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22 November (102lbs) [[Harry McDermott]] w co 17 (20) [[Ernie Brady]], [[Standard Theatre, Gateshead]], England. Referee: [[J. T. Hulls]]. Billed for the English 102lbs title, the taller Brady (102) was well ahead coming into the 11th round, but from thereon McDermott (101) took over. Fought at a terrific pace without a knockdown in sight, the 17th session saw McDermott suddenly pull a cracking right to the jaw out of the bag that sent Brady crashing down to be counted out.
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1897-11-22 (102lbs) [[Harry McDermott]] w co 17 (20) [[Ernie Brady]], Standard Theatre, Gateshead, England. Referee: J. T. Hulls. Billed for the English 102lbs title, the taller Brady (102) was well ahead coming into the 11th round, but from there on in McDermott (101) took over. Fought at a terrific pace without a knockdown in sight, the 17th session saw McDermott suddenly pull a cracking right to the jaw out of the bag that sent Brady crashing down to be counted out.
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1897-11-22 (102lbs) Harry McDermott w co 17 (20) Ernie Brady, Standard Theatre, Gateshead, England. Referee: J. T. Hulls. Billed for the English 102lbs title, the taller Brady (102) was well ahead coming into the 11th round, but from there on in McDermott (101) took over. Fought at a terrific pace without a knockdown in sight, the 17th session saw McDermott suddenly pull a cracking right to the jaw out of the bag that sent Brady crashing down to be counted out.