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Beau Jack

Born: 1921 AD
Died: 2000 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Boxer

1921 – Born on the 1st of April in Augusta, Georgia.

1940 – Jack turned professional and began his career fighting in Massachusetts where he established a record of 27-4-2.

1941 – Moved to New York in August where he continued boxing.

1942 – Jack fight against Allie Stolz to decide who would challenge for the New York version of the world title.

1944 – The famous fight of Jack’s career was his fourth battle with Montgomery on 4th of August, so-called "War Bonds Fight".

         – Beau Jack was the Ring Magazine fighter of the year.

1948 – Fought another hall-of-famer: Ike Williams, but he is unlucky enough to win, he was knocked out in the

sixth round.

1958 – The third fight, on 12th of August with Ike Williams marked the end of Jack’s career.

1991 – Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

2000 – Jack suffered from pugilistic Parkinson’s syndrome and died on the 9th of February.