Harry Greb vs. Tommy Loughran (4th meeting)
1923-10-11 : Harry Greb 168 lbs lost to Tommy Loughran 166 lbs by PTS in round 10 of 10
- Location: Mechanics Building, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- Referee: Johnny Brassil
- Judge: William T. McDermott
- Judge: John T. Glackin
The Pittsburgh Post said that it was a close fight. Loughran won the first two rounds, waging a body attack. Greb dominated the next five rounds. Loughran won the last three rounds. Loughran landed the cleaner blows. It was a good fight.
However, the Boston Globe said that the majority thought that Greb won handily although Loughran got the decision, but he was guilty of rough tactics and Tommy landed the clearner blows.
The Boston Herald felt that Loughran registered the cleaner blows in every round, while noting that it was a rough bout. The Boston Herald felt that Loughran won the last two rounds by a wide margin.