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1911-03-03 (133lbs) Ad Wolgast nd-¬l pts 10 Knockout Brown, National SC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. A return match at 133lbs less than a month after their six-¬round no-¬decision affair in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brown yet again had the better of things. According to press reports Brown forced the fight from the start and handed out more punishment that he received. The men never looked likely to be floored, and although Wolgast showed superior infighting capabilities some of his tactics were so rough that the crowd hissed at times.  
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1911-03-03 (133lbs) Ad Wolgast nd-l pts 10 Knockout Brown, National SC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. A return match at 133lbs less than a month after their six-¬round no-¬decision affair in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brown yet again had the better of things. According to press reports Brown forced the fight from the start and handed out more punishment that he received. The men never looked likely to be floored, and although Wolgast showed superior infighting capabilities some of his tactics were so rough that the crowd hissed at times.  
  
 
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Revision as of 21:39, 14 December 2011

1911-03-03 (133lbs) Ad Wolgast nd-l pts 10 Knockout Brown, National SC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. A return match at 133lbs less than a month after their six-¬round no-¬decision affair in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brown yet again had the better of things. According to press reports Brown forced the fight from the start and handed out more punishment that he received. The men never looked likely to be floored, and although Wolgast showed superior infighting capabilities some of his tactics were so rough that the crowd hissed at times.