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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since January 2011. It may contain original research or unverifiable claims. Tagged since January 2011. It may need to be wikified to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since January 2011. Eddie Philips (9 November 1911 in Bow, London - 1995) was an English boxer. He was the youngest of five children. At the age of sixteen he became a charaban driver taking visitors on day outings. He started boxing at the age of eighteen. In 1934 he married Marion Oakley. They had three children, the eldest born in 1935 was named Edward, the second in 1937 was named Derek, the third a daughter Stephanie born in 1940. He was called up for the Royal Air Force in 1940 and reached the rank of corporal. Due to illness he left in 1943. During his career as a boxer he won seventeen fights, lost six and drew three. In the early 40's he made two films, one in 1944 My Learned Friend starring Will Hay and another in 1945 Champagne Charlie. He was a publican of The Lord Tredegar and then the vicar of Wakefield both of which were situated in the Eastend. His boxing career included December the 1st 1929 fought Reg Palmer in Rochester, Kent. May 1931, Tony Arpino, Olympia London. February 1932, Leo Bandias, Holborn Stadium, London. February 1932, Billy Alleck, Crystal Palace, London. March 1932, Bob Carvill, Holborn Stadium, London. April 1932, Bill Partridge, Bow, London. September 1932, Jack O'Malley, Royal Albert Hall, London. March 1933, Len Harvey, Royal Albert Hall, London. June 1933, Len Harvey, Olympia, Kensington. February 1934, Tommy Farr, Holborn Stadium, London. February 1934, Eddie Peirce, White City Stadiun, Yorkshire. April 1934, Ben Foored, Royal Albert Hall, London. June 1934, Tommy Farr, Wandsworth Stadium, London. February 1935, Tommy Farr, Mountain Ash, Wales. May 1935, Charlie Bundy, White City, Cardiff, Wales. June 1935, Eddie Wenstob, Wembley Stadium, London. October 1935, Eddie Wenstob, Wembley Staduim, London. October 1935, Len Harvey, Millbay Rinkeries, Devon. November 1936, Jim Wilde, Empire Pool, Wembley. April 1937, Jock McAvoy, Empire Pool, Wembley. August 1937, Alex Bell, Devonshire Club, Hackney. November 1937, Arno Koelblin, Harringay Arena, Harringay. June 1938, Ben Foorde, Harringay Arena, Harringay. September 1938, Jack Doyle, Harringay Arena, Harringay. December 1938, Len Harvey, Harringay Arena, Harringay. September 1939, Jack Doyle, White City Stadium, London. September 1945, Olle Tandberg, Royal Albert Hall, London. For a while he did some wrestling after his boxing career. He also did an exbihition fight with Joe Lewis. He died in 1995, leaving his wife, children, and grandchildren, and greatgrand children. Persondata Name Phillips, Eddie Alternative names Short description English boxer Date of birth 9 November 1911 Place of birth Bow, London Date of death 1995 Place of death This biographical article relating to boxing is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e