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1929-04-18 [[Frankie Genaro]] w disq 5 (15) [[Emile Pladner]], Winter Velodrome, Paris, France - NBA/IBU. Referee: Henri Bernstein. Ahead on points and into the fifth round, Genaro (110½) was put down by an unintentional low blow for a count of ‘nine’. Unfortunately, Pladner (111) failed to learn from the let off and quickly floored the American again with a punch that landed on the protector and cost him the championship. Pladner’s world title reign lasted just 47 days, the shortest on record at that time.
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1929-04-18 [[Frankie Genaro]] w disq 5 (15) [[Emile Pladner]], Winter Velodrome, Paris, France - NBA/IBU. Referee: Henri Bernstein. Ahead on points, and into the fifth round, Genaro (110½) was put down by an unintentional low blow for a count of ‘nine’. Unfortunately, Pladner (111) failed to learn from the let off, quickly flooring the American again with a punch that landed on the protector and cost him the championship. Pladner’s world title reign lasted just 47 days, the shortest on record at that time.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:26, 13 November 2012

1929-04-18 Frankie Genaro w disq 5 (15) Emile Pladner, Winter Velodrome, Paris, France - NBA/IBU. Referee: Henri Bernstein. Ahead on points, and into the fifth round, Genaro (110½) was put down by an unintentional low blow for a count of ‘nine’. Unfortunately, Pladner (111) failed to learn from the let off, quickly flooring the American again with a punch that landed on the protector and cost him the championship. Pladner’s world title reign lasted just 47 days, the shortest on record at that time.