The Knockout Boxing Program - January 18, 1947 - Oakland Billy Smith vs. Bobby Zander

The Knockout Boxing Program - January 18, 1947 - Oakland Billy Smith vs. Bobby Zander
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The Knockout Boxing Program - January 18, 1947 - Oakland Billy Smith vs. Bobby Zander
"THE KNOCKOUT Official Fite Program"

January 18, 1947

Front Cover Subject(s) Oakland Billy Smith

Back Cover Subject(s) Aaron Perry

Featured Fight(s)
Oakland Billy Smith vs. Bobby Zander, Aaron Perry vs. Earl Turner

Some of the boxers pictured inside include:
Frankie Moore, Earl Turner, Ralph Lara, Enrique Bolanos, Jess Flores vs. Enrique Bolanos, Harold Dade, Little Silver Rodriguez, Alfredo Chavez

Some of the Wrestlers pictured include:
Enrique Torres, Paavo Katonen, Leo Wallick, Herb Parks, Ernie Piluso

Los Angeles publication which was published to serve as a souvenir fight program for the various Boxing & Wrestling promotions in the area on that particular week. In many cases this was the only program issued for the fights listed. I believe this was probably distributed at the various fight venues and possibly at news-stands in the area.

SIZE - About 8 3/4" x 11 3/4" inches. 16 pages including covers.

CONDITION - About VG condition with general handling wear. 3 neat punch holes near spine from binder storage.

PRICE - $19.95

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