1923-08-02 Mike McTigue nd-w pts 12 Tommy Loughran, Playground Baseball Park, West New York, New Jersey, USA - NY/NBA/GB

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1923-08-02 [[Mike McTigue]] nd-w pts 12 [[Tommy Loughran]], Playground Baseball Park, West New York, New Jersey, USA - USA/GB. Referee: Eddie Dugan. In what turned out to be a tame affair, McTigue (163½) forced the action almost all the way, having the best of at least ten rounds, his destructive lefts and rights under the heart being particularly effective. Early on, Loughran (166) appeared content to rely on the left jab and an occasional right cross, but from the fourth onwards he was forced to clinch in order to avoid the knockout that the champion was hell-bent on delivering and managed to last the distance.  
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1923-08-02 [[Mike McTigue]] nd-w pts 12 [[Tommy Loughran]], Playground Baseball Park, West New York, New Jersey, USA - NY/NBA/GB. Referee: Eddie Dugan. In what turned out to be a tame affair, McTigue (163½) forced the action almost all the way, having the best of at least ten rounds, his destructive lefts and rights under the heart being particularly effective. Early on, Loughran (166) appeared content to rely on the left jab and an occasional right cross, but from the fourth onwards he was forced to clinch in order to avoid the knockout that the champion was hell-bent on delivering and managed to last the distance.  
  
 
Towards the end of the month, Tex Rickard announced that he had agreed terms with McTigue to defend against the American champion, [[Gene Tunney]] at the Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, on the 25th of September, but for whatever reason the articles were never signed.     
 
Towards the end of the month, Tex Rickard announced that he had agreed terms with McTigue to defend against the American champion, [[Gene Tunney]] at the Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, on the 25th of September, but for whatever reason the articles were never signed.     

Revision as of 15:24, 27 June 2012

1923-08-02 Mike McTigue nd-w pts 12 Tommy Loughran, Playground Baseball Park, West New York, New Jersey, USA - NY/NBA/GB. Referee: Eddie Dugan. In what turned out to be a tame affair, McTigue (163½) forced the action almost all the way, having the best of at least ten rounds, his destructive lefts and rights under the heart being particularly effective. Early on, Loughran (166) appeared content to rely on the left jab and an occasional right cross, but from the fourth onwards he was forced to clinch in order to avoid the knockout that the champion was hell-bent on delivering and managed to last the distance.

Towards the end of the month, Tex Rickard announced that he had agreed terms with McTigue to defend against the American champion, Gene Tunney at the Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, on the 25th of September, but for whatever reason the articles were never signed.

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