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1891-10-14 (110lbs) [[Bill Moore]] drew 12 [[Mike Small]], Public Baths, Newmarket, England. Although there were no weights given, no title billing, and a catchweight contest, it was thought that Moore’s 110lbs English title claim was at risk in this one, especially as Small had boxed at 102lbs a month earlier. There were very few details reported in any of the sporting papers, other than the fact that Moore was taller, slightly heavier than Small, and was very active at close quarters.
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1891-10-14 (110lbs) [[Bill Moore]] drew 12 [[Mike Small]], Public Baths, Newmarket, England. Although there were no weights given, no title billing, and a catchweight contest, it was thought that Moore’s 110lbs English title claim was at risk in this one, especially as Small had boxed at 102lbs a month earlier. There were very few details reported in any of the sporting papers, other than the fact that Moore was taller, slightly heavier than Small, and was very active at close-quarters.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:56, 14 March 2013

1891-10-14 (110lbs) Bill Moore drew 12 Mike Small, Public Baths, Newmarket, England. Although there were no weights given, no title billing, and a catchweight contest, it was thought that Moore’s 110lbs English title claim was at risk in this one, especially as Small had boxed at 102lbs a month earlier. There were very few details reported in any of the sporting papers, other than the fact that Moore was taller, slightly heavier than Small, and was very active at close-quarters.