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18 January (110lbs) [[Joe Percival]] w pts 10 [[Joe Donnelly]], [[Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle]], England. Referee: [[Tom Murphy]]. Made at 110lbs this was the second meeting between the pair and following a clever exhibition of boxing, in which neither man came to trouble, the result was a draw. Although Donnelly had looked a good winner after the judges had disagreed on the verdict, Percival winning on the casting vote of the referee, it was the latter who claimed the English title at the weight.
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1907-01-18 (110lbs) [[Joe Percival]] w pts 10 [[Joe Donnelly]], Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Tom Murphy. Made at 110lbs this was the second meeting between the pair and following a clever exhibition of boxing, in which neither man came to trouble, the result was a draw.  
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Although Donnelly had looked a good winner after the judges had disagreed on the verdict, Percival winning on the casting vote of the referee, it was the latter who claimed the English title at the weight.
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[[Category: 1906 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 16:24, 18 February 2012

1907-01-18 (110lbs) Joe Percival w pts 10 Joe Donnelly, Ginnett’s Circus, Newcastle, England. Referee: Tom Murphy. Made at 110lbs this was the second meeting between the pair and following a clever exhibition of boxing, in which neither man came to trouble, the result was a draw.

Although Donnelly had looked a good winner after the judges had disagreed on the verdict, Percival winning on the casting vote of the referee, it was the latter who claimed the English title at the weight.