Bradley, Frankie : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Bradley, Frankie

Bradley was a bantamweight in the 1900s and 1910s.

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Career Highlights:
During his career, Bradley fought two world bantamweight champions. After turning pro, he fought Hall of Famer Kid Williams in 1910, and was knocked out in the fifth round. His rematch with Williams in 1913 ended in a no decision. In May 1913, Bradley faced world bantamweight champion (and former featherweight champ) Johnny Coulon, in a bout that ended in a six-round no decision.


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