Here are just some of the notable sports moments that happened on June 27 :

1890 — Bantamweight fighter George Dixon became the first black boxing champion by knocking out Nunc Wallace of England in the 18th round of their fight in London, England. (More info.)

1914 — Jack Johnson beat Frank Moran in 20 rounds at the Bicycle Velodrome in Paris to retain the heavyweight boxing title. (More info.)

1963 — Philadelphia Phillies’ slugger Johnny Callison hit for the cycle in a 13-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. (More info.)

1972 — Left-wing Bobby Hull of the Chicago Blackhawks left the NHL for the fledgling World Hockey Association’s Winnipeg Jets. (More info.)

1980 — Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Jerry Reuss no-hit the San Francisco Giants, 8-0. (More info.)

1984 — France won soccer’s European Cup title with a 2-0 victory over Spain in Paris. (More info.)

1984 — The U.S. Supreme Court ended the NCAA monopoly on college football broadcasts. Schools and athletic conferences were free to negotiate on their own. (More info.)

1985 — Tennis pro Anne White wore an all white body stocking to compete at Wimbledon. (More info.)

1986 — San Francisco Giants’ second-baseman Robby Thompson was caught stealing a record four times in one game. (More info.)

1988 —  Mike Tyson knocked out Michael Spinks just 1 minute and 31 seconds into the first round of their world heavyweight title fight in Atlantic City. (More info.)

1992 —  No. 1 seed Jim Courier was upset by 193rd ranked Andrei Olhovsky at Wimbledon. (More info.)

1992 — Reigning world decathlon champion Dan O’Brien failed to clear the minimum height in the pole vault at the U.S. Olympic Trials in New Orleans and was left off the U.S. Olympic team. (More info.)

1993 — New York Mets’ pitcher Anthony Young lost a record 24th straight decision. (More info.)

1999 — Tony Hawk landed the first 900-degree jump at the sixth X Games in San Francisco. (More info.)