Preston Brown, a 125-pound boxer, thought he was pretty good with his fists. One night in 1913 he proved it. Brown was at the Broadway Athletic Club in Philadelphia when he announced that he would fight all comers, one at a time.
Six boxers accepted his challenge. Some were heavier than Brown. He knocked out the first five in early rounds and gained a decision over the sixth fighter.
From The Giant Book of More Strange But True Sports Stories by Howard Liss. Illustrations by Joe Mathieu.