1927-12-19 Frenchy Belanger w pts 12 Ernie Jarvis, The Coliseum, Toronto, Canada - NBA

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1927-12-19 Frenchy Belanger w pts 12 Ernie Jarvis, The Coliseum, Toronto, Canada - NBA. Referee: Lou Marsh. The final of the NBA elimination series, with the winner contracted to meet Frankie Genaro inside 60 days, saw Belanger (110), a two-fisted slugger, given the unanimous decision in an exciting fight. There was no real boxing, being toe-to-toe body punching from the start, with Belanger scoring the first knockdown in the opening round and repeating the dose in the third. Jarvis (111½), for his part, never backed down and fought a courageous battle, coming close to scoring a kayo in the 11th when Belanger, whose mouth was badly cut, walked on to a heavy blow to the jaw and was temporarily parted from his senses.     
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1927-12-19 [[Frenchy Belanger]] w pts 12 [[Ernie Jarvis]], The Coliseum, Toronto, Canada - NBA. Referee: Lou Marsh. The final of the NBA elimination series, with the winner contracted to meet Frankie Genaro inside 60 days, saw Belanger (110), a two-fisted slugger, given the unanimous decision in an exciting fight. There was no real boxing, being toe-to-toe body punching from the start, with Belanger scoring the first knockdown in the opening round and repeating the dose in the third. Jarvis (111½), for his part, never backed down and fought a courageous battle, coming close to scoring a kayo in the 11th when Belanger, whose mouth was badly cut, walked on to a heavy blow to the jaw and was temporarily parted from his senses.     
  
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Revision as of 18:03, 24 December 2011

1927-12-19 Frenchy Belanger w pts 12 Ernie Jarvis, The Coliseum, Toronto, Canada - NBA. Referee: Lou Marsh. The final of the NBA elimination series, with the winner contracted to meet Frankie Genaro inside 60 days, saw Belanger (110), a two-fisted slugger, given the unanimous decision in an exciting fight. There was no real boxing, being toe-to-toe body punching from the start, with Belanger scoring the first knockdown in the opening round and repeating the dose in the third. Jarvis (111½), for his part, never backed down and fought a courageous battle, coming close to scoring a kayo in the 11th when Belanger, whose mouth was badly cut, walked on to a heavy blow to the jaw and was temporarily parted from his senses.

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