1933-03-10 Maxie Rosenbloom w pts 15 Adolf Heuser, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY

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1933-03-10 Maxie Rosenbloom w pts 15 Ad Heuser, Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Jed Gahan. Making an excellent start, the challenger battered Rosenbloom (174) almost groggy in the second when landing a series of left and right hooks to the jaw and in the sixth he buckled the latter’s knees following a savage left hook to the body. Unfortunately for the stubborn Heuser (172), who had won all but one session prior to the seventh, he began to tire and in the eighth the tide turned with Rosenbloom slapping in blows at the rate of ten to one as he moved on to take the next five rounds with ease. Although the German rallied to even the last two frames it was to no avail and it came as no surprise that Rosenbloom took the unanimous verdict. Bloody but unbowed, Heuser finished with his left eye almost closed, damage to nose and mouth and covered in welts, while Rosenbloom was unmarked.

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