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1892-12-15 (142lbs) Mysterious Billy Smith w co 14 (finish) Danny Needham, Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Walter Watson. Although no title billing was given in the San Francisco Chronicle, by his victory Smith (142) stated his claim at the weight after starting round 14 like a whirlwind and dropping Needham (143) twice before knocking him out following a tremendous right-hand uppercut. The contest was held at the Wigwam Theatre.
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1892-12-15 (142lbs) [[Mysterious Billy Smith]] w co 14 (finish) [[Danny Needham]], Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Walter Watson. Although no title billing was given in the ''San Francisco Chronicle'', by his victory Smith (142) stated his claim at the weight after starting round 14 like a whirlwind and dropping Needham (143) twice before knocking him out following a tremendous right-hand uppercut. The contest was held at the Wigwam Theatre.
  
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Revision as of 10:13, 5 February 2012

1892-12-15 (142lbs) Mysterious Billy Smith w co 14 (finish) Danny Needham, Pacific AC, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Walter Watson. Although no title billing was given in the San Francisco Chronicle, by his victory Smith (142) stated his claim at the weight after starting round 14 like a whirlwind and dropping Needham (143) twice before knocking him out following a tremendous right-hand uppercut. The contest was held at the Wigwam Theatre.