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10 October (118lbs) [[Eddie Campi]] drew 15 [[Frankie Burns]], [[Stockyards Stadium, Denver, Colorado]], USA. Although there was nothing in the ''San Francisco Chronicle'' to suggest this was a title bout, with both men inside 116lbs it would have automatically involved Campi’s claim at 118lbs. Both men were in the pink of condition and there was no let up as first one went to the front and then the other. Ultimately, the resulting draw was a fair result.
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1913-10-10 (118lbs) [[Eddie Campi]] drew 15 [[Frankie Burns]], Stockyards Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USA. Although there was nothing in the ''San Francisco Chronicle'' to suggest this was a title bout, with both men inside 116lbs it would have automatically involved Campi’s claim at 118lbs. Both men were in the pink of condition and there was no let up as first one went to the front and then the other. Ultimately, the resulting draw was a fair result.
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[[Category: 1913 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 18:48, 18 February 2012

1913-10-10 (118lbs) Eddie Campi drew 15 Frankie Burns, Stockyards Stadium, Denver, Colorado, USA. Although there was nothing in the San Francisco Chronicle to suggest this was a title bout, with both men inside 116lbs it would have automatically involved Campi’s claim at 118lbs. Both men were in the pink of condition and there was no let up as first one went to the front and then the other. Ultimately, the resulting draw was a fair result.