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1892-04-18 (140lbs) [[George Dawson]] w rtd 42 (finish) [[Billy Gallagher]], Californian AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 140lbs, Dawson put his title claim at the weight to the test in this one and won after Gallagher was unable to respond to the bell beginning the 42nd, having suffered a severely cut mouth. It had been fairly even for 37 rounds before Dawson began to get on top.  
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1892-04-18 (140lbs) [[George Dawson]] w rtd 42 (finish) [[Billy Gallagher]], Californian AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 140lbs, Dawson put his title claim at the weight to the test in this one, winning after Gallagher was unable to respond to the bell beginning the 42nd, having suffered a severely cut mouth. It had been fairly even for 37 rounds before Dawson began to get on top.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:30, 11 April 2013

1892-04-18 (140lbs) George Dawson w rtd 42 (finish) Billy Gallagher, Californian AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 140lbs, Dawson put his title claim at the weight to the test in this one, winning after Gallagher was unable to respond to the bell beginning the 42nd, having suffered a severely cut mouth. It had been fairly even for 37 rounds before Dawson began to get on top.