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On This Day In Boxing History

Joey Maxim vs Sugar Ray Robinson      

World Light Heavyweight Title

June 25th, 1952

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

June 25th

1900: Jack Johnson D20 John Haines

1917: Ted (Kid) Lewis W20 Jack Britton

1930: Maxie Rosenbloom W15 Jimmy Slattery

1948: Joe Louis KO11 Jersey Joe Walcott

1952: Joey Maxim KO14 Sugar Ray Robinson

1966: Ki Soo Kim W 15 Nino Benvenuti

1967: Vicente Saldivar W 15 Howard Winstone

1977: Antonio Cervantes KO 6 Carlos M. Gimenez

Esteban De Jesus KO 11 Vicente S. Mijares

1981: Sugar Ray Leonard KO 9 Ayub Kalule

Thomas Hearns KO 4 Pablo Baez

Ricardo Williams born. U.S. Silver Medalist at the 2000 Olympic Games

1983: Juan LaPorte W12 Johnny de la Rosa

1988: Azumah Nelson KO9 Lupe Suarez

1989: Prince Charles Williams KO10 Bobby Czyz

1989: Humberto Gonzalez W12 Yul Woo Lee

1992: James (Buddy) McGirt W12 Patrizio Oliva

1995: Kostya Tszyu W12 Roger Mayweather

1998: Lou Savarese KO 1 Buster Douglas

1999: The Philadelphia office of promoter J Russell Peltz is firebombed,

causing extensive damage, destroying approximately $100,000 of boxing memorabilia.

2000: Veerapol Sahaprom W12 Toshiaki Nishioka, Takasago

2005: Floyd Mayweather KO6 Arturo Gatti

Carlos Maussa KO7 Vivian Harris

Mahyar Monshipour KO9 Julio Zarate

2011: Felix Sturm WSD12 Matthew Macklin

Patrick Hyland W12 Philippe Frenois

Humberto Soto WTD11 Motoki Sasaki   

Cornelius Bundrage W12 Sechew Powell

Tavoris Cloud TKO8 Yusaf Mack

2016: Anthony Joshua TKO7 Dominic Breazeale

George Groves W12 Martin Murray

Keith Thurman W12 Shawn Porter

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