"The Bruiser Bruis'd"
Record No
23522
Title
"The Bruiser Bruis'd"
Description
"The Bruiser Bruis'd"; showing the prize fight between John Broughton and Jack Slack in 1750. Broughton, regarded as 'The Father of Boxing', the then undefeated Champion of England, came out of retirement when he was challenged by the much younger Slack, a Norfolk butcher. Slack won the fight and became the Champion of England.
Date of execution
1750
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Lysons' Environs of London
Engraver
anon.
Publisher
Griffin, E.
Medium
engraving
Support
paper
Longest dimension
32cms
Shortest dimension
26cms
Catalogue No
p5388374
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