National Boxing Association's Quarterly Ratings: 1935

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Announced September 17, 1935:

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Jim Braddock, Champion

  1. Max Baer
  2. Joe Louis
  3. Max Schmeling
  4. Ford Smith
  5. Primo Carnera

Bob Olin, Champion

  1. Maxie Rosenbloom
  2. Abe Feldman
  3. John Henry Lewis
  4. Al McCoy
  5. Al Gainer
  6. Ambrose Palmer
  7. Tony Shucco
  8. Jock McAvoy
  9. Joe Knight

Teddy Yarosz, Champion

  1. Lou Brouillard
  2. Freddy Steele
  3. Jack Gibbons
  4. Paul Pirrone
  5. Frank Battaglia
  6. Ken Overlin
  7. Fred Henneberry
  8. Young Corbett
  9. Babe Risko
Welterweights
Lightweights
Featherweights

Barney Ross, Champion

  1. Jimmy McLarnin
  2. Bep van Klaveren
  3. Jack Carroll
  4. Ceferino Garcia
  5. Harry Dublinsky
  6. Kid Azteca
  7. Eddie (Kid) Wolfe
  8. Teddy Loder
  9. Cocoa Kid

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

  1. Lou Ambers
  2. Cleto Locatelli
  3. Frankie Klick
  4. Wesley Ramey
  5. Al Roth
  6. Charley Burns
  7. Eddie Cook
  8. Joe Ghnouly
  9. Gustave Humery

Freddie Miller, Champion

  1. Maurice Holtzer
  2. Baby Arizmendi
  3. Rodolfo (Baby) Casanova
  4. Henry Armstrong
  5. Vernon Cormier
  6. Mike Belloise
  7. Petey Sarron
  8. Fillo Julian Echevarria
  9. Frankie Covelli
Bantamweights
Flyweights

Lou Salica, Champion

  1. Sixto Escobar
  2. Midget Wolgast
  3. Pablo Dano
  4. Young Tommy
  5. Speedy Dado
  6. Pete Sanstol
  7. Little Pancho
  8. Frankie Martin
  9. Star Frisco
Title Vacant
  1. Benny Lynch
  2. Jackie Brown
  3. Bobby McGhee
  4. Joe Mendiola
  5. Maurice Huguenin
  6. Tommy Pardoe
  7. Small Montana
  8. Joe Hardy
  9. George Gregeson


Announced July 1, 1935:

Heavyweights
Light Heavyweights
Middleweights

Jim Braddock, Champion

  1. Joe Louis
  2. Max Schmeling
  3. Max Baer
  4. Primo Carnera
  5. Walter Neusel
  6. Steve Hamas
  7. Art Lasky
  8. Jack Doyle
  9. Jack Petersen

Bob Olin, Champion

Teddy Yarosz, Champion

Welterweights
Lightweights
Featherweights

Barney Ross, Champion

Tony Canzoneri, Champion

Freddie Miller, Champion

Bantamweights
Flyweights
Title Vacant
  1. Sixto Escobar
Title Vacant
  1. Jackie Brown

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References

  • Evening Star [1]
  • Springfield Republican. Springfield, Massachusetts. Tuesday, July 2 1935. P.17.