Regular price $850.00

On January 17, 1930 at the Coliseum in Chicago future world heavyweight champion Jimmy Braddock fought Leo Lomski on a show promoted by Jack Dempsey. Lomski won a ten round split decision over the future champion. Lomski knocked down in 2d and 5th; the judges split, and the referee called it a draw. Afterward Referee Miller said he had "erred" in his arithmetic on the original scorecard. The decision was then reversed in Lomski's favor on January 28 by the Illinois State Athletic Commission and became known as the "11-day decision."Offered here is a very rare, full, unused, on site ticket for this event.
This is an original, full, unused ticket which names both fighters, date, venue and includes a section, row and seat number. Stub firmly attached. Bold color and print. Minor soiling on front and some staining on back. Tiny crease in lower right corner. Minor edge wear. The only example of this full ticket we have seen. 2 1/4" x 6 5/8."

Size: 2 1/4 x 6 5/8

Condition: very good