1933-08-09 Lou Brouillard w co 7 (15) Ben Jeby, Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY

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1933-08-09 Lou Brouillard w co 7 (15) Ben Jeby, Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Pete Hartley. For six rounds the southpaw challenger chopped away at Jeby, stabbing out openings with his right before unleashing left-hand smashes to the body. At the end of the sixth, Jeby (159) was gasping after taking a series of such blows to the body and when he came out for the seventh Brouillard (158½) jumped on him. There was no respite and Jeby was battered around the ring before being caught full on the chin by a sweeping left and crashing over. With the count underway and Brouillard warned to keep his distance, Jeby managed to get to knees before slumping back to the floor and being counted out on the 2.21 mark. Just under two weeks later, on 21 August at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Teddy Yarosz outpointed Vince Dundee over ten rounds to get himself into the championship shake-up in winning the Pennsylvania State title, mistakenly referred to by The Ring Record Book as the Pennsylvanian version of the world title. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, this fight involved the State title only, due to an agreement between Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, a group that recognised Brouillard as champion at the time.  
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1933-08-09 [[Lou Brouillard]] w co 7 (15) [[Ben Jeby]], Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Pete Hartley. For six rounds the southpaw challenger chopped away at Jeby, stabbing out openings with his right before unleashing left-hand smashes to the body. At the end of the sixth, Jeby (159) was gasping after taking a series of such blows to the body and when he came out for the seventh Brouillard (158½) jumped on him. There was no respite and Jeby was battered around the ring before being caught full on the chin by a sweeping left and crashing over. With the count underway and Brouillard warned to keep his distance, Jeby managed to get to knees before slumping back to the floor and being counted out on the 2.21 mark.  
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Just under two weeks later, on 21 August at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, [[Teddy Yarosz]] outpointed [[Vince Dundee]] over ten rounds to get himself into the championship shake-up in winning the Pennsylvania State title, mistakenly referred to by the ''Ring Record Book'' as the Pennsylvanian version of the world title. According to the ''Philadelphia Inquirer'', this fight involved the State title only, due to an agreement between Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, a group that recognised Brouillard as champion at the time.  
  
 
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1933-08-09 Lou Brouillard w co 7 (15) Ben Jeby, Polo Grounds, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA - NY. Referee: Pete Hartley. For six rounds the southpaw challenger chopped away at Jeby, stabbing out openings with his right before unleashing left-hand smashes to the body. At the end of the sixth, Jeby (159) was gasping after taking a series of such blows to the body and when he came out for the seventh Brouillard (158½) jumped on him. There was no respite and Jeby was battered around the ring before being caught full on the chin by a sweeping left and crashing over. With the count underway and Brouillard warned to keep his distance, Jeby managed to get to knees before slumping back to the floor and being counted out on the 2.21 mark.

Just under two weeks later, on 21 August at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Teddy Yarosz outpointed Vince Dundee over ten rounds to get himself into the championship shake-up in winning the Pennsylvania State title, mistakenly referred to by the Ring Record Book as the Pennsylvanian version of the world title. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, this fight involved the State title only, due to an agreement between Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, a group that recognised Brouillard as champion at the time.

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