Crolla v Burns follows these famous England v Scotland fights, writes
1. TOMMY MILLIGAN W PTS 20 TED KID LEWIS
Edinburgh’s Industrial Hall was the venue for this 1924 battle, which saw rising local Milligan win the British, Empire and European welter belts.
2. BENNY LYNCH W RSF 2 JACKIE BROWN
Manchester’s Brown was reigning world champion, but the little Gorbals terror Lynch dropped him eight times when wiping him out in 1935.
3. JACKIE PATERSON W KO 1 PETER KANE
Lancahire’s Kane was world champ, but southpaw Paterson took just 61 seconds to dethrone him in 1943.
4. PETER KEENAN W KO 6 DANNY O’SULLIVAN
In 1951, Scot Keenan took the British bantam crown from O’sullivan, the grandfather of snooker great Ronnie.
5. TERRY SPINKS W KO 14 BOBBY NEILL
Former Olympic gold medallist Spinks floored a weight-weakened Neill three times in 1960.
6. WALTER MCGOWAN W PTS 15 ALAN RUDKIN
Scouser Rudkin would have his revenge two years later, but this 1966 British bantam title win was remarkable when you consider Mcgowan was only really a flyweight.
7. KEN BUCHANAN W KO 11 MAURICE CULLEN
In February 1968 brilliant Buchanan announced himself at title level by taking the British 135lbs crown.
8. RAY CATTOUSE W RSF 15 DAVE MCCABE
South Londoner Cattouse retained his British lightweight title with just 27 seconds remaining in March 1981.
9. MICHAEL GOMEZ W RSF 5 ALEX ARTHUR
Gomez ventured to Arthur’s Edinburgh patch to drop him three times and win the British superfeather crown in 2003.
10. LIAM WALSH W RTD 10 PAUL APPLEBY
Cromer’s Walsh got off the deck to drop and stop Appleby to retain the Commonwealth 130lbs belt.