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1907-02-12 (105lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] w pts 10 [[Young Fitzgerald]], Green Valley AC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Mr Sharp. Billed for the 105lbs championship of Western America, Coulon, showing tremendous speed and purpose, was far too good for Fitzgerald and after two rounds was well in control. Fitzgerald, who looked drawn at the weight, had no answer to Coulon’s ring generalship and was never able to get going.  
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1907-02-12 (105lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] w pts 10 [[Young Fitzgerald]], Green Valley AC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Mr Sharp. Billed for the 105lbs championship of Western America, Coulon, showing tremendous speed and purpose, was far too good for Fitzgerald and after two rounds was well in control. Fitzgerald, who looked drawn at the weight was never able to get going, had no answer to Coulon’s ring generalship.
  
 
Following the decision Coulon laid claim to the national title.
 
Following the decision Coulon laid claim to the national title.

Revision as of 12:06, 21 November 2012

1907-02-12 (105lbs) Johnny Coulon w pts 10 Young Fitzgerald, Green Valley AC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Mr Sharp. Billed for the 105lbs championship of Western America, Coulon, showing tremendous speed and purpose, was far too good for Fitzgerald and after two rounds was well in control. Fitzgerald, who looked drawn at the weight was never able to get going, had no answer to Coulon’s ring generalship.

Following the decision Coulon laid claim to the national title.