|Real name||Maxie Berger|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
February 23, 1917|
|Died||August 1, 2000
|Wins by KO||25|
Maxie Berger (February 23 1917 – August 1 2000) was a Canadian boxer who fought as a flyweight, junior welterweight, and welterweight from 1935 – 1946. He squared off against many different Hall of Famers including the likes of Sugar Ray Robinson, Ike Williams, Beau Jack, Fritzie Zivic, Midget Wolgast, and Wesley Ramey. Statistical boxing website BoxRec rates Berger as the 14th best Canadian boxer ever across all weight divisions.
Berger was selected as representative for Canada in the 1934 British Empire Games. He got through to the flyweight amateur finals, but lost a close decision to Joe Palmer of England. The crowd voiced its displeasure with the decision as they thought that Berger had won.
During his career, Berger was recognized by the Montreal Athletic Commission as the Junior Welterweight Champion of the World for 1939; he also won the Canadian Lightweight Title in late 1937.
|Loss||Ike Williams||KO||4 (10)||1945-01-22||Philadelphia Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Loss||Beau Jack||UD||10||1944-02-15||Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio|
|Loss||Fritzie Zivic||PTS||10||1942-04-13||Duquesne Gardens, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
|Loss||Sugar Ray Robinson||TKO||2 (12), 1:43||1942-02-20||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York|
|Win||Wesley Ramey||PTS||8||1939-12-12||New York Coliseum, Bronx, New York|
|Win||Wesley Ramey||UD||10||1939-07-05||Montreal Forum, Montreal, Quebec|
|Loss||Wesley Ramey||PTS||10||1939-03-28||New York Coliseum, Bronx, New York|
|Loss||Wesley Ramey||PTS||8||1939-02-21||New York Coliseum, Bronx, New York|
|Win||Midget Wolgast||PTS||8||1937-07-06||Coney Island Velodrome, Brooklyn, New York|