Pat Mallane

Pat Mallane

Pat Mallane, alias "Irish", was a lightweight professional boxer from Connecticut.

Personal life

Pat Mallane was a native of Union City, Connecticut.

Professional career

Mallane made his professional debut on January 27, 1951 with a fourth round knockout of Pearl Robinson. After winning his first two bouts Mallane suffered a draw against Lem Harvey. The draw against Harvey remained the only blemish on Mallane's record through ten fights, when he lost by knockout to Willie Stevenson on August 16 of 1951. Mallane didn't lose again in his next thirteen fights, though he did have three more draws to think about. When Mallane fought for the New England Lightweight Title against Redtop Davis on June 30, 1954 he was sporting a record of 29-4-4. Mallane lost to Davis, then went on a slide, compiling a less than stellar record of 3-7-4 before retiring after a knockout loss to Bobby Bartels on March 17, 1960. At his retirement Mallane had a career record of 32 wins (27 by knockout), 12 losses, and 8 draws. [ [ Pat Mallane ] ]


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