1894-08-21 (133lbs) Jack Everhardt w co 25 (25) Stanton Abbott, Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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1894-08-21 (133lbs) [[Jack Everhardt]] w co 25 (25) [[Stanton Abbott]], Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Referee: L. S. Gerhardt. Billed for the world 133lbs title, Abbott (132) made a positive start when attacking the body and eventually had Everhardt (132½) down from a left to the face in the 11th round. Right through to the 22nd Abbott appeared to be in control, but from there onwards he began to tire and in the final session, having been knocked down half a dozen times in the 24th, he was finally knocked out. Newspaper reports claimed that Everhardt continually fouled Abbott without being warned by the referee.  
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1894-08-21 (133lbs) [[Jack Everhardt]] w co 25 (25) [[Stanton Abbott]], Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Referee: L. S. Gerhardt. Billed for the world 133lbs title, Abbott (132) made a positive start when attacking the body, eventually having Everhardt (132½) down from a left to the face in the 11th round. Right through to the 22nd Abbott appeared to be in control, but from there onwards he began to tire. And in the final session, having been knocked down half a dozen times in the 24th, Abbott was finally knocked out. Newspaper reports claimed that Everhardt continually fouled Abbott without being warned by the referee.  
  
 
[[Category: 1894 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1894 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Lightweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Lightweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 10:23, 12 April 2013

1894-08-21 (133lbs) Jack Everhardt w co 25 (25) Stanton Abbott, Olympic Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Referee: L. S. Gerhardt. Billed for the world 133lbs title, Abbott (132) made a positive start when attacking the body, eventually having Everhardt (132½) down from a left to the face in the 11th round. Right through to the 22nd Abbott appeared to be in control, but from there onwards he began to tire. And in the final session, having been knocked down half a dozen times in the 24th, Abbott was finally knocked out. Newspaper reports claimed that Everhardt continually fouled Abbott without being warned by the referee.

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