Jack Petersen was a British and Empire heavyweight champion of the 1930s and a winner of the coveted Lonsdale Belt. He also held the British title at light-heavyweight - probably his best division
Petersen (standing) thrilled Welsh fans in the 1930s with his all-action ring wars
June 1934: Len Harvey and Petersen prepare for their rematch at White City Stadium, London, where Petersen claimed the British and Empire titles in front of a crowd of over 90,000
April 1936: Petersen retains his British and Empire titles with a 15-round points win over Jock McAvoy at the Empress Stadium, Earl's Court, London
Germany's 'Blond Tiger' Walter Neusel proved to be Petersen's nemesis, stopping the Welshman three times, the final loss in 1937 ending his career
October 1958: Petersen (back row, third from left) joins a distinguished cast of former champions at Harringay Arena
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