1931-04-24 Tony Canzoneri w co 3 (10) Jack Kid Berg, The Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WORLD

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1931-04-24 [[Tony Canzoneri]] w co 3 (10) [[Jack Kid Berg]], The Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WORLD. Referee: Phil Collins. After a fairly even couple of rounds as both men warming to the task, Berg (134¼) decided to give it a go in the third, landing to head and body and driving Canzoneri (132) before him until he walked into a countering right cross. Falling flat on his face, the challenger made every effort to rise, but was counted out on the 2.23 mark.  
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1931-04-24 [[Tony Canzoneri]] w co 3 (10) [[Jack Kid Berg]], The Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WORLD. Referee: Phil Collins. After a fairly even couple of rounds as both men warmed to the task, Berg (134¼) decided to give it a go in the third, landing to head and body and driving Canzoneri (132) before him until he walked into a countering right cross. Falling flat on his face, the challenger made every effort to rise, but was counted out on the 2.23 mark.  
  
 
Following the fight and bearing in mind that Berg had been forced to make the lightweight limit of 135lbs under the terms of the contract, in their wisdom the Chicago Boxing Commission and the NBA contentiously decided that Canzoneri had also won the Englishman’s 140lbs title.
 
Following the fight and bearing in mind that Berg had been forced to make the lightweight limit of 135lbs under the terms of the contract, in their wisdom the Chicago Boxing Commission and the NBA contentiously decided that Canzoneri had also won the Englishman’s 140lbs title.

Revision as of 17:54, 24 March 2012

1931-04-24 Tony Canzoneri w co 3 (10) Jack Kid Berg, The Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA - WORLD. Referee: Phil Collins. After a fairly even couple of rounds as both men warmed to the task, Berg (134¼) decided to give it a go in the third, landing to head and body and driving Canzoneri (132) before him until he walked into a countering right cross. Falling flat on his face, the challenger made every effort to rise, but was counted out on the 2.23 mark.

Following the fight and bearing in mind that Berg had been forced to make the lightweight limit of 135lbs under the terms of the contract, in their wisdom the Chicago Boxing Commission and the NBA contentiously decided that Canzoneri had also won the Englishman’s 140lbs title.

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