1909-02-22 (116lbs) Monte Attell w pts 20 Jimmy Reagan, Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA

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1909-02-22 (116lbs) [[Monte Attell]] w pts 20 [[Jimmy Reagan]], Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Tiv Krelling. Made at 116lbs, this was a defence of Attell’s title claim at the weight. Although he outboxed the sturdy Reagan for much of the time, after Attell took four counts his chances of survival at times seemed slim, especially at the end of the sixth when he was out cold at the gong. In the eighth it was Reagan’s turn to go down, and he would have been counted out had it not been for a mix-up between the referee and the timekeeper. Down again later in the round, it was only Reagan’s ability to soak up punishment that got him through to the final bell.
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1909-02-22 (116lbs) [[Monte Attell]] w pts 20 [[Jimmy Reagan]], Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Tiv Krelling. Made at 116lbs, both men were defending their claims at the weight. Although he outboxed the sturdy Reagan for much of the time, after Attell took four counts his chances of survival at times seemed slim, especially at the end of the sixth when he was out cold at the gong. In the eighth it was Reagan’s turn to go down, and he would have been counted out had it not been for a mix-up between the referee and the timekeeper. Down again later in the round, it was only Reagan’s ability to soak up punishment that got him through to the final bell.
  
 
[[Category: 1909 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1909 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 18:41, 17 March 2013

1909-02-22 (116lbs) Monte Attell w pts 20 Jimmy Reagan, Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Tiv Krelling. Made at 116lbs, both men were defending their claims at the weight. Although he outboxed the sturdy Reagan for much of the time, after Attell took four counts his chances of survival at times seemed slim, especially at the end of the sixth when he was out cold at the gong. In the eighth it was Reagan’s turn to go down, and he would have been counted out had it not been for a mix-up between the referee and the timekeeper. Down again later in the round, it was only Reagan’s ability to soak up punishment that got him through to the final bell.

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