1899: Dubuque, IA. World Middleweight Championship. Tommy Ryan W 20 Jack Moffatt. Retains title.
1915: Boston, Mass. World Welterweight Championship. Ted “Kid” Lewis W 12 Jack Britton. Wins title.
1923: New York City, Ny. World Middleweight Championship. Harry Greb W 15 Johnny Wilson. Wins title.
1929: Los Angeles, CA. Barney Ross W 6 Ramon Lugo. Ross’ pro debut.
1936: Bronx, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Sixto Escobar KO 14 Tony Marino. Retains and unifies title.
1956: Mike Gibbons, 69, dies in Saint Paul, MN.
1960: Greg Haugen born in Auburn, Washington.
1969: Former World Heavyweight Champion, Rocky Marciano, 46, dies in an airplane crash in Iowa.
1984: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBC Heavyweight Championship. Pinklon Thomas W 12 Tim Witherspoon. Wins title.
1989: Inglewood, CA. WBC Super Bantamweight Championship. Daniel Zaragoza KO 10 Frankie Duarte. Retains title.
1996: Dublin, Ireland. WBA Cruiserweight Championship. Nate Miller KO 7 James Heath. Retains title.
1996: Palma de Mallorca, Spain. IBF Cruiserweight Championship. Adolpho Washington W 12 Torsten May. Wins vacant title.
1996: Dublin, Ireland. IBF Featherweight Championship. Tom “Boom Boom” Johnson W 12 Ramon Guzman. Retains title.
1996: Dublin, Ireland. Naseem Hamed KO 11 Manuel Medina.
2007: Klerksdorp, South Africa. IBF Junior Lightweight Championship. Mzonke Fana KO 9 Javier Osvaldo Alvarez, Retains title.
1899: Chicago, Illinois .Harry Harris D 6 Jimmy Barry.
1899: Brooklyn, NY.Joe Gans KO 10 Eugene Bezenah.
1900: Detroit, Michigan. World Welterweight Championship. James “Rube” Ferns W 15 Matty Matthews. Retains title.
1908: New York City, NY. Sam Langford ND 6 Joe Jeanette.
1908: Melbourne, Australia. World Heavyweight Championship. Tommy Burns KO 6 Bill Lang. Retains title.
1919: Waterbury, CT. Pete Herman ND 10 Joe Lynch.
1923: Rocky Marciano born in Brockton, Massachusetts.
1924: Jersey City, NJ. Harry Wills ND 12 Luis Angel Firpo.
1960: Milan. World Light Welterweight Championship. Duillio Loi W 15 Carlos Ortiz. Wins title.
1966: Hector Lizarraga born in Fresno, California.
1973: Tokyo, Japan. World Heavyweight Championship. George Foreman KO 1 Joe “King” Roman. Retains title.
1973: Tokyo, Japan. WBC Junior Lightweight Championship. Ricardo Arredondo KO 6 Morito Kashiwaba. Retains title.
1976: Erik Morales born in Tijuana, Baja California.
1983: Los Angeles, CA. WBC Bantamweight Championship. Albert Davila KO 12 Kiko Bejines. Wins vacant title.
1984: Struthers, OH. IBF Lightweight Championship. Harry Arroyo KO 8 Charlie “White Lightning” Brown. Retains title.
2000: Brakpan, South Africa. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Dingaan Thobela KO 12 Glen Catley. Wins title.
2001: Magdeburg, Germany. IBF Super Middleweight Championship. Sven Ottke W 12 James Butler. Retains title.
2001: Yokohama, Japan. WBA Super Flyweight Championship. Celes Kobayashi W 12 Jesus Rojas. Retains title.
2007: Tokyo, Japan. WBA Strawweight Championship. Yutaka Niida W 12 Eriberto Gejon. Retains title.
2010: Brakpan, Gauteng, South Africa. IBF World Flyweight Championship. Moruti Mthalane KO 5 Zolani Tete. Retains title.
2012: Oberhausen, Germany. WBA Super World Middleweight & IBF World Middleweight Championships. Daniel Geale W 12 Felix Sturm. Retains and wins titles.
2012: Osaka, Japan. WBA World Super Flyweight Championship. Tepparith Singwancha W 12 Nobuo Nashiro. Retains title.
1894: Thomas Edison films an exhibition bout in a studio between World Heavyweight Champion James J. Corbett and Peter Courteney. By arrangement Corbett scored a knockout in round six.
1906: Emile Pladner born in Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme, France.
1939: Nicolino Locche born in Tunuyan, Mendoza, Argentina.
1953: Sonny Liston KO 1 Don Smith, St. Louis. Liston’s pro debut.
1959: Antonio Esparragoza born in Venezuela.
1965: Lennox Lewis born in West Ham, London, England.
1971: Tokyo, Japan. WBA Featherweight Championship. Antonio Gomez KO 5 Shozo Saijyo. Wins title.
1978: Cartagena, Colombia. WBA Super Bantamweight Championship. Ricardo Cardona W 15 Ruben Valdez. Retains title.
1979: Alexander Povetkin born in Kursk, Russia.
1995: London, England. WBC Heavyweight Championship. Frank Bruno W 12 Oliver McCall. Wins title.
1995: London, England. WBA Light Heavyweight Championship. Virgil Hill W 12 Drake Thadzi. Retains title.
1995: London, England. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Nigel Benn KO 7 Danny Ray Perez. Retains title.
2000: Magdeberg, Germany. IBF Super Middleweight Championship. Sven Ottke W 12 Charles Brewer. Retains title.
2000: El Paso, TX. IBF Junior Lightweight Championship. Diego Corrales KO 3 Angel Manfredy. Retains title.
2000: El Paso, TX.Erik Morales KO 7 Kevin Kelly.
2006: Los Angeles, CA. Samuel Peter W 12 James “Lights Out” Toney.
1896: Hammond, IN. Battling Nelson KO 1 Wallace’s Kid. Nelson’s pro debut.
1903: St. Louis, Missouri. World Featherweight Championship. Abe Attell W 20 Johnny Reagan. Wins vacant title.
1906: Golfield, NV. World Lightweight Championship. Joe Gans WF 42 Battling Nelson. Regains title.
1907: San Francisco, CA. World Lightweight Championship. Joe Gans KO 6 Jimmy Britt. Retains title.
1917: Terre Haute, IN.Mike Gibbons ND 10 Jack Dillon.
1936: New York City, NY. World Lightweight Championship. Lou Ambers W 15 Tony Canzoneri. Wins title.
1936: New York City, NY. New York World Featherweight Championship. Mike Belloise KO 9 Dave Crowley. Wins title.
1940: Pittsburgh, PA. Jimmy Bivins W 10 Charley Burley.
1954: Frankie Duarte born in Santa Monica, California.
1955: Johannesburg, South Africa. World Bantamweight Championship. Robert Cohen D 15 Willie Toweel. Retains title.
1956: Jeff Chandler born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1960: Livingstone Bramble born in Saint Kitts And Nevis.
1965: Nick Rupa born in Trinidad And Tobago.
1973: Vaughn Bean born in Chicago, Illinois..
1983: Marsala, Italy. WBA Welterweight Championship. Donald Curry KO 1 Roger Stafford. Retains title.
1988: Atlantic City. IBF Light Welterweight Championship. Meldrick Taylor KO 12 Buddy McGirt. Wins title.
1993: Damyang, S. Korea. WBA Featherweight Championship. Kyun-Yung Park W 12 Tae-Shik Chun. Retains title.
1994: Neustadt, Austria.Daniel Jimenez KO 1 Harald Geier, Wiener.
1999: Mukdahan, Thailand. WBA Flyweight Championship. Sornpichai Kratingdaeng KO 8 Leo Gamez. Wins title.
2005: Berlin, Germany. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Markus Beyer W 12 Omar Sheika. Retains title.
2011: Biloxi, Mississippi. IBF World Welterweight Championship. Andre Berto KO 5 Jan Zaveck. Wins title.
1912: New York City, NY. Johnny Dundee ND 10 Johnny Kilbane.
1916: Colorado Springs, CO. World Lightweight Championship. Freddie Welsh W 20 Charley White. Retains title.
1916: Cedar Point, OH. World Featherweight Championship. Johnny Kilbane KO 3 George (KO) Chaney. Retains title.
1919: Phil Terranova born in New York City, New York.
1937: Johannesburg, S. Africa. World Featherweight Championship. Petey Sarron W 12 Freddie Miller. Wins title.
1946: Cardiff, Wales. NBA Lightweight Championship. Ike Williams KO 9 Ronnie James. Retains title.
1972: Diobelys Hurtado born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba.
1974: Eidy Moya born in Barcelona, Venezuela
1983: Kiko Bejines dies in Los Angeles from injuries after the vacant WBC Bantamweight fight against Albert Davila. He was 20 years old.
1984: Mexico City, Mexico. Humberto Chiquita Gonzalez W 4 Jorge Ortega. Gonzalez’ pro debut.
1988: Nagoya, Japan. WBC Super Flyweight Championship. Gilberto Roman W 12 Kiyoshi Hatanaka. Retains title.
1988: Surabaya, Indonesia. IBF Super Flyweight Championship. Elly Pical W 12 Ki Chang Kim. Retains title.
1998: Atlantic City, New Jersey. IBF Flyweight Championship. Mark “Too Sharp” Johnson KO 6 Jose Laureano. Retains title.
1999: Magdeburg, Germany. IBF Super Middleweight Championship. Sven Ottke Tech. Dec. 10 Thomas Tate. Retains title.
2004: Las Vegas, Nevada. World Welterweight Championship. Cory Spinks W 12 Miguel Angel Gonzalez. Retains title.
2004: Tijuana, Mexico. WBC Junior Flyweight Championship. Jorge Arce W 12 Juanito Rubillar. Retains title.
2010: Mar Del Plata, Argentina. IBF World light flyweight Championship. Luis Alberto Lazarte W 12 Nerys Espinoz. Retains title.
2010: Cologne, Germany. WBA Super World Middleweight Championship. Felix Sturm W 12 Giovanni Lorenzo. Retains title.
1904: Manchester, NH. Sam Langford D 15 Joe Walcott.
1910: Calgary, Canada. World Featherweight Championship. Abe Attell KO 17 Billy Lauder. Retains title.
1911: New York City, NY. Sam Langford ND 10 Joe Jeannette.
1911: Minneapolis, Minn. Tommy Gibbons’s professional debut. Tommy Gibbons KO 5 Oscar Kelly.
1930: Cleveland, Ohio. World Welterweight Championship. Tommy Freeman W 15 Young Jack Thompson. Wins title.
1973: Javier Jauregui born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
1975: Paul Spadafora born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
1978: Stephane Desormiers born in Terrebonne, Quebec, Canada.
1987: Atlantic City, NJ. WBA Light Heavyweight Championship. Virgil Hill KO 4 Leslie Stewart. Wins title.
1987: Bangkok, Thailand. WBC Flyweight Championship. Sot Chitalada KO 4 Rae Ki Ahn. Retains title.
1987: Quezon City, Philippines. IBF Flyweight Championship. Chang Ho Choi KO 11 Dodie Penalosa. Wins title.
1994: Ike Williams, 71, dies in Los Angeles, CA.
1995: Osaka, Japan. WBA Junior Flyweight Championship. Hi Yong Choi W 12 Keiji Yamaguchi. Retains title.
1998: Teleford, England. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Richie Woodhall W 12 Glenn Catley. Retains title.
1998: Tokyo, Japan. WBA Junior Lightweight Championship. Takanori Hatakeyama W 12 Yong-Soo Choi. Wins title.
1999: Tokyo, Japan. WBC Super Flyweight Championship. Injoo Cho W 12 Keiji Yamaguchi. Retains title.
1867: Tommy “Spider” Kelly born in New York, New York .
1909: Al Singer born in New York, New York.
1910: Boston, Mass. Sam Langford W 15 Joe Jeanette.
1917: Pittsburgh, PA. Harry Greb ND 10 Battling Levinsky.
1917: Charley Burley born in Bessemer, PA.
1920: Benton Harbor, MI. World Heavyweight Championship. Jack Dempsey KO 3 Billy Miske. Retains title.
1920: Benton Harbor, MI. Sam Langford ND 6 Bill Tate.
1920: Benton Harbor, MI. Harry Greb ND 6 Chuck Wiggins.
1944: Philadelphia, PA. Ike Williams W 10 Sammy Angott.
1944: Oakland, CA.Willie Joyce W 10 Chester Slider.
1979: Hacinohe, Japan. WBA Super Bantamweight Championship. Ricardo Cardona W 15 Yukio Segawa. Retains title.
1980: Aarhus, Denmark. WBA Light Middleweight Championship. Ayub Kalule W 15 Bushy Bester. Retains title.
1979: Samuel Peter born in Uyo, Nigeria.
1985: Miami, Florida. WBC Featherweight Championship. Azumah Nelson KO 5 Juvenal Ordenes. Retains title.
1986: Las Vegas, Nevada. IBF Heavyweight Championship. Michael Spinks KO 4 Steffan Tangstad. Retains title.
1986: Las Vegas, Nevada. IBF Light Heavyweight Championship. Bobby Czyz KO 5 Slobodan Kacar. Wins title.
1986: Naples, Italy. WBA Light Welterweight Championship. Patrizio Oliva KO 3 Brian Brunette. Retains title.
1991: Salemi, Italy. IBF Cruiserweight Championship. James Warring KO 1 James Pritchard. Wins title.
1992: Bangkok, Thailand. IBF Strawweight Championship. Manny Melchor W 12 Phalan Lukmingkwan. Wins title.
1996: Atlantic City, NJ. Regilio Tuur KO 1 Jose Vida Ramos.
1996: Buenos Aires, Argentina. Alberto Jimenez D 12 Carlos Salazar.
1997: El Paso, Texas. WBC Super Bantamweight Championship. Erik Morales KO 11 Daniel Zaragoza. Wins title.
2002: Montreal, Quebec. WBC Super Middleweight Championship. Eric Lucas W 12 Omar Sheika. Retains title.
2002: Rangsit, Thailand. WBC Flyweight Championship. Pongsaklek Wongjongkam W 12 Jesus Martinez. Retains title.
2003: Erfurt, Germany. IBF & WBA Super Middleweight Championships. Sven Ottke W 12 Mads Larsen. Retains title.
2014: Mexico City, Mexico. WBA Super World Flyweight & WBO World Flyweight Championships. Juan Francisco Estrada KO 11 Giovani Segura. Retains titles.
2014: Belfast, Northern Ireland. IBF World Super Bantamweight Championship. Carl Frampton W 12 Kiko Martinez. Wins title.