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It's 1952. June in London. The Chancellor of the Exchanger decides to waiver the recent 16% entertainment tax increase to 32% for promoter Jack Solomons to stage the third contest in the Sugar Ray Robinson, Randy Turpin rivalry.
(With more money on offer than a showdown with Joey Maxim, and still retaining a similar cut of the proceeds, Robinson signs the contract. Turpin in turn never enter negotiations to meet Don Cockell.)
Opinions on how it could of went? Pre-fight favourite? Possible outcome?