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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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Author: fredi B. (23 Nov 2015)
November 16th – November 22nd - The Boxing Tribune
1921: New York City, NY. World Junior Lightweight Championship. Johnny Dundee WF 5 George 'KO' Chaney. Wins vacant title. 1938: New York City, NY. World Middleweight Championship. Fred Apostoli KO 8 Young Corbett. Retains title.
Author: Peter Silkov (16 Nov 2015)
November 9th – November 15th - The Boxing Tribune
Benny Leonard ND 6 Johnny Dundee. 1929: New York City, NY. 'Slapsie' Maxie Rosenbloom W 10 James J. Braddock. 1935: New York City, NY. NBA Bantamweight Championship. Sixto Escobar W 15 Lou Salica, NYC. Regains title.
Author: Peter Silkov (9 Nov 2015)