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Johnny "Scotch Wop" Dundee (November 19, 1893 – April 22, 1965) was a featherweight and junior lightweight champion boxer who fought from 1910 until 1932. He was born Giuseppe Curreri in Sciacca, Sicily, but was raised in the United States. Though Dundee was a clever boxer with little knockout power, he was highly skilled at fighting off the ropes and was always in outstanding condition. Statistical boxing website BoxRec lists Dundee as the #3 ranked featherweight of all time, while The Ring Magazine founder Nat Fleischer placed him at #4. The International Boxing Research Organization rates Dundee as the 5th best featherweight ever and boxing historian Bert Sugar placed him 32nd in his To...
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May 28, 1950 Jersey Joe Walcott visits Europe to... The Johnny Bratton imposter.. 1980's · May 25, 1939 - Harringay Arena, London, England. ... March 1, 1975 WBC Featherweight Title How it went... Paul Doyle · Johnny Dundee. ▻ March (8).
Author: Admin (13 Apr 2015)
Dispatches from the LP-OP: Today in History for April 11, 2015
The event was a boxing match between Johnny Ray and Johnny Dundee. April 11, 1934 – Poet Mark Strand was born in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada. April 11, 1944 – NFL defensive back Joe Beauchamp was born in Chicago ...
Author: Lee Peacock (11 Apr 2015)
Unerased History - April 11th - UnerasedHistory
It was a 10-round, no decision fight between Johnny Ray and Johnny Dundee in Pittsburgh's Motor Square Garden. 1921 – Iowa becomes the first U.S. state to impose a cigarette tax. 1924 – WLS-AM in Chicago IL began radio transmissions.
Author: Wayne Church (11 Apr 2015)