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1929-04-05  Tod Morgan w pts 10 Santiago Zorilla, Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENN. Referee: Jack Kennedy. Morgan (128), a good defensive fighter, kept Zorilla (129) at distance with his longer reach, but other than that it was a disappointing contest with too much clinching. However, in the final round things warmed up a bit after the champion scored a flash knockdown. Getting up quickly, Zorilla swarmed all over Morgan in a wild attack and nearly put him down following a hard right to the head. Apart from that, it had been Morgan’s fight and the referee’s decision was a formality.
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1929-04-05  [[Tod Morgan]] w pts 10 [[Santiago Zorrilla]], Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Jack Kennedy. Morgan (128), a good defensive fighter, kept Zorrilla (129) at distance with his longer reach, but other than that it was a disappointing contest with too much clinching. However, in the final round things warmed up a bit after the champion scored a flash knockdown. Getting up quickly, Zorrilla swarmed all over Morgan in a wild attack, nearly putting him down following a hard right to the head. Apart from that, it had been Morgan’s fight, the referee’s decision being a formality.
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[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]

Revision as of 10:20, 16 February 2013

1929-04-05 Tod Morgan w pts 10 Santiago Zorrilla, Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA - CALIFORNIA/NY/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Jack Kennedy. Morgan (128), a good defensive fighter, kept Zorrilla (129) at distance with his longer reach, but other than that it was a disappointing contest with too much clinching. However, in the final round things warmed up a bit after the champion scored a flash knockdown. Getting up quickly, Zorrilla swarmed all over Morgan in a wild attack, nearly putting him down following a hard right to the head. Apart from that, it had been Morgan’s fight, the referee’s decision being a formality.