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"Il mondo in pugno" L'autobiografia di Nino Benvenuti
 
 
   

" Qualcuno disse che era stato il più bel gancio sinistro che avessi portato nella mia carriera.."

Nino Benvenuti racconta

   
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Date Opponent W-L-D Last 6 Location        
1971-05-08 Carlos Monzon 71-3-9
           
Stade Louis II, Monte Carlo, Monaco L TKO 3 15
~ time: 1:05 | referee: Victor Avendano | judge: Arthur Mercante ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Benvenuti's manager throws in towel. Benvenuti was knocked down once in the 2nd and again in the 3rd. The towel was thrown in after he rose from the 2nd knockdown.
1971-03-17 Jose Roberto Chirino 18-4-4
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy L MD 10 10
~ 46-47 | 46-47 | 46-46 ~
Benvenuti was knocked down twice.
1970-11-07 Carlos Monzon 67-3-9
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy L TKO 12 15
~ referee: Rudolf Drust ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
1970 Fight of the Year - Ring Magazine
1970-09-12 Doyle Baird 30-3-1
           
Calcio Stadio, Bari, Puglia, Italy W TKO 10 10
~ time: 2:03 ~
Baird was knocked down once in the 9th and twice in the 10th.
1970-05-23 Tom Bethea 10-5-1
           
Umag, Croatia W KO 8 15
~ time: 2:43 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
1970-03-13 Tom Bethea 9-5-1
           
Olympic Velodrome, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia L TKO 8 10
~ referee: Billy Rainsbury ~
Benvenuti quits with a rib injury, he had been knocked down in the 7th round.
1969-11-22 Luis Manuel Rodriguez 96-7-0
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 11 15
~ time: 1:08 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Rodriguez knocked out with single left hook
1969-10-04 Fraser Scott 16-0-1
           
San Paolo Stadium, Naples, Campania, Italy W DQ 7 15
~ time: 1:40 | referee: Tony Gillardi ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Scott disqualified for what the Italian referee described as head-butting. Scott argued that he was simply fighting out of a crouch.
1969-05-26 Dick Tiger 58-18-3
           
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, United States L UD 10 10
~ referee: Tony Perez 2-7 | judge: Al Berl 3-6 | judge: Joe Armstrong 4-6 ~
1968-12-14 Don Fullmer 47-13-3
           
Ariston Theatre, San Remo, Liguria, Italy W UD 15 15
~ referee: Piero Brambilla 72-69 | 73-68 | 71-65 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Benvenuti was knocked down in the 7th round.
1968-10-14 Doyle Baird> 22-2-0
           
Rubber Bowl, Akron, Ohio, United States D PTS 10 10
1968-09-17 Art Hernandez 35-10-2
           
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario, Canada W UD 10 10
1968-07-05 Jimmy Ramos 5-6-3
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W TKO 4 10
~ time: 0:30 ~
Ramos quit. He was knocked down twice in the bout.
1968-06-07 Yoshiaki Akasaka 19-12-1
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 2 10
1968-03-04 Emile Griffith 54-8-0
           
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, United States W UD 15 15
~ referee: Johnny LoBianco 8-6 | judge: Frank Forbes 8-6 | judge: Al Berl 7-7 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Griffith was knocked down in the 9th. Al Berl 7-7-1 (9-8, points for Nino based on extra point for knockdown)
1968-01-19 Charley Austin 31-20-4
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1967-09-29 Emile Griffith 52-8-0
           
Shea Stadium, Flushing, Queens, New York, United States L MD 15 15
~ referee: Tom Walsh 7-7 | judge: Johnny Dran 5-9 | judge: Joe Eppy 5-9 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
Benvenuti was knocked down in the 14th.
1967-04-17 Emile Griffith 52-7-0
           
Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, United States W UD 15 15
~ referee: Mark Conn 10-5 | judge: Leo Birnbaum 10-5 | judge: Al Berl 9-6 ~
~ WBC middleweight title ~
~ WBA World middleweight title ~
1967 Fight of the Year - Ring Magazine
Benvenuti was knocked down in the 4th round, Griffith in the 2nd.
1967-03-03 Milo Calhoun 23-7-5
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1967-01-19 Manfred Graus 12-5-3
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W KO 2 10

~ time: 2:40 ~

1966-12-23 Renato Moraes 21-8-2
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 9 10
1966-12-02 Ferd Hernandez 26-6-4
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1966-10-21 Pascal Di Benedetto 21-0-1
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 11 15
~ EBU (European) middleweight title ~
1966-09-23 Harry Scott 24-17-4
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1966-06-25 Ki Soo Kim 22-0-2
           
Changchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea L SD 15 15
~ referee: Nick Pope 68-74 | judge: Yong-Soo Chung 69-72 | judge: Antonio Galardio 72-68 ~
~ WBC light middleweight title ~
~ WBA World light middleweight title ~
1966-05-14 Jupp Elze 27-2-1
           
Deutschlandhalle, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany W TKO 14 15
~ time: 1:27 | referee: George Smith ~
~ EBU (European) middleweight title ~
Elze was knocked down in the 1st and 14th rounds.
1966-03-11 Clarence James 12-5-1
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W PTS 10 10
1966-02-04 Don Fullmer 37-11-3
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 12 12
~ referee: Piero Pica ~
Benvenuti needed 26 stitches to close wounds made by Fullmer's butting.
1965-12-17 Sandro Mazzinghi 41-2-0
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W UD 15 15
~ referee: Giacinto Aniello ~
~ WBC light middleweight title ~
~ WBA World light middleweight title ~
Mazzinghi was knocked down before the end of the 2nd round. The count was at eight, when the bell rang.
1965-11-15 James Shelton 23-15-3
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W PTS 10 10
1965-11-05 Johnny Torres 18-24-6
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W DQ 7 10
1965-10-15 Luis Folledo 85-3-1
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 6 15
~ referee: Ike Powell ~
~ vacant EBU (European) middleweight title ~
Boxing News 22/10/65
1965-08-15 Daniel Leullier 8-21-2
           
Senigallia, Marche, Italy W TKO 7  
1965-06-18 Sandro Mazzinghi 40-1-0
           
San Siro, Milan, Lombardia, Italy W KO 6 15
~ time: 2:40 | referee: Salvatore Brambilla ~
~ WBC light middleweight title ~
~ WBA World light middleweight title ~
1965-04-30 Milo Calhoun 15-2-4
           
Genoa, Liguria, Italy W PTS 10 10
1965-04-02 Garland (Rip) Randall 35-11-5
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
Randall was knocked down for an eight count in the 6th round.
1965-03-18 Dick Knight 19-11-2
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W KO 6 10
1965-02-26 Mick Leahy 46-17-7
           
Milan, Lombardia, Italy W PTS 10 10
1965-02-12 Tommaso Truppi 26-4-2
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W TKO 5 12
~ Italian middleweight title ~
1965-01-22 Art Hernandez 21-1-1
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W TKO 3 10
~ time: 2:20 ~
A cut over Hernandez's left eye, forced the stoppage.
1964-12-19 Carlo Duran 26-3-5
           
Palazzo Dello Sport, Milan, Lombardia, Italy W PTS 10 10
1964-11-27 Aristeo Chavarin 10-8-2
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 4  
1964-10-09 Abrao De Souza 18-2-0
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W DQ 7  
1964-09-18 Denny Moyer 36-15-1
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1964-07-30 Fabio Bettini 20-8-5
           
San Remo, Liguria, Italy W PTS 12 12
~ Italian middleweight title ~
1964-05-28 Jimmy Beecham 40-28-3
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W TKO 2 10
Referee and ringside physician stopped the bout, feeling that Beecham had taken to much punishment.
1964-04-10 Sugar Boy Nando 55-26-5
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1964-03-18 Michel Diouf 43-23-5
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W PTS 10 10
1964-02-28 Memo Ayon 11-3-1
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 5 10
~ time: 0:28 ~
1963-12-13 Ted Wright 45-11-7
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
"The fight"..was dominated by the tigerish Benvenuti, who won the bitter duel by a clear margin." (The Ring, March 1964, page 62)
1963-11-15 Luis Gutierrez 53-6-5
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W TKO 7 10
Benvenuti suffered his first professional knockdown in this bout. Ringside physicians stopped the bout after Gutierrez suffered an apparent broken jaw.
1963-11-07 Jackie Cailleau 9-8-0
           
Prato, Toscana, Italy W PTS 10 10
1963-10-18 Gaspar Ortega 106-27-4
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1963-09-27 Victor Zalazar 31-11-2
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W TKO 2  
1963-09-16 Wilhelm Niederau 4-0-0
       
Prato, Toscana, Italy W TKO 6  
Niederau suffered an injured right hand in 4th
1963-08-31 Francesco Fiori 36-4-1
           
Priverno, Lazio, Italy W TKO 3 12
~ Italian middleweight title ~
Fiori's corner threw in the sponge.
1963-06-07 Tony Montano 33-11-2
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1963-05-23 Jimmy Beecham 40-23-3
           
Flaminio Stadium, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1963-04-24 Jean Ruellet 57-62-20
           
Alessandria, Piemonte, Italy W PTS 10 10
1963-04-05 Georges Estatoff 2-11-2
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W KO 6 10
1963-03-01 Tommaso Truppi 22-1-2
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 11 12
~ vacant Italian middleweight title ~
1962-12-26 Giampaolo Melis 58-19-2
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W KO 2 10
1962-11-30 Isaac Logart 62-18-9
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 10 10
1962-10-18 Daniel Leullier 1-7-1
           
Padua, Veneto, Italy W PTS 10 10
1962-09-28 Diego Infantes 45-8-2
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-08-30 Geppino Gentiletti 27-7-2
           
Senigallia, Marche, Italy W KO 2  
1962-08-02 Mahmout le Noir 3-9-1
           
Lignano, Emilia Romagna, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-07-12 Gino Rossi 32-39-10
           
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy W PTS 10 10
1962-06-22 Heinz Freytag 14-3-2
           
Palazzo Dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-06-02 Jean Ruellet 56-56-19
           
Amiscora Stadium, Cagliari, Sardegna, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-05-01 Hector Constance 29-19-11
           
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy W PTS 10 10
1962-04-13 Jim Hegerle 36-17-3
           
Palazzetto dello Sport, Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 4  
1962-03-17 Gianni Lommi 4-5-1
           
Milan, Lombardia, Italy W KO 5  
1962-03-08 Manfred Haas 30-2-2
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-02-19 Jose Riquelme 0-1-0
 
Palazzetto dello Sport, Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W PTS 8 8
1962-01-19 George Aldridge 29-10-2
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 6  
1961-12-20 Giuseppe Catalano 0-2-1
     
Roma, Lazio, Italy W PTS 8 8
1961-11-09 Jesse Jones 24-12-2
           
Roma, Lazio, Italy W DQ 6  
1961-11-01 Angelo Brisci 27-12-1
           
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy W KO 1  
1961-10-02 Retmia Mahrez 1-5-0
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W TKO 3  
1961-06-17 Marc Desforneaux 2-10-1
           
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy W PTS 6 6
1961-06-07 Henri Cabelduc 26-23-9
           
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W PTS 6 6
1961-05-16 Michel Francois 46-23-2
           
Torino, Piemonte, Italy W KO 4 8
1961-05-03 Daniel Brunet 3-4-0
           
Naples, Campania, Italy W DQ 3  
1961-04-21 Pierre Mondino 22-9-2
           
Florence, Toscana, Italy W PTS 6 6
1961-04-07 Nic Maric 2-5-2
           
PalaLido, Milan, Lombardia, Italy W PTS 6 6
1961-03-14 Sahib Mosri 0-0-0
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italy W KO 3  
1961-02-27 Ben Ali Allala 0-3-0
     
Naples, Campania, Italy W KO 1  
1961-02-10 Nicola Sammartino 0-0-0
Roma, Lazio, Italy W KO 3  
1961-01-20 Ben Ali Allala 0-2-0
   
Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy W PTS 6 6
 
   
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