Regular price $5,000.00

On December 10, 1923 at Madison Square Garden in New York Gene Tunney and Harry Greb battled for the American Light Heavyweight title. Tunney prevailed winning a unanimous 15 round decision. The consensus was that Tunney won 9 rounds, Greb four, and two were even. Tunney mounted a body attack that allowed him to dominate the fight from rounds 8 to 14. The first seven rounds were evenly fought and Greb rallied strongly to win the 15th. Greb landed many more punches but Tunney's were harder and cleaner. There were no knockdowns. On The undercard future world light heavyweight champion Tommy Loughran won a ten round decision over Roland Todd. Offered here is an extremely rare original, official program for this event.
This is an original, one page official program which includes bout listing and scorecard. Program was offered free with a copy of The Ring (Magazine). Not scored. Clean front and back. Bold, clear print. Not creased. Edge wear. 8 1/4" x 10 3/4." Rare, the only we have ever offered.

Size: 8 1/4 x 10 3/4

Condition: very good