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1887-06-16 (128lbs) [[Sam Blakelock]] w pts 12 [[Reuben Baxter]], Paradise Street School of Arms, Lambeth, London, England. Referee: E. Sampson. Made at 128lbs, the contest set off at a very fast pace and as early as the sixth round it was generally felt that it could not continue at such a rate. However, it did and Blakelock, who proved to be the stronger of the two, earned the verdict after putting more work in over the last few sessions than did Baxter.  
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1887-06-16 (128lbs) [[Sam Blakelock]] w pts 12 [[Reuben Baxter]], Paradise Street School of Arms, Lambeth, London, England. Referee: E. Sampson. Made at 128lbs, with the contest setting off at a very fast pace as early as the sixth round it was generally felt that it could not continue at such a rate. However, it did, with Blakelock, proving to be the stronger of the two, earning the verdict after putting more work in over the last few sessions than did Baxter.  
  
 
Although no championship billing was given, Blakelock claimed the English title at the weight on the result.  
 
Although no championship billing was given, Blakelock claimed the English title at the weight on the result.  
  
The 128lbs weight class then lapsed until September 1883 when [[Young Jacob Hyams]] challenged all England at the weight.
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The 128lbs class then lapsed until September 1883 when [[Young Jacob Hyams]] challenged all England at the weight.
  
 
[[Category: 1887 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1887 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Lightweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Lightweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 01:19, 11 April 2013

1887-06-16 (128lbs) Sam Blakelock w pts 12 Reuben Baxter, Paradise Street School of Arms, Lambeth, London, England. Referee: E. Sampson. Made at 128lbs, with the contest setting off at a very fast pace as early as the sixth round it was generally felt that it could not continue at such a rate. However, it did, with Blakelock, proving to be the stronger of the two, earning the verdict after putting more work in over the last few sessions than did Baxter.

Although no championship billing was given, Blakelock claimed the English title at the weight on the result.

The 128lbs class then lapsed until September 1883 when Young Jacob Hyams challenged all England at the weight.