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1904-04-22 Jack Johnson w co 20 (20) Sam McVey, Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA. A defence of Johnson’s ‘black’ title claim saw a relatively tame affair take place until a terrific right swing took McVey out of the fight in the last session. Another fight where Johnson risked the ‘black’ title was in a six rounder against Frank Childs at the Empire AC, Chicago, Illinois, winning on points on 2 June.
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1904-04-22 [[Jack Johnson]] w co 20 (20) [[Sam McVey]], Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA. A defence of Johnson’s ‘black’ title claim saw a relatively tame affair take place until a terrific right swing took McVey out of the fight in the last session.  
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Another fight where Johnson risked the ‘black’ title was in a six rounder against [[Frank Childs]] at the Empire AC, Chicago, Illinois, winning on points on 2 June.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:57, 8 March 2012

1904-04-22 Jack Johnson w co 20 (20) Sam McVey, Mechanics’ Pavilion, San Francisco, California, USA. A defence of Johnson’s ‘black’ title claim saw a relatively tame affair take place until a terrific right swing took McVey out of the fight in the last session.

Another fight where Johnson risked the ‘black’ title was in a six rounder against Frank Childs at the Empire AC, Chicago, Illinois, winning on points on 2 June.