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1899-12-11 (133lbs) [[Joe Gans]] w pts 15 [[Kid Ashe]], Peoples’ AC, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 133lbs, Ashe landed very few clean blows on Gans and was forced to take a steady pounding, being dropped in the third, eighth and 13th rounds. It was omly Ashe’s superb conditioning that saved him from a knockout defeat.  
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1899-12-11 (133lbs) [[Joe Gans]] w pts 15 [[Kid Ashe]], Peoples’ AC, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 133lbs, Ashe landed very few clean blows on Gans and was forced to take a steady pounding, being dropped in the third, eighth and 13th rounds. It was only Ashe’s superb conditioning that saved him from a knockout defeat.  
  
 
Having beaten [[Steve Crosby]] over six rounds at the Star Theatre, Chicago, Illinois on 24 November, and then Ashe, Gans claimed the black title at the weight.   
 
Having beaten [[Steve Crosby]] over six rounds at the Star Theatre, Chicago, Illinois on 24 November, and then Ashe, Gans claimed the black title at the weight.   

Revision as of 11:48, 17 March 2012

1899-12-11 (133lbs) Joe Gans w pts 15 Kid Ashe, Peoples’ AC, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 133lbs, Ashe landed very few clean blows on Gans and was forced to take a steady pounding, being dropped in the third, eighth and 13th rounds. It was only Ashe’s superb conditioning that saved him from a knockout defeat.

Having beaten Steve Crosby over six rounds at the Star Theatre, Chicago, Illinois on 24 November, and then Ashe, Gans claimed the black title at the weight.