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1934-05-04 Freddie Miller w co 6 (15) Paul Dazzo, Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, Kentucky, USA - NBA. Referee: Tot Wilkerson. After an even first round, Miller (124¼) pushed on despite starting slowly and seemingly willing to take all that the challenger had to offer. With Dazzo (124¾) forcing the fight, Miller stood his ground to meet every onslaught head on before taking over completely and going on to knock his rival out after jabs had paved the way.     
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1934-05-04 [[Freddie Miller]] w co 6 (15) [[Paul Dazzo]], Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, Kentucky, USA - NBA. Referee: Tot Wilkerson. Following an even first round, Miller (124¼) pushed on despite starting slowly and being willing to take all that the challenger had to offer. With Dazzo (124¾) forcing the fight, Miller stood his ground to meet every onslaught head on before going on to knock his rival out after jabs had paved the way.     
  
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1934-05-04 Freddie Miller w co 6 (15) Paul Dazzo, Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, Kentucky, USA - NBA. Referee: Tot Wilkerson. Following an even first round, Miller (124¼) pushed on despite starting slowly and being willing to take all that the challenger had to offer. With Dazzo (124¾) forcing the fight, Miller stood his ground to meet every onslaught head on before going on to knock his rival out after jabs had paved the way.