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1892-05-31 (122lbs) [[Johnny Murphy]] nc 40 (finish) [[Torpedo Billy Murphy]], Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Billed for the world 122lbs title, from round 26 to 40 not a worthwhile blow was struck and the referee called it off, announcing it to be a no-contest.  
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1892-05-31 (122lbs) [[Johnny Murphy]] nc 40 (finish) [[Torpedo Billy Murphy]], Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Billed for the world 122lbs title, from round 26 to 40 not a worthwhile blow was struck before the referee called it off, announcing it to be a no-contest.  
  
 
A rematch was called for on 8 June, but Billy was forced to withdraw due to injury and Johnny (121½) claimed the title by forfeit.  
 
A rematch was called for on 8 June, but Billy was forced to withdraw due to injury and Johnny (121½) claimed the title by forfeit.  

Revision as of 12:48, 7 December 2012

1892-05-31 (122lbs) Johnny Murphy nc 40 (finish) Torpedo Billy Murphy, Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Billed for the world 122lbs title, from round 26 to 40 not a worthwhile blow was struck before the referee called it off, announcing it to be a no-contest.

A rematch was called for on 8 June, but Billy was forced to withdraw due to injury and Johnny (121½) claimed the title by forfeit.

See under Bantamweight Division also.