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1914-05-08 (158lbs) [[Al McCoy]] nd-w co 1 (10) [[George Pearsall]], New City AC, Roodner’s Hall, South Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. Reported in the ''Norwalk Hour'' as being a 158lbs title fight, with both men making the agreed weight, Pearsall was knocked down in the first few seconds only to be dropped again by a cracking left to the jaw, this time for the full count, in what was one of the quickest finishes of all time.
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1914-05-08 (158lbs) [[Al McCoy]] nd-w co 1 (10) [[George Pearsall]], New City AC, Roodner’s Hall, South Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. Reported in the ''Norwalk Hour'' as being a 158lbs title fight, with both men making the agreed weight, Pearsall was knocked down in the first few seconds only to be dropped again by a cracking left to the jaw, this time for the full count. It was recognised as being, in what was one of the quickest finishes of all time.
 
   
 
   
 
[[Category: 1914 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1914 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Middleweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Middleweight Division]]

Revision as of 09:45, 16 June 2013

1914-05-08 (158lbs) Al McCoy nd-w co 1 (10) George Pearsall, New City AC, Roodner’s Hall, South Norwalk, Connecticut, USA. Reported in the Norwalk Hour as being a 158lbs title fight, with both men making the agreed weight, Pearsall was knocked down in the first few seconds only to be dropped again by a cracking left to the jaw, this time for the full count. It was recognised as being, in what was one of the quickest finishes of all time.