1926-10-19 Tod Morgan w pts 10 Johnny Dundee, Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENNSYLVANIA

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1926-10-19 Tod Morgan w pts 10 Johnny Dundee, Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENN. Referee: Harry Ertle. Unfortunately, Dundee (126¼) damaged his right hand in the second round and despite ultimately losing by a unanimous decision from thereon he fought a one-handed battle to keep the classy Morgan (128½) at bay, using the hook off the jab to last the distance. Initially, the Californian Boxing Commission held up Dundee’s purse on the pretext that he had carried the injury into the ring before Commissioner Hanlon overruled his conferees and told the promoter to fork out what was due to a grand little fighting man. 
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1926-10-19 [[Tod Morgan]] w pts 10 [[Johnny Dundee]], Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Harry Ertle. Unfortunately, Dundee (126¼) damaged his right hand in the second round and despite ultimately losing by a unanimous decision from there on in he fought a one-handed battle to keep the classy Morgan (128½) at bay, using the hook off the jab to last the distance.  
  
[[Category: 1926 Junior Lightweight Title Contests]]
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Initially, the Californian Boxing Commission held up Dundee’s purse on the pretext that he had carried the injury into the ring before Commissioner Hanlon overruled his conferees and told the promoter to fork out what was due to a grand little fighting man. 
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[[Category: 1926 Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]

Revision as of 10:48, 7 May 2012

1926-10-19 Tod Morgan w pts 10 Johnny Dundee, Recreation Park, San Francisco, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Harry Ertle. Unfortunately, Dundee (126¼) damaged his right hand in the second round and despite ultimately losing by a unanimous decision from there on in he fought a one-handed battle to keep the classy Morgan (128½) at bay, using the hook off the jab to last the distance.

Initially, the Californian Boxing Commission held up Dundee’s purse on the pretext that he had carried the injury into the ring before Commissioner Hanlon overruled his conferees and told the promoter to fork out what was due to a grand little fighting man.

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