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1898-11-26 (114lbs) [[Billy Plimmer]] w rsc 3 (20) [[Charley Kelly]], Seaside AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Billed for the world 114lbs title, Plimmer (110) was in control most of the way as Kelly (113) lurched around the ring being treated like a punch bag before being rescued by the referee.  
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1898-11-26 (114lbs) [[Billy Plimmer]] w rsc 3 (20) [[Charley Kelly]], Seaside AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Billed for the world 114lbs title, Plimmer (110) was in control most of the way as Kelly (113) lurched around the ring, being treated like a punch bag, before being rescued by the referee.  
  
 
Immediately following the fight Plimmer was challenged by [[Nunc Wallace]] at 113lbs, but soon dropped down the weight scale.
 
Immediately following the fight Plimmer was challenged by [[Nunc Wallace]] at 113lbs, but soon dropped down the weight scale.

Latest revision as of 05:06, 14 March 2013

1898-11-26 (114lbs) Billy Plimmer w rsc 3 (20) Charley Kelly, Seaside AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. Referee: Tim Hurst. Billed for the world 114lbs title, Plimmer (110) was in control most of the way as Kelly (113) lurched around the ring, being treated like a punch bag, before being rescued by the referee.

Immediately following the fight Plimmer was challenged by Nunc Wallace at 113lbs, but soon dropped down the weight scale.