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Floyd Johnson (7 July 1900, Des Moines, Idaho – 1 June 1986), nicknamed "The Auburn Bulldog", was an American heavyweight boxer who was known for his stiff punch. His (incomplete) boxing record comes out to: 38 wins (27 by knockout), 13 losses, and 11 draws. In 1923, he was considered a leading contender, and described in Time as "possibly the fifth-best heavyweight in the ring." After his boxing career ended, he went into promotion at White Center, Washington.[4] and served as a deputy sheriff in King County, Washington. He had a cameo in the 1925 film Way of a Girl, and a publicity photo for the film featured actress Eleanor Boardman pretending to photograph Johnson. Offered here is an original exhibit card of Floyd Johnson.
This is an original exhibit card of Floyd Johnson with his record on the back. Bold, clear image. Not creased or torn. Slight foxing from age. Minor edge and surface wear. 3 3/8" x 5 3/8."

Size: 3 3/8 x 5 3/8

Condition: excellent