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1943-10-27 [[Sammy Angott]] w pts 15 [[Slugger White]], Gilmore Field, Los Angeles, California, USA - NBA. Referee: Benny Whitman. Scorecards: 91-75, 99-66, 96-69. In an entertaining but one-sided contest, Angott (134) gave White (135) a real drubbing, round after round, as he regained by a unanimous decision at least part of the title he had once given up. Although the busy White, who finished badly marked up, tried everything he knew he seemed unable to fathom out Angott’s unorthodox tactics and was tied up and pounded almost at will by a man who finished as fresh as when he started.  
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1943-10-27 [[Sammy Angott]] w pts 15 [[Slugger White]], Gilmore Field, Los Angeles, California, USA - NBA. Referee: Benny Whitman. Scorecards: 91-75, 99-66, 96-69. In an entertaining but one-sided contest, Angott (134) gave White (135) a real drubbing, round after round, as he regained by a unanimous decision at least part of the title he had once given up. Although the busy White, who finished badly marked up, tried everything he knew he seemed unable to fathom out Angott’s unorthodox tactics, being tied up and pounded almost at will by a man who finished as fresh as when he started.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:36, 18 April 2013

1943-10-27 Sammy Angott w pts 15 Slugger White, Gilmore Field, Los Angeles, California, USA - NBA. Referee: Benny Whitman. Scorecards: 91-75, 99-66, 96-69. In an entertaining but one-sided contest, Angott (134) gave White (135) a real drubbing, round after round, as he regained by a unanimous decision at least part of the title he had once given up. Although the busy White, who finished badly marked up, tried everything he knew he seemed unable to fathom out Angott’s unorthodox tactics, being tied up and pounded almost at will by a man who finished as fresh as when he started.