1910-06-27 Bill Kyne w pts 20 Albert Cocksedge, St James’ Hall, Newcastle, England

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1910-06-27 Bill Kyne w pts 20 Albert Cocksedge, St James’ Hall, Newcastle, England. Billed as an English 110lbs title defence for Cocksedge (110), with no individual weights published this fight should be seen as belonging to the new flyweight division. Although Cocksedge defended well the fight belonged to Kyne (109), who both outpaced and outpunched his rival to win going away, his bodywork being an important factor in the result.
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1910-06-27 [[Bill Kyne]] w pts 20 [[Albert Cocksedge]], St James’ Hall, Newcastle, England. Billed as an English 110lbs title defence for Cocksedge (110), with no individual weights published this fight should be seen as belonging to the new flyweight division. Although Cocksedge defended well the fight belonged to Kyne (109), who both outpaced and outpunched his rival to win going away, his bodywork being an important factor in the result.
  
 
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[[Category: 1910 Flyweight Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Flyweight Division]]

Revision as of 17:24, 23 December 2011

1910-06-27 Bill Kyne w pts 20 Albert Cocksedge, St James’ Hall, Newcastle, England. Billed as an English 110lbs title defence for Cocksedge (110), with no individual weights published this fight should be seen as belonging to the new flyweight division. Although Cocksedge defended well the fight belonged to Kyne (109), who both outpaced and outpunched his rival to win going away, his bodywork being an important factor in the result.

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