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29 May (115lbs) [[Danny Dougherty]] w pts 10 [[Kid McFadden]], [[Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California]], USA. Referee: [[Phil Wand]]. Advertised for the American 115lbs title and a return match that was a support for the [[Terry McGovern]] v [[Aurelio Herrera]] featherweight clash, it was a rattling affair from start to finish and Dougherty deserved the decision for his cleverness.
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1901-05-29 (115lbs) [[Danny Dougherty]] w pts 10 [[Kid McFadden]], Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Phil Wand. Advertised for the American 115lbs title and a return match that was a support for the [[Terry McGovern]] v [[Aurelio Herrera]] featherweight clash, it was a rattling affair from start to finish and Dougherty deserved the decision for his cleverness.
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Revision as of 11:39, 18 February 2012

1901-05-29 (115lbs) Danny Dougherty w pts 10 Kid McFadden, Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Phil Wand. Advertised for the American 115lbs title and a return match that was a support for the Terry McGovern v Aurelio Herrera featherweight clash, it was a rattling affair from start to finish and Dougherty deserved the decision for his cleverness.