1908: San Francisco, CA. Sam Langford KO 1 ‘Fireman’ Jim Flynn.
1920: New York City, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Joe Lynch W 15 Pete Herman. Wins title.
1922: Bronx, NY. World Bantamweight Championship. Joe Lynch KO 14 Johnny Buff. Regains title.
1958: Harry Wills, 69, dies in New York City.
1963: Razor Ruddock born in Jamaica.
1966: Eddie Lee Cook born in Saint Louis, Missouri.
1974: San Juan, Costa Rica. World Lightweight Championship. Roberto Duran KO 1 Masataka Takayama. Retains title.
1985: Pesaro, Italy. IBF Light Heavyweight Championship. Slobodan Kacar W 15 Eddie Mustafa Muhammad. Wins vacant title.
1991: Laredo, Texas. IBF Bantamweight Championship. Orlando Canizales KO 11 Ray Minus. Retains title.
1992: Buenos Aires, Argentina. WBA Super Welterweight Championship. Julio Cesar Vasquez KO 1 Hitoshi Kamiyama. Wins vacant title.
1996: Uncasville, CT. IBF Lightweight Championship. Phillip Holiday W 12 Ivan Robinson. Retains title.
1996: Las Vegas, Nevada. WBA Junior Featherweight Championship. Antonio Cermeno W 12 Yuichi Kasai. Retains title.
2013: Buenos Aires, Argentina. WBO World Super Flyweight Championship. Omar Narvaez WKO 7 David Carmona. Retains title.
2013: Leeds, England. IBF World bantamweight Championship. Stuart Hall W 12 Vusi Malinga. Wins title.
2013: Elche, Spain. IBF World Super Bantamweight Championship. Kiko Martinez KO 9 Jeffrey Mathebula. Retains title.
1943: Pedro Adigue born in Palanas, Masbate, Philippines.
1946: Rodrigo Valdez born in Cartagena, Colombia.
1957: Irish Tommy Sullivan dies in Boston, Mass.
1960: Tyrell Biggs born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1991: Bangkok, Thailand. WBA Super Flyweight Championship. Khaosai Galaxy W 12 Armando Castro. Retains title.
1991: Inchon, S. Korea. WBC Super Flyweight Championship. Sung Kil Moon KO 6 Torsak Pongsupa. Retains title.
1991: Inchon, S. Korea. WBC Strawweight Championship. Ricardo Lopez W 12 Kyung Yun Lee, Retains title.
1883: Dixie Kid born Aaron Lister Brown in Fulton, Missouri.
1902: Oakland, CA. World Bantamweight Championship. Harry Forbes KO 7 Frankie Neil. Retains title.
1903: Boston, Mass. Jack Blackburn W 12 Sam Langford.
1909: Barney Ross born Beryl David Rosofsky in New York, New York.
1939: Manila, Philippines. World Middleweight Championship. Ceferino Garcia KO 13 Glenn Lee, Manila. Retains title.
1945: Antonio Cervantes born in in San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia.
1954: Lightweight/welterweight/featherweight boxer Al Foreman dies.
1971: Muhammad Rachman born Mohamad Rachman Sawaludin Bin Suhaimat born in Merauke City, Indonesia.
1981: Yuriorkis Gamboa born in Guantanamo, Cuba.
1985: Bangkok, Thailand. WBA Super Flyweight Championship. Khaosai Galaxy KO 2 Edgar Monserrat. Retains title.
1993: Nagoya, Japan. WBC Bantamweight Championship. Yasuei Yakushiji W 12 Jung-Il Byun. Wins title.
1997: Nagoya, Japan. WBA Super Flyweight Championship. Satoshi Iida W 12 Yokthai Sithoar. Wins title.
1998: Nagoya, Japan. WBA Super Flyweight Championship. Jesus Rojas W 12 Satoshi Iida. Wins title.
2008: Tokyo, Japan. WBC Flyweight Championship. Daisuke Naito KO 11 Shingo Yamaguchi. Retains title.
2010: Osaka, Japan. WBA World Super Flyweight Championship. Hugo Fidel Cazares W 12 Hiroyuki Hisataka. Retains title.
2011: Bangkok, Thailand. WBC World Light Flyweight Championship. Kompayak Porpramook WKO 10 Adrian Hernandez. Wins title.
2011: Bangkok, Thailand. WBC World Flyweight Championship. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam TD 1 Hirofumi Mukai. Retains title.
1934: Paris, France. Freddie Miller W 10 Panama Al Brown.
1951: 1951: Marvin Camel born in Ronan, Montana.
1979: Julio Diaz born in Jiquilpan, Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico.
1983: Seoul, S. Korea. IBF Flyweight Championship. Soon Chun Kwon KO 5 Rene Busayong. Wins vacant title.
1884: Samuel Berger born in Chicago, Illinois.
1885: Jimmy Gardner born in Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, Ireland.
1905: Lawrence, MA. Joe Jeanette KO 8 Sam Langford.
1923: Pittsburgh, PA. Harry Greb W 10 Tommy Loughran.
1933: Philadelphia, PA. World Junior Lightweight Championship. Frankie Klick KO 7 Kid Chocolate. Wins title.
1975: Yokthai Sithoar born in Chonburi, Thailand.
1977: Israel Vasquez born in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
1904: Young Stribling born William Lawrence Stribling Jr. in Bainbridge, Georgia.
1908: Sydney, Australia. World Heavyweight Championship. Jack Johnson KO 14 Tommy Burns. Wins title. Johnson becomes the first black man to win the World Heavyweight Title.
1912: Sydney, Australia. Sam Langford KO 13 Sam McVey.
1930: New York City, NY. NBA Flyweight Championship. Frankie Genaro D 15 Midget Wolgast. Retains title.
1945: Jack Bernstein, also known as “John Dodick,” “Kid Murphy,” and Young Murphy,” dies in New York.
1964: Tracy Harris Patterson born in Patterson Grady, Alabama.
1986: West Orange, NJ. IBF Light Heavyweight Championship. Bobby Czyz KO 1 David Sears. Retains title.
1994: Rayong, Thailand. WBA Flyweight Championship. Saensor Ploenchit KO 11 Danny Nunez. Retains title.
2010: Saitama, Japan. WBA World Flyweight Championship. Daiki Kameda W 12 Silvio Olteanu. Retains title.
1943: New Orleans, LA. NBA Featherweight Championship. Phil Terranova KO 6 Jackie Callura. Retains title.
1957:Tim Witherspoon born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1957: Pipino Cuevas, born Isidro Pipino Cuevas Gonzalez, in Santo Tomas de Los Platanos, México.
1965: Matthew Hilton born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
1966: Frankie Genaro, 65, dies in Staten Island, New York City, NY.
1966: Cocoa Kid, born Herbert Lewis Hardwick, dies in New Haven, Connecticut.
1987: Pohang, S. Korea. IBF Super Bantamweight Championship. Seung Hoon Lee W 15 Jose Sanabria. Retains title.
1995: Veteran trainer Joey Fariello, 58, dies in New York City of complications following a stroke.
2006: Jakarta, Indonesia. IBF Strawweight Championship. Muhammad Rachman KO 7 Benjie Sorolla. Retains title.