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1930-11-14 Tony Canzoneri w co 1 (15) Al Singer, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Referee: Johnny McAvoy. Having won the title on a first-round knockout, Singer lost it in the same fashion in what was a record time for the division. Coming in to the fight, Canzoneri was a veteran of 92 contests, a former featherweight champion and still only 22. In short, he was a viable challenger, despite losing his previous contest to Billy Petrolle, and a man who could both box and fight. Since winning the title, Singer had taken part in two catchweight contests, one them being a third-round kayo loss at the hands of Jimmy McLarnin, but he was still favoured to turn back Canzoneri (132). However, two left hooks and a right hander to the head saw Singer (134) counted out after just 66 seconds of fighting, his ability to shake off moderate punches after the McLarnin defeat seemingly zero, and just ten contests later he had retired.   
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1930-11-14 [[Tony Canzoneri]] w co 1 (15) [[Al Singer]], Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Referee: Johnny McAvoy. Having won the title on a first-round knockout, Singer lost it in the same fashion in what was a record time for the division. Coming in to the fight, Canzoneri was a veteran of 92 contests, a former featherweight champion and still only 22. In short, he was a viable challenger, despite losing his previous contest to [[Billy Petrolle]], and a man who could both box and fight. Since winning the title, Singer had taken part in two catchweight contests, one them being a third-round kayo loss at the hands of [[Jimmy McLarnin]], but he was still favoured to turn back Canzoneri (132). However, two left hooks and a right hander to the head saw Singer (134) counted out after just 66 seconds of fighting, his ability to shake off moderate punches after the McLarnin defeat seemingly zero, and just ten contests later he had retired.   
  
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Revision as of 07:21, 20 January 2012

1930-11-14 Tony Canzoneri w co 1 (15) Al Singer, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Referee: Johnny McAvoy. Having won the title on a first-round knockout, Singer lost it in the same fashion in what was a record time for the division. Coming in to the fight, Canzoneri was a veteran of 92 contests, a former featherweight champion and still only 22. In short, he was a viable challenger, despite losing his previous contest to Billy Petrolle, and a man who could both box and fight. Since winning the title, Singer had taken part in two catchweight contests, one them being a third-round kayo loss at the hands of Jimmy McLarnin, but he was still favoured to turn back Canzoneri (132). However, two left hooks and a right hander to the head saw Singer (134) counted out after just 66 seconds of fighting, his ability to shake off moderate punches after the McLarnin defeat seemingly zero, and just ten contests later he had retired.