Jack Johnson (boxer) - Professional Boxing Record

Professional Boxing Record

73 Wins (40 knockouts, 30 decisions, 3 disqualifications), 13 Losses (7 knockouts, 5 decisions, 1 disqualification), 10 Draws, 5 No Contests
Result Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Exhibition 73-13-10 John Ballcort Exh 3 (10) November 27, 1945 New York City, NY
Exhibition 73-13-10 Joe Jeanette Exh 3 (10) November 27, 1945 New York City, NY
Loss 73-13-10 Walter Price KO 7 (10) September 1, 1938 Boston, MA
Win 73-12-10 Dick Anderson KO 3 November 29, 1932 Chicago, IL
Win 72-12-10 Brad Simmons KO 2 April 28, 1931 Wichita, KS
Loss 71-12-10 Brad Simmons Decision 10 March 4, 1931 Tulsa, OK
Loss 71-11-10 Bill Hartwell TKO 6 (10) May 15, 1928 Kansas City, MO Johnson did not continue after the sixth round.
Loss 71-10-10 Bearcat Wright KO 5 (10) April 16, 1928 Topeka, KS Wright's real name was Ed Wright.
Loss 71-9-10 Brad Simmons Decision 10 September 6, 1926 Ponca City, OK
Loss 71-8-10 Battling Norfolk Decision 10 July 1, 1926 Unknown
Loss 71-7-10 Bob Lawson TKO 7 (12) May 30, 1926 Juárez, MEX Johnson did not continue after the seventh round.
Win 71-6-10 Pat Lester Decision 15 May 2, 1926 Nogales, MEX
Win 70-6-10 Homer Smith Decision 10 February 22, 1924 Montreal, CAN
Win 69-6-10 Jack Thompson Decision 12 May 20, 1923 Havana, CUB
Win 68-6-10 Farmer Lodge KO 4 May 6, 1923 Havana, CUB Lodge's real name was Walter Fakeskie.
Win 67-6-10 Joe Boykin KO 5 May 28, 1921 Leavenworth, KS
Win 66-6-10 Jack Townsend KO 6 April 15, 1921 Leavenworth, KS
Win 65-6-10 Jack Johnson Decision 4 November 25, 1920 Leavenworth, KS
Win 64-6-10 Frank Owens KO 6 (6) November 25, 1920 Leavenworth, KS
Win 63-6-10 George Roberts KO 3 September 28, 1920 Tijuana, MEX
Win 62-6-10 Bob Wilson KO 3 April 18, 1920 Mexicali, MEX
Win 61-6-10 Marty Cutler KO 6 (25) September 28, 1919 Mexico City, MEX
Win 60-6-10 Tom Cowler KO 15 (15) August 10, 1919 Nuevo Laredo, MEX
Win 59-6-10 Bob Roper Decision 10 June 22, 1919 Mexico City, MEX
Win 58-6-10 Bill Flint KO 2 February 12, 1919 Madrid, ESP
Win 57-6-10 Blink McCloskey Decision 4 April 3, 1918 Madrid, ESP
Win 56-6-10 Arthur Cravan KO 6 (20) April 23, 1916 Barcelona, ESP
Win 55-6-10 Frank Crozier TKO Unknown March 23, 1916 Madrid, ESP
Loss 54-6-10 Jess Willard KO 26 (45), 1:26 April 5, 1915 Havana, CUB Lost World Heavyweight title.
Win 54-5-10 Jack Murray KO 3 (10) December 15, 1914 Buenos Aires, ARG
Win 53-5-10 Frank Moran Decision 20 June 27, 1914 Paris, FRA Retained World Heavyweight title.
Draw 52-5-10 Jim Johnson Draw 10 December 19, 1913 Paris, FRA Retained World Heavyweight title.
Win 52–5–9 Jim Flynn TKO 9 (45) July 4, 1912 Las Vegas, NV Retained World Heavyweight title.
Win 51–5–9 James J. Jeffries TKO 15 (45), 2:20 July 4, 1910 Reno, NV Retained World Heavyweight title.
Win 50–5–9 Stanley Ketchel KO 12 (15) October 16, 1909 Colma, CA Retained World Heavyweight title.
Win 49–5–9 Al Kaufmann Decision 10 September 9, 1909 San Francisco, CA Retained World Heavyweight title. Decision given
in an Associated Press report.
Win 48–5–9 Tony Ross Decision 6 June 30, 1909 Pittsburgh, PA Retained World Heavyweight title. Decision given
by The Washington Post.
Draw 47–5–9 Jack O'Brien Draw 6 May 19, 1909 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Heavyweight title. Newspapers
reported differing results.
Exhibition 47-5-9 Victor McLaglen Exh 6 March 10, 1909 Ontario, CAN
Win 47–5–8 Tommy Burns Decision 14 December 26, 1908 Sydney, AUS Won World Heavyweight title.
Win 46–5–8 Ben Taylor TKO 8 (20) July 31, 1908 Plymouth, ENG
Win 45–5–8 Jim Flynn KO 11 (45), 1:30 November 6, 1907 San Francisco, CA
Win 44–5–8 Sailor Burke Decision 6 September 12, 1907 Bridgeport, CT Decision given by the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Win 43–5–8 Kid Cutler KO 1 August 28, 1907 Reading, PA
Win 42–5–8 Bob Fitzsimmons KO 2 (6) July 17, 1907 Philadelphia, PA
Win 41–5–8 Bill Lang TKO 9 (20) March 4, 1907 Melbourne, AUS
Win 40–5–8 Peter Felix KO 1 (20) February 19, 1907 Sydney, AUS Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Draw 39–5–8 Joe Jeanette Decision 10 November 26, 1906 Portland, ME Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 39–5–7 Jim Jeffords Decision 6 November 8, 1906 Lancaster, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title. Decision
given by the Philadelphia Item.
Win 38–5–7 Joe Jeanette Decision 6 September 20, 1906 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title. Decision
given by the Kennebec Journal.
Draw 37–5–7 Billy Dunning Draw 10 September 3, 1906 Millinocket, ME
Win 37–5–6 Charlie Haghey KO 2 (12) June 18, 1906 Gloucester, MA
Win 36–5–6 Sam Langford Decision 15 April 26, 1906 Chelsea, MA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 35–5–6 Black Bill KO 7 (10) April 16, 1906 Wilkes-Barre, PA Black Bill's real name was Claude Brooks.
Win 34–5–6 Joe Jeanette Decision 15 March 14, 1906 Baltimore, MD Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 33–5–6 Bob Kerns KO 1 (10) January 26, 1906 Topeka, KS
Win 32–5–6 Joe Jeanette Decision 3 January 16, 1906 New York City, NY Retained World Colored Heavyweight title. Decision
given by the Boston Globe.
NC 31–5–6 Joe Jeanette No decision 6 December 2, 1905 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 31–5–6 Young Peter Jackson Decision 12 December 1, 1905 Baltimore, MD Retained World Colored Heavyweight title. Decision
given by the Durango Democrat and New York World.
Loss 30–5–6 Joe Jeanette Disqualification 2 November 25, 1905 Philadelphia, PA World Colored Heavyweight title was on the line.
Johnson continued to claim the title due to losing by
disqualification.
Win 30–4–6 Joe Grim Decision 6 July 24, 1905 Philadelphia, PA Decision given by the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Win 29–4–6 Sandy Ferguson Disqualification 7 (15) July 18, 1905 Chelsea, MA Ferguson was disqualified for delivering a knee
twice to Johnson's groin.
Win 28–4–6 Morris Harris Decision 3 July 13, 1905 Philadelphia, PA
Win 27–4–6 Black Bill KO 1 (3) July 13, 1905 Philadelphia, PA
Win 26–4–6 Jack Munroe Decision 6 June 26, 1905 Philadelphia, PA Decision given by the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
NC 25–4–6 Joe Jeanette No decision 6 May 19, 1905 Philadelphia, PA
Win 25–4–6 Walter Johnson KO 3 May 9, 1904 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Draw 24–4–6 Joe Jeanette Draw 3 May 9, 1904 Philadelphia, PA The fight was declared even by both the New York
World
and Washington Times.
Win 24–4–5 Black Bill KO 4 (6) May 2, 1904 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 23–4–5 Jim Jeffords KO 4 (6) April 25, 1905 Philadelphia, PA
Loss 22–4–5 Marvin Hart Decision 20 March 28, 1905 San Francisco, CA
Win 22–3–5 Ed Martin KO 2 (20) October 18, 1904 Los Angeles, CA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 21–3–5 Frank Childs Decision 6 June 2, 1904 Chicago, IL Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 20–3–5 Sam McVey KO 20 (20) April 22, 1904 San Francisco, CA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 19–3–5 Black Bill Decision 6 February 15, 1904 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title. Decision
given by the Philadelphia Item.
NC 18–3–5 Sandy Ferguson No contest 5 February 6, 1904 Philadelphia, PA The referee left the ring claiming the fighters were
"faking".
Win 18–3–5 Sandy Ferguson Decision 20 December 11, 1903 Colma, CA
Win 17–3–5 Sam McVey Decision 20 October 27, 1903 Los Angeles, CA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 16–3–5 Sandy Ferguson Decision 6 July 31, 1903 Philadelphia, PA Decision given by the New York World.
Win 15–3–5 Joe Butler KO 3 May 11, 1903 Philadelphia, PA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 14–3–5 Sandy Ferguson Decision 10 April 16, 1903 Boston, MA
Win 13–3–5 Sam McVey Decision 20 February 26, 1903 Los Angeles, CA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 12–3–5 Ed Martin Decision 20 February 5, 1903 Los Angeles, CA Won World Colored Heavyweight title.
Win 11–3–5 Fred Russell Disqualification 8 December 4, 1902 Los Angeles, CA Russell was disqualified for several low blows.
Win 10–3–5 George Gardiner Decision 20 October 31, 1902 San Francisco, CA
Win 9–3–5 Frank Childs TKO 12 October 21, 1902 Los Angeles, CA
Win 8–3–5 Pete Everett Decision 20 September 3, 1902 Victor, CO
Draw 7–3–5 Hank Griffin Draw 20 June 20, 1902 Los Angeles, CA
Win 7–3–4 Jack Jeffries KO 5 May 16, 1902 Los Angeles, CA
Win 6–3–4 Joe Kennedy KO 4 (15) March 7, 1902 Oakland, CA
Win 5–3–4 Dan Murphy KO 10 February 7, 1902 Waterbury, CT
Draw 4–3–4 Hank Griffin Draw 15 December 27, 1901 Oakland, CA
Loss 4–3–3 Hank Griffin Decision 20 November 4, 1901 Bakersfield, CA
Draw 4–2–3 Billy Stift Draw 10 April 26, 1901 Denver, CO
Loss 4–2–2 Joe Choynski KO 3 (20) May 25, 1901 Galveston, TX
Draw 4–1–2 Jim Scanlon Draw 7 January 14, 1901 Galveston, TX
Win 4–1–1 Klondike TKO 14 (20) December 27, 1900 Memphis, TN Klondike's real name was Harry Roscoe "Tim" Moore.
Draw 3–1–1 Klondike Draw 20 June 25, 1900 Galveston, TX
Win 3–1 Jim McCormick Disqualification 6 (20) April 20, 1900 Galveston, TX
NC 2–1 William McNeill No decision 4 April 9, 1900 Galveston, TX
NC 2–1 Jim McCormick No decision 15 March 21, 1900 Galveston, TX
Loss 2–1 Klondike TKO 5 (6) May 8, 1899 Chicago, IL
Win 2–0 Ed Johnson KO 5 November 20, 1897 Galveston, TX Retained Texas State Middleweight title.
Win 1–0 Charley Brooks KO 2 (15) November 1, 1897 Galveston, TX Won Texas State Middleweight title.

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