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27 September (106lbs) [[Charlie Exall]] w disq 8 (10) [[Harry McDermott]], [[Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle]], England. Referee: [[Sam Francis]]. With only two-minute rounds stipulated and no title billing, McDermott appeared well on top when he was badly cut by a head butt and left the ring feeling that Exall would be disqualified. Unfortunately for McDermott, the referee did not agree and was left with no other option than to disqualify him, thus leaving Exall’s English 106lbs title claim intact before the latter moved up in class shortly after.
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1902-09-27 (106lbs) [[Charlie Exall]] w disq 8 (10) [[Harry McDermott]], Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Sam Francis. With only two-minute rounds stipulated and no title billing, McDermott appeared well on top when he was badly cut by a head butt and left the ring feeling that Exall would be disqualified. Unfortunately for McDermott, the referee did not agree and was left with no other option than to disqualify him.
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Although Exall’s English 106lbs title claim was left intact he moved up in class shortly after.
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[[Category: 1902 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 12:12, 18 February 2012

1902-09-27 (106lbs) Charlie Exall w disq 8 (10) Harry McDermott, Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Sam Francis. With only two-minute rounds stipulated and no title billing, McDermott appeared well on top when he was badly cut by a head butt and left the ring feeling that Exall would be disqualified. Unfortunately for McDermott, the referee did not agree and was left with no other option than to disqualify him.

Although Exall’s English 106lbs title claim was left intact he moved up in class shortly after.