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1911-04-20 (116lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] nd-w pts 10 [[Phil McGovern]], Goldberg Auditorium, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Another no-decision defence at 116lbs for Coulon, saw him oubox the dangerous McGovern, who was always looking to land solid punches from either hand. Held up until the eighth round, Coulon came on strong from thereon and dropped McGovern with a vicious left uppercut in the final session, but was unable to find the finisher.
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1911-04-20 (116lbs) [[Johnny Coulon]] nd-w pts 10 [[Phil McGovern]], Goldberg Auditorium, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Another no-decision defence at 116lbs for Coulon, saw him oubox the dangerous McGovern, who was always looking to land solid punches from either hand. Held up until the eighth round, Coulon came on strong from there on and dropped McGovern with a vicious left uppercut in the final session, but was unable to find the finisher.
  
 
[[Category: 1911 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1911 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 04:31, 22 March 2012

1911-04-20 (116lbs) Johnny Coulon nd-w pts 10 Phil McGovern, Goldberg Auditorium, Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Another no-decision defence at 116lbs for Coulon, saw him oubox the dangerous McGovern, who was always looking to land solid punches from either hand. Held up until the eighth round, Coulon came on strong from there on and dropped McGovern with a vicious left uppercut in the final session, but was unable to find the finisher.