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1912-09-09 (160lbs) Frank Klaus w disq 4 (15) Marcel Moreau, Open-Air Arena, Aix les Bains, France. Promoted by Leon See, it was not billed as a title fight but with both men inside 160lbs Klaus’ title claim at the weight was automatically at stake. According to Boxing, as in his contest against Billy Papke, once again Moreau got his tactics wrong when trying to outfight the fighter and he was almost knocked out in the second and fourth rounds before intentionally going low and getting himself disqualified.  
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1912-09-09 (160lbs) [[Frank Klaus]] w disq 4 (15) [[Marcel Moreau]], Open-Air Arena, Aix les Bains, France. Promoted by Leon See, it was not billed as a title fight but with both men inside 160lbs Klaus’ title claim at the weight was automatically at stake. According to ''Boxing'', as in his contest against [[Billy Papke]], once again Moreau got his tactics wrong when trying to outfight the fighter and he was almost knocked out in the second and fourth rounds before intentionally going low and getting himself disqualified.  
  
 
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Revision as of 05:52, 28 February 2012

1912-09-09 (160lbs) Frank Klaus w disq 4 (15) Marcel Moreau, Open-Air Arena, Aix les Bains, France. Promoted by Leon See, it was not billed as a title fight but with both men inside 160lbs Klaus’ title claim at the weight was automatically at stake. According to Boxing, as in his contest against Billy Papke, once again Moreau got his tactics wrong when trying to outfight the fighter and he was almost knocked out in the second and fourth rounds before intentionally going low and getting himself disqualified.