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1892-09-29 (120lbs) [[Solly Smith]] drew 56 (finish) [[George Siddons]], California AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 120lbs the first 25 rounds saw a fair exhibition of boxing, but after that the contest disintegrated with barely a punch being thrown and the referee called a halt to proceedings when he felt there was no likelihood of a winner emerging.
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1892-09-29 (120lbs) [[Solly Smith]] drew 56 (finish) [[George Siddons]], California AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 120lbs the first 25 rounds saw a fair exhibition of boxing, but after that the contest disintegrated with barely a punch being thrown. Eventually, the referee called a halt to proceedings when he felt there was no likelihood of a winner emerging.
  
 
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[[Category: 1892 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 12:54, 7 December 2012

1892-09-29 (120lbs) Solly Smith drew 56 (finish) George Siddons, California AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Made at 120lbs the first 25 rounds saw a fair exhibition of boxing, but after that the contest disintegrated with barely a punch being thrown. Eventually, the referee called a halt to proceedings when he felt there was no likelihood of a winner emerging.