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1899-10-02 (126lbs) Tommy White drew 15 Kid Ashe, Robinson Opera House, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. According to Ashe’s obituary posted in The Ring magazine, this was a defence of White’s 126lbs title. The report stated that Ashe gave a lively display and the fight was so even that the referee had no hesitation in calling for a draw.  
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1899-10-02 (126lbs) [[Tommy White]] drew 15 [[Kid Ashe]], Robinson Opera House, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. According to Ashe’s obituary posted in ''The Ring'' magazine, this was a defence of White’s 126lbs title. The report stated that Ashe gave a lively display, the fight being so even that the referee had no hesitation in calling for a draw.  
  
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1899-10-02 (126lbs) Tommy White drew 15 Kid Ashe, Robinson Opera House, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. According to Ashe’s obituary posted in The Ring magazine, this was a defence of White’s 126lbs title. The report stated that Ashe gave a lively display, the fight being so even that the referee had no hesitation in calling for a draw.