George Chip

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George Chip
George Chip.jpg
Chip in ca. 1910
Real name George Chipulonis
Nickname(s) none
Rated at Middleweight
Nationality United States Of America
Born (1888-08-25)August 25, 1888
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Died November 8, 1960(1960-11-08) (aged 72)
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 164
Wins 41
Wins by KO 36
Losses 17
Draws 3 + over 100 no-decisions
No contests 1

George Chip (Lit. Jurgis Čepulionis, August 25, 1888 – November 8, 1960) was the World Middleweight Champion from 1913 to 1914.[1]

Professional boxing career[edit]

He was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania but was raised in New Castle, Pennsylvania in what is today the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and most of his matches were in the Pittsburgh area. On 11 October 1913, Chip knocked out Frank Klaus during the sixth round at the championship match at the old Pittsburgh City Hall at Market Square [1]. Less than a year later, Chip lost his title to Al McCoy in a surprise first round knock-out. George Chip died on November 8, 1960 at his adopted hometown of New Castle, Pennsylvania.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Lineal Middleweight Champions". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia. 
Preceded by
Frank Klaus
World Middleweight Champion
October 11, 1913 – April 7, 1914
Succeeded by
Al McCoy

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