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Tommy Harrison
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Rising Stars Boxing Card #11, 1922
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Real nameThomas Harrison
Weight(s) fly/bantam/featherweight
Nationality English
Born17 August 1892
Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent England
DiedApril→June 1931 (aged 38)
Stoke-on-Trent district
Boxing record
Total fights78
Wins49 (KO 24)
Losses23 (KO 7)
Draws6

Thomas Harrison (17 August 1892 [1] — April→June 1931 (aged 38) [2] ) born in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent was an English professional fly/bantam/featherweight boxer of the 1900s, 1910s and 1920s who won the National Sporting Club (NSC) (subsequently known as the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC)) British bantamweight title, British Empire bantamweight title, and European Boxing Union (EBU) bantamweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from 111 12 lb (50.6 kg; 7 st 13.5 lb), i.e. flyweight to 122 lb (55 kg; 8 st 10 lb), i.e. featherweight. [3]

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