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1901-12-27 (112lbs) [[Tommy Feltz]] w rsc 1 (25) [[Kid Henning]], Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Referee: Shorty Jenkins. Billed for the American 112lbs title according to the ''Toronto Daily Mail'', Henning was knocked down four times before being rescued by the referee in the opening session. Henning was also reported as Hemmings.
 
1901-12-27 (112lbs) [[Tommy Feltz]] w rsc 1 (25) [[Kid Henning]], Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Referee: Shorty Jenkins. Billed for the American 112lbs title according to the ''Toronto Daily Mail'', Henning was knocked down four times before being rescued by the referee in the opening session. Henning was also reported as Hemmings.
  
This was the last time Feltz boxed at the weight and he was soon back at 115lbs when meeting [[Harry Forbes]].  
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Feltz, who discarded his 112lbs claim, was soon back at 115lbs when meeting [[Harry Forbes]].  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:54, 16 March 2013

1901-12-27 (112lbs) Tommy Feltz w rsc 1 (25) Kid Henning, Athletic Club, Savannah, Georgia, USA. Referee: Shorty Jenkins. Billed for the American 112lbs title according to the Toronto Daily Mail, Henning was knocked down four times before being rescued by the referee in the opening session. Henning was also reported as Hemmings.

Feltz, who discarded his 112lbs claim, was soon back at 115lbs when meeting Harry Forbes.