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1899-11-20 (132lbs) [[Tom Dixon]] w co 4 (20) [[Harry Lane]], Standard Theatre, Gateshead, England. Referee: Ed Plummer. Although billed for the English 132lbs title it was not recognised as such, the monetary returns not being high enough for championship participation, but that did not stop Dixon from claiming to be the champion on winning. He certainly had not looked to be a likely winner prior to the fourth round. Up until then it was Lane who looked to be the harder hitter of the pair, having shaken him up on several occasions, but after Dixon had dropped his rival with a right to the jaw in the fourth everything changed. Despite getting up and trying to fight back, Lane was dropped again by a right uppercut to the jaw, this time for the full count.  
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1899-11-20 (132lbs) [[Tom Dixon]] w co 4 (20) [[Harry Lane]], Standard Theatre, Gateshead, England. Referee: Ed Plummer. Although billed for the English 132lbs title it was not recognised as such, the monetary returns not being high enough for championship participation, but that did not stop Dixon from claiming to be the champion on winning. He certainly had not looked to be a likely winner prior to the fourth round. Up until then it was Lane who seemed to be the harder hitter of the pair, having shaken Dixon up on several occasions, but after the latter had dropped his rival with a right to the jaw in the fourth everything changed. Despite getting up and trying to fight back, Lane was dropped again by a right uppercut to the jaw, this time for the full count.  
  
 
Shortly afterwards, [[Bill Wood]] challenged all England for an NSC purse and was followed by [[Harry Tongue]] and [[Jack Rose]] (January 1900), [[Jack Goldswain]] (March 1900) and [[George Cunningham]] (who won a championship competition when outpointing [[Bill Nolan]] over six rounds at Wonderland, Mile End, London on 12 March 1900).
 
Shortly afterwards, [[Bill Wood]] challenged all England for an NSC purse and was followed by [[Harry Tongue]] and [[Jack Rose]] (January 1900), [[Jack Goldswain]] (March 1900) and [[George Cunningham]] (who won a championship competition when outpointing [[Bill Nolan]] over six rounds at Wonderland, Mile End, London on 12 March 1900).

Revision as of 01:32, 24 March 2012

1899-11-20 (132lbs) Tom Dixon w co 4 (20) Harry Lane, Standard Theatre, Gateshead, England. Referee: Ed Plummer. Although billed for the English 132lbs title it was not recognised as such, the monetary returns not being high enough for championship participation, but that did not stop Dixon from claiming to be the champion on winning. He certainly had not looked to be a likely winner prior to the fourth round. Up until then it was Lane who seemed to be the harder hitter of the pair, having shaken Dixon up on several occasions, but after the latter had dropped his rival with a right to the jaw in the fourth everything changed. Despite getting up and trying to fight back, Lane was dropped again by a right uppercut to the jaw, this time for the full count.

Shortly afterwards, Bill Wood challenged all England for an NSC purse and was followed by Harry Tongue and Jack Rose (January 1900), Jack Goldswain (March 1900) and George Cunningham (who won a championship competition when outpointing Bill Nolan over six rounds at Wonderland, Mile End, London on 12 March 1900).