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24 January (102lbs) [[Joe Williams]] w co 3 (20) [[Harry Brodigan]], [[Gymnastic Club, Stalybridge]], England. Billed for the 102lbs championship of the north, the 18-year-old Williams (101) almost finished Brodigan (102) off in the opening round when flooring his man with a right to the jaw. Following a relatively quiet second both lads went for it in the third and after hurting Brodigan with a solid blow to the head and feinting to the body Williams landed a right to the point that brought the contest to a conclusion. A short while afterwards, having challenged all-England at the weight, Williams claimed the national title.
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1899-01-24 (102lbs) [[Joe Williams]] w co 3 (20) [[Harry Brodigan]], Gymnastic Club, Stalybridge, England. Billed for the 102lbs championship of the north, the 18-year-old Williams (101) almost finished Brodigan (102) off in the opening round when flooring his man with a right to the jaw. Following a relatively quiet second both lads went for it in the third, and after hurting Brodigan with a solid blow to the head and feinting to the body Williams landed a right to the point that brought the contest to a conclusion.  
  
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A short while afterwards, having challenged all-England at the weight, Williams claimed the national title.
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[[Category: 1899 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:17, 20 November 2012

1899-01-24 (102lbs) Joe Williams w co 3 (20) Harry Brodigan, Gymnastic Club, Stalybridge, England. Billed for the 102lbs championship of the north, the 18-year-old Williams (101) almost finished Brodigan (102) off in the opening round when flooring his man with a right to the jaw. Following a relatively quiet second both lads went for it in the third, and after hurting Brodigan with a solid blow to the head and feinting to the body Williams landed a right to the point that brought the contest to a conclusion.

A short while afterwards, having challenged all-England at the weight, Williams claimed the national title.