“The Fighting Fury” was sent to Street & Smith on June 6, 1931, but was later rejected. It was also sent to McFadden on June 20, 1931.

In a letter (#165) to Tevis Clyde Smith in the week of May 18, 1931, we learn:

And I’ve got plenty to do yet; the Texaco Star appears to want more articles, Farsnworth wants the Baibars story, and I’ve got some stuff I wrote at Marlin — a ring story I want to rewrite for Street & Smith, and a pseudo-scientific junk I want to finish and get off to the Claytons. And with all that work, very likely I won’t sell any of it.

The story to Street & Smith is most likely “The Fighting Fury”.

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