The Heavyweight Championship: an informal history of Heavyweight Boxing

By: Fleischer, Nat

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London: The Sportman's Bookclub, 1954. Cloth Bds. G-Vg in Edgeworn wraps. Sm 8vo. b&w photo illus. dustwrapper This is an acclaimed history of the Heavyweight Championship in Boxing by legendary sportswriter Nat Fleischer, (who also founded The Ring Magazine); this takes the story of Heavyweight Boxing from the bare-knuckle days of Daniel Mendoza, Jem Mace and John L. Sullivan, through the early years of gloved boxing, Corbett, Fitzsimmons, Jeffries, Burns, Johnson, Willard, Dempsey, Tunney, etc, and finishes with the great Joe Louis; a Sportsman's Book Club edition; this copy has lightly rubbed boards, and some scattered foxing to eps/prelims, o.w. VG throughout; wraps are edgeworn, with some pieces chipped out head and foot of spine, and front lower corner; wraps protected in mylar.

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