Regular price $350.00

Thomas Patrick Loughran (November 29, 1902 – July 7, 1982) was the light heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Loughran's effective use of coordinated foot work, sound defense and swift, accurate counter punching is now regarded as a precursor to the techniques practiced in modern boxing. Loughran fought many middleweight, light heavyweight, and heavyweight champions in his career, including Gene Tunney, Jack Sharkey and Georges Carpentier. Loughran even achieved a Newspaper Decision over fistic phenom Harry Greb. Loughran was but 19 years old when he first met Greb. As a light heavyweight, he defeated two future world heavyweight champions: Max Baer and James J. Braddock. Loughran finally fought Primo Carnera for the heavyweight title but lost a decision. While Loughran is remembered among boxing's elite, his career was marred by his fragile hands and jaw. He is a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame. He was the Ring Magazine's Fighter of the Year in 1929 and 1931. Offered here is a beautiful Fowler Studio original photograph of Tommy Loughran which he has boldly signed and inscribed in ink.
This is an original studio portrait of Tommy Loughran in period dress. Boldly signed and inscribed in fountain pen ink, "Harry my friend Good Luck Tommy Loughran 8/28/36." Not creased or torn. Clean front and back. Very minor edge wear. Bold, clear image. 5" x 7."

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: excellent