Giuseppe Ros

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Statistics
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Nationality  Italy
Born 22 September 1942 (1942-09-22) (age 74)
Mareno di Piave, Italy
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 60
Wins 42
Wins by KO 24
Losses 16
Draws 2

Giuseppe "Bepi" Ros (born 22 September 1942) is a former heavyweight boxer. After winning a bronze medal at the 1964 Olympics[1] he turned professional, and spent most of career fighting in Italy. He retired in 1976.[2]

Professional boxing record[edit]

42 Wins (24 knockouts, 17 decisions, 1 DQ), 16 Losses (1 knockout, 15 decisions), 2 Draws [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 21-0 Italy Alfio Righetti PTS 8 17 December 1976 Italy Milan, Lombardy
Loss 40-13-5 Italy Dante Crane PTS 12 30 September 1976 Italy Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna Italy Heavyweight Title.
Loss 31-5-1 South Africa Mike Schutte PTS 10 9 July 1976 South Africa West Ridge Tennis Stadium, Durban, South Africa
Loss 4-0-1 Uruguay Alfredo Evangelista PTS 8 2 April 1976 Spain Madrid
Win 50-8-4 Spain Jose Manuel Urtain PTS 8 5 December 1975 Spain Madrid
Loss 13-1 Norway Bjorn Rudi PTS 8 25 September 1975 Norway Messehallen, Oslo
Loss 13-0-1 Italy Lorenzo Zanon PTS 12 26 May 1975 Italy Milan, Lombardy Italy Heavyweight Title.
Loss 17-1-1 Germany Bernd August PTS 8 18 March 1975 Germany Berlin
Win 10-10 Mexico Alfredo Mongol Ortiz TKO 5 14 December 1974 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 10-8 Mexico Alfredo Mongol Ortiz PTS 8 21 September 1974 Italy Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Draw 36-11-4 Italy Dante Cane PTS 12 26 July 1974 Italy Conegliano, Veneto Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 15-28-3 United States Charley Polite PTS 10 19 April 1974 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 10-16-2 United States Rico Brooks KO 5 1 March 1974 Italy Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Draw 11-21-3 Italy Vasco Faustino PTS 10 26 December 1973 Italy Bologna, Emilia-Romagna
Loss 43-6-1 Australia Joe Bugner UD 15 2 October 1973 United Kingdom Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London EBU Heavyweight Title. 70-72, 68-74, 63-75.
Win 50-17-14 Argentina Miguel Angel Paez PTS 8 25 May 1973 Italy Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna
Win 8-0 Mexico Alfredo Mongol Ortiz PTS 10 7 April 1973 Italy Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Win 31-1 Italy Mario Baruzzi TKO 4 26 December 1972 Italy Rome, Lazio Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 7-15 United States Johnny MacArthur Swindell TKO 6 30 September 1972 Italy Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Win 33-8-4 Italy Dante Cane PTS 12 8 July 1972 Italy Conegliano, Veneto Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 10-12-2 Italy Vasco Faustino PTS 10 29 April 1972 Italy Schio, Veneto
Win 14-3-1 Italy Armando Zanini TKO 7 18 March 1972 Italy Sirmione, Lombardy Italy Heavyweight Title.
Loss 27-1 United States Mac Foster KO 8 26 December 1971 Switzerland Hallenstadion, Zurich
Win 6-5-1 United States Rene Kinsey TKO 2 26 November 1971 Italy Turin, Piedmont
Loss 28-7-4 Italy Dante Cane PTS 12 2 October 1971 Italy Bologna, Emilia-Romagna Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 7-3-1 Trinidad and Tobago Wendell Joseph PTS 10 4 September 1971 Italy Conegliano, Veneto
Win 0-4 Venezuela Danny Machado TKO 3 10 July 1971 Italy Conegliano, Veneto
Win 22-0 Italy Mario Baruzzi KO 12 23 April 1971 Italy Bologna, Emilia-Romagna Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 21-36 United States Ollie Wilson PTS 8 6 March 1971 Italy Palazzetto dello Sport, Rome, Lazio
Win 4-11-1 Aruba Ireno Werleman KO 1 26 December 1970 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Loss 19-0 Italy Mario Baruzzi PTS 12 18 November 1970 Italy Turin, Piedmont Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 4-3-2 Brazil Getulio Bueno PTS 8 14 October 1970 Italy Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Win 3-5 Hungary Ferenc Kristofcsak KO 4 31 July 1970 Italy Conegliano, Veneto
Win -- United States Willie Moore PTS 8 27 June 1970 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 26-6-4 Italy Dante Cane KO 11 15 May 1970 Italy Bologna, Emilia-Romagna Italy Heavyweight Title.
Win 5-5-1 Germany Peter Schulze TKO 8 21 February 1970 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 3-7 Germany Burghard Lembke PTS 6 2 October 1969 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Loss 13-7 Antigua and Barbuda Rocky Campbell PTS 8 14 September 1968 Italy Crispiano, Apulia
Loss 11-5-5 Germany Juergen Blin PTS 8 15 December 1967 Germany Sporthalle, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia
Loss 25-3 Wales Carl Gizzi PTS 8 14 October 1967 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 8-3-2 Italy Ermanno Festorazzi KO 7 13 August 1967 Italy Senigallia, Marche
Win 29-39-6 Spain Jose Mariano Moracia Ibanes PTS 8 28 June 1967 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Loss 23-3 Wales Carl Gizzi PTS 10 17 April 1967 United Kingdom London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel, Mayfair, London 49-49.5.
Win 32-31-15 Argentina Jose Angel Manzur KO 7 23 December 1966 Italy Rome, Lazio
Win 5-3-1 Italy Pietro Besi TKO 2 2 December 1966 Italy Palazzetto dello Sport, Rome, Lazio
Loss 12-1-1 United Kingdom Billy Gray PTS 8 10 October 1966 United Kingdom Grosvenor House, Mayfair, London
Win 8-3 United Kingdom Roy Enifer KO 2 18 September 1966 Italy Verona, Veneto
Win 10-28-2 Belgium Andre Wyns KO 4 24 July 1966 Italy Conegliano, Veneto
Win 12-4-2 Italy Franco Badalassi PTS 8 19 February 1966 Italy Treviso, Veneto
Win 30-28-14 Argentina Jose Angel Manzur PTS 8 20 January 1966 Italy Milan, Lombardy
Win 21-20-5 United Kingdom Ron Redrup DQ 7 3 December 1965 Italy Palazzetto dello Sport, Rome, Lazio
Win 7-13-2 Belgium Valere Mahau KO 3 5 November 1965 Italy Milan, Lombardy
Win 19-4 United Kingdom Dave Ould KO 3 15 October 1965 Italy Palazzetto dello Sport, Rome, Lazio
Win 6-5-1 Italy Roberto Bracco TKO 4 12 September 1965 Italy Mestre, Veneto
Win 2-14 Germany Manfred Ackers KO 2 21 August 1965 Italy San Dona Di Piave, Veneto
Win 1-8-4 Martinique Henri Ferjules KO 1 31 July 1965 Italy Venice, Veneto
Win 2-12 Germany Manfred Ackers KO 5 29 May 1965 Italy Sona, Veneto
Win 9-12-3 Italy Giancarlo Bacchini PTS 6 23 April 1965 Italy Palazzetto dello Sport, Rome, Lazio
Win 6-23-1 France Rene Goubelle KO 1 3 April 1965 Italy Genoa, Liguria
Win 9-11-3 Italy Giancarlo Bacchini PTS 6 6 March 1965 Italy Treviso, Veneto

References[edit]

  1. ^ Giuseppe Ros Archived 24 July 2015 at the Wayback Machine.. sports-reference.com
  2. ^ Giuseppe Ros. boxrec.com