Effie Schneider (born November 5, 1970), nicknamed The Israeli Bomber, is an Israeli-American boxer who boxed professionally as a lightweight between 1992 and 1998. He was born in Tel Aviv, Israel.

On November 23, 1992, Schneider gained notoriety by knocking out his opponent Cuitlahuac Rivera in his first professional match. Schneider defeated several other contenders on the professional circuit, but after not boxing between 1994 and 1996, he was unable to mount a successful comeback career and ultimately retired after his loss to Stanley Longstreet on February 27, 1998, with a 8 wins (1 by knockout), 4 losses, and 1 draw.

Vital Statistics

Alias Israeli Bomber
Country of Origin Israel
US Fed ID CA036577
Hometown Los Angeles, California, USA
Birthplace Tel Aviv, Israel
Division Light Welterweight
Reach 66"
Height 169 cm
Trainer Joe Goosen

Fighting Record

Date Opponent Location Result
27 February 1998 Stanley Longstreet Studio City, California L PTS 8
20 December 1997 Mark Fernandez Reseda, California W UD 10
14 November 1997 Jesse James Leija South Padre Island, Texas L UD 10
17 April 1997 Daniel Hernandez Reseda, California L PTS 6
20 March 1997 Octavio Suarez Reseda, California D PTS 4
20 February 1997 Ahru Dyer Reseda, California W PTS 6
23 January 1997 Richard Calvillo Reseda, California W PTS 4
27 August 1993 Manny Castillo Beverly Hills, California L PTS 6
26 July 1993 Rudy Cruz Inglewood, California W UD 6
25 March 1993 Brent Thomas Irvine, California W PTS 5
11 February 1993 Victor Trinidad Hollywood, California W PTS 4
11 January 1993 José Ferrer Inglewood, California W PTS 4
23 November 1992 Cuitlahual Rivera Inglewood, California W KO 1