With a career lasting 11 years, southpaw Carl Tremaine started off his career at age 18 on January 1918, last fighting in 0 and building a record of 89-25-11. Tremaine in his 125 fights. Tremaine's longest KO streak is 3 fights long out of his 125 pro career fights.
A successful pro debut for Carl, Tremaine showed his superior boxing talent against Tommy Enright, becoming the first person to go the full distance with him. Tremaine continued his mostly successful career with numerous fights following his debut against boxers including Frankie Mason, Kid Williams and Memphis pal Moore. Fights included fighting 8 times in 1918, 11 times in 1919 and 41 times between 1920 and 1923.
Tremaine went into his next fight against Harry Gilman on March 4th, 1918 with a career record of 2-1-0. Tremaine's first defeat came over the full distance against Harry Gilman on March 4th, 1918. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Tremaine. 21 wins followed where Tremaine went on to fight Frankie Mason, Frankie Mason and Earl Puryear amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Furthering his career, Tremaine fought Frankie Mason on April 30th, 1920 and continued his career to a record of 19-4-2. The win came via KO. The 12 round fight ended in the 1st round via KO crowning Tremaine as only the 3rd to stop Mason in his career. Tremaine continued his success in the next 15 fights taking his record to 30 wins, 7 losses and 3 draws.
Tremaine kept his losses at 7 by beating Roy Moore on May 20th, 1921. Becoming the first person to stop Roy Moore, Tremaine beat Moore via TKO in the 8th round of a 10 round fight. 37 wins followed where Tremaine went on to fight Johnny Ertle, Johnny Ertle and Pete Zivic amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Tremaine lost to Charley Goodman in his next fight. Taking place on May 23rd, 1924, Tremaine's career record after this fight stood at 59-13-7. Tremaine was beaten by Charley Goodman in the 7th round. The win came via KO in the 7th round. This was Tremaine's first stoppage defeat. Tremaine continued his success in the next 38 fights taking his record to 86 wins, 21 losses and 10 draws.
Taking a knock to his career, Tremaine fought and was defeated by Willie Cunningham on May 6th, 1927 taking his record to 86-22-10. A valiant but fruitless effort for Tremaine. Tremaine fell just short and was defeated by Cunningham over the full 6 round distance.
On March 12th, 1929, Tremaine took on and was defeated by Eddie Shea meaning his career tally went to 89-25-11 This proved to be one fight too many for Tremaine's career, Shea was the victor becoming only the 3rd person to stop Tremaine. KO in the 1st. Tremaine decided to call it a day after this fight.