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1907-10-29 (122lbs) [[Abe Attell]] w rtd 4 (20) [[Freddie Weeks]], Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Charles Eyton. Billed for the American (world) 122lbs title, both men making the weight, it was quickly apparent that Weeks had no chance of beating the champion when he was staggered by a right cross to the jaw in the opening round and Attell refrained from following it up. Finally getting to work in the fourth, Attell sent in a straight right to the point of the jaw that dropped Weeks, andwhen on his feet again the latter was put down on three more occasions before his corner threw the towel in.     
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1907-10-29 (122lbs) [[Abe Attell]] w rtd 4 (20) [[Freddie Weeks]], Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Charles Eyton. Billed for the American (world) 122lbs title, both men making the weight, it was quickly apparent that Weeks had no chance of beating the champion when he was staggered by a right cross to the jaw in the opening round and Attell refrained from following it up. Finally getting to work in the fourth, Attell sent in a straight right to the point of the jaw that dropped Weeks, and when on his feet again the latter was put down on three more occasions before his corner threw the towel in.     
  
 
[[Category: 1907 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:31, 7 February 2012

1907-10-29 (122lbs) Abe Attell w rtd 4 (20) Freddie Weeks, Naud Junction Pavilion, Los Angeles, California, USA. Referee: Charles Eyton. Billed for the American (world) 122lbs title, both men making the weight, it was quickly apparent that Weeks had no chance of beating the champion when he was staggered by a right cross to the jaw in the opening round and Attell refrained from following it up. Finally getting to work in the fourth, Attell sent in a straight right to the point of the jaw that dropped Weeks, and when on his feet again the latter was put down on three more occasions before his corner threw the towel in.