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Some entertaining facts have been divulged in the negotiations for a match between Mahmout, the Turk, and Zybysko, the Pole, and the most interesting is the fact that in the last three years there have been but three matches in Chicago that were on the square.
One was the Hackenschmidt-Gotch match, which as an exhibition was the worst ever seen. But it was honest. Another with a taste of squareness was the Mahmout-Americus contest, on fall of which was on the level. The other square bout is not exactly known.
Great Raw after a great pay per view. We get the beginning of several intriguing and possibly money-drawing matches (yes, that includes a sports entertainment match featuring Michael Cole), and it didn't really feel rushed.