|Real name||José Pérez Flores|
Benny Kid Roy
|Rated at||Light Welterweight|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Reach||68 in (173 cm)|
October 21, 1910|
Laredo, Texas, U.S.
|Died||August 27, 1994(aged 83)|
|Wins by KO||10|
Shaw made his pro debut at the age of 16. He mostly fought out of Louisiana. He became the World Light Welterweight Champion after decisioning Johnny Jadick in 1933. He also fought fellow Mexican fighter and hall of famer Kid Azteca, although the exact date is unknown. He was trained and managed by Emile Bruneau (WBA President '62-66).
- List of lineal boxing world champions
- List of light welterweight boxing champions
- List of undisputed boxing champions
- List of Mexican boxing world champions
- "Muy Grande Great: The Story of Battling Shaw". The Cruelest Sport.
- "Battling Shaw - Lineal Junior Welterweight Champion". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia.
- Professional boxing record for Battling Shaw from BoxRec
- Article on Shaw at age 80
- Battling Shaw - CBZ Profile
|World Light Welterweight Champion
20 Feb 1933–21 May 1933
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