1936-01-06 Valentin Angelmann w rtd 5 (15) Kid David, Sports Palace, Paris, France - IBU

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1936-01-06 Valentin Angelmann w rtd 5 (15) Kid David, Sports Palace, Paris, France - IBU. Billed for the vacant IBU version of the title, Angelmann (110¾) was always in control. Picking his punches to good effect, in the third and fourth rounds he really stepped it up to pound David (110) from head to body. Coming out for the fifth in a daze, David was immediately hit with a volley of blows to head and body before being dropped from a hard right to the jaw midway through the session. Up at ‘seven’ and in a bad way, and after taking two more heavy shots, David, who had relinquished the European title in December 1935 when saying he could no longer make the weight, retired himself.

Although Angelmann remained relatively active throughout the year, the IBU did not, it would appear, ask him to defend his newly won honours until he challenged Ernst Weiss for the European title on 12 December.