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1915-10-18 [[Joe Symonds]] w rtd 16 (20) [[Tancy Lee]], NSC, Covent Garden, London, England - GB/IBU. Advertised as a battle for the British and European 112lb titles, Lee made a good start before becoming extremely weary by the halfway stage. Having been floored three times in the 16th round, and with Symonds in full flow, the towel was thrown in. By his victory, Symonds collected the Lonsdale Belt and also took over Lee’s world title claim.
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1915-10-18 [[Joe Symonds]] w rtd 16 (20) [[Tancy Lee]], NSC, Covent Garden, London, England - GB/IBU. Advertised as a battle for the British and European 112lbs titles, Lee made a good start before becoming extremely weary by the halfway stage. Having been floored three times in the 16th round, and with Symonds in full flow, the towel was thrown in. By his victory, Symonds collected the Lonsdale Belt and also took over Lee’s world title claim.
  
 
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[[Category: 1915 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:30, 5 March 2013

1915-10-18 Joe Symonds w rtd 16 (20) Tancy Lee, NSC, Covent Garden, London, England - GB/IBU. Advertised as a battle for the British and European 112lbs titles, Lee made a good start before becoming extremely weary by the halfway stage. Having been floored three times in the 16th round, and with Symonds in full flow, the towel was thrown in. By his victory, Symonds collected the Lonsdale Belt and also took over Lee’s world title claim.