With a career lasting 15 years, southpaw Sammy Angott started off his career at age 20 on March 1935, last fighting in 0 and building a record of 94-29-8. Angott in his 131 fights. Angott's longest win streak is 15 fights between March 1935 and November 1939. His longest KO streak in his 131 fights is 6 fights long.
Finally getting his feet wet in the pro ranks Angott became the first to go the distance with Tony Marengo over a 4 round win for Angott. Continuing on from his debut, Angott had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 66 fights including 8 times in 1935, 18 times in 1936 and 40 times through 1937, 1938 and 1939 against fighters such as Wesley Ramey, Freddie Miller and Wesley Ramey.
Taking the first knock of his career, Angott fought Jackie Wilson on July 22nd, 1935 and was defeated by Wilson. Coming into the fight with high confidence Angott fought his next fight against Jackie Wilson on July 22nd, 1935. Unfortunately, Angott was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 5-1-0. 47 wins followed where Angott went on to fight Everett Rightmire, Jackie Wilson and Wesley Ramey amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Leo Rodak was Angott's next fight on August 15th, 1938 and also the next win in his career via TKO. This took his record to 39-13-2 showing a mainly successful career to date. Rodak proved to be no match for Angott, and Angott became the first person to stop Rodak via TKO during round 1. Angott then went on to win a further 37 fights taking his record to 69 wins, 17 losses and 5 draw.
Willie Pep was the next fight for Angott on March 19th, 1943 and also his next career win. An impressive win for Angott as he proves his technical boxing talent by taking Pep the 10 round distance and becoming the first person to beat Pep. The fight ended in a UD victory for Angott.
Angott lost to Beau Jack in his next fight. Taking place on July 8th, 1946, Angott's career record after this fight stood at 78-24-7. Angott's fight against Beau Jack was Angott's first stoppage defeat. This came via TKO in the 7th round of a 10 round fight. Fights against boxers including Tim Dalton, Johnny Bratton and Ralph Zannelli followed where he won 20 fights taking his winning streak to 93 wins.
Angott kept his losses at 28 by beating Kid Azteca on June 26th, 1950. In 1950 Angott fought his next opponent in Kid Azteca. A challenging 10 round fight that ended in Angott's favour as the judges awarded Angott the UD victory. Angott was the 43rd person to defeat Azteca.
Angott's next defeat of his career came against Sonny boy West on August 8th, 1950. West proved too much for Angott over 10 rounds by earning the decision win and bringing Angott's 131 fight career as a pro to an end.