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1927-08-30 [[Jimmy Slattery]] w pts 10 [[Maxie Rosenbloom]], The Velodrome, Hartford, Connecticutt, USA - NBA. Referee: Young McAuliffe. Having beaten Rosenbloom (168½) twice previously, Slattery (169½) made it a hat trick of wins when he was awarded the referee’s decision in a contest to decide the NBA version of the title after [[Jack Delaney]] moved up in weight. In a battle of wits and contrasting styles, both boys showed clever ringcraft and ultimately it was Slattery’s speed and accurate hitting that caught the referee’s eye, rather than the open-gloved efforts of Rosenbloom. There were no knockdowns.  
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1927-08-30 [[Jimmy Slattery]] w pts 10 [[Maxie Rosenbloom]], The Velodrome, Hartford, Connecticut, USA - NBA. Referee: Young McAuliffe. Having beaten Rosenbloom (168½) twice previously, Slattery (169½) made it a hat trick of wins when he was awarded the referee’s decision in a contest to decide the NBA version of the title after [[Jack Delaney]] moved up in weight. In a battle of wits and contrasting styles, both boys showed clever ring craft and ultimately it was Slattery’s speed and accurate hitting that caught the referee’s eye, rather than the open-gloved efforts of Rosenbloom. There were no knockdowns.  
  
 
[[Category: 1927 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1927 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Light Heavyweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 15:36, 16 March 2012

1927-08-30 Jimmy Slattery w pts 10 Maxie Rosenbloom, The Velodrome, Hartford, Connecticut, USA - NBA. Referee: Young McAuliffe. Having beaten Rosenbloom (168½) twice previously, Slattery (169½) made it a hat trick of wins when he was awarded the referee’s decision in a contest to decide the NBA version of the title after Jack Delaney moved up in weight. In a battle of wits and contrasting styles, both boys showed clever ring craft and ultimately it was Slattery’s speed and accurate hitting that caught the referee’s eye, rather than the open-gloved efforts of Rosenbloom. There were no knockdowns.