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1914-05-25 [[Sam Langford]] nd-w co 4 (10) [[Bill Watkins]], Olympic AC, Rochester, New York, USA. Referee: Harry Pollock. Meeting Watkins for the second time in two months, it took the 'black' champion a little longer this time round as the former skated round the ring for all he was worth. However, once Langford finally caught up with his man the result was inevitable.   
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1914-05-25 [[Sam Langford]] nd-w co 4 (10) [[Bill Watkins]], Olympic AC, Rochester, New York, USA. Referee: Harry Pollock. Meeting for the second time in two months, it took the 'black' champion a little longer this time round as Watkins skated round the ring for all he was worth. However, once Langford finally caught up with his man the result was inevitable.   
  
 
[[Category: 1914 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1914 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Heavyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Heavyweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 08:17, 1 May 2012

1914-05-25 Sam Langford nd-w co 4 (10) Bill Watkins, Olympic AC, Rochester, New York, USA. Referee: Harry Pollock. Meeting for the second time in two months, it took the 'black' champion a little longer this time round as Watkins skated round the ring for all he was worth. However, once Langford finally caught up with his man the result was inevitable.