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1916-05-30 (118lbs) [[Kid Williams]] nd-w rtd 7 (10) [[Benny McCoy]], Holliday Street Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. A no-decision defence of his title claim at 118lbs saw Williams subjecting McCoy to a terrific lacing thoughout the opening six rounds.  Eventually, in the seventh, his concentrated work on the body brought about a retirement when McCoy’s seconds threw the towel in.
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1916-05-30 (118lbs) [[Kid Williams]] nd-w rtd 7 (10) [[Benny McCoy]], Holliday Street Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. A no-decision defence of his title claim at 118lbs saw Williams subjecting McCoy to a terrific lacing throughout the opening six rounds.  Eventually, in the seventh, his concentrated work on the body brought about a retirement when McCoy’s seconds threw the towel in.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:51, 19 March 2012

1916-05-30 (118lbs) Kid Williams nd-w rtd 7 (10) Benny McCoy, Holliday Street Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. A no-decision defence of his title claim at 118lbs saw Williams subjecting McCoy to a terrific lacing throughout the opening six rounds. Eventually, in the seventh, his concentrated work on the body brought about a retirement when McCoy’s seconds threw the towel in.