|1948-09-10||Willie Pep|| |
|1948-08-12||Kid Gavilan|| |
|1948-03-12||Marcel Cerdan|| |
2:31 ref: Arthur Donovan
|1948-02-13||Bernard Docusen|| |
|1948-01-16||Tony Janiro|| |
|1947-11-28||LaVern Roach|| |
Donovan scored the bout 5-5 in rounds, but favored Roach in supplemental scoring.
|1947-10-13||Sandy Saddler|| |
1:06 ref: Arthur Donovan
|1947-09-05||Herbie Kronowitz|| |
Schwartz had the bout even, but favored Kronowitz in supplemental scoring.
|1947-07-30||Larry Fontana|| |
Bout stopped because of a cut over Fontana's left eye.
|1947-07-18||Charley Fusari|| |
Both Donovan and Guilfoyle went to supplemental scoring, having the bout 5-5 in rounds.
|1947-06-13||Tony Pellone|| |
|1947-06-02||Arthur King|| |
|1947-05-16||Cyril Gallie|| |
|1947-05-02||Sonny Horne|| |
|1947-03-07||Herbie Kronowitz|| |
|1947-02-14||Tippy Larkin|| |
|1946-12-30||Billy Arnold|| |
|1946-09-18||Joe Louis|| |
2:09 ref: Arthur Donovan
World Heavyweight Title
Attendance: 38, 494.
A short but thrilling fight as Mauriello drove Louis to the ropes with a smashing right to the jaw early in the first round.
|1946-04-15||Tommy Gomez|| |
2:50 ref: Arthur Donovan
|1946-03-29||Rocky Graziano|| |
Servo was knocked down for counts of "2", "8, " and "7" in the 2nd round.
|1946-02-22||Gus Lesnevich|| |
On the advice of the ring doctor, Referee Arthur Donovan stopped the fight as Lesnevich had suffered a deep cut under his left eye. New York Times Lesnevich was down for no-count in round four.
|1946-01-25||Chalky Wright|| |
|1946-01-04||Beau Jack|| |
|1946-01-04||Burl Charity|| |
2:33 ref: Arthur Donovan
|1945-05-04||Sidney Miller|| |
Bout was stopped on cuts
|1945-05-04||Tony Janiro|| |
|1945-04-06||Tony Janiro|| |
2:33 ref: Arthur Donovan
A cut left eye suffered by Zavala prompted Donovan to stop the bout.
|1945-03-16||Jimmy Bivins|| |
Bettina down for a 1-count in the 5th.
|1945-02-19||Willie Pep|| |
|1945-01-26||Lee Oma|| |
|1945-01-05||Fritzie Zivic|| |
|1944-09-22||Tami Mauriello|| |
Oma was a substitute for Joe Baksi. Mauriello was knocked down in the 2nd round at the bell.
|1944-05-26||Joe Baksi|| |
"At the finish Savold's left eye was cut, his nose and mouth bleeding, and his left side looked like raw hamburger. Baksi's only wound was an oft broken nose which bled all the way." AP
|1944-03-23||Tippy Larkin|| |
|1943-05-21||Beau Jack|| |
Official scorecards: 9-6, 10-5, 10-3-2, all for Montgomery.
|1943-03-12||Jimmy Bivins|| |
Mauriello was dropped for a no-count in round two.
|1943-01-30||Dave Castilloux|| |
Welterweight Title of The Canadian Services
|1942-11-20||Willie Pep|| |
|1942-09-10||Fritzie Zivic|| |
|1942-09-10||Willie Pep|| |
2:07 ref: Arthur Donovan
Franconeri was knocked down three times
|1942-07-31||Ray Robinson|| |
Robinson dropped Angott for a 5-count in round eight, but Sammy pulled Ray down when he fell, both of them landing on the ring apron.
|1942-07-14||Freddie Archer|| |
The decision of the ten round draw was hardly popular with the audience of 5, 000, who thought that Archer had won the bout. New York Times
|1942-05-26||Jimmy Carollo|| |
|1942-05-26||Jackie Cooper|| |
|1942-05-07||Chalky Wright|| |
|1942-03-20||Ray Robinson|| |
|1942-03-06||Bob Montgomery|| |
Montgomery was knocked down in the 9th for a one count.
|1942-01-16||Ray Robinson|| |
0:31 ref: Arthur Donovan
|1941-12-12||Fritzie Zivic|| |
|Young Kid McCoy|
|1941-11-14||Gus Lesnevich|| |
Official scoring: 9-4-2; 9-5-1; 10-2-3.