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1914-04-01 From here on in all title bouts would be contested at 175lbs after Jack Dillon and Battling Levinsky signed up to decide the American version of the world titla at that weight.
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1914-04-01 From here on in all title bouts would be contested at 175lbs after [[Jack Dillon]] and [[Battling Levinsky]] signed up to decide the American version of the world title at that weight.
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1914-04-01 From here on in all title bouts would be contested at 175lbs after Jack Dillon and Battling Levinsky signed up to decide the American version of the world title at that weight.