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17 June (106lbs) [[Digger Stanley]] w pts 20 [[Owen Moran]], [[Stanley Street Assembly Rooms, Birmingham]], England. Although both the ''Mirror of Life'' and the ''Sporting Life'' gave this one as being at 106lbs, later record books suspiciously show it to have been made at 102lbs. Contested over two-minute rounds, which left a lot to be desired, right from the opening bell both men fought in stubborn fashion, with Stanley showing more cleverness and running up a good lead on points. By the two-thirds stage Moran was taking a hard pounding unflinchingly, but he failed to give in and in the final session he had Stanley groggy despite being unable to finish matters. Just a week later, on 25 June, Stanley was challenging all England at 105lbs.
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1901-06-17 (106lbs) [[Digger Stanley]] w pts 20 [[Owen Moran]], Stanley Street Assembly Rooms, Birmingham, England. Although both the ''Mirror of Life'' and the ''Sporting Life'' gave this one as being at 106lbs, later record books suspiciously show it to have been made at 102lbs. Contested over two-minute rounds, which left a lot to be desired, right from the opening bell both men fought in stubborn fashion, with Stanley showing more cleverness and running up a good lead on points. By the two-thirds stage Moran was taking a hard pounding unflinchingly, but he failed to give in and in the final session he had Stanley groggy despite being unable to finish matters.  
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Just a week later, on 25 June, Stanley was challenging all England at 105lbs.
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Revision as of 11:41, 18 February 2012

1901-06-17 (106lbs) Digger Stanley w pts 20 Owen Moran, Stanley Street Assembly Rooms, Birmingham, England. Although both the Mirror of Life and the Sporting Life gave this one as being at 106lbs, later record books suspiciously show it to have been made at 102lbs. Contested over two-minute rounds, which left a lot to be desired, right from the opening bell both men fought in stubborn fashion, with Stanley showing more cleverness and running up a good lead on points. By the two-thirds stage Moran was taking a hard pounding unflinchingly, but he failed to give in and in the final session he had Stanley groggy despite being unable to finish matters.

Just a week later, on 25 June, Stanley was challenging all England at 105lbs.