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1920-03-17 (158lbs) Mike O’Dowd nd-w pts 10 Augie Ratner, The Auditorium, St Paul, Minnesota, USA. The St Paul Pioneer reported that with O’Dowd (157½) inside the stipulated 158lbs, Ratner (155½) threw many punches in the hope one might just give him the championship. Starting strongly, O’Dowd shaded the opening rounds when taking the fight to Ratner and although the latter fought back in the seventh through to the ninth, when banging in heavy rights, the champion stayed ahead by dint of clever boxing.  
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1920-03-17 (158lbs) [[Mike O'Dowd]] nd-w pts 10 [[Augie Ratner]], The Auditorium, St Paul, Minnesota, USA. The ''St Paul Pioneer'' reported that with O’Dowd (157½) inside the stipulated 158lbs, Ratner (155½) threw many punches in the hope one might just give him the championship. Starting strongly, O’Dowd shaded the opening rounds when taking the fight to Ratner and although the latter fought back in the seventh through to the ninth, when banging in heavy rights, the champion stayed ahead by dint of clever boxing.  
  
 
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Revision as of 02:12, 29 February 2012

1920-03-17 (158lbs) Mike O'Dowd nd-w pts 10 Augie Ratner, The Auditorium, St Paul, Minnesota, USA. The St Paul Pioneer reported that with O’Dowd (157½) inside the stipulated 158lbs, Ratner (155½) threw many punches in the hope one might just give him the championship. Starting strongly, O’Dowd shaded the opening rounds when taking the fight to Ratner and although the latter fought back in the seventh through to the ninth, when banging in heavy rights, the champion stayed ahead by dint of clever boxing.