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23 May (118lbs) [[Pete Herman]] nd-w co 5 (10) [[Johnny Ertle]], [[The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota]], USA. Billed for the 118lbs title, the first few rounds were uneventful before Herman (118) opened up in the fourth to drop Ertle (116½) with a right cross. Having been saved by the bell following another right cross after a few seconds of the fifth had ensued, Ertle was put down by another right hand and the count was a formality.  
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1919-05-23 (118lbs) [[Pete Herman]] nd-w co 5 (10) [[Johnny Ertle]], The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Billed for the 118lbs title, the first few rounds were uneventful before Herman (118) opened up in the fourth to drop Ertle (116½) with a right cross. Having been saved by the bell following another right cross after a few seconds of the fifth had ensued, Ertle was put down by another right hand and the count was a formality.  
  
According to the ''Allentown Morning Call'', on 10 June Herman met [[Terry McHugh]] (nd-w pts 10 at [[Mealey’s Auditorium, Allentown, Pennsylvania]]) in defence of the 118lbs world title. Regardless of the statement, there were no reported weights.
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According to the ''Allentown Morning Call'', on 10 June Herman met [[Terry McHugh]] (nd-w pts 10 at Mealey’s Auditorium, Allentown, Pennsylvania) in defence of the 118lbs world title. Regardless of the statement, there were no reported weights.
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Revision as of 12:38, 18 February 2012

1919-05-23 (118lbs) Pete Herman nd-w co 5 (10) Johnny Ertle, The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Billed for the 118lbs title, the first few rounds were uneventful before Herman (118) opened up in the fourth to drop Ertle (116½) with a right cross. Having been saved by the bell following another right cross after a few seconds of the fifth had ensued, Ertle was put down by another right hand and the count was a formality.

According to the Allentown Morning Call, on 10 June Herman met Terry McHugh (nd-w pts 10 at Mealey’s Auditorium, Allentown, Pennsylvania) in defence of the 118lbs world title. Regardless of the statement, there were no reported weights.