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4 December (116lbs) [[Johnny Ertle]] nd-w rtd 3 (10) [[Young O’Leary]], [[Clermont Rink, Brooklyn, NYC, New York]], USA. With both men inside 116lbs Ertle’s title claim at the weight was on the line and although it was a tough battle while it lasted O’Leary (116) gradually succumbed. Having sustained a broken nose in the third round it was clear that O’Leary could not fight on and he was retired on his stool during the interval, leaving Ertle (114¾) the winner.
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1915-12-04 (116lbs) [[Johnny Ertle]] nd-w rtd 3 (10) [[Young O’Leary]], Clermont Rink, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. With both men inside 116lbs Ertle’s title claim at the weight was on the line and although it was a tough battle while it lasted O’Leary (116) gradually succumbed. Having sustained a broken nose in the third round it was clear that O’Leary could not fight on and he was retired on his stool during the interval, leaving Ertle (114¾) the winner.
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Revision as of 20:09, 18 February 2012

1915-12-04 (116lbs) Johnny Ertle nd-w rtd 3 (10) Young O’Leary, Clermont Rink, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA. With both men inside 116lbs Ertle’s title claim at the weight was on the line and although it was a tough battle while it lasted O’Leary (116) gradually succumbed. Having sustained a broken nose in the third round it was clear that O’Leary could not fight on and he was retired on his stool during the interval, leaving Ertle (114¾) the winner.