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3 December (115lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] w pts 10 [[Charley Harvey]], [[Orleans AC, New Orleans, Louisiana]], USA. Referee: [[Tommy Walsh]]. Made at 115lbs, Coulon automatically put his title claim at the weight on the line against Harvey and was never at risk, showing superior defensive moves and good infighting skills to romp through the rounds unscathed.  
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1910-12-03 (115lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] w pts 10 [[Charley Harvey]], Orleans AC, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Referee: Tommy Walsh. Made at 115lbs, Coulon automatically put his title claim at the weight on the line against Harvey and was never at risk, showing superior defensive moves and good infighting skills to romp through the rounds unscathed.  
  
Coulon next contested two scheduled eight-rounders at 115lbs at the [[National AC, Memphis, Tennessee]], against [[Earl Denning]] (no contest on 19 December) and [[Terry Moran]] (w co 2 on 18 January 1911).
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Coulon next contested two scheduled eight-rounders at 115lbs at the National AC, Memphis, Tennessee, against [[Earl Denning]] (no contest on 19 December) and [[Terry Moran]] (w co 2 on 18 January 1911).
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Revision as of 18:29, 18 February 2012

1910-12-03 (115lbs) Johnny Coulon w pts 10 Charley Harvey, Orleans AC, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Referee: Tommy Walsh. Made at 115lbs, Coulon automatically put his title claim at the weight on the line against Harvey and was never at risk, showing superior defensive moves and good infighting skills to romp through the rounds unscathed.

Coulon next contested two scheduled eight-rounders at 115lbs at the National AC, Memphis, Tennessee, against Earl Denning (no contest on 19 December) and Terry Moran (w co 2 on 18 January 1911).