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Mickey Cohen – Wikipedia

Known for: Boss of the Cohen crime family

Mickey Cohen (Bantamweight) – BoxRec

Boxing Record: click Photo #2, Photo #3, Photo #4. Mickey Cohen was born Meyer H. Cohen, in the Brownsville neighborhood in Brooklyn. He moved to Los Angeles in 1920 with his family, where they ran a drug store. He spent much of his career boxing in the Midwest, primarily in Cleveland.

Thoughts on Boxing, Boxers and Fights: Mickey Cohen

Nov 17, 2007 · Speaking of Mickey Cohen (we were speaking of him a few days ago), he was a big part of Los Angeles’ past, and a small part (very small) of the boxing scene.


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How Gangster Mickey Cohen Took Over Los Angeles

By the time Cohen was a teenager, his mother moved the family across the country to Los Angeles. Like many poor kids, Cohen quickly fell into a life of petty crime there. But soon, Cohen found another passion in amateur boxing, fighting in illegal underground boxing matches in LA.

Mickey Cohen | Wiki & Bio | Everipedia

In the film The Black Dahlia (2006), Mickey Cohen is mentioned as being an illegal bookmaker taking bets on an underground boxing match. In the film Gangster Squad (2013), Cohen is portrayed by actor Sean Penn and is the main antagonist of the film.

Born: Meyer Harris Cohen, ( 1913-09-04 ) September 4, 1913, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

Mickey Cohen Biography – Biography

Mickey Cohen became the West Coast racket boss in 1947, after his mentor and predecessor, Bugsy Siegel, was assassinated. through his involvement in the boxing game. During the Great

Mickey Cohen – Crime Museum

Mickey Cohen Home » Crime Library » Organized Crime » Mickey Cohen Meyer “Mickey” Harris Cohen was born to a poor family on September 4, 1913 in Brooklyn, New York, but he grew up with his five older siblings in Los Angeles, California.

Mickey Cohen | The Mob Museum

According to Boxrec.com, Cohen ended his boxing career with a lifetime record of 7 wins, 11 losses and 1 draw. Most of the fights were in Cleveland, but there were two in Chicago and two in California, including one in his hometown of Los Angeles. For at least one bout in Cleveland, he fought under the moniker “Gangster Mickey Cohen.”

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About Mickey Cohen | Boxer, Criminal | United States of

Mickey Cohen was born on September 4, 1913, into an Orthodox Jewish family living in the Jewish Brownsville section of Brooklyn. His mother Fanny, who had become widowed in September 1914, had emigrated from Kiev, Ukraine.