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1933-12-04 [[Kid Chocolate]] w pts 10 [[Frankie Wallace]], Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA - OHIO/PENN. Referee: Tommy Mulgrew. Boxing at his supreme best, the champion was not extended by Wallace (130), who despite being as game as a pebble won just one round before going down unanimously on the cards. Having made a cautious start, by the second round Chocolate (130) was already doing very much as he pleased and in the fourth and fifth sessions he handed out a terrific beating to the brave Wallace, who was forced to take solid blows to head and body without return. Then, with Wallace still willing to mix it and with the fight in the bag, Chocolate decided to box and dance his way home.  
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1933-12-04 [[Kid Chocolate]] w pts 10 [[Frankie Wallace]], Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA - OHIO/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Tommy Mulgrew. Boxing at his supreme best, the champion was not extended by Wallace (130), who despite being as game as a pebble won just one round before going down unanimously on the cards. Having made a cautious start, by the second round Chocolate (130) was already doing very much as he pleased. And in the fourth and fifth sessions he handed out a terrific beating to the brave Wallace, when forcing the latter to take solid blows to head and body without return. Although Wallace was still willing to mix it, with the fight in the bag Chocolate decided to box and dance his way home.  
  
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Latest revision as of 16:15, 7 April 2013

1933-12-04 Kid Chocolate w pts 10 Frankie Wallace, Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA - OHIO/PENNSYLVANIA. Referee: Tommy Mulgrew. Boxing at his supreme best, the champion was not extended by Wallace (130), who despite being as game as a pebble won just one round before going down unanimously on the cards. Having made a cautious start, by the second round Chocolate (130) was already doing very much as he pleased. And in the fourth and fifth sessions he handed out a terrific beating to the brave Wallace, when forcing the latter to take solid blows to head and body without return. Although Wallace was still willing to mix it, with the fight in the bag Chocolate decided to box and dance his way home.