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1892-10-23 (128lbs) Andy Bowen w rtd 18 (finish) Johnny Eckert, Cypress City AC, Plaquemine, Louisiana, USA. Referee: Walter Knuckles. Billed at 128lbs, give or take two pounds, it was announced that both men had tipped the scales at 133lbs. With the pair having fought like tigers, Bowen eventually won in the 18th round after Eckert had been down three times and his corner threw the towel in.  
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1892-10-23 (128lbs) [[Andy Bowen]] w rtd 18 (finish) [[Johnny Eckert]], Cypress City AC, Plaquemine, Louisiana, USA. Referee: Walter Knuckles. Billed at 128lbs, give or take two pounds, it was announced that both men had tipped the scales at 133lbs. With the pair having fought like tigers, Bowen eventually won in the 18th round after Eckert had been down three times and his corner threw the towel in.  
  
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1892-10-23 (128lbs) Andy Bowen w rtd 18 (finish) Johnny Eckert, Cypress City AC, Plaquemine, Louisiana, USA. Referee: Walter Knuckles. Billed at 128lbs, give or take two pounds, it was announced that both men had tipped the scales at 133lbs. With the pair having fought like tigers, Bowen eventually won in the 18th round after Eckert had been down three times and his corner threw the towel in.