Tommy Loughran 172 lbs beat Pete Latzo 168 lbs by UD in round 10 of 10
- Date: 1928-07-16
- Location: Artillery Park, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA
- Referee: Leo Houck
- Judge: Ed Zwiebel
- Judge: Jock Simcoe
Loughran got off to a good start in the first three rounds, using his left jab effectively against Latzo who stuggled to get going until the end of the 2nd round. Latzo had a strong 4th round, but was stung with a low blow, while Loughran was cut along his right cheek and over his right eye. Loughran bouned back with a strong 5th round, as Latzo's energy waned. Latzo held Loughran even in the 6th round, and carried the 7th round, with a last minute rally. The last three rounds were less clear according to the Wilkes-Barre Record, with the last round being the slowest of the bout.
The Associated Press scored the bout 5-4-1 for Loughran, while the Wilkes-Barre Record also favored Loughran 5-3-2. The Scranton Times favored Loughran 7-3.
- Loughran's guarantee: $25,000
- Latzo's guarantee: $7,500