1891-03-16 (126lbs) Stanton Abbott w pts 12 Ginger Elmer, NSC, Covent Garden, London, England

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1891-03-16 (126lbs) [[Stanton Abbott]] w pts 12 [[Ginger Elmer]], NSC, Covent Garden, London, England. Referee: Tom Anderson. Made at 126lbs, Abbott successfully defended his claim at the weight when adjudged to have outscored Elmer. While Abbott deserved the verdict it was a poor fight, with neither man showing his best, and at the final bell the Sporting Life report stated that the audience breathed a sigh of relief. There were no knockdowns nor were there many effective punches thrown all night.  
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1891-03-16 (126lbs) [[Stanton Abbott]] w pts 12 [[Ginger Elmer]], NSC, Covent Garden, London, England. Referee: Tom Anderson. Made at 126lbs, Abbott successfully defended his claim at the weight when adjudged to have outscored Elmer. While Abbott deserved the verdict it was a poor fight with neither man showing his best, and at the final bell the ''Sporting Life'' report stated that the audience breathed a sigh of relief. There were no knockdowns nor were there many effective punches thrown all night.  
  
 
On 4 April, [[Bill Gibbs]] won a championship competition at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Westminster, London when outpointing [[Tom Wickwar]] over three rounds.  
 
On 4 April, [[Bill Gibbs]] won a championship competition at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Westminster, London when outpointing [[Tom Wickwar]] over three rounds.  

Latest revision as of 13:37, 26 March 2013

1891-03-16 (126lbs) Stanton Abbott w pts 12 Ginger Elmer, NSC, Covent Garden, London, England. Referee: Tom Anderson. Made at 126lbs, Abbott successfully defended his claim at the weight when adjudged to have outscored Elmer. While Abbott deserved the verdict it was a poor fight with neither man showing his best, and at the final bell the Sporting Life report stated that the audience breathed a sigh of relief. There were no knockdowns nor were there many effective punches thrown all night.

On 4 April, Bill Gibbs won a championship competition at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Westminster, London when outpointing Tom Wickwar over three rounds.

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