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1907-05-21 (142lbs) [[Jimmy Gardner]] w pts 10 [[Harry Lewis]], The Coliseum, Denver, Colorado, USA. Made at 142lbs, Gardner won virtually every round, forcing Lewis on to the back foot and defending himself well against the right hand. Unable to get his punches off, due to Gardner staying too close to him, Lewis was forced to take continuous lefts and rights to the body that had a bad effect on him.  
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1907-05-21 (142lbs) [[Jimmy Gardner]] w pts 10 [[Harry Lewis]], The Coliseum, Denver, Colorado, USA. Made at 142lbs, Gardner won virtually every round when forcing Lewis on to the back foot and defending himself well against the right hand. Unable to get his punches off, due to Gardner staying too close to him, Lewis was forced to take continuous lefts and rights to the body that had a bad effect on him.  
  
 
Immediately afterwards, Gardner, who also showed good defensive skills, claimed the title at that weight.  
 
Immediately afterwards, Gardner, who also showed good defensive skills, claimed the title at that weight.  

Latest revision as of 12:08, 27 May 2013

1907-05-21 (142lbs) Jimmy Gardner w pts 10 Harry Lewis, The Coliseum, Denver, Colorado, USA. Made at 142lbs, Gardner won virtually every round when forcing Lewis on to the back foot and defending himself well against the right hand. Unable to get his punches off, due to Gardner staying too close to him, Lewis was forced to take continuous lefts and rights to the body that had a bad effect on him.

Immediately afterwards, Gardner, who also showed good defensive skills, claimed the title at that weight.