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30 May (112lbs) [[Nunc Wallace]] w co 5 (12) [[Sam Tongue]], Birmingham, England. Referee: [[Bill Brown]]. Meeting in a quiet suburb, the winner would advertise himself as the English 112lbs champion. Following a very fast and interesting four rounds, Wallace knocked out his fellow ‘Brummie’ with a hard right to the pit of the stomach.  
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1887-05-30 (112lbs) [[Nunc Wallace]] w co 5 (12) [[Sam Tongue]], Birmingham, England. Referee: Bill Brown. Meeting in a quiet suburb, the winner would advertise himself as the English 112lbs champion. Following a very fast and interesting four rounds, Wallace knocked out his fellow ‘Brummie’ with a hard right to the pit of the stomach.  
  
Some five months later, [[Charlie Smith]] won Jem Mace’s English championship competition at the weight when outpointing [[Charlie Sinclair]] over three rounds at the Waites’ School of Arms, Piccadilly, London on 3 December.
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Some five months later, on 3 December, [[Charlie Smith]] won Jem Mace’s English championship competition at the weight when outpointing [[Charlie Sinclair]] over three rounds at the Waites’ School of Arms, Piccadilly, London.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:31, 19 March 2012

1887-05-30 (112lbs) Nunc Wallace w co 5 (12) Sam Tongue, Birmingham, England. Referee: Bill Brown. Meeting in a quiet suburb, the winner would advertise himself as the English 112lbs champion. Following a very fast and interesting four rounds, Wallace knocked out his fellow ‘Brummie’ with a hard right to the pit of the stomach.

Some five months later, on 3 December, Charlie Smith won Jem Mace’s English championship competition at the weight when outpointing Charlie Sinclair over three rounds at the Waites’ School of Arms, Piccadilly, London.