1909 – Born on the 11th of February in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.
1929 – Baer turned professional, progressing steadily through the ranks.
1930 – He fought Frankie Campbell on 25th of August, in San Francisco and in only 2 hits, knocked him out.
1933 – His motion picture debut was in The Prizefighter and the Lady opposite Myrna Loy and Walter Huston.
1934-35 – He held the heavyweight championship, and established a career record of 65 wins, 13 losses, one no-decision, and 50 knockouts. He was Heavyweight Champion of the World when he knocked out Primo Carnera.
1935- Married to Mary Ellen Sullivan, had 3 children, one of them is Max Baer Jr. (Jethro)
Of "The Beverly Hillbillies" fame, from the 1960’s.
1935 – Maximilian one of the greatest upsets in boxing history transpired in Long Island City, New York, when Baer fought down-and-out boxer James J. Braddock.
1959 – Suffered a heart attack and he passed away on 21st of November.
1968 – He was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame.
1984 – World Boxing Hall of Fame.
1995 – International Boxing Hall of Fame.
1998 – Holiday Issue of Ring ranked Max Baer # 20 in "The 50 Greatest Heavyweights of All Time."
2003 – In Ring Magazine’s 100 Greatest Punchers Baer is ranked # 22.