1900: Battling Al Murray born in Chester, Pennsylvania.
1922: Brooklyn, NY. World Junior-Lightweight Championship. Johnny Dundee W 15 Jack Sharkey. Retains title.
1921: Johnny Forte born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1922: Jersey City, NJ. Frankie Genaro ND 12 Pancho Villa.
1925: Long Island City, NY. World Junior-Lightweight Championship Mike Ballerino W 15 Pepper Martin. Retains title.
1933: Boston, Massachusetts. Lou Brouillard W 10 Mickey Walker.
1952: Danny “Little Red” Lopez born in Fort Duchesne, UT.
1974: Clarence “Bones” Adams Jr. born Henderson, Kentucky.
1979: Utsunomiya, Japan. WBA flyweight Championship Betulio Gonzalez KO 12 Shoji Oguma. Retains title.
1996: WBC featherweight Championship. Luisito Espinosa W 12 Cesar Soto, Manila. Retains title.
2002: Seoul, South Korea. WBC Junior Flyweight Championship. Jorge Arce KO 6 Yosam Choi. Wins title.
1914: London, England. Wins World lightweight Championship. Freddie Welsh W 20 Willie Ritchie. Wins title.
1921: Ezzard Charles born in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1944: Emanuel Steward born in Bottom Creek, WV.
1952: Havana, Cuba. World Welterweight Championship. Kid Gavilan KO 11 Gil Turner. Retains title.
1970: Wayne McCullough born in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
1980: Bloomington, MN. WBC Heavyweight Championship. Larry Holmes KO 7 Scott LeDoux. Retains title.
1980: Bloomington, MN. WBC Light-Welterweight Championship. Saoul Mamby KO 13 Esteban DeJesus. Retains title.
1982: Tokyo, Japan. WBA Junior flyweight Championship. Katsuo Tokashiki KO 8 Masaharu Inami. Retains title.
1982: Tommy Loughran died in Hollidaysburg, Pa. at the age of 79 years old.
1983: Osaka, Japan. WBC Light-Welterweight Championship. Bruce Curry KO 7 Hidekazu Akai. Retains title.
1985: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBC Junior-Lightweight Championship. Julio Cesar Chavez KO 2 Roger Mayweather. Retains title.
1990: Bismark, ND. WBA Light heavyweight Championship. Virgil Hill W 12 Tyrone Frazier. Retains title.
2000: Tabasco, Mexico. WBC Strawweight Championship. Jose Aguirre KO 5 Jose Luis Zepeda. Retains Title.
2001: Coney Island, NY. Jesse James Leija NC 5 Hector Camacho Jr.
2007: Cologne, Germany. IBF Heavyweight Championship. Wladimir Klitschko KO 6 Lamon Brewster. Retains title.
2007: Bridgeport, CT. WBA Light-Middleweight Championship. Joachim Alcine W 12 Travis Simms. Wins title.
2007: Bridgeport, CT. IBF Bantamweight Championship. Luis Alberto Perez KO 7 Genaro Garcia. Wins title.
2007: Bridgeport, CT. IBF Flyweight Championship. Nonito Donaire KO 5 Vic Darchinyan. Wins title.
2007: Jakarta, Indonesia. IBF Strawweight Championship. Florante Condes W 12 Muhammad Rachman. Wins title.
2012: Berne, Switzerland WBA/IBF/WBO/The Ring Heavyweight Championships. Wladimir Klitschko KO6 Tony Thompson. Retains titles.
2012: Carson, California. IBF/WBO Super-Bantamweight Championships. Nonito Donaire W 12 Jeffrey Mathebula. Retains WBO title and wins IBF title.
1959: Los Angeles, CA. World Bantamweight Championship. Jose Becerra KO 8 Alphonse Halimi. Wins title.
1964: Kenny Snow born in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
1966: Jesse James Leija born in San Antonio, Texas.
1978: Hato Rey, Pueto Rico. WBA Junior-Lightweight Championship. Samuel Serrano KO 9 Oh Young Ho. Retains title.
1979: New York City, NY. WBC Junior-Lightweight Championship. Alexis Arguello KO 11 Rafael Limon. Retains title.
1984: Seoul, S. Korea. IBF super bantamweight Championship. Seung In Suh KO 4 Cleo Garcia. Retains title.
1988: San Remo, Italy. WBC Light-Middleweight Championship. Donald Curry KO 9 Gianfranco Rosi. Wins title.
1989: Cergy-Pointoise, France. WBC Light-Midddleweight Championship. John Mugabi KO 1 Rene Jacquot. Wins title.
1990: Reno Nevada. WBA Welterweight Championship. Aaron Davis KO 9 Mark Breland. Wins Title.
1990: Las Vegas, NV. IBF Featherweight Championship. Jorge Paez D 12 Troy Dorsey. Retains title.
1996: Luis Rodriguez, 59, dies in Miami Beach, Florida.
2006: St. Louis, MO. IBF Light-Middleweight Championship. Cory Spinks W 12 Roman Karmazin. Wins title.
2011: Bucharest, Romania. IBF Super Middleweight Championship. Lucian Bute W 4 Jean-Paul Mendy. Retains title.
1926: New York City, NY. World Welterweight Championship. Pete Latzo WF 4 George Levine. Retains title.
1963: Roger Turner born in Lansing, Michigan,.
1970: Monza, Italy. World Light-Middleweight Championship. Carmelo Bossi W 15 Freddie Little. Wins title.
1974: Inglewood, CA.WBA Featherweight Championship. Ruben Olivares KO 7 Zensuke Utagawa. Wins title.
1988: Atlantic City, NJ. IBF Bantamweight Championship. Orlando Canizales KO 15 Kelvin Seabrooks. Wins title.
1988: Kawagoe, Japan. WBC super-flyweight Championship. Gilberto Roman KO 5 Yoshiyuki Uchida. Retains title.
1989: Atlantic City, New Jersey. WBA Lightweight Championship. Edwin Rosario KO 6 Anthony Jones. Regains title.
1989: Bangkok, Thailand. WBA Bantamweight Championship. Kaokor Galaxy W 12 Sung Kil Moon. Regains title.
1994: London, England. WBO World Super-Middleweight Championship. Chris Eubank W 12 Mauricio Amaral. Retains Title.
1995: Reno, Nevada. IBF Junior-Lightweight Championship. Tracey Patterson KO 2 Eddie Hopson. Wins title.
1900: New York City, NY. Joe Gans KO 8 Young Griffo.
1922: Jake LaMotta born in The Bronx, New York City, NY .
1922: Bronx, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Joe Lynch KO 14 Johnny Buff, Retains title.
1932: Marseilles, France. World Bantamweight Championship. Panama Al Brown W 15 Kid Francis. Retains title.
1933: Newark, NJ. New York. World Middleweight Championship. Ben Jeby W 15 Young Terry. Retains title.
1951: London, England. World Middleweight Championship. Randy Turpin W 15 Sugar Ray Robinson, Wins title.
1955: Vinnie Curto born in Boston, MA.
1959: Portland, Oregon. World Welterweight Championship. Don Jordan W 15 Denny Moyer. Retains title.
1965: Kingston, Jamaica. World Super Lightweight Championship. Carlos Hernandez KO 3 Percy Hayles. Retains title.
1970: Lignano Sabaiadoro, Italy. World Super Lightweight Championship. Bruno Acari WDISQ 6 Rene Roque. Retains title.
1976: Juarez, Mexico. WBA Bantamweight Championship. Alfonso Zamora KO 3 Gilberto Illueca. Retains title.
1983: Tokyo, Japan. WBA Junior Flyweight Championship. Lupe Madera TW 4 Katsuo Tokashiki. Wins title.
1987: Sydney, Australia. WBC Super Bantamweight Championship. Jeff Fenech KO 5 Greg Richardson, Retains title.
1989: Tijuana, Mexico. WBA Super Bantamweight Championship. Juan Jose Estrada W 12 Luis Mendoza. Retains title.
1993: Tucuman, Argentina. WBA Light-Middleweight Championship. Julio Cesar Vasquez W 12 Alejandro Ugueto. Retains title.
1998: Miami, Florida. WBA Featherweight Championship. Freddie Norwood W 12 Luis Mendoza. Retains title.
2001: Montreal, Quebec. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Eric Lucas KO 7 Glenn Catley. Wins title.
2014: Miami, Florida. IBF Junior Lightweight Championship. Rances Barthelemy W 12 Argenis Mendez. Retains title.
1928: Carl “Bobo” Olson born in Honolulu, HI.
1936: Seattle, Washington. NBA & New York World Middleweight Championship. Freddie Steele W 15 Babe Risko. Wins titles.
1943: Seattle, Washington. World Bantamweight Championship. Manuel Ortiz KO 7 Joe Robleto. Retains title.
1948: Philadelphia, PA. World Lightweight Championship. Ike Williams KO 6 Beau Jack. Retains title.
1949: Philadelphia, PA. World Welterweight Championship. Sugar Ray Robinson W 15 Kid Gavilan. Retains title.
1950: New York City, NY. World Middleweight Championship. Jake LaMotta W 15 Tiberio Mitri. Retains title.
1953: Leon Spinks born in St. Louis, Missouri,
1961: London, England. World Middleweight Championship. Terry Downes KO 10 Paul Pender. Wins title.
1965:Al Shoffner born in Philadelphia, PA.
1977: Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. WBC Super Bantamweight Championship. Wifredo Gomez KO 5 Raul Tirado. Retains title.
1992: Monte Carlo, France. IBF Light-Middleweight Championship. Gianfranco Rosi W 12 Gilbert Dele. Retains title.
1992: Las Vegas, Nevada. IBF Super Flyweight Championship. Robert Quiroga W 12 Jose Ruiz. Retains title.
1996: New York City, NY. Riddick “Big Daddy” Bowe DQ 7 Andrew Golota.
2008: Montreal, Quebec. WBA Light-Middleweight Championship. Daniel Santos KO 6 Joachim Alcine. Wins title.
2009: Newark, New Jersey. IBF Cruiserweight Championship. Tomasz Adamek W 4 Bobby Gunn. Retains title.
1943: Pittsburgh, PA. Fritzie Zivic W 15 Jake LaMotta.
1962: Julio Cesar Chavez born in Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico.
1971: Joel Casamayor born in Guantanamo, Cuba.
1974: Danny Romero born in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1975: Mexico City, Mexico. World Welterweight Championship. Jose Napoles W 15 Armando Muniz. Retains title.
1980: Wembley, England. WBC Light-Middleweight Championship. Maurice Hope KO 11 Rocky Mattioli. Retains title.
1985: Melbourne. IBF Junior-Lightweight Championship. Barry Michael W 15 Lester Ellis, Wins title.
1986: Atlanta, GA. WBA Cruiserweight Championship. Evander “Real Deal” Holyfield W 15 Dwight Qawi. Wins title.
1987: Bordeaux, France. WBC Light-Middleweight Championship. Lupe Aquino W 12 Duane Thomas. Wins title.
1991: Lake Tahoe, CA. IBF Junior-Lightweight Championship. Tony Lopez KO 6 Lupe Gutierrez. Retains title.
1997: Stateline, NV. WBC Heavyweight Championship. Lennox Lewis DQ 5 Henry Akinwande. Retains title.
2003: Las Vegas, NV. World Welterweight Championship. Ricardo Mayorga W 12 Vernon Forrest. Retains Title.
2003: Yokohama, Japan. WBA Strawweight Championship. Noel Arambulet W 12 Yutaka Niida. Retains Title.
2008: Hamburg, Germany. IBF Heavyweight Championship. Wladimir Klitschko KO 11 Tony Thompson. Retains Title.
2008: Hermosillo, Mexico. IBF Junior Flyweight Championship. Ulises Solis W 12 Glenn Donaire. Retains Title.
2014: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBO Bantamweight Championship. Tomoki Kameda W 7 Pungluang Sor Singyu. Retains title.