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24 August (114lbs) [[Owen Moran]] w co 7 (15) [[Jim Kenrick]], [[Christian Street Gymnastic Club, Liverpool]], England. Referee: [[Tom Gamble]]. Billed for the English 114lbs title, it was disqualified from proper recognition as it was contested over two-minute rounds. That apart, Moran had all the advantages in height and weight over Kenrick and made it pay as he outclassed and dropped the latter several times in the opening six rounds before knocking him out in the seventh with a solid left swing to the jaw. However, from thereon Moran was fighting at a higher weight.  
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1905-08-24 (114lbs) [[Owen Moran]] w co 7 (15) [[Jim Kenrick]], Christian Street Gymnastic Club, Liverpool, England. Referee: Tom Gamble. Billed for the English 114lbs title, it was disqualified from proper recognition as it was contested over two-minute rounds. That apart, Moran had all the advantages in height and weight over Kenrick and made it pay as he outclassed and dropped the latter several times in the opening six rounds before knocking him out in the seventh with a solid left swing to the jaw.  
  
On 1 November 1906, [[Ike Bradley]] knocked out [[Harry Brodigan]] inside nine rounds at the Christian Street Gymnastic Club, in a match made at 114lbs. There was no title billing as such and Bradley refused to weigh in, leaving Brodigan to claim the forfeit. The fight went ahead with Brodigan in front up to the ninth, but in that round the latter ‘jumped up’ to allow a body punch to go low and was counted out, the referee refusing to allow a foul. Following the NSC announcing new weight divisions on 11 February 1909, the 114lbs class disappeared from grace.
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From thereon Moran was fighting at a higher weight.
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On 1 November 1906, [[Ike Bradley]] knocked out [[Harry Brodigan]] inside nine rounds at the Christian Street Gymnastic Club, in a match made at 114lbs. There was no title billing as such and Bradley refused to weigh in, leaving Brodigan to claim the forfeit. The fight went ahead with Brodigan in front up to the ninth, but in that round the latter ‘jumped up’ to allow a body punch to go low and was counted out, the referee refusing to allow a foul.  
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Following the NSC announcing new weight divisions on 11 February 1909, the 114lbs class disappeared from grace.
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[[Category: 1905 Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 16:10, 18 February 2012

1905-08-24 (114lbs) Owen Moran w co 7 (15) Jim Kenrick, Christian Street Gymnastic Club, Liverpool, England. Referee: Tom Gamble. Billed for the English 114lbs title, it was disqualified from proper recognition as it was contested over two-minute rounds. That apart, Moran had all the advantages in height and weight over Kenrick and made it pay as he outclassed and dropped the latter several times in the opening six rounds before knocking him out in the seventh with a solid left swing to the jaw.

From thereon Moran was fighting at a higher weight.

On 1 November 1906, Ike Bradley knocked out Harry Brodigan inside nine rounds at the Christian Street Gymnastic Club, in a match made at 114lbs. There was no title billing as such and Bradley refused to weigh in, leaving Brodigan to claim the forfeit. The fight went ahead with Brodigan in front up to the ninth, but in that round the latter ‘jumped up’ to allow a body punch to go low and was counted out, the referee refusing to allow a foul.

Following the NSC announcing new weight divisions on 11 February 1909, the 114lbs class disappeared from grace.