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World Championship Boxing

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The Light-Heavyweight
Championship of the World
Before British, European and Commonwealth Champion CHRIS FINNEGAN begins his challenge to wrest the world title from America's BOB FOSTER at Wembley, HARRY CARPENTER and PETER Wilson recall, with recorded illustrations, some of the great contests for this championship which have taken place in London followed at 9.10* by Bob Foster (USA) The Champion v
Chris Finnegan (GB) The Challenger
Promoted by HARRY LEVENE
Commentary on the 15-round contest by SIMON SMITH live from the ringside at the Empire Pool, Wembley. with inter-round summaries by FRED VCRLANDER
(On BBC1 tomorrow 9.55 pm)
10.15*
Sports Desk
(1500m only. VHF joins Radio 1)

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Finnegan
Unknown: Bob Foster
Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Peter Wilson
Unknown: Bob Foster
Unknown: Chris Finnegan
Unknown: Simon Smith
Unknown: Fred Vcrlander

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World Championship Boxing

BBC Radio 2, 26 September 1972 21.00






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