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11 January (105lbs) [[Frank Donovan]] w co 21 (finish) [[Joe Glassey]], [[Dancing Pavilion, Elizabethport, New Jersey]], USA. Referee: [[Pete Donohoe]]. Contested in skin-tight gloves, for four rounds no damage was done, but from the fifth through to the 17th the fighting was of the sharpest order according to the ''New York Sun''. Unfortunately, from thereon there was much fouling before the fight came to a finish in the 21st session. Having rushed Glassey (102) into a corner Donovan (105) sent him to the floor to be counted out after landing a swinging right hand to the throat. It had lasted one hour, 22 minutes. Following on from this, Donovan laid claim to the American 105lbs title.
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11 January (105lbs) [[Frank Donovan]] w co 21 (finish) [[Joe Glassey]], Dancing Pavilion, Elizabethport, New Jersey, USA. Referee: Pete Donohoe. Contested in skin-tight gloves, for four rounds no damage was done, but from the fifth through to the 17th the fighting was of the sharpest order according to the ''New York Sun''. Unfortunately, from thereon there was much fouling before the fight came to a finish in the 21st session. Having rushed Glassey (102) into a corner Donovan (105) sent him to the floor to be counted out after landing a swinging right hand to the throat. It had lasted one hour, 22 minutes.  
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At the end of the contest, Donovan laid claim to the American 105lbs title.
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[[Category: 1889 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 15:48, 16 February 2012

11 January (105lbs) Frank Donovan w co 21 (finish) Joe Glassey, Dancing Pavilion, Elizabethport, New Jersey, USA. Referee: Pete Donohoe. Contested in skin-tight gloves, for four rounds no damage was done, but from the fifth through to the 17th the fighting was of the sharpest order according to the New York Sun. Unfortunately, from thereon there was much fouling before the fight came to a finish in the 21st session. Having rushed Glassey (102) into a corner Donovan (105) sent him to the floor to be counted out after landing a swinging right hand to the throat. It had lasted one hour, 22 minutes.

At the end of the contest, Donovan laid claim to the American 105lbs title.