14
Miller's Theatre, Pine Bluff
L-PTS
Southern Lightweight Title
Referee's decision (Arkansas Democrat).
1922-05-29 Cliff Clark 1 5 1
Pine Bluff
W-KO
1922-05-04 Rem Williams 2 3 1
Pine Bluff
W-KO
(Arkansas Democrat)
1922-04-19 Rem Williams 2 2 1
Stuttgart
W-TKO
(Arkansas Democrat)
1922-02-06 Young Wallace 30 20 8
Pierre Avenue Arena, Shreveport
L-PTS
1922-01-03 Louis Leonard 2 10 4
Beaumont
W-NWS
Waugh won the "newspaper decision." (Dallas Morning News)
1921-12-30 Young Wallace 28 19 8
City Auditorium, Houston
L-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Galveston Daily News
1921-12-05 Young Wallace 27 18 8
Houston
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Galveston Daily News
1921-10-21 Charlie Sullivan 12 3 0
Alexandria
W-KO
1921-08-16 Jack Avalon 1 1 0
Soledad Roof, San Antonio
W-PTS
1921-06-29 Cal Lance 5 1 1
Panther City A.C., Fort Worth
W-NWS
ref: Al Venn
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1921-06-15 Bobby Green 5 6 0
El Dorado
L-NWS
Result in June 18, 1921 Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
1921-03-30 Benny Cordova 9 15 10
Albuquerque
D-PTS
1921-03-11 Mickey Donley 54 31 9
Natatorium, Fort Worth
NC-ND
Winner was not clearly specified (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1921-01-14 George Fox 1 0 1
Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, Fort Worth
W-NWS
Waugh won the newspaper decision (Chicago Tribune).
1920-12-30 Jimmy Hanlon 60 36 19
Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, Fort Worth
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Galveston Daily News
1920-11-15 Young Wallace 19 14 3
Alexandria
D-PTS
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
1920-11-09 Bud Logan 15 5 8
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio
L-PTS
1920-09-06 Freddie Hill 6 4 5
Shreveport
W-TKO
1920-08-19 Bobby Green 4 5 0
Camp Mabry, Austin
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1920-08-13 Billy Kleck 11 4 2
Alexandria
W-PTS
Kleck is billed as the A.E.F. Lightweight Champion (Dallas Morning News).
1920-08-03 Freddie Hill 6 4 4
Shreveport
D-PTS
1920-07-22 Young Wallace 14 13 3
Shreveport
W-KO
1920-07-16 Henry Koster 18 15 5
Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1920-06-21 Young Wallace 14 12 3
Shreveport
W-KO
1920-06-07 Elmer Stultz 5 1 3
Hippodrome Theater, Salt Lake City
L-PTS
1920-05-28 Sailor Blanque 11 0 3
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-PTS
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Waugh won by a big margin.
1920-05-07 Texas Kid debut
Lake Cliff Casino, Dallas
D-NWS
(Dallas Morning News)
1920-04-20 Gene Delmont 46 34 24
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio
L-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Evening News
1920-03-17 Jimmy Hanlon 50 32 18
Fort Worth
L-TKO
ref: Al Venn
1920-03-11 Otto Wallace 71 49 33
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio
L-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Evening News
1920-03-09 Solly Burns 24 7 11
P.S.A.C., Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1920-03-08 Joe Turner 2 1 0
Dallas
W-KO
1920-02-24 Bud Logan 13 3 7
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Evening News
1920-02-20 Ralph DeMott 3 1 2
Dallas
W-PTS
1920-02-05 Arlos Fanning 37 19 10
Beethoven Hall, San Antonio
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Evening News
1920-01-22 Ralph DeMott 3 1 1
Douglas
D-PTS
Tucson Daily Citizen
1919-12-23 Bud Logan 11 3 6
Business Men's A.C., San Antonio
D-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Light
1919-11-15 Caveman Carlson 1 3 0
Safford
W-KO
1919-11-11 Bobby Green 2 2 0
Business Men's A.C., San Antonio
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the San Antonio Evening News
1919-09-12 Young Wallace 9 8 3
Liberty Theater, Fort Worth
W-NWS
Billed as Battling Wallace of New Orleans (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1919-08-27 Harvey Thorpe 39 18 16
Savoy Theater, Fort Worth
D-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1919-08-15 Billy Kleck 9 1 1
Liberty Theater, Fort Worth
W-TKO
1919-07-14 Otto Wallace 66 41 26
Wichita Falls
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1919-05-05 Arlos Fanning 29 13 8
Panther Park, Fort Worth
W-PTS
(The News Scimitar)
1919-04-10 Harvey Thorpe 39 17 15
Rock Island
D-NWS
(Chicago Tribune)
1919-03-28 Young Denny 34 24 10
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1919-03-08 Jimmy Hanlon 46 25 12
Coliseum, Fort Worth
D-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1919-03-03 Jimmy Hanlon 44 25 12
Hot Springs
L-PTS
1919-02-14 Battling Minor 24 19 22
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-TKO
1918-12-31 Eddie Butler 3 6 2
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-TKO
As Red Butler (Dallas Morning News).
1918-12-20 Eddie Butler 3 5 2
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-KO
As Red Butler (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-12-19 Johnny Celmars 29 10 7
Oak Cliff Armory, Dallas
W-NWS
ref: HM Defir
(Dallas Morning News)
1918-12-05 Battling Buxton debut
Oak Cliff Armory, Dallas
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-11-25 Johnny Celmars 28 10 7
Fair Park Coliseum, Dallas
L-KO
1918-09-12 Jerry Dalton 17 13 12
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-TKO
1918-07-21 Morris Lux 5 3 6
Saint Joseph
W-NWS
(Dallas Morning News)
1918-05-20 Arlos Fanning 28 12 8
Convention Hall, Tulsa
W-NWS

Newspaper decision from the Tulsa Daily World
1918-04-26 Harvey Thorpe 30 10 12
Tulsa
W-PTS
1918-04-08 Charley Goldman 88 35 41
Chamber of Commerce Auditorium, Fort Worth
W-DQ
1918-03-15 Johnny Griffiths 49 11 16
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-03-08 Charlie Scully 8 5 2
Auditorium, Des Moines
W-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Des Moines Daily News
Waugh was the Southern Lightweight champion.
1918-02-27 Harvey Thorpe 29 9 11
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-02-20 Otto Wallace 47 30 23
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-02-12 Pete Kid Marlow 2 4 3
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-01-29 Gene Delmont 35 26 18
Fort Worth
D-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-01-21 Otto Wallace 46 30 23
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1918-01-14 Otto Wallace 45 30 23
Deming
L-PTS
1918-01-07 Harvey Thorpe 27 9 10
Business Men's A.C., Fort Worth
D-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1917-12-22 Joe Dale debut
Deming
W-KO
1917-12-17 Harvey Thorpe 24 9 10
Panther City A.C., Fort Worth
L-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1917-12-12 Stripes Fitzpatrick debut
Deming
W-RTD
1917-11-04 Mexican Joe Rivers 39 17 10
Silver City
W-DQ
1917-09-03 Jack Read 37 34 10
Silver City
W-KO
1917-08-24 Arlos Fanning 18 8 8
Tulsa
L-PTS
Referee declared Fanning the winner the it was repudiated by the local boxing commission and the bout was awarded to Waugh (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1917-08-09 Jack Read 37 34 9
Healdton
D-PTS

1917-07-30 Otto Wallace 45 24 23
Tulsa
W-PTS
1917-06-04 Harvey Thorpe 18 9 8
Joplin
D-NWS
As Fighting Thorpe (Chicago Tribune).
1917-05-22 Otto Wallace 43 24 21
Oklahoma City
D-PTS
Ref's decision (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1916-12-18 Otto Wallace 41 22 15
Panther City A.C., Fort Worth
D-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1916-11-27 Patsy Cline 42 3 4
Olympic Coliseum, Columbus
L-NWS
Newspaper decision from the Philadelphia Record.
1916-10-30 Ernest Lucien 12 9 4
Tulane Arena, New Orleans
W-TKO
From the New Orleans Times-Picayune (Jack Kincaid).
1916-10-20 Otto Wallace 38 22 15
Oklahoma City
L-KO
Reported as Waugh's first ko loss in 170 bouts.
1916-09-29 Joe Bertucci debut
Business Mens Gymnasium, Houston
W-KO
1916-09-04 Billy Wilson 4 3 0
Ocean A.C., Galveston
W-NWS
(Dallas Morning News)
1916-08-19 Young Denny 23 17 10
Houston
W-NWS
(Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
1916-08-04 Andy Smith 13 3 13
Panther City A.C., Fort Worth
W-KO
1916-07-19 Battling Sailor
Frank Kirk
13 5 2
Baseball Park, Tulsa
D-PTS
Ref's descision (Fort Worth Star-Telegram).
1916-07-04 Red Henderson 14 1 4
Palace Park, Shreveport
L-DQ
Referee dq'd Waugh for hitting Henderson while he was down.
1916-06-23 Neal Allison 6 5 1
Panther City A.C., Fort Worth
W-KO
1916-05-15 Billy Wagner 34 19 19
Convention Hall, Tulsa
W-NWS
The first and only time that Waugh fought Wagner-Tulsa Democrat had Waugh winning.
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