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1900-02-12 (130lbs) Art Simms drew 20 Tommy White, Grand Opera House, Akron, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 130lbs with both men inside 128lbs, this was a return match, their previous contest having taken place two months earlier in Cleveland, Ohio at 126lbs. See under Featherweight Division for a report of the fight. According to Siler, writing in the Chicago Tribune, Simms had a good claim to the American 130lbs title on the result. 
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1900-02-12 (130lbs) [[Art Simms]] drew 20 [[Tommy White]], Grand Opera House, Akron, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 130lbs with both men inside 128lbs, this was a return match, their previous contest having taken place two months earlier in Cleveland, Ohio at 126lbs. See under Featherweight Division for a report of the fight.  
  
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According to Siler, writing in the ''Chicago Tribune'', Simms had a good claim to the American 130lbs title on the result. 
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Revision as of 14:58, 19 January 2012

1900-02-12 (130lbs) Art Simms drew 20 Tommy White, Grand Opera House, Akron, Ohio, USA. Referee: George Siler. Made at 130lbs with both men inside 128lbs, this was a return match, their previous contest having taken place two months earlier in Cleveland, Ohio at 126lbs. See under Featherweight Division for a report of the fight.

According to Siler, writing in the Chicago Tribune, Simms had a good claim to the American 130lbs title on the result.