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26 November (112lbs) [[Harry McDermott]] w rtd 2 (20) [[Jack Christian]], [[Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle]], England. Referee: [[Billy Bell]]. Billed for the English 112lbs title, McDermott (109) was almost immediately on the attack, scoring rapidly with telling lefts and rights to head and body to catch Christian (111) cold. Towards the end of the opening session a terrific left-hand blow to the jaw sent Christian crashing and only the bell saved him from being counted out. Regardless of that, Christian’s corner was unable to revive him during the interval and when the bell rang for the start of the second round he was retired.
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1904-11-26 (112lbs) [[Harry McDermott]] w rtd 2 (20) [[Jack Christian]], Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Billy Bell. Billed for the English 112lbs title, McDermott (109) was almost immediately on the attack, scoring rapidly with telling lefts and rights to head and body to catch Christian (111) cold. Towards the end of the opening session a terrific left-hand blow to the jaw sent Christian crashing and only the bell saved him from being counted out. Regardless of that, Christian’s corner was unable to revive him during the interval and when the bell rang for the start of the second round he was retired.
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[[Category: 1904 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 07:56, 18 February 2012

1904-11-26 (112lbs) Harry McDermott w rtd 2 (20) Jack Christian, Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Billy Bell. Billed for the English 112lbs title, McDermott (109) was almost immediately on the attack, scoring rapidly with telling lefts and rights to head and body to catch Christian (111) cold. Towards the end of the opening session a terrific left-hand blow to the jaw sent Christian crashing and only the bell saved him from being counted out. Regardless of that, Christian’s corner was unable to revive him during the interval and when the bell rang for the start of the second round he was retired.