Former boxing great Emile Griffith dies at 75

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Emile Griffith’s Career Record
The Associated Press

85-24-2 (23 KO)
1958

Jun 2 Joe Parham, New York W 4

Jun 23 Bobby Gibson, New York W 4

Jul 21 Tommy Leaks, New York W 4

Oct 6 Art Cunningham, New York W 6

Nov 17 Sergio Rios, New York KO 3

Dec 15 Larry Jones, New York KO 5

1959

Jan 26 Gaylord Barnes, New York KO 5

Feb 9 Willie Johnson, New York KO 5

Feb 23 Barry Allison, New York KO 5

Mar 23 Bobby Shell, New York W 10

Apr 27 Mel Barker, New York W 10

May 25 Willie Stevenson, New York W 10

Aug 7 Kid Fichique, New York W 10

Oct 26 Randy Sandy, New York L 10

Nov 23 Ray Lancaster, New York TKO 7

1960

Jan 8 Roberto Pena, New York W 10

Feb 12 Gaspar Ortega, New York W 10

Mar 11 Denny Moyer, New York W 10

Apr 26 Denny Moyer, Portland L 10

Jun 3 Jorge Fernandez, New York W 10

Jul 25 Jorge Fernandez, New York W 10

Aug 25 Florentino Fernandez, New York W 10

Oct 22 Willie Toweel, New York TKO 8

Dec 17 Luis Rodriquez, New York W 10

1961

Apr 1 Benny Paret, Miami Beach KO 13 (won World Welterweight title)

Jun 3 Gaspar Ortega, Los Angeles TKO 12 (retained World Welterweight title)

Jul 29 Yama Bahama, New York W 10

Sep 30 Benny Paret, New York L 15 (lost World Welterweight title)

Nov 4 Stanford Bulla, Hamilton TKO 4

Dec 23 Isaac Logart, New York W 10

1962

Feb 3 Johnny Torres, St. Thomas W 10

Mar 24 Benny Paret, New York TKO 12 (regained World Welterweight title)

Jul 13 Ralph Dupas, Las Vegas W 15 (retained World Welterweight title)

Aug 18 Denny Moyer, Tacoma W 10

Oct 6 Don Fullmer, New York W 10

Oct 17 Ted Wright, Vienna W 15 (won vacant EBU World Junior Middleweight title)

Dec 8 Jorge Fernandez, Las Vegas TKO 9 (retained World Welterweight title)

1963

Feb 3 Chris Christensen, Copenhagen TKO 9 (retained EBU World Junior Middleweight title)

Mar 21 Luis Rodriguez, Los Angeles L 15 (lost World Welterweight title)

Jun 8 Luis Rodriguez, New York W 15 (regained World Welterweight title)

Aug 10 Holley Mims, Saratoga Springs W 10

Oct 5 Jose Gonzalez, San Juan W 10

Dec 20 Ruben Carter, Pittsburgh TKO by 1

1964

Feb 10 Ralph Dupas, Sydney KO 3

Mar 11 Juan Carlos Duran, Rome No Contest 7

Apr 14 Stan Harrington, Honolulu KO 4

Jun 12 Luis Rodriguez, Las Vegas W 15 (retained World Welterweight title)

Sep 22 Brian Curvis, Wembley W 15 (retained World Welterweight title)

Dec 1 Dave Charnley, Wembley TKO 9

1965

Jan 26 Manuel Gonzalez, Houston L 10

Mar 30 Jose Stable, New York W 15 (retained World Welterweight title)

Jun 14 Eddie Pace, Honolulu W 10

Aug 20 Don Fullmer, Salt Lake City L 12 (for WBA American Middleweight title)

Sep 14 Gabe Terronez, Fresno KO 4

Oct 4 Harry Scott, Kensington TKO 7

Dec 10 Manuel Gonzalez, New York W 15 (retained World Welterweight title)

1966

Feb 3 Johnny Brooks, Las Vegas W 10

Apr 25 Dick Tiger, New York W 15 (won World Middleweight title)

Jul 13 Joey Archer, New York W 15 (retained World Middleweight title)

1967

Jan 23 Joey Archer, New York W 15 (retained World Middleweight title)

Apr 17 Nino Benvenuti, New York L 15 (lost World Middleweight title)

Sep 29 Nino Benvenuti, Flushing W 15 (regained World Middleweight title)

Dec 15 Remo Golfatini, Rome KO 6

1968

Mar 4 Nino Benvenuti, New York L 15 (lost World Middleweight title)

Jun 11 Andy Heilman, Oakland W 12

Aug 6 Gypsy Joe Harris, Philadelphia W 12

1969

Feb 3 Andy Heilman, New York W 10

May 12 Stan Hayward, New York W 12

Jul 11 Dick DiVeronica, Syracuse TKO 7

Aug 15 Art Hernandez, Sioux Falls W 10

Oct 18 Jose Napoles, Los Angeles L 15 (for World Welterweight title)

1970

Jan 28 Doyle Baird, Cleveland W 10

Mar 11 Carlos Marks, New York W 12

Jun 4 Tom Bogs, Copenhagen W 10

Jul 15 Dick Tiger, New York W 10

Oct 17 Danny Perez, St. Thomas W 10

Nov 10 Nate Collins, San Francisco W 10

1971

Mar 23 Rafael Gutierrez, San Francisco W 10

Apr 10 Juan Ramos, St. Thomas KO 2

May 3 Ernie Lopez, Las Vegas W 10

Jul 26 Nessim Cohen, New York W 10

Sep 25 Carlos Monzon, Buenos Aires TKO by 14 (for World Middleweight title)

Dec 10 Danny McAloon, New York W 10

1972

Jan 31 Armando Muniz, Anaheim W 10

Feb 21 Jacques Kechichian, Paris W 10

Mar 30 Ernie Lopez, Los Angeles W 10

Sep 16 Joe DeNucci, Boston W 10

Oct 11 Joe DeNucci, Boston W 12

Dec 18 Jean-Claude Bouttier, Paris L DQ 7

1973

Mar 12 Nessim Cohen, Paris D 10

Jun 2 Carlos Monzon, Monte Carlo L 15 (for World Middleweight title)

Nov 2 Manuel Gonzalez, Tampa, Fla. W 10

Nov 19 Tony Mundine, Paris L 10

1974

Feb 5 Tony Licata, Boston L 12 (for vacant NABF Middleweight title)

May 25 Renato Garcia, Monte Carlo W 10

Oct 9 Bennie Briscoe, Philadelphia W 10

Nov 22 Vito Antuofermo, New York L 10

Dec 10 Donato Paduano, Montreal W 10

1975

May 31 Juan Carlos Duran, Cali L 10

Jul 23 Leo Saenz, Landover, Md. W 10

Aug 9 Elijah Makhatini, Johannesburg L 10

Nov 7 Jose Chirino, Albany, N.Y. W 10

1976

Feb 9 Loucif Hamani, Paris L 10

Jun 26 Bennie Brisoce, Monte Carlo D 10

Sep 18 Eckhart Dagge, Berlin L 15

(for WBC Junior Middleweight title)

Oct 24 Dino Del Cid, Cartagena TKO 4

Dec 4 Frank Reiche, Hamburg TKO 10

1977

Feb 2 Christy Elliott, New York W 10

Apr 15 Joel Bonnetaz, Perigueux L 10

Jul 19 Mayfield Pennington, Louisville L 10

Jul 30 Alan Minter, Monte Carlo L 10

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