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Boxing’s Biggest Winners & Losers & Those Active Today!

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By Ken Hissner: Boxers winning 100 or more fights seem to be over. The days of the boxers losing 100 or more fights are still happening. Only 10 active with 50 or more wins.

Boxing Historian Henry Hascup supplied the winners, Ken Hissner the losers along with boxers active with 50 or more wins.

The top 20 winners are:

Len Wickwar, 340-87-43, Leicester, UK, drew with Sonny Lee 154-53-5, Chuck Parker, 101-42-14, defeated Harry Mason, 129-40-15, Arthur Sadd, 58-4-8

Wildcat “The Golden Sapdstorm” Monte, 265-66-34, Wichita Falls, TX
Harry “Pittsburgh Windmill” Greb, 262-17-18, Pittsburgh, PA, world middleweight champion 1923-1926, and only boxer to defeat then light heavy and later become world heavyweight champion Gene Tunney.  BHOF inductee

Bill Bird, 260-73-20, Chelsea, London, UK

Young “King of the Canebrakes” Stribling, 256-16-17, Macon, GA, IBHOF inductee

Jack Britton, 237-60-43, Clinton, NY defeated Maxie Rosenbloom, then 170-31-17, IBHOF inductee

Ted “The Aldgate Sphinx” Kid Lewis, 230-46-23, St. George’s, London, UK, IBHOF inductee, British and European champ

Willie “Will o’ the Wisp” Pep, 229-11-1, Rocky Hill, CT, IBHOF inductee, and two-time world featherweight champion

Maxie “Slapsie Maxie” Rosenbloom, 224-44-28, New York, NY, IBHOF inductee

Sam “The Boston Bonecrusher” Langford, 211-44-53, Boston, MASS, IBHOF inductee, the only man heavy champ Jack Dempsey said he feared. Defeated lightweight champ Joe Gans in a non-title bout and a draw with welterweight champ Joe Walcott in a non-title bout

Freddie Miller, 210-30-7, Cincinnati, OH, IBHOF inductee

George Rose, 208-38-4, Bristol, UK, defeated Len Wickwar, then 205-59-32; George Bunter, 63-13-6; Arthur “Ginger” Saad, 67-8-8 and Dick Stubbings, 91-32-22.

World Junior Lightweight champion Johnny “Scotch Wop” Dundee, 200-73-46, Italy and NY, IBHOF inductee, defeated Eddie Martin, 79-9-3, and Jack Bernstein, 44-6-5.

Battling Levinsky (Barney Williams), 196-54-38, Phila., PA, IBHOF inductee, defeated Mike McTigue, 74-21-6; Leo Houck, 114-26-23 and Gunboat Smith, 71-21-7.

George “Tishy” Marsden, 196-101-41, Nottingham, UK, defeated Cuthbert Taylor, 127-63-20, and Harry Edwards, 90-48-18.

Kid “Kid Chino” Azteca, 193-43-11, Mexico City, MEX, fought in five decades. Defeated Fritzie Zivic, 156-64-9; Eddie Cerda, 102-48-20 and Bill McDowell, 86-44-18.

Benny “Little Fish” Bass, 191-41-9, UKR and Phila., PA, IBHOF inductee. Defeated Tony Falco, 81-22-6; Eddie Cool, 74-16-9; Eddie Shea, 96-32-6; Johnny Jadick, 89-27-5 and Jimmy Leto, 86-10-10.

Alabama Kid, 191-59-21, Dover, OH. Defeated Arturo Godoy, 86-19-9; Ron Richards, 94-23-9 and Gorilla Jones, 122-30-16.

Jim Learoyd, 178-51-28, Leeds, UK. Defeated Harry Corbett, 140-46-23; Len Wickwar, 130-32-20; Dom Vollante, 88-22-9 and Johnny Ginger Curley, 124-26-16.

World Light Heavyweight champion Jack “Hoosier Bearcat” Dillon, 188-29-31. IBHOF inductee. Defeated Al McCoy, 79-38-32, and Jack McCarron, 85-16-26.

The Top 20 Losers:

Kristian ‘Mr. Reliable’ Laight, 12-279-9, Nuneaton, UK
Reggie “Raglin” Strickland, 66-276-17, Indianapolis, IND
Kevin McCauley, 15-224-12, Stourbridge, UK still active
Jason Nesbitt, 10-198-4, Birmingham, UK
Tiger Bert Ison, 116-184-40, Leicester, UK
Ibrar ‘Smokin’ Riyaz, 6-180-4, Reading, UK
Arnold “Kid” Sheppard, 98-172-39, Ferndale, Wales
Simmie “Spider” Black, 33-170-3, Little Rock, ARK
Donnie “The Spoiler” Penelton, 13-167-6, Milwaukee, WI
William ‘Warby’ Warburton, 27-164-10, Atherton, UK
Delroy Spencer, 14-156-3, Wolverhampton, UK
Lewis Van Poetsch, 14-152-4, Lydney, UK, still active
Matt Seawright, 5-146-5, Tamworth, UK
Billy Smith, 13-145-2, Lianelli, Wales
Jamie “Devil Child” Quinn, 10-143-2, Stockport, UK, still active
Fonz Alexander, 8-143, Newark, UK, still active
Ernie “Gypsy Boy” Smith, 13-142-5, Stourport-on-seven, UK
Karl “Plug” Taylor, 16-142-7, Laywood BC, UK
Brian Coleman, 24-141-7, Birmingham, UK
Mazen Girke, 15-140-6, Mitte, Berlin, GER

Active 10 with 50 or More Wins:

Roy Jones, Jr., 66-10, Pensacola, FL
Miguel “Mickey” Roman, 65-14, Ciudad Juarez, MEX
Krzysztof “Diablo” Wlodacrzyk, 61-4-1, Warsaw, POL
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, 59-2-2, Guadalajara, MEX
Newaphon Kaikanha, 58-2-1, Bangkok, TH
Rene Huebner, 54-19-2, Berlin, GER
Firat Arslan, 53-9-3, Suessen, GER
Robin Krasniqi, 52-7, Gersthofen, GER
Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, 51-4, Managua, NIC
Wisaksil Wangek, 51-6-1, Si Sa Ket, TH

Adding Losers:

Bheki Moyo 0-73-2 from ZIM/UK, and Genadij Kravenski, ROM 0-51, still active.


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