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6 November (115lbs) [[Tommy Feltz]] w rsc 4 (25) [[Joe Hurst]], [[Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia]], USA. Referee: [[Owen Zeigler]]. Made at 115lbs, the fight was one-sided right from the beginning and prior to the referee calling it off at the end of the fourth round Hurst had been on the floor half a dozen times. A claimant of the title at the weight, Feltz was challenging all and sundry at this moment in time.
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1901-11-06 (115lbs) [[Tommy Feltz]] w rsc 4 (25) [[Joe Hurst]], Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Referee: Owen Zeigler. Made at 115lbs, the fight was one-sided right from the beginning and prior to the referee calling it off at the end of the fourth round Hurst had been on the floor half a dozen times.  
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A claimant of the title at the weight, Feltz was challenging all and sundry at this moment in time.
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[[Category: 1901 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 11:52, 18 February 2012

1901-11-06 (115lbs) Tommy Feltz w rsc 4 (25) Joe Hurst, Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Referee: Owen Zeigler. Made at 115lbs, the fight was one-sided right from the beginning and prior to the referee calling it off at the end of the fourth round Hurst had been on the floor half a dozen times.

A claimant of the title at the weight, Feltz was challenging all and sundry at this moment in time.