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Little Alec Lawson
Global ID183275
sexmale
birthdate 1848-10-00
death date 1878-12-22 (30)
divisionbantamweight
country United Kingdom
residenceDrury Lane, London, United Kingdom
birth nameAlec Lawson
won 4 (KO 2) + lost 2 (KO 0) + drawn 1 = 53
rounds boxed 347 KO% 3.77
 
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dateopponentW-L-Dlast 6location
1877-12-03Simon Finighty0-0-0
The Doughty Hall, Bedford Row, Camden, London, United KingdomNCND3
1877-01-02Simon Finighty
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1876-12-21Young Hundreds3-0-1
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.
1875-12-17George Gregg0-0-0
Bedford Head Hotel, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomNCND3
Having boxed twice, Lawson was attacked later the same evening by a gang of toughs and suffered a broken leg.
1875-12-17Tom Skeate
Bedford Head Hotel, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, United KingdomNCND3
Having boxed twice Lawson was attacked later the same evening by a gang of toughs and suffered a broken leg.
1875-11-30Young Hundreds3-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A farewell benefit show for Jem Mace.
1875-10-04Young Hundreds3-0-1
Duke of Edinburgh, Old Kent Road, Bermondsey, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-08-23James 'Jem' McCormack0-1-0
Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-07-07George Cunningham
Blue Anchor, Shoreditch, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-06-12George Dove2-1-0
The Five Inkhorns, Shoreditch, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-05-15Young Hundreds3-0-1
The Five Inkhorns, Shoreditch, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-04-27unknown Finch
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
Bat Mullins annual benefit show.
1875-03-22unknown Elliott
Nat Langhan's, Cambrian Stones, Castle Street , Leicester Square, London, United KingdomNCND3
Elliott reffered to as simply Mr Elliott.
1875-03-01George Gregg
Lyceum Tavern, The Strand, London, United KingdomNCND3
1875-02-27Young Hundreds3-0-1
St George's Hall, Langham Place, Regent Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for the family of Harry A Rees, (a once great runner).
1875-01-19Shah Horne0-0-0
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
There appears to have been two exhibition bouts between the two boxers on the same show.
1874-07-28Shah Horne0-0-0
Hall of Science, Old Street, City Road, St Lukes, London, United KingdomNCND3
1874-06-29Shah Horne0-0-0
Nat Langhan's, Cambrian Stones, Castle Street , Leicester Square, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for James 'Jem' McCormack.
1874-05-18Young Jim Finch0-0-0
Mr Patrick O'Neill's, Pulteney Street, Golden Square, Soho, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit show for one of the boxers involved, Young Jim Finch,
1874-04-27Young Jim Finch
Mr Keenan's Rooms, King William Street, The Strand, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for one of the boxers involved, Alec Lawson.
1874-04-22Young Hundreds3-0-1
City Gym Club, Devonshire Passage, Bishopsgate, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for Young Hundreds, one of the boxers involved.
1874-03-06Young Hundreds3-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for James 'Jem' Gallagher.
1873-12-02unknown Nichols
The Mitre, St Martins Lane, City of London, London, United KingdomNCND3
1st series of 9st 10lbs members competition. Nichols listed simply as Mr Nichols of Cestus Boxing Club.
1873-12-02unknown Tripp
The Mitre, St Martins Lane, City of London, London, United KingdomNCND3
Tripp simply recorded as Mr Tripp of Cestus Boxing Club.
1873-07-05Young Hundreds3-0-1
Curzon Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands, United KingdomNCND3
1873-07-01Shah Horne
Buckingham Palace, Victoria, London, United KingdomNCND?
An eight minute spar boxed on the rear lawn of Buckingham Palace, put on for the visiting Shah of Persia.
1873-06-17Young Hundreds3-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for one of the boxers involved, Alec Lawson.
1873-04-21George Dove2-1-0
The Grafton Street Hall, Soho, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-04-07Young Hundreds3-0-1
St George's Hall, Langham Place, Regent Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-03-10Tommy Hogan0-0-0
Lambeth Baths, Lambeth, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for the old prize ring champion James 'Jem' Ward aka The Black Diamond.
1873-03-05Young Hundreds3-0-1
The Armoury House, Finsbury, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-02-25James Cody0-0-0
Finsbury Circus, Bloomfield Street, City of London, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-02-10Young Hundreds3-0-1
Tom Colliers Room, Little Coram Street, Bloomsbury, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-02-04Young Hundreds3-0-1
Lyceum Hotel, The Strand, London, United KingdomNCND3
1873-01-20Billy Hawkes0-0-0
Lambeth Baths, Lambeth, London, United KingdomNCND3
A joint benefit for James 'Jem' Dalton and coloured boxer Bob Travers.
1872-12-23Denny Cronin0-1-0
Blue Anchor, Shoreditch, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for Young Hundreds (William Pullam).
1872-12-04Young Hundreds2-0-1
Royal Victoria Theatre, Lambeth, London, United KingdomNCND3
A joint benefit for Jem Mace and 'Young' Barney Aaron.
1872-12-03Young Hundreds2-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-04-15George Dove0-1-0
Prince of Wales Grounds, Bow, London, United KingdomLPTS4
Semi-final of the 116lbs "Lightweight" competition for 50 guineas and the Bow Super Cup.
1872-04-01unknown Kelly
Prince of Wales Grounds, Bow, London, United KingdomWPTS4
1st series of a 116lbs "Lightweight" competition, for a 50 guinea prize and the Bow Super Cup.
1872-03-26James Cody
17 James Hall, Regent Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for Professor Edward 'Ned' Donnelly.
1872-03-23Billy Hawkes
High Holborn, Royal Amphitheatre and Circus, Holborn, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-03-22Young Hundreds2-0-1
The Royal Victoria Palace Theatre, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-03-20Young Hundreds2-0-1
The George & Dragon, Hoxton Market, Hoxton, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit exhibition for Billy Crane.
1872-02-06Tommy Hogan
The Spencers Arms, Soho, London, United KingdomNCND3
A benefit for James 'Jimmy' Shaw.
1872-01-23Young Hundreds0-0-1
Spencers Arms, Soho, London, United KingdomLPTS33
1st Bantam Champion - rounds 1 & 2 were 4 mins, round 3 was 5 minutes
first ever gloved tournament at the weight

1872-01-23George Dove
Spencers Arms, Soho, London, United KingdomWPTS33
Semi-final of championship competition at 8st 8lbs (120lbs)
1872-01-20Young Hundreds0-0-1
St James Great Hall, Piccadilly, London, United KingdomNCND3
1872-01-16Young Hundreds0-0-1
Cambridge Hall, Newman Street, London, United KingdomNCND3
1870-04-11Young Hundreds0-0-1
Billy Shaw's , Haymarket, London, United KingdomNCND3
An exhibition benefit for Ned Donnall
1869-06-24Frank Wilson
Stockbridge Racecourse, Stockbridge, Hampshire, United KingdomWRTD40
The records of British boxing historian Harold Alderman M.B.E show this contest lasting 1 hour and 20 minutes. For a £40 purse.
1867-10-23Young Hundreds
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.
1867-05-18James 'Jem' McCormack
London, United KingdomWTKO58
The records of British boxing historian Harold Alderman M.B.E show this contest to have lasted 2 hours 23 minutes. For £15 each.

 
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