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1903-05-02 (128lbs) Benny Yanger w pts 20 Kid Broad, The Auditorium, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Made at 128lbs, both men were gluttons for punishment and in a closely fought contest in which Yanger was the cleverest, his better work was deemed worthy of the decision. Broad finished in a groggy state and would surely have been knocked out had the bout lasted any longer. It was no surprise that Yanger challenged the world at the weight on winning.
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1903-05-02 (128lbs) [[Benny Yanger]] w pts 20 [[Kid Broad]], The Auditorium, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Made at 128lbs, both men were gluttons for punishment and in a closely fought contest in which Yanger was the cleverest, his better work was deemed worthy of the decision. Broad finished in a groggy state and would surely have been knocked out had the bout lasted any longer.  
  
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It was no surprise that Yanger challenged the world at the weight on winning.
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Revision as of 19:52, 10 January 2012

1903-05-02 (128lbs) Benny Yanger w pts 20 Kid Broad, The Auditorium, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Made at 128lbs, both men were gluttons for punishment and in a closely fought contest in which Yanger was the cleverest, his better work was deemed worthy of the decision. Broad finished in a groggy state and would surely have been knocked out had the bout lasted any longer.

It was no surprise that Yanger challenged the world at the weight on winning.