Every boxer worthy of the name, be he the weight of a feather or as beefy as a bull, has a famed right, a famed left, or a famed uppercut or something famed.
When Danny Frush, English featherweight, met Eugene Criqui, ex-featherweight world's champion at Paris, the latter had a famed right, but it served him in a most "un-famed" way.
After seven whirring rounds the
honors stood even. In the eighth, jabs became good honest punches and one from Frush caught "Gene" Criqui, his face already bloody and his eyes staring, on the...