Full name: John A. "Johnny" Hines
Born: July 30, 1912 in [unknown], Indiana, United States
Died: December 11, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, United States
Country: United States
Johnny Hines was runner-up at the 1932 AAU Championships which qualified him for the US Olympic team. At the Olympics he won his first match but then lost in the quarter-finals to Sweden’s [Allan Carlsson]. Hines turned professional after the Olympics, fighting frequently from 1933-35, with all his bouts in California. He ended with a career record of 22 wins, 8 losses, and 4 draws. Hines never fought for a major title.
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Boxing||Men's Featherweight||United States||USA||5T|
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Boxing||United States||USA||Quarter-Finals||Match #4||2||1932-08-11||Carlsson (SWE) , Hines (USA)|
|1932 Summer||20||Los Angeles||Boxing||United States||USA||Round One||Match #8||1||1932-08-09||Hines (USA) , Araico (MEX)||decision|