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1912-01-01 (142lbs) [[Ray Bronson]] nd-drew 10 [[Tommy Devlin]], Tri-Cities AC, Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA. Referee: Marvin Hart. Made at 142lbs, Bronson soon got to close quarters and was the aggressor throughout, while Devlin held and frustrated him. Although Devlin did well in rounds three and five he was soon under attack again and in the ninth as Bronson tried hard for a knockout he denied him by covering up well.  
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1912-01-01 (142lbs) [[Ray Bronson]] nd-drew 10 [[Tommy Devlin]], Tri-Cities AC, Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA. Referee: Marvin Hart. Made at 142lbs, Bronson soon got to close quarters, being the aggressor throughout, while Devlin held and frustrated him. Although Devlin did well in rounds three and five he was soon under attack again, and in the ninth as Bronson tried hard for a knockout he denied him by covering up well.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:11, 28 May 2013

1912-01-01 (142lbs) Ray Bronson nd-drew 10 Tommy Devlin, Tri-Cities AC, Jeffersonville, Indiana, USA. Referee: Marvin Hart. Made at 142lbs, Bronson soon got to close quarters, being the aggressor throughout, while Devlin held and frustrated him. Although Devlin did well in rounds three and five he was soon under attack again, and in the ninth as Bronson tried hard for a knockout he denied him by covering up well.