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11 February (90lbs) [[Harry Munro]] w pts 20 [[Mike Lanigan]], London, England. Contested on a Harry Holdsworth private show in London’s east end and billed for the world and English 90lb titles, the winner was presented with a championship belt.  
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1891-02-11 (90lbs) [[Harry Munro]] w pts 20 [[Mike Lanigan]], London, England. Contested on a Harry Holdsworth private show in London’s east-end, and billed for the world and English 90lb titles, the winner was presented with a championship belt.  
  
There is not much more we know about this one as there were no reports other than the result, although it was stated that the fight had initially been due to take place on 19 January at the Devonshire Public House, St Luke’s, London and that Munro had failed to turn up.
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There is not much more we know about this one as there were no reports other than the result, although it was stated that the fight had initially been due to take place on 19 January at the Devonshire Public House, St Luke’s, London, but Munro had failed to turn up.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:17, 13 March 2013

1891-02-11 (90lbs) Harry Munro w pts 20 Mike Lanigan, London, England. Contested on a Harry Holdsworth private show in London’s east-end, and billed for the world and English 90lb titles, the winner was presented with a championship belt.

There is not much more we know about this one as there were no reports other than the result, although it was stated that the fight had initially been due to take place on 19 January at the Devonshire Public House, St Luke’s, London, but Munro had failed to turn up.