1900-08-04 (108lbs) Danny Dougherty w pts 25 Tommy Feltz, Greenpoint AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA

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4 August (108lbs) [[Danny Dougherty]] w pts 25 [[Tommy Feltz]], [[Greenpoint AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York]], USA. Billed for the American 108lbs title and a return contest, although Dougherty made the weight Feltz was some four ounces over and was forced to pay the forfeit. Even faster than their previous fight at the club, the men were at each other continuously with Dougherty just about keeping ahead before finishing strongly to earn the decision. Dougherty had already laid claim to the American 110lbs title and this would be his last fight at the weight. It also seems to be Feltz’s last fight at the weight.
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1900-08-04 (108lbs) [[Danny Dougherty]] w pts 25 [[Tommy Feltz]], Greenpoint AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. Billed for the American 108lbs title, and a return contest, although Dougherty made the weight, with Feltz being some four ounces over he was forced to pay the forfeit. Even faster than their previous fight at the club, the men were at each other continuously, Dougherty just about keeping ahead before finishing strongly to earn the decision.  
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Having already laid claim to the American 110lbs title, this would be Dougherty's last fight at the weight. It also seems to be Feltz’s last fight at 108lbs.
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 16 March 2013

1900-08-04 (108lbs) Danny Dougherty w pts 25 Tommy Feltz, Greenpoint AC, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. Billed for the American 108lbs title, and a return contest, although Dougherty made the weight, with Feltz being some four ounces over he was forced to pay the forfeit. Even faster than their previous fight at the club, the men were at each other continuously, Dougherty just about keeping ahead before finishing strongly to earn the decision.

Having already laid claim to the American 110lbs title, this would be Dougherty's last fight at the weight. It also seems to be Feltz’s last fight at 108lbs.

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