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George Chuvalo Record

Total Fights93
Title Wins0
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins64
KO Losses2
George Chuvalo Record & Stats
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George Chuvalo's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is George Chuvalo's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 22 years and seven months, George Chuvalo fought 93 times with 73 wins, 18 losses, and 2 draws.

      Chuvalo retired from professional boxing with a record of 73-18-2. He was a two-time heavyweight world title challenger. He had a 68.8% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 64 of his total 93 fights being knockout wins. Chuvalo suffered two knockout losses, both of which were in non-title fights.

      His last fight was a 3rd round TKO victory over George Jerome on December 11, 1978.

      Some of Chuvalo's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Tommy Burns, Jerry Quarry and Cleveland Williams.

      93Dec 11, 197841George JeromeWinTKO3
      92Dec 8, 197740Earl McLeayWinTKO1
      91Mar 7, 197739Bob FelsteinWinKO9
      90Oct 30, 197336Mike BoswellWinKO7
      89Sep 25, 197336Tony VenturaWinTKO3
      88Sep 5, 197234Charlie BostonWinKO2
      87Aug 10, 197234Tommy BurnsWinKO1
      86May 1, 197234Muhammad AliLossUD
      85Feb 21, 197234Jim ChristopherWinKO2
      84Jan 28, 197234Charley ChaseWinTKO6
      83Nov 17, 197134Cleveland WilliamsWinUD
      82May 10, 197133Jimmy EllisLossUD
      81Dec 11, 197033Charles CoutureWinKO2
      80Nov 5, 197033Tony VenturaWinTKO4
      79Oct 24, 197033Tommy BurnsWinKO1
      78Aug 15, 197032Mike BruceWinKO2
      77Aug 4, 197032George ForemanLossTKO3
      76Jun 30, 197032Charlie RenoWinKO3
      75May 10, 197032Gino RicciWinTKO1
      74May 1, 197032Willie TigerWinKO10
      73Dec 12, 196932Jerry QuarryWinKO7
      72Nov 16, 196932Leslie BordenWinTKO3
      71Sep 8, 196931Stamford HarrisWinTKO3
      70Feb 3, 196931Buster MathisLossUD
      69Nov 12, 196831Dante CaneWinTKO7
      68Sep 26, 196831Manuel RamosWinTKO5
      67Sep 17, 196831Vic BrownWinTKO3
      66Sep 3, 196830Levi ForteWinTKO2
      65Jun 30, 196830Johnny FeathermanWinKO1
      64Jun 5, 196830Jean-Claude RoyWinUD
      63Jul 19, 196729Joe FrazierLossTKO4
      62Jun 22, 196729Archie RayWinTKO2
      61May 27, 196729Willi BesmanoffWinTKO3
      60Apr 4, 196729Willi BesmanoffWinTKO3
      59Mar 20, 196729Buddy MooreWinKO2
      58Feb 22, 196729Dick WippermanWinTKO3
      57Jan 16, 196729Vic BrownWinKO4
      56Dec 16, 196629Willie McCormickWinKO3
      55Nov 28, 196629Dave RussellWinTKO2
      54Nov 21, 196629Boston JacobsWinTKO3
      53Oct 12, 196629Dick WippermanWinTKO5
      52Sep 15, 196629Bob AveryWinTKO2
      51Aug 16, 196628Mel TurnbowWinKO7
      50Jun 23, 196628Oscar BonavenaLossMD
      49May 15, 196628Levi ForteWinTKO2
      48Mar 29, 196628Muhammad AliLoss *UD
      47Jan 25, 196628Eduardo CorlettiLossPTS
      46Dec 7, 196528Joe BygravesWinPTS
      45Nov 1, 196528Ernie TerrellLoss *UD
      44Aug 17, 196527Orvin VeazeyWinKO2
      43Jun 30, 196527Dave BaileyWinKO3
      42Jun 7, 196527Ed Sonny AndrewsWinTKO1
      41Apr 19, 196527Bill NielsenWinTKO8
      40Feb 1, 196527Floyd PattersonLossUD
      39Nov 10, 196427Calvin ButlerWinKO3
      38Oct 2, 196427Doug JonesWinTKO11
      37Jul 27, 196426Don ProutWinTKO3
      36Mar 18, 196426Hugh MercierWinKO1
      35Jan 17, 196426Zora FolleyLossUD
      34Nov 8, 196326Tony AlongiDrawPTS
      33Sep 27, 196326Mike DeJohnWinMD
      32May 18, 196325Lloyd WashingtonWinKO2
      31Apr 29, 196325Chico GardnerWinKO4
      30Apr 22, 196325James WakefieldWinTKO6
      29Mar 15, 196325Rico BrooksWinTKO2
      28Oct 2, 196124Joe ErskineLossDQ
      27Aug 8, 196123Bob ClerouxLossSD
      26Jun 27, 196123Willi BesmanoffWinTKO4
      25Mar 27, 196123Alex MiteffWinSD
      24Nov 23, 196023Bob ClerouxWinUD
      23Aug 17, 196022Bob ClerouxLossSD
      22Jul 19, 196022Pete RademacherLossUD
      21Nov 17, 195922Yvon DurelleWinKO12
      20Sep 14, 195922Frankie DanielsWinTKO7
      19Oct 17, 195821Pat McMurtryLossUD
      18Sep 15, 195821James J. ParkerWinKO1
      17Jun 16, 195820Alex MiteffDrawPTS
      16Apr 21, 195820Howard KingWinKO2
      15Jan 27, 195820Julio MederosWinUD
      14Sep 9, 195719Bob BakerLossUD
      13Jun 6, 195719Joe SchmolzeWinKO4
      12Apr 22, 195719Emil BrtkoWinTKO2
      11Mar 25, 195719Moses GrahamWinKO2
      10Mar 4, 195719Walter HaferWinKO3
      9Jan 14, 195719Sid RussellWinKO1
      8Nov 19, 195619Bob BiehlerWinUD
      7Oct 22, 195619Howard KingLossSD
      6Sep 10, 195618Joe EvansWinKO1
      5Jun 11, 195618John ArthurWinUD
      4Apr 23, 195618Ed McGeeWinKO1
      3Apr 23, 195618Ross GregoryWinKO1
      2Apr 23, 195618Jim LeonardWinKO2
      1Apr 23, 195618Gordon BaldwinWinTKO2

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      George Chuvalo is a 86-year old retired Canadian professional boxer. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on September 12, 1937. He retired without winning a major world title. His professional boxing career spanned more than 22 years — from 1956 to 1978.

      Chuvalo made his professional boxing debut against Gordon Baldwin at the age of 18 on April 23, 1956, defeating Baldwin via 2nd round TKO. He went on to win 5 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 4 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 28 on November 1, 1965 after 44 professional fights, against Ernie Terrell for the WBA title. He lost to Terrell via 15 round unanimous decision.

      Chuvalo had a total of 18 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against George Jerome on December 11, 1978. Chuvalo won the fight via 3rd round TKO. It's been 45 years, 5 months, and 13 days since this fight.


      Chuvalo fought a total of 93 times during his professional career, which includes 2 world-title fights at the heavyweight division. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • November 1, 1965: In his first world-title fight, George Chuvalo loses to Ernie Terrell via 15 round unanimous decision. He was fighting for the WBA heavyweight title.

      • November 17, 1971: George Chuvalo beats Cleveland Williams via 10th round unanimous decision.


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