Sid Terris

Sidney Terris (September 7, 1904 – December 30, 1974) was a top rated American lightweight boxing contender from the lower East Side of Manhattan.wikipedia
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Impressively, Terris fought Sammy Mandell, 1926-30 Lightweight Boxing Champion, to a ten-round draw at Madison Square Garden on December 17, 1923.

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Taking up boxing again in 1927, he beat Billy Wallace, and followed with victories over Babe Herman, boxing great Ruby Goldstein, and Phil McGraw.
On that date he lost to the extraordinary, Sid Terris in a first-round knockout at the Polo Grounds in New York City.

Jack Bernstein

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From 1925-27, Terris had an exceptional run and defeated boxing greats Jack Bernstein and Johnny Dundee twice each.

Jimmy McLarnin

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At only 23 in early 1928, Terris was the victim of knockouts from the great Jimmy McLarnin, Ray Miller, and in January 28, 1929 from Babe Herman, speeding the end of his career.
It would be five years before McLarnin would next get a title shot, during which time he knocked out gifted Jewish contenders Al Singer, Ruby Goldstein, and Sid Terris.

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He was posthumously inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2018 as the inductee in the Early Era division (1893-1943).

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A world ranked lightweight from February 1925 until November 1929, his highest ranking was # 1.

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From 1925-27, Terris had an exceptional run and defeated boxing greats Jack Bernstein and Johnny Dundee twice each.

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He lost to Sid Terris, a highly rated lightweight in a ten round points decision in New York on January 13, 1925.

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One of the few boxers to defeat Valgar in his prime was Jewish boxer Sid Terris, the "Galloping Ghost" on August 19, 1924 at the Henderson Bowl in Brooklyn.

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