Pete Rademacher

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Pete Rademacher

Name: Pete Rademacher
Birth Name: Thomas Peter Rademacher
Hometown: Grandview, Washington, USA
Birthplace: Tieton, Washington, USA
Died: 2020-06-04 (Age:91)
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 187cm
Reach: 196cm
Promoter: Record
Judge: Record
Referee: Record
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

Trainer: George Chemeres

1949 Seattle Golden Gloves

  • Elmer Hartie, Ft. Lewis W 3
  • Art Senft, Vancouver W 3
  • Chuck Pomianek, Seattle W 3 (Won Title)

Seattle Golden Gloves

Seattle Golden Gloves

  • Bill Waltman, Yakima KO 3
  • Don Brabant, Saettle KO 1 (Won Title)

National AAU, Boston * possibly the National All-American Tournament?

  • H. Ehron, Great Lakes W 3
  • Don Brabant, Seattle KO 1 (Won Title)

Seattle Golden Gloves

  • Jim Davis, Ft. Lewis W 3
  • Gil Osman, McChord KO 1
  • Del Clark, Faircloud AFB KO 2 (Won Title)

Olympic Regionals

Seattle Golden Gloves

  • B. Emerson, Vancouver W 3
  • Richard Reyes, Seattle W 3
  • Jim Davis, Ft. Lewis W 3 (Won Title)

National AAU, Boston

Miami, AAU

  • Len Kanthal, Miami L 3

Chicago Golden Gloves

  • Ben Bankhead, St. Louis W 3
  • Billy Smith, Memphis KO 3
  • Booker Staten, Kansas City W 3
  • Solomon McTier, Montgomery L 3

All-Army Championship

  • Clemmie Turner, Army KO 3
  • Oliver Smith, Army W 3
  • John Johnson, Army WF (Won Title)

Service Championship

  • Jim Stewart, Marines W 3
  • Joe Uphill, Air Force W 3 (Won Title)

Olympic Trials

  • John Johnson, Army-----W 3
  • Joe Hemphill, Air Force-----W 3
  • Hal Espey, Idaho State-----W 3 (Won Title)

Olympic Games, Melbourne, Australia

Total Amateur bouts; 79 (72-7)

Trivia: Rademacher is the only boxer in history whose professional debut was a world title bout.

External link

  • Where Are They Now: Pete Rademacher [1]

Preceded by:
Jack Scheberies
National AAU Heavyweight Champion
Succeeded by:
Reuben Vargas
Preceded by:
Ed Sanders
Olympic Gold Medalist
Heavyweight Champion

Succeeded by:
Franco de Piccoli