On January 31, 1930 at Madison Square Garden in New York lightweights Al Singer and Stanislaus Loayza squared off in the main event. Singer prevailed winning a unanimous ten round decision. "A stirring battle crowded with action" and having "for its climax a reckless, pulse-throbbing recovery in which the lad threatened with defeat rallied and with a single blow almost became the conqueror rather than the conquered." (New York Times). Offered here is an original wire photo depicting the two fighters squaring off before the bout.
This is an original Pacific & Atlantic Photos wire photo with their caption and stamp on the back. Clean front and back. Bold, clear image. Crease in upper right corner. Some discoloration at lower portion. 6" x 8."