Sport: One-Two Punch

New York's new boxing commissioner wasted no time getting down to business. One week after taking office and ten days after the Sandy Saddler-Willie Pep featherweight brawl, nine rounds of butting, thumbing and gouging (TIME, Oct. 8), Commissioner Robert Christenberry called in both fighters and swung a one-two punch. He revoked Pep's New York boxing license outright and handed Champion Saddler an indefinite suspension.


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