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7 June (108lbs) [[Eddie Avery]] w co 12 (finish) [[Hughie Boyle]], Woodside, Queens, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: [[Con McAuliffe]]. Held in a well-known hostelry on Long Island and billed for the American/World 108lbs title, with skin-tight gloves preferred and articled under [[MoQ Rules]], the fight lasted some 45 minutes before Boyle (106¾), badly cut over the right eye, was smashed to the canvas for the full count following a fierce uppercut to the throat. Avery (107) had the best of it almost throughout with Boyle taking several counts.  
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1890-06-07 (108lbs) [[Eddie Avery]] w co 12 (finish) [[Hughie Boyle]], Woodside, Queens, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: Con McAuliffe. Held in a well-known hostelry on Long Island, and billed for the American/World 108lbs title, with skin-tight gloves preferred, it was articled under [[MoQ Rules]]. The fight lasted some 45 minutes before Boyle (106¾), badly cut over the right eye, was smashed to the canvas for the full count following a fierce uppercut to the throat. Avery (107) had the best of it almost throughout, Boyle taking several counts.  
  
 
On 4 December 1891, Boyle was reinstated as an amateur by the AAU before coming back to meet [[Connie Sullivan]] a year later.
 
On 4 December 1891, Boyle was reinstated as an amateur by the AAU before coming back to meet [[Connie Sullivan]] a year later.
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Latest revision as of 14:02, 13 March 2013

1890-06-07 (108lbs) Eddie Avery w co 12 (finish) Hughie Boyle, Woodside, Queens, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: Con McAuliffe. Held in a well-known hostelry on Long Island, and billed for the American/World 108lbs title, with skin-tight gloves preferred, it was articled under MoQ Rules. The fight lasted some 45 minutes before Boyle (106¾), badly cut over the right eye, was smashed to the canvas for the full count following a fierce uppercut to the throat. Avery (107) had the best of it almost throughout, Boyle taking several counts.

On 4 December 1891, Boyle was reinstated as an amateur by the AAU before coming back to meet Connie Sullivan a year later.