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1894-02-15 (134lbs) [[Walter Butler]] w rsc 1 (20) [[Jack Harland]], London, England. Contested on a private show somewhere in London, Butler (133) immediately got down to business and dropped Harland (133) three times in the opening round before the latter was rescued by the referee after hitting his head in the floor with a resounding thud. Despite there being no title billing attached to this match, made at 134lbs, on his victory Butler claimed the English title at the weight.
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1894-02-15 (134lbs) [[Walter Butler]] w rsc 1 (20) [[Jack Harland]], London, England. Contested on a private show somewhere in London, Butler (133) immediately got down to business, dropping Harland (133) three times in the opening round before the latter was rescued by the referee after hitting his head in the floor with a resounding thud. Despite there being no title billing attached to this match, made at 134lbs, on his victory Butler claimed the English title at the weight.
  
 
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[[Category: 1894 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 09:31, 12 April 2013

1894-02-15 (134lbs) Walter Butler w rsc 1 (20) Jack Harland, London, England. Contested on a private show somewhere in London, Butler (133) immediately got down to business, dropping Harland (133) three times in the opening round before the latter was rescued by the referee after hitting his head in the floor with a resounding thud. Despite there being no title billing attached to this match, made at 134lbs, on his victory Butler claimed the English title at the weight.