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1899-09-23 (135lbs) Spike Sullivan w co 1 (25) Billy Ernst, Greenwood AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. With both men inside 135lbs, this was a defence of Sullivan’s American title claim at the weight and he wasted no time when jumping on Ernst from the opening bell, hammering blow after blow, before knocking him out at 2.47 of the first round.  
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1899-09-23 (135lbs) [[Spike Sullivan]] w co 1 (25) [[Billy Ernst]], Greenwood AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. With both men inside 135lbs, this was a defence of Sullivan’s American title claim at the weight and he wasted no time when jumping on Ernst from the opening bell, hammering blow after blow, before knocking him out at 2.47 of the first round.  
  
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1899-09-23 (135lbs) Spike Sullivan w co 1 (25) Billy Ernst, Greenwood AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. With both men inside 135lbs, this was a defence of Sullivan’s American title claim at the weight and he wasted no time when jumping on Ernst from the opening bell, hammering blow after blow, before knocking him out at 2.47 of the first round.