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Old 01-05-2005, 06:01 AM   #81 (permalink)
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DAVID YOUNG JFW

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One pro bout, a one round KO to Irving Mitchell in 1981.
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Carl Donald Bell (Don Eagle)

Don Eagle became a well-known professional wrestler.
He was active througout the fifties and into the early sixties.
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Don Eagle became a well-known professional wrestler.
He was active througout the fifties and into the early sixties.
Interesting note, certainly fits his MO
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WALTER ALTIERI HW

Hometown - Meriden, Connecticut, USA

1(1)-0-1

Walter briefly dabbled with professional boxing in 1909. He fought twice with Boston area journeyman Andy Morris, scoring a sixth round TKO and battling to a six round draw.
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TOM ALTIERI HW

Hometown - Meriden, Connecticut, USA

4(3)-2-0

Tom Altieri followed in his Dad Walter's footsteps, dipping his toe into the pool of professional boxing. Tom won four straight bouts against local competition in his Meriden hometown and Philadelphia. He showed signs of power, scoring two KOs and a TKO in these first four bouts. After taking 1946 off, Altieri dropped a pair of KO losses in 1947 and retired from the sport.
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FABRICE BENICHOU JFW

Born - Madrid, Spain (of French decent)
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45(23)-17-2

Benichou was the one-time IBF Junior Featherweight Champ and the two-time European Featherweight Champ. His career included victories over Vincenzo Medina, Salvatore Bottiglieri, Frans Badenhorst, Thierry Jacob, and Martin Krastev. He lost on points to Stephane Haccouri, Maurizio Stecca, Welcome Ncita, and fought to a split decision loss with Manuel Medina for the IBF Featherweight Belt. Benichou was amoung the better Junior Featherweights of the late eighties and early nineties; he was stopped six times over 64 career bouts.
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JULIO CESAR BORBOA JBW

Hometown - Sonora, Mexico

24(22)-6-0

This hard hitting Mexican was a force in the Jr. Bantam ranks from 1990 to 1994. During that time, Borboa won the IBF Jr. Bantamweight Belt with a twelth round TKO of Robert Quiroga who was 20-0-0 prior to their bout. Borboa went on to defend his title five times bfore losing a split decision to Harold Grey. The rematch, which proved to be Borboa's final fight, was also a split decision with Grey again getting the nod. His first 16 victories were all stoppages and Borboa was only stopped twice himself. (Cauthtemoc Gomez and Pablo Valenzuela who were both undefeated when they fought Borboa)
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Conn, if your list on page two is up to date, I'll help rate some fighters since I'm in between projects. If you don't mind, I'll start at the bottom and work my way up.

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The list is up-to-date and that would be fantastic Scot! I am working from the top down so your orientation is just right. As always, any file posts are more than welcome.

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VICTOR BARELA FW

Hometown - Farmington, New Mexico, USA

7(2)-0-1

Barela is a young and promising featherweight that fights out of the Hideout Gym in New Mexico where he was a sparring partner for Danny Romero. Barela had a 92-10 amature record before turning pro at the age of 18. He has only fought 8 times in the last three years mainly due to bad luck with several no-shows and cancellations associated with his scheduled bouts. It is too early to tell how far he will go, but young Victor does appear to have better than average skills. He has 2 stoppage wins to-date, but has scored several knockdowns in his decision victories.
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RAMON ARTURO BRITEZ SMW

Hometown - Buenos Aires, Argentina

34(23)-22-1

Britez has had an up-and-down journeyman's career. Even so, he has won a number of lesser titles as well as the IBO Super Middleweight title. He fougt to a decision loss against Mads Larsen and was KO'd in round one by Julio Cesar Vasquez.
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Dick Wipperman - HW 1961-68 (check spelling)
Luis Villalta - LW 1993-
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Dick Wipperman - HW 1961-68 (check spelling)
Luis Villalta - LW 1993-
Nicely done Scot, thank you. (I have it as Wopperman, but so be it)

Edit - I'ts Wipperman - good catch

http://www.boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=010879
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JEM CARNEY LW

Born - Birmingham, England

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Carney won the Brittish Lightweight Crown in an 1884 hard fought battle with Jacob Hyams when Hyams collapsed in his corner following the 45th round. He laid claim to the wolrd title when he stopped Jimmy Mitchell in the eleventh round. Both titles slipped from Carney's grip when he was disquallified in a bout with Dick Burge. Apparently, Carney was ahead when the referee awarded the bout to Burge on an alleged foul which the crowd dissagreed with. I do not know if skullduggery was claimed.

Carney fought a lot of exhibitions and non-queensberry matches as well. He had one terrible embarrassment in 1887 when he fought what was supposed to be a promotional bout with Mike Daly for a real bout the two were to fight the following evening. In three rounds, Carney was beaten so badly that he was unable to fight in the scheduled bout.
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Moses Ward - MW 1950-56, record 22-13-2 (13)
Art Young - MW 1969-71, record 14-2-0 (7)
Oats Zaidy - WW 1938-39, record 2-3-8 (0)
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Just when I thought I had downloaded everything I needed I checked out this file and find more work to do.
Buy the way appreciate the tomato cans. Haven't uploaded them to my game yet but they are around for when I'll need Lee Esperson type guys.
Of the posts in this thread to reply to i opted for this one given our earlier conversations.
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JEM CARNEY LW

Born - Birmingham, England

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Carney won the Brittish Lightweight Crown in an 1884 hard fought battle with Jacob Hyams when Hyams collapsed in his corner following the 45th round. He laid claim to the wolrd title when he stopped Jimmy Mitchell in the eleventh round. Both titles slipped from Carney's grip when he was disquallified in a bout with Dick Burge. Apparently, Carney was ahead when the referee awarded the bout to Burge on an alleged foul which the crowd dissagreed with. I do not know if skullduggery was claimed.

Carney fought a lot of exhibitions and non-queensberry matches as well. He had one terrible embarrassment in 1887 when he fought what was supposed to be a promotional bout with Mike Daly for a real bout the two were to fight the following evening. In three rounds, Carney was beaten so badly that he was unable to fight in the scheduled bout.
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RALPH CALLOWAY LHW

Born - California, USA

1(0)-5-1

The ring wasn't kind to Ralph during his brief career. He was knocked out by Sam Langford in the fourth round of their 1911 bout. One month after the loss to Langford, Calloway selected another tough opponent in Battling Levinsky; the two fought a 10 round no decision. Ralph should have known that the boxing Gods weren't going to smile on his career after a bout he had with Battling Johnson. Calloway put Johnson down SEVEN times in the fourth round but Johnson clawed his way back and took poor Ralph out in the seventh!. Following his first and only career win (over Dummy Burns), Calloway decided to call it a career.
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WALTER BURGO MW

Hometown - Boston, Massachusetts, USA

4(1)-4-0

Burgo picked up three early wins against complete stiffs, then suffered four successive knockouts to Rube Ferns, Spike Sullivan, Charley Hitte and the great Sam Langford. He picked up another win by way of disqualification against everyone's favorite opponent Mr. Joe Grim.
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BOBBY BURNS FLY

Hometown - Dallas, Texas, USA

3(0)-9-4; 4 NC

Bobby Burns seemed to fight the same folks over and over again. He had a 0-2-2; 2 NC record against Battling Al Murray and had a 0-2-1; 1 NC record with Young Kid Zulu. When Burns fought Johnny Ertle in 1916, Ertle was supposedly defending the World Bantamweight title that he claimed to hold. While it may not be believable that Burns was qualified to to receive a title shot, it is certainly understandable why Ertle would have wanted to defend against Burns. In any event, Burns was stopped in the fourth and continued his unimpressive ways after the "title shot".
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