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1902-06-24 (138lbs) Frank Erne w co 7 (15) Jim Maloney, NSC, Covent Garden, London, England. Billed for the world 138lbs title, Erne (136½) did practically all the leading against Maloney (138), who went down several times without being struck before being knocked out by a left to the jaw. Maloney had come in as a late substitute for Pat Daly. Following his defeat at the hands of Joe Gans at 135lbs, Erne laid claim to the ‘white’ lightweight title. Billed for the world 138lbs title, Erne (136½) defeated Maloney (138), who substituted for Pat Daly.
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1902-06-24 (138lbs) [[Frank Erne]] w co 7 (15) [[Jim Maloney]], NSC, Covent Garden, London, England.  
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Following his defeat at the hands of [[Joe Gans]] at 135lbs, Erne laid claim to the ‘white’ lightweight title. This one, however, was billed for the world 138lbs title. Erne (136½) did practically all the leading against Maloney (138), who went down several times without being struck before being knocked out by a left to the jaw. Maloney had come in as a late substitute for [[Pat Daly]].  
  
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 19 January 2012

1902-06-24 (138lbs) Frank Erne w co 7 (15) Jim Maloney, NSC, Covent Garden, London, England. Following his defeat at the hands of Joe Gans at 135lbs, Erne laid claim to the ‘white’ lightweight title. This one, however, was billed for the world 138lbs title. Erne (136½) did practically all the leading against Maloney (138), who went down several times without being struck before being knocked out by a left to the jaw. Maloney had come in as a late substitute for Pat Daly.