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1898-03-17 (137lbs) [[Kid Lavigne]] drew 20 [[Wilmington Jack Daly]], Central Armory, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Referee: Kid McCoy. Billed for the world 137lbs lightweight title, Daly, who scored a knockdown in the fourth round and looked to have won clearly, claimed the world title at that weight on 25 June by default after Lavigne failed to sign for a return bout. The contest had seen both men landing viciously throughout, but Daly was up for it and showed no sign of backing down.
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1898-03-17 (137lbs) [[Kid Lavigne]] drew 20 [[Wilmington Jack Daly]], Central Armory, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Referee: Kid McCoy. Billed for the world 137lbs lightweight title, Daly (135), who scored a knockdown in the fourth round and looked to have won clearly, claimed the world title at that weight on 25 June by default after Lavigne (133½) failed to sign for a return bout. The contest had seen both men landing viciously throughout, but Daly was up for it and showed no sign of backing down.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:29, 12 June 2012

1898-03-17 (137lbs) Kid Lavigne drew 20 Wilmington Jack Daly, Central Armory, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Referee: Kid McCoy. Billed for the world 137lbs lightweight title, Daly (135), who scored a knockdown in the fourth round and looked to have won clearly, claimed the world title at that weight on 25 June by default after Lavigne (133½) failed to sign for a return bout. The contest had seen both men landing viciously throughout, but Daly was up for it and showed no sign of backing down.