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British Champion Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 11 pictures in our British Champion collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Jimmy Walsh, British boxer, 1938
Jimmy Walsh, British boxer, 1938
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Jack Petersen, Welsh boxer, 1938
Jack Petersen, Welsh boxer, 1938
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Jock McAvoy, British boxer, 1938
Jock McAvoy, British boxer, 1938
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Johnny King, British boxer, 1938
Johnny King, British boxer, 1938
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Len Harvey, British boxer, 1938
Len Harvey, British boxer, 1938
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Ben Foord, South African boxer, 1938
Ben Foord, South African boxer, 1938
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Tommy Farr, Welsh boxer, 1938
Tommy Farr, Welsh boxer, 1938
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Jim Driscoll, Welsh boxer, (1938)
Jim Driscoll, Welsh boxer, (1938)
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Dave Crowley, British boxer, 1938
Dave Crowley, British boxer, 1938
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Eric Boon, British boxer, 1938
Eric Boon, British boxer, 1938
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Jack Kid Berg, English boxer, 1938
Jack Kid Berg, English boxer, 1938
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Johnny King, British boxer, 1938 Featured Image

Johnny King, British boxer, 1938

Johnny King, British boxer, 1938. Johnny King (1912-1963) fought a remarkable 225 times at flyweight and later, bantamweight, winning 149 times with 49 losses and 14 draws. In 1932 he beat Dick Corbett on points to claim the British and British Empire bantamweight titles. The following year he lost a world title bout against Panama Al Brown on points. In 1934 King fought Corbett twice more for the British and Empire bantamweight belts, losing the first fight and drawing the second, but regained the by then vacant British title in 1935 with a points win over Len Hampston. He failed in an attempt to win the British featherweight championship in 1936, but made successful defences of his bantamweight title in 1937 and 1938. The belt remained in King's possession until 1947, when he was knocked out by Jackie Paterson in what would be his last fight. A Churchman's Cigarettes picture card

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