JO Sports Inc.

Regular price $185.00

HISTORY: On September 22, 1927, in Chicago heavyweight champion Gene Tunney defended his title against the man he took it from a year earlier, public favorite Jack Dempsey. There was great attention from the public for this rematch despite Tunney's easy win a year earlier. In round seven of the rematch Dempsey dropped Tunney, but ignored referee Dave Barry's instruction to go to a neutral corner. This afforded Tunney a chance to recover. The fight was forever more known as the "Long Count." Offered here is an original, first generation photo depicting action during the fight.

FULL DESCRIPTION: This is an original, first generation photograph. Bold, clear image. Clean front and back. Two right corners are clipped. Not creased. 8" x 10."

Size: 8" x 10"

Condition: Very Good