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1906-10-02 Tommy Burns w co 15 (20) Fireman Jim Flynn, Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Eddie Robinson. Defending his title claim, Burns soon felt the weight of Flynn’s punches early on and decided that the best way of winning was to fight at close quarters where he could nullify the challenger’s best efforts. Showing himself to be a master of the craft, Burns gradually slowed Flynn down and in the 15th set about him with a vengeance. Dropped for two counts of ‘nine’, Flynn finally took the full count after being battered with thudding lefts and rights to the body before being finished off with a terrific uppercut to the jaw.  
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1906-10-02 [[Tommy Burns]] w co 15 (20) [[Fireman Jim Flynn]], Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Eddie Robinson. Defending his title claim, Burns soon felt the weight of Flynn’s punches early on and decided that the best way of winning was to fight at close quarters where he could nullify the challenger’s best efforts. Showing himself to be a master of the craft, Burns gradually slowed Flynn down and in the 15th set about him with a vengeance. Dropped for two counts of ‘nine’, Flynn finally took the full count after being battered with thudding lefts and rights to the body before being finished off with a terrific uppercut to the jaw.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:06, 8 March 2012

1906-10-02 Tommy Burns w co 15 (20) Fireman Jim Flynn, Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Eddie Robinson. Defending his title claim, Burns soon felt the weight of Flynn’s punches early on and decided that the best way of winning was to fight at close quarters where he could nullify the challenger’s best efforts. Showing himself to be a master of the craft, Burns gradually slowed Flynn down and in the 15th set about him with a vengeance. Dropped for two counts of ‘nine’, Flynn finally took the full count after being battered with thudding lefts and rights to the body before being finished off with a terrific uppercut to the jaw.