Chic Calderwood (age 20) was a orthodox boxer with a record of 44 wins, 9 losses, 1 draws. Starting his career on September 1957 at age 20, Chic Calderwood fought 55 times over 9 years as a pro. Calderwood's longest win streak is 29 fights between September 1957 and November 1960. His longest KO streak in his 55 fights is 5 fights long.
In a great debut, Calderwood took on Jimmy Teasdale in a 6 round fight, becoming the 2nd person to stop Teasdale in his 15 fight career to date. Calderwood rise in boxing continued with 27 wins against fighters such as Willie Pastrano, Billy Ellaway and Arthur Howard.
On March 7th, 1961, Calderwood took on and was defeated by Von Clay in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 29-1-0. On March 7th, 1961, Calderwood took on and was defeated over the distance by Von Clay in his first career defeat. Calderwood lost via PTS in a valiant effort. Calderwood then went on to win a further 15 fights taking his record to 39 wins, 5 losses and 1 draw.
On January 12th, 1965, Calderwood went into action again and beat Otha Brown taking the winning record to 40 wins. Brown was stopped in the 8th round via KO crowning Calderwood as the first person to stop this opponent.
On February 3rd, 1965, Calderwood took on and was defeated by Freddie Mack meaning his career tally went to 40-6-1. Calderwood faced the first stoppage of his career against Freddie Mack in the 8th round of a 10 round fight via KO. Calderwood then went on to face Johnny Persol where he added another win to his tally.
Calderwood's career took a knock with a loss against John Mccormack on June 10th, 1965 taking his record to 41-7-1. Calderwood fought John Mccormack and was defeated via KO in the 10 round bout. This was Calderwood's 2nd stoppage defeat in his career which came in the 2nd round. Calderwood's win streak of 41 rose to 43 following 2 wins against boxers such as Alfredo Vogrig and Derek Richards.
Pushing his career further, Calderwood fought Dick Hall on April 25th, 1966 adding to his winning record. Hall was a great challenge for Calderwood, losing over the full 10 round distance and crowning Calderwood as the 3rd person to have defeated Hall.
On October 15th, 1966, Calderwood took on and was defeated by Jose Torres meaning his career tally went to 44-9-1 This proved to be one fight too many for Calderwood's career, Torres was the victor becoming only the 4th person to stop Calderwood. KO in the 2nd. Calderwood decided to call it a day after this fight.