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1913-10-23 (145lbs) [[Spike Kelly]] nd-w pts 10 [[Billy Walters]], Grand Opera House, Superior, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Tug McDonough. In a match made at 145lbs, the ''Superior Telegram'' reported that it was a terrific fight contested at a fast pace with Walters (142½) forcing matters only to find Kelly (145) showing a clever defence and countering with clean shots that would have racked up the points if a decision had been involved. Neither man was in distress at any time.     
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1913-10-23 (145lbs) [[Spike Kelly]] nd-w pts 10 [[Billy Walters]], Grand Opera House, Superior, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Tug McDonough. In a match made at 145lbs, the ''Superior Telegram'' reported that it was a terrific fight contested at a fast pace with Walters (142½) forcing matters, only to find Kelly (145) showing a clever defence and countering with clean shots that would have racked up the points if a decision had been involved. Neither man was in distress at any time.     
  
 
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Revision as of 17:40, 1 April 2012

1913-10-23 (145lbs) Spike Kelly nd-w pts 10 Billy Walters, Grand Opera House, Superior, Wisconsin, USA. Referee: Tug McDonough. In a match made at 145lbs, the Superior Telegram reported that it was a terrific fight contested at a fast pace with Walters (142½) forcing matters, only to find Kelly (145) showing a clever defence and countering with clean shots that would have racked up the points if a decision had been involved. Neither man was in distress at any time.