Ezzard Charles vs Archie Moore III

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Ezzard Charles vs Archie Moore III
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Date: 
Tuesday, January 13, 1948
Location: 
Arena, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
15
Referee: 
Jackie Davis

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Fan Cards: Ezzard Charles vs Archie Moore III


scorecard by MATCHROOM
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EZZARD CHARLES
ARCHIE MOORE


scorecard by NARUTO
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EZZARD CHARLES
ARCHIE MOORE


scorecard by WHAT_IS_THE_DEFAULT_PASSWORD
Round
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EZZARD CHARLES
ARCHIE MOORE


scorecard by BOXING PURIST
Round
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EZZARD CHARLES
ARCHIE MOORE


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
Round
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EZZARD CHARLES
10
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9
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10
68
ARCHIE MOORE
9
9
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10
9
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9
65


scorecard by RORSCHACH
Round
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EZZARD CHARLES
10
10
9
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10
68
ARCHIE MOORE
9
9
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65


Comments

rorschach's picture

Charles puts a exclamation point on his domination of The Old Mongoose.

rorschach's picture

Gee Boxing Knowledge does the same shit again, didn't even not a single round scored, clean up your own mess motherfucker.

what_is_the_default_password's picture

How about you explain how you scored the fight without any footage being publicly available? Don't tell me you are a films collector!

Boxing Purist's picture

Unfortunate there is no film for this series, this would have been a wonderful trilogy to appreciate.

what_is_the_default_password's picture

"Charles won the first two rounds, lost the next two, and then won the next three. They set a terrific pace.... Midway in the eighth round, Moore caught Charles with a terrific left hook and followed his advantage.... Charles was definitely on the verge of a kayo... but, to the surprise of everyone, he snapped out of his dazed condition, landed a volley of left hooks and then a perfect right cross." (The Ring, April 1948, page 51).

There goes the scorecards for this fight, personally I only score fights I can actually watch.