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1899-07-11 (126lbs) George Dixon w pts 20 Tommy White, Rovers’ Wheel Club, Denver, Colorado, USA. Referee: Bat Masterson. In an advertised title fight, Dixon (125½) took over White’s claim at 126lbs when leading from start to finish without ever looking likely to knock his man out.
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1899-07-11 (126lbs) [[George Dixon]] w pts 20 [[Tommy White]], Rovers’ Wheel Club, Denver, Colorado, USA. Referee: Bat Masterson. In an advertised title fight, Dixon (125½) took over White’s claim at 126lbs when leading from start to finish without ever looking likely to knock his man out.
  
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1899-07-11 (126lbs) George Dixon w pts 20 Tommy White, Rovers’ Wheel Club, Denver, Colorado, USA. Referee: Bat Masterson. In an advertised title fight, Dixon (125½) took over White’s claim at 126lbs when leading from start to finish without ever looking likely to knock his man out.