W. J. Miller
W.J. Miller (William J. Miller) fought as an
amateur in the 145 and 158 pound classes. Miller fought out of the Toole
Club near the Pittsburgh area. In January 1913 he won a gold medal by winning
in the Middle Atlantic Amateur Tournament. He won the final in the 158 pound
class. Two months later he fought Greb when they were both amateurs.
Tale Of The Tape
Hometown: Pittsburgh area??
Weight: 145 to 158 pound class
Apr 16 1912 Alvin Kelly Pitts. Win by Decision (during the A.A.U. Middle Atlantic Association Championship Boxing Tournament) 145 pound class
Apr 17 1912 Frank Stypeck Pitts. KO 2 (win) (during the A.A.U. Middle Atlantic Association Championship Boxing Tournament) 145 pound class
Nov 26 1912 C.J. Vencil Pitts. W 3 (amateur tournament took place at Old City Hall.)
Jan ?? 1913 Frank DeCenzo Pitts. W3 (W.J.Miller won the Final in the amateur boxing tournament in Waldemier Hall, Lawrenceville. He won a gold medal in the 158 pound division.)
Mar 10 1913 Harry Greb Pitts. L 3 (this was an amateur bout. Greb started his professional debut later in the year)
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