National Boxing Association's Quarterly Ratings: 1931

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Announced Jan. 9, 1932 :

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Max Schmeling, Champion

  1. Jack Sharkey
  2. Mickey Walker
  3. Ernie Schaaf
  4. Young Stribling
Title Vacant
  1. Billy Jones
  2. Maxie Rosenbloom
  3. George Manley
Title Vacant
  1. Gorilla Jones
  2. Oddone Piazza
  3. Vince Dundee
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Lou Brouillard, Champion

  1. Jimmy McLarnin
  2. Young Corbett III
  3. Jackie Fields

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Jackie (Kid) Berg
  2. Billy Petrolle
  3. Tony Herrera

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Battling Battalino
  2. Billy Petrolle
  3. Louis (Kid) Kaplan
Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Kid Chocolate, Champion

  1. Al Foreman
  2. Benny Bass
  3. Roger Bernard

Battling Battalino, Champion

  1. Earl Mastro
  2. Nel Tarleton
  3. Panama Al Brown

Panama Al Brown, Champion

  1. Newsboy Brown
  2. Emile (Spider) Pladner
  3. Pete Sanstol

Young Perez, Champion

  1. Jackie Brown
  2. Midget Wolgast
  3. Frankie Genaro


Announced Sept. 15, 1931 :

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Max Schmeling, Champion

  1. Jack Sharkey
  2. Tommy Loughran
  3. Ernie Schaaf
  4. Mickey Walker
  5. Young Stribling
  6. Larry Gains
  7. Charley Retzlaff
  8. Tuffy Griffith
  9. Hein Müller

12. Primo Carnera
13. Steve Hamas
17. Paulino Uzcudun

Title Vacant
  1. Maxie Rosenbloom
  2. George Manley
  3. Jimmy Slattery
  4. Lou Scozza
  5. Billy Jones
  6. Joe Banovic
  7. Joe Knight
  8. Bob Godwin
  9. Owen Phelps
  10. Al Gainer
Title Vacant
  1. Gorilla Jones
  2. Harry Smith
  3. Vince Dundee
  4. Frankie O'Brien
  5. Tiger Thomas
  6. Jack Hood
  7. Marcel Thil
  8. Dave Shade
  9. Angel Clivilles
  10. Georgie Nichols
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Young Jack Thompson, Champion

  1. Lou Brouillard
  2. Young Corbett III
  3. Jimmy McLarnin
  4. Jackie Fields
  5. Bucky Lawless
  6. Gustave Roth
  7. Jackie Brady
  8. Johnny Indrisano
  9. Tommy Freeman

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. King Tut
  2. Baby Joe Gans
  3. Jackie (Kid) Berg
  4. Manuel Quintero
  5. Tony Herrera
  6. Justo Suarez
  7. Joey Goodman
  8. Ralph Lenny
  9. Young Joe Firpo

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Billy Petrolle
  2. Louis (Kid) Kaplan
  3. Sammy Fuller
  4. Andy Callahan
  5. Wesley Ramey
  6. Al Singer
  7. Frank Bojarski
  8. Ervin Berlier
  9. Harry Dublinsky
Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Kid Chocolate, Champion

  1. Al Foreman
  2. Benny Bass
  3. Lew Massey
  4. Tracy Cox
  5. Roger Bernard
  6. Tony Morgano
  7. Maurice Holtzer
  8. Pete Nebo
  9. Young Zazzarino

Battling Battalino, Champion

  1. Earl Mastro
  2. Tommy Paul
  3. Freddie Miller
  4. Eddie Shea
  5. Bushy Graham
  6. Kid Francis
  7. Fidel LaBarba
  8. Jose Girones
  9. Miki Gelb

Panama Al Brown, Champion

  1. Dick Corbett
  2. Pete Sanstol
  3. Newsboy Brown
  4. Young Tommy
  5. Eugene Huat
  6. Emile (Spider) Pladner
  7. Benny Sharkey
  8. Jimmy Smith
  9. Dick Welsh

Frankie Genaro, Champion

  1. Jackie Brown
  2. Little Pancho
  3. Midget Wolgast
  4. Chris Pineda
  5. Speedy Dado
  6. Johnny Edwards
  7. Steve Rocco
  8. Vincenzo Savo
  9. Willie Davies


Announced April 29 1931:

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Max Schmeling, Champion

  1. Young Stribling
  2. Jack Sharkey

Maxie Rosenbloom, Champion

  1. Jimmy Slattery
  2. Lou Scozza
Title Vacant
  1. Vince Dundee
  2. Ben Jeby
Welterweights
Junior Welterweights
Lightweights

Young Jack Thompson, Champion

  1. Young Corbett III
  2. Jackie Fields

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Jackie (Kid) Berg
  2. Tony Herrera

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Justo Suarez
  2. Louis (Kid) Kaplan
Junior Lightweights
Featherweights
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Benny Bass, Champion

  1. Roger Bernard
  2. Al Foreman

Battling Battalino, Champion

  1. Fidel LaBarba
  2. Kid Francis

Panama Al Brown, Champion

  1. Pete Sanstol
  2. Newsboy Brown

Frankie Genaro, Champion

  1. Midget Wolgast
  2. Victor Ferrand


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References

  • Plain Dealer. Cleveland, Ohio: January 10, 1932. p.24
  • Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles, Calif.: September 16, 1931. p. A9
  • Houston Chronicle. Houston, Texas. Wednesday, April 29 1931. P.20.