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28 May (110lbs) [[Tommy Spider Kelly]] w rtd 16 (finish) [[Harry Walton]], [[Cribb AC, Troy, New York]], USA. Referee: [[Jim Dougray]]. Billed for the American 110lbs title using two-ounce gloves, both men were inside the stipulated weight. After 16 rounds of what had been a fairly even affair, Walton pulled the gloves off saying that he was out of condition and had only agreed to go 15 rounds in the first place.
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1889-05-28 (110lbs) [[Tommy Spider Kelly]] w rtd 16 (finish) [[Harry Walton]], Cribb AC, Troy, New York, USA. Referee: Jim Dougray. Billed for the American 110lbs title using two-ounce gloves, both men were inside the stipulated weight. After 16 rounds of what had been a fairly even affair, Walton pulled the gloves off saying that he was out of condition and had only agreed to go 15 rounds in the first place.
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Revision as of 16:19, 16 February 2012

1889-05-28 (110lbs) Tommy Spider Kelly w rtd 16 (finish) Harry Walton, Cribb AC, Troy, New York, USA. Referee: Jim Dougray. Billed for the American 110lbs title using two-ounce gloves, both men were inside the stipulated weight. After 16 rounds of what had been a fairly even affair, Walton pulled the gloves off saying that he was out of condition and had only agreed to go 15 rounds in the first place.