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1889-12-17 (130lbs) [[Austin Gibbons]] w co 24 (finish) [[Mike Cushing]], Stamford, Connecticut, USA. Referee: Dominic McCaffrey. Held in a local hall, Gibbons pounded Cushing all over from start to finish, the latter resorting to fouling. In the 24th round Cushing was knocked down twice before being finished off by a right to the stomach. Billed for the American and world 130lbs title, and contested in skin-tight gloves, having been articled for 126lbs, Gibbons (130) claimed the championship following his victory over Cushing (128).   
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1889-12-17 (130lbs) [[Austin Gibbons]] w co 24 (finish) [[Mike Cushing]], Stamford, Connecticut, USA. Referee: Dominic McCaffrey. Held in a local hall, Gibbons pounded Cushing all over from start to finish, the latter resorting to fouling. In the 24th round Cushing was knocked down twice before being finished off by a right to the stomach. Billed for the American and world 130lbs title, and contested in skin-tight gloves, despite having been articled for 126lbs Gibbons (130) claimed the championship following his victory over Cushing (128).   
  
 
On 10 October 1892, Gibbons v [[Stanton Abbott]], which had been billed for the world 130lbs title at the NSC in London, was cancelled when the former was unable to make the weight.  
 
On 10 October 1892, Gibbons v [[Stanton Abbott]], which had been billed for the world 130lbs title at the NSC in London, was cancelled when the former was unable to make the weight.  

Latest revision as of 11:12, 11 April 2013

1889-12-17 (130lbs) Austin Gibbons w co 24 (finish) Mike Cushing, Stamford, Connecticut, USA. Referee: Dominic McCaffrey. Held in a local hall, Gibbons pounded Cushing all over from start to finish, the latter resorting to fouling. In the 24th round Cushing was knocked down twice before being finished off by a right to the stomach. Billed for the American and world 130lbs title, and contested in skin-tight gloves, despite having been articled for 126lbs Gibbons (130) claimed the championship following his victory over Cushing (128).

On 10 October 1892, Gibbons v Stanton Abbott, which had been billed for the world 130lbs title at the NSC in London, was cancelled when the former was unable to make the weight.