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1898-12-07 (126lbs) [[Tommy White]] w pts 20 [[Billy Moore]], Monarch AC, Syracuse, New York, USA. Referee: Yank Sullivan. According to the ''Buffalo Courier'' this was a billed 126lbs American title fight and both men put on a real show for the purists, with left jabs and all-round skills being the order of the day. Moore for all of his inexperience proved to be a very clever youngster and would have learned much from the fight in terms of ring generalship.
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1898-12-07 (126lbs) [[Tommy White]] w pts 20 [[Billy Moore]], Monarch AC, Syracuse, New York, USA. Referee: Yank Sullivan. According to the ''Buffalo Courier'' this was a billed 126lbs American title fight with both men putting on a real show for the purists, with left jabs and all-round skills being the order of the day. Moore, who for all of his inexperience proved to be a very clever youngster, would have learned much from the fight in terms of ring generalship.
  
 
[[Category: 1898 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 15:11, 7 December 2012

1898-12-07 (126lbs) Tommy White w pts 20 Billy Moore, Monarch AC, Syracuse, New York, USA. Referee: Yank Sullivan. According to the Buffalo Courier this was a billed 126lbs American title fight with both men putting on a real show for the purists, with left jabs and all-round skills being the order of the day. Moore, who for all of his inexperience proved to be a very clever youngster, would have learned much from the fight in terms of ring generalship.