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1892-04-27 (120lbs) Johnny Van Heest w co 7 (finish) George Siddons, Metropolitan AC, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Made at 120lbs, and using four-ounce gloves, Siddons (118) lost his American title claim at the weight to Van Heest (118), who knocked his man down three times in the seventh prior to the count out.
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1892-04-27 (120lbs) [[Johnny Van Heest]] w co 7 (finish) [[George Siddons]], Metropolitan AC, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Made at 120lbs, and using four-ounce gloves, Siddons (118) lost his American title claim at the weight to Van Heest (118), who knocked his man down three times in the seventh prior to the count out.
  
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Revision as of 16:28, 8 January 2012

1892-04-27 (120lbs) Johnny Van Heest w co 7 (finish) George Siddons, Metropolitan AC, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Made at 120lbs, and using four-ounce gloves, Siddons (118) lost his American title claim at the weight to Van Heest (118), who knocked his man down three times in the seventh prior to the count out.