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1916-02-21 (145lbs) Eddie Moha nd-w disq 11 (15) Kid Graves, Shamrock AC, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Referee: Bud Lally. Although Graves had dropped press decisions to both Ted Kid Lewis and Jack Britton he was still claiming the title at 145lbs ringside, a weight that his fight against Moha was made at according to the Dayton News. Evenly matched, the contest came to a sudden end when Graves hit low with a right-hand smash and was disqualified. Following the result, Moha himself laid claim to the 145lbs title with little backing, while Graves, not satisfied in being disqualified continued to see himself as the best man at the weight without any tangible support.  
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1916-02-21 (145lbs) [[Eddie Moha]] nd-w disq 11 (15) [[Kid Graves]], Shamrock AC, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Referee: Bud Lally. Although Graves had dropped press decisions to both [[Ted Kid Lewis]] and [[Jack Britton]] he was still claiming the title at 145lbs ringside, a weight that his fight against Moha was made at according to the ''Dayton News''. Evenly matched, the contest came to a sudden end when Graves hit low with a right-hand smash and was disqualified.  
  
[[Category: 1916 Welterweight Title Contests]]
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Moha now laid claim to the 145lbs title with little backing, while Graves, not satisfied in being disqualified, continued to see himself as the best man at the weight without any tangible support.
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[[Category: 1916 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Welterweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Welterweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 13:38, 5 February 2012

1916-02-21 (145lbs) Eddie Moha nd-w disq 11 (15) Kid Graves, Shamrock AC, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Referee: Bud Lally. Although Graves had dropped press decisions to both Ted Kid Lewis and Jack Britton he was still claiming the title at 145lbs ringside, a weight that his fight against Moha was made at according to the Dayton News. Evenly matched, the contest came to a sudden end when Graves hit low with a right-hand smash and was disqualified.

Moha now laid claim to the 145lbs title with little backing, while Graves, not satisfied in being disqualified, continued to see himself as the best man at the weight without any tangible support.