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HISTORY: Al McCoy (born "Alexander Rudolph," in Rosenhayn, New Jersey, October 23, 1894¬ August 22, 1966, in Los Angeles, California) was a boxing world middleweight champion from 1914 to 1917. He defeated George Chip in an upset with a 1st round knockout to win the world title on April 7, 1914. He won his title at the age of 18, and was the first southpaw (left­hander) ever to win a World championship. In an era when a champion could only lose his title by a knockout, McCoy battled through 46 fights. The left handed McCoy forfeited his title in 1917 to Mike O'Dowd, losing by a 6th round knockout. Al McCoy’s professional record: 157 bouts — won 99 (26 KOs), lost 40, no-decisions 18.Presented here is a signed letter from Al McCoy to a friend.
This signed letter measures 7 inches by 10 inches.The letter has the usual folds.The writing is in ink and is neat and clean.The signature is in ink and perfect, dated 1954.Included is the postmarked envelope with Mc Cys's return address stamped on the front and back.

Size: 7 x 10

Condition: excellent