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Young Hundreds
Global ID183274
sexmale
birthdate 1844-00-00
divisionbantamweight
aliasProfessor Young Hundreds
country United Kingdom
residenceHoxton, London, United Kingdom
birth nameWilliam Pullam
won 3 (KO 0) + lost 0 (KO 0) + drawn 1 = 24
rounds boxed 171 KO% 0
 
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1876-12-21Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for Jack McDonald who had seconded American boxer John Heenan in the first ever internsational match versus Tom Sayers in April 1860.
1875-11-30Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A farewell benefit show for Jem Mace.
1875-10-04Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Duke of Edinburgh, Old Kent Road, Bermondsey, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-05-15Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
The Five Inkhorns, Shoreditch, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-02-27Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
St George's Hall, Langham Place, Regent Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for the family of Harry A Rees, (a once great runner).
1874-04-22Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
City Gym Club, Devonshire Passage, Bishopsgate, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for Young Hundreds, one of the boxers involved.
1874-03-06Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for James 'Jem' Gallagher.
1873-07-05Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Curzon Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, United KingdomNCND3
1873-06-17Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for one of the boxers involved, Alec Lawson.
1873-04-07Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
St George's Hall, Langham Place, Regent Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-03-05Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
The Armoury House, Finsbury, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-02-10Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Tom Colliers Room, Little Coram Street, Bloomsbury, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-02-04Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Lyceum Hotel, The Strand, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-12-20Jem Cody
Professor Alf Austin's rooms, Bloomfield Street, London, United KingdomWPTS55x3
final 126lbs championship competition
BBBC Boxing Yearbook 2001

1872-12-04Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Royal Victoria Theatre, Lambeth, London, United KingdomNCND3
A joint benefit for Jem Mace and 'Young' Barney Aaron.
1872-12-03Little Alec Lawson4-2-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-03-22Little Alec Lawson3-1-1
The Royal Victoria Palace Theatre, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-03-20Little Alec Lawson3-1-1
The George & Dragon, Hoxton Market, Hoxton, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit exhibition for Billy Crane.
1872-01-23Little Alec Lawson2-0-1
Spencers Arms, Soho, London, United KingdomWPTS33
1st Bantam Champion - rounds 1 & 2 were 4 mins, round 3 was 5 minutes
first ever gloved tournament at the weight

1872-01-23Tom Goller
Spencers Arms, Soho, London, United KingdomWPTS33x3
semi-final of championship competition at 8st 8lbs (120lbs)
1872-01-20Little Alec Lawson2-0-1
St James Great Hall, Piccadilly, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-01-16Little Alec Lawson2-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1870-04-11Little Alec Lawson2-0-1
Billy Shaw's , Haymarket, London, United KingdomNCND3
An exhibition benefit for Ned Donnall
1867-10-23Little Alec Lawson1-0-0
London, United KingdomDPTS100
The records of British boxing hisorian Harold Alderman M.B.E show this contest to have lasted 3 hours 54 minutes and 45 seconds. The bout, for £25 each, took place in two rings, 37 rounds in the first ring, before it was interupted by the police and then 63 rounds in the 2nd. A draw was agreed when darkness fell.

 
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