Ceresole, a pro since July 1931 has now had 25 fights lasting 3 years as a pro. Although he's tasted defeat, he's shown a clear love for fighting. With his last fight having taken place in November 2018, Ceresole now looks for his next challenge as a pro. The longest win streak that Ceresole has ever recorded was between July 1931 and September 1932 when it totaled 17 wins. Ceresole's longest KO streak is 1 fights long.
In a great first showing as a pro, Ceresole took Willie Keane the full 4 to claim his first win and became the first person to take Keane the full distance. Continuing on from his successful debut, Ceresole continued his winning streak by winning his next 14 fights. In this time he fought and beat Kyu Kimura, Nutzie Luizza and Angelo Fuste to name just a few, fighting 6 times in 1931 and 5 times in 1932.
On August 3rd, 1931, Ceresole went into action again and beat Clever Sencio taking the winning record to 4 wins. Continuing his career, Ceresole fought Clever Sencio in 1931 over 4 rounds. Ceresole was the 2nd person to go the distance with Clever Sencio. 11 wins followed where Ceresole went on to fight Nutzie Luizza, Kyu Kimura and Star Frisco amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
On October 19th, 1932, Ceresole took on and was defeated by Joe Tei ken in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 17-1-0. Ceresole's first defeat came over the full distance against Joe Tei ken on October 19th, 1932. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Ceresole.
Taking another knock in his career, Rodolfo Casanova was next in line for Ceresole with Casanova coming out victorious. Ceresole career was at 17-2-0 following the fight. Stepping up against a talented Casanova, it wasn't long before Ceresole found himself in trouble against Casanova early. After 4 rounds Ceresole lost via TKO. Casanova became the first of 19 opponents to stop Ceresole. Taking his record to 18-2-0. Ceresole then went on to win his next fight against Louis Sebit.
Ceresole went into his next fight against Little Pancho on August 16th, 1933 with a career record of 18-3-0. Ceresole fought a brave fight but in the end was outclassed by Little Pancho over the 10 distance. Ceresole then went on to fight fought Al Mustola in his next fight meaning his record stood at 18-3-1.
On September 20th, 1933, Ceresole took on and was defeated by Ray Oriente meaning his career tally went to 18-4-1. Ceresole was beaten by Ray Oriente in the 1st round. Ceresole had only ever been stopped 2 times previously in his career.
Ensuring he added another win to his tally, Eddie Ceresole defeated Matty Mathewson on January 16th, 1935 in his latest fight. Ceresole became only the 20th person to defeat Matty Mathewson in his 69 long fight career, taking his win tally to 19 via the judges decision (PTS, round 4).