Originally Posted by lufcrazy
They fought a 6 round affair which doesn't strongly indicate either way how the two would have gone on in a real fight.
Who takes it? Ketchel had brutally unified the mw title claims as well as proved supremacy over his main championship rival.
Langford had compiled some great results as a welterweight and would soon go onto become the best active lhw and hw in the world.
These two might have been the hardest punchers in the sport and were certainly up there in any retrospective p4p list.
So who takes it? Would Langford finally claim an undisputed championship? Or would Ketchel secure a victory that would further strengthen his great mw legacy?
Langford and by ko ,Stanley was sliding in1910.