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1895-05-26 (118lbs) Tommy Dixon w rtd 36 (finish) Oscar Gardner, Pope Station, Leavenworth, Kansas, USA. Referee: James Wakefield. With both men inside 118lbs, Dixon picked up Gardner’s claim at the weight after the latter had been retired by his corner in the 36th round. Gardner had been punched all over the ring and knocked down six times in the previous three sessions.   
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1895-05-26 (118lbs) [[Tommy Dixon]] w rtd 36 (finish) [[Oscar Gardner]], Pope Station, Leavenworth, Kansas, USA. Referee: James Wakefield. With both men inside 118lbs, Dixon picked up Gardner’s claim at the weight after the latter had been retired by his corner in the 36th round. Gardner had been punched all over the ring and knocked down six times in the previous three sessions.   
  
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1895-05-26 (118lbs) Tommy Dixon w rtd 36 (finish) Oscar Gardner, Pope Station, Leavenworth, Kansas, USA. Referee: James Wakefield. With both men inside 118lbs, Dixon picked up Gardner’s claim at the weight after the latter had been retired by his corner in the 36th round. Gardner had been punched all over the ring and knocked down six times in the previous three sessions.