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22 May (106lbs) [[Mike Small]] w rtd 5 (finish) [[Bill Rose]], London, England. Held somewhere in the west end of London in small gloves, while there was no mention of billing Small (106) continued to claim the English title at the weight on winning. The ''Sporting Life'' reported it to be a hard slog from the beginning that came to an end when a tiring Rose (104) gave up the fight in the fifth, while ''The Sportsman'' reported it as a fourth-round retirement.
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1890-05-22 (106lbs) [[Mike Small]] w rtd 5 (finish) [[Bill Rose]], London, England. Held somewhere in the west end of London in small gloves, while there was no mention of billing Small (106) continued to claim the English title at the weight on winning. The ''Sporting Life'' reported it to be a hard slog from the beginning that came to an end when a tiring Rose (104) gave up the fight in the fifth, while ''The Sportsman'' reported it as a fourth-round retirement.
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Revision as of 16:47, 16 February 2012

1890-05-22 (106lbs) Mike Small w rtd 5 (finish) Bill Rose, London, England. Held somewhere in the west end of London in small gloves, while there was no mention of billing Small (106) continued to claim the English title at the weight on winning. The Sporting Life reported it to be a hard slog from the beginning that came to an end when a tiring Rose (104) gave up the fight in the fifth, while The Sportsman reported it as a fourth-round retirement.