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Chuck Wepner Record

Total Fights52
Title Wins0
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins17
KO Losses9
Chuck Wepner Record & Stats
Chuck Wepner's Record
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      What is Chuck Wepner's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 14 years and one month, Chuck Wepner fought 52 times with 36 wins, 14 losses, and 2 draws.

      Wepner retired from professional boxing with a record of 36-14-2. He was a one-time heavyweight world title challenger. He had a 32.7% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 17 of his total 52 fights being knockout wins. Wepner suffered nine knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Muhammad Ali in a heavyweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Scott Frank on September 26, 1978.

      Some of Wepner's best fights and notable victories include wins over Charley Polite, Randy Neumann, Terry Hinke, Tommy Sheehan, Johnny Dolan, Johnny Evans, and Jerry Tomasetti.

      52Sep 26, 197839Scott FrankLossUD
      51Jun 2, 197839Tom HealyWinTKO5
      50Apr 7, 197839Johnny BlaineWinTKO3
      49May 20, 197738Horst GeislerLossTKO10
      48Feb 19, 197737Mike SchutteLossPTS
      47Oct 2, 197637Duane BobickLossTKO6
      46May 6, 197637Tommy SheehanWinTKO2
      45Nov 29, 197536Johnny DolanWinKO3
      44Nov 13, 197536Johnny EvansWinTKO4
      43Mar 24, 197536Muhammad AliLoss *TKO15
      42Sep 3, 197435Terry HinkeWinTKO11
      41May 23, 197435Charley PoliteWinTKO4
      40Mar 8, 197435Randy NeumannWinTKO6
      39Jan 17, 197434Billy WilliamsWinPTS
      38Jun 23, 197334Ernie TerrellWinPTS
      37Mar 15, 197334Billy MarquartWinPTS
      36Dec 7, 197233John ClohessyWinPTS
      35Apr 15, 197233Randy NeumannWinPTS
      34Dec 9, 197132Randy NeumannLossPTS
      33Oct 14, 197132Mike BoswellWinTKO10
      32Sep 16, 197132Jesse CrownWinKO4
      31Jan 6, 197131Jerry JudgeLossTKO5
      30Sep 8, 197031Joe BugnerLossRTD3
      29Jun 29, 197031Sonny ListonLossRTD9
      28Jan 26, 197030Manuel RamosWinUD
      27Dec 19, 196930Pedro AgostoWinUD
      26Aug 18, 196930George ForemanLossTKO3
      25Jun 22, 196930Jose RomanLossPTS
      24Apr 28, 196930Mike BruceWinPTS
      23Mar 14, 196930Roberto DavilaWinMD
      22Dec 13, 196829Jerry TomasettiWinTKO1
      21Nov 9, 196829Mert BrownfieldWinMD
      20Sep 26, 196829Forest WardWinTKO7
      19May 20, 196829Mike BruceWinPTS
      18Apr 30, 196829Eddie VickWinSD
      17Jan 22, 196828Clay ThomasWinTKO3
      16Nov 27, 196728Charlie HarrisWinTKO6
      15Jul 19, 196728Jerry TomasettiLossTKO5
      14Apr 28, 196728Don McAteerWinTKO7
      13Jan 18, 196727Lou HicksWinUD
      12Oct 21, 196627Dave CentiWinPTS
      11Aug 3, 196627Johnny DeutschWinTKO6
      10Apr 6, 196627Cleo DanielsWinPTS
      9Feb 22, 196626Jerry TomasettiWinUD
      8Jan 7, 196626Buster MathisLossTKO3
      7Oct 19, 196526Bob StallingsLossSD
      6Mar 23, 196526Everett CopelandDrawPTS
      5Jan 19, 196525Ray PattersonWinSD
      4Dec 18, 196425Jerry TomasettiWinUD
      3Oct 27, 196425Everett CopelandDrawPTS
      2Aug 14, 196425Rudy PavesiWinPTS
      1Aug 5, 196425George CooperWinKO3

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Chuck Wepner (The Bayonne Bleeder) is a 85-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in New York, New York, USA on February 26, 1939. He retired without winning a major world title. His professional boxing career spanned more than 14 years — from 1964 to 1978.

      Wepner made his professional boxing debut against George Cooper at the age of 25 on August 5, 1964, defeating Cooper via 3rd round KO.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 36 on March 24, 1975 after 42 professional fights, against Muhammad Ali for the WBA and WBC titles. He lost to Ali via 15th round TKO.

      Wepner had a total of 14 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Scott Frank on September 26, 1978. Wepner lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 45 years, 8 months, and 25 days since this fight.


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