1919-05-23 (118lbs) Pete Herman nd-w co 5 (10) Johnny Ertle, The Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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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.  
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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 a further right hand, the count being 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.
 
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.

Latest revision as of 13:02, 22 November 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 a further right hand, the count being 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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