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1930-05-16 [[Midget Wolgast]] w rtd 5 (15) [[Willie LaMorte]], Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Jim Crowley. Making his first defence, Wolgast (110½) proved to be one of the fastest little men New York had seen since [[Pancho Villa]]. With Wolgast well on his way to what looked to be an easy victory, after collapsing at the end of the fifth round LaMorte (112) was forced to retire from what turned out to be a spasm of the heart.  
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1930-05-16 [[Midget Wolgast]] w rtd 5 (15) [[Willie LaMorte]], Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Jim Crowley. Making his first defence, Wolgast (110½) proved to be one of the fastest little men New York had seen since [[Pancho Villa]]. With Wolgast well on his way to what looked to be an easy victory, LaMorte (112) was forced to retire from what turned out to be a spasm of the heart after collapsing at the end of the fifth round.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:11, 5 March 2013

1930-05-16 Midget Wolgast w rtd 5 (15) Willie LaMorte, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Jim Crowley. Making his first defence, Wolgast (110½) proved to be one of the fastest little men New York had seen since Pancho Villa. With Wolgast well on his way to what looked to be an easy victory, LaMorte (112) was forced to retire from what turned out to be a spasm of the heart after collapsing at the end of the fifth round.