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1913-11-25 (160lbs) [[George Chip]] nd-w pts 10 [[Tim O'Neil]], Athletic Club, Racine, Wisconsin, USA. Chip had claimed the title at 160lbs and this match was made at that weight, with O'Neil having a two-pound advantage at 159lbs. Chip outboxed and outfought the game O’Neil, putting him down twice in the second round, before the latter came back strongly in the tenth, having weathered the storm by covering up and keeping out of danger.
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1913-11-25 (160lbs) [[George Chip]] nd-w pts 10 [[Tim O'Neil]], Athletic Club, Racine, Wisconsin, USA. With Chip claiming the title at 160lbs this match was made at that weight, Chip outboxed and outfought the game O’Neil (159), putting him down twice in the second round before the latter came back strongly in the tenth, having weathered the storm by covering up and keeping out of danger.
  
 
[[Category: 1913 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1913 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Middleweight Division]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:52, 15 June 2013

1913-11-25 (160lbs) George Chip nd-w pts 10 Tim O'Neil, Athletic Club, Racine, Wisconsin, USA. With Chip claiming the title at 160lbs this match was made at that weight, Chip outboxed and outfought the game O’Neil (159), putting him down twice in the second round before the latter came back strongly in the tenth, having weathered the storm by covering up and keeping out of danger.