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1909-07-05 (158lbs) Stanley Ketchel w pts 20 Billy Papke, Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Billy Roche. Billed for the championship at 158lbs, it was a poor fight with limited action and afterwards Ketchel blamed his performance on breaking his right hand early on. The truth of the matter was that Papke had found a way of negating Ketchel’s power by staying close and, at the same time, being able to get his own blows off. In January 1910, it was announced that Ketchel was relinquishing the title due to increased weight and, on hearing the news, Papke, who was campaigning abroad, claimed the crown.  
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1909-07-05 (158lbs) [[Stanley Ketchel]] w pts 20 [[Billy Papke]], Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Billy Roche. Billed for the championship at 158lbs, it was a poor fight with limited action and afterwards Ketchel blamed his performance on breaking his right hand early on. The truth of the matter was that Papke had found a way of negating Ketchel’s power by staying close and, at the same time, being able to get his own blows off.  
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In January 1910, it was announced that Ketchel was relinquishing the title due to increased weight and, on hearing the news, Papke, who was campaigning abroad, claimed the crown.  
  
 
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Revision as of 03:51, 28 February 2012

1909-07-05 (158lbs) Stanley Ketchel w pts 20 Billy Papke, Mission Street Arena, Colma, San Francisco, California, USA. Referee: Billy Roche. Billed for the championship at 158lbs, it was a poor fight with limited action and afterwards Ketchel blamed his performance on breaking his right hand early on. The truth of the matter was that Papke had found a way of negating Ketchel’s power by staying close and, at the same time, being able to get his own blows off.

In January 1910, it was announced that Ketchel was relinquishing the title due to increased weight and, on hearing the news, Papke, who was campaigning abroad, claimed the crown.