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1916-03-22 (145lbs) Jack Britton nd-w pts 15 Kid Graves, Gymnastic Club, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Made at 145lbs, according to the Sandusky Star Journal Britton took nine of the rounds, jabbing away constantly with his left and occasionally crossing rights to the jaw, with Graves managing to win just two sessions. With both mens’ championship claims on the line, while Britton would go on to fight Ted Kid Lewis for the title in his next contest any claim that Graves felt he had a right to disintigrated.  
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1916-03-22 (145lbs) [[Jack Britton]] nd-w pts 15 [[Kid Graves]], Gymnastic Club, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Made at 145lbs, according to the ''Sandusky Star Journal'' Britton took nine of the rounds, jabbing away constantly with his left and occasionally crossing rights to the jaw, with Graves managing to win just two sessions.  
  
[[Category: 1916 Welterweight Title Contests]]
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With both mens’ championship claims on the line, while Britton would go on to fight [[Ted Kid Lewis]] for the title in his next contest any claim that Graves felt he had a right to disintigrated.
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[[Category: 1916 Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Welterweight Division]]

Revision as of 21:40, 5 February 2012

1916-03-22 (145lbs) Jack Britton nd-w pts 15 Kid Graves, Gymnastic Club, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Made at 145lbs, according to the Sandusky Star Journal Britton took nine of the rounds, jabbing away constantly with his left and occasionally crossing rights to the jaw, with Graves managing to win just two sessions.

With both mens’ championship claims on the line, while Britton would go on to fight Ted Kid Lewis for the title in his next contest any claim that Graves felt he had a right to disintigrated.