|Real name||James Warnock|
|Wins by KO||24|
Jimmy Warnock began his early boxing career at Belfast's Chapel Fields in prize fights organised by Clara Copley. In the 1930s he beat undisputed world flyweight champion Benny Lynch on points twice - on 2 March 1936 at the King's Hall, Belfast and again on 2 June 1937 in front of 16,000 people in torrential rain at Parkhead stadium in Glasgow.
He was one of three boxing brothers, including Billy Warnock.
- Belfast Telegraph, Down Memory Lane
- The Fighting Life of the Warnocks (1936) Article.
- List of pre-war boxers in UK
- Belfast Cathedral Artists & Sculptors page - reference to Warnock's bust by Morris Harding
- article about John Thomas Whalley who fought Jimmy Warnock
- Article about the night the lights went out in the King's Hall, Belfast
- Benny: The Life and Times of a Fighting Legend - by John Burrowes ISBN 978-1-84018-661-1
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