No he never won a lonsdale belt
Yes, although it was then known as the National Sporting Club's Challenge Belt, of which 21 were awarded between 1909-1935 until it was introduced as the Lord Londsdale Challenge Belt in 1936 by the BBBoC.Although he had two tenures up instead of the required three title reign's he was still awarded a Londsdale Belt outright.
It changes every time, when you get your purple belt, and you want to get your brown, then it takes about 20 wins.With the new changes there is now a progress bar that shows how far you are between belts.
Yes, Jack Hood won the BBBofC British welterweight title on May 31, 1926, when he won a 20 round decision over Harry Mason and held the title until he reitired in 1934.
well if you earn the white belt which is one win... to get to the next belt is to win twice ect. :)
The World Championships did not exist in Tommy Carlos's Days in running.
white belt-5 wns yellow belt- 15 wins orange belt-20 green belt-25 blue belt- 35 red belt- 40-45 purple belt-50-60 brown belt- 60-70 black belt- 70-80 wins when you get to end of the brown belt then you go to challenge sensie and challenge him 5 times on the fifth turn youll win hope this helps bye