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1927-12-16 [[Tod Morgan]] w disq 14 (15) [[Joe Glick]], Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY/CALIFORNIA/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Eddie Forbes. Strangely below par Morgan (128¾) almost lost his title in this one, having been dropped four times for long counts in the first five rounds. Although behind on the scorecards, the champion made a game, though uphill recovery to actually carry off three of the last four rounds before being downed by a low blow in the 14th. The transgression saw Glick (129½) being thrown out of the ring with just four minutes and 51 seconds of the bout remaining. It was an unfortunate ending to a fight Glick was almost certain to win had it gone the distance.  
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1927-12-16 [[Tod Morgan]] w disq 14 (15) [[Joe Glick]], Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY/CALIFORNIA/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Eddie Forbes. Strangely below par, Morgan (128¾) almost lost his title in this one, having been dropped four times for long counts in the first five rounds. Although behind on the scorecards, the champion made a game, though uphill recovery to actually carry off three of the last four sessions before being downed by a low blow in the 14th. The transgression saw Glick (129½) being thrown out of the ring with just four minutes and 51 seconds of the bout remaining. It was an unfortunate ending to a fight Glick was almost certain to win had it gone the distance.  
  
 
[[Category: 1927 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:23, 7 April 2013

1927-12-16 Tod Morgan w disq 14 (15) Joe Glick, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY/CALIFORNIA/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Eddie Forbes. Strangely below par, Morgan (128¾) almost lost his title in this one, having been dropped four times for long counts in the first five rounds. Although behind on the scorecards, the champion made a game, though uphill recovery to actually carry off three of the last four sessions before being downed by a low blow in the 14th. The transgression saw Glick (129½) being thrown out of the ring with just four minutes and 51 seconds of the bout remaining. It was an unfortunate ending to a fight Glick was almost certain to win had it gone the distance.