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1915-02-13 (160lbs) [[Young Ahearn]] w co 3 (20) [[Willie Lewis]], Maine Park, Havana, Cuba. Referee: Sam Lewis. Billed as Cuba’s first world title fight, Ahearn (155) opened Lewis (159) up with lefts and rights to head and body in the third round after a quiet start and brought about a kayo win with an overarm right to the jaw.  
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1915-02-13 (160lbs) [[Young Ahearn]] w co 3 (20) [[Willie Lewis]], Maine Park, Havana, Cuba. Referee: Sam Lewis. Billed as Cuba’s first world title fight, when Ahearn (155) opened Lewis (159) up with lefts and rights to head and body in the third round after a quiet start it brought about a kayo win with an overarm right to the jaw.  
  
Following this one, Ahearn met [[Jimmy Clabby]] (nd-w pts 6 on 7 March at the National AC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) at 158lbs, but came through unscathed.
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Following this one, Ahearn met [[Jimmy Clabby]] (nd-w pts 6 at the National AC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 7 March) at 158lbs, but came through unscathed.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:29, 18 June 2013

1915-02-13 (160lbs) Young Ahearn w co 3 (20) Willie Lewis, Maine Park, Havana, Cuba. Referee: Sam Lewis. Billed as Cuba’s first world title fight, when Ahearn (155) opened Lewis (159) up with lefts and rights to head and body in the third round after a quiet start it brought about a kayo win with an overarm right to the jaw.

Following this one, Ahearn met Jimmy Clabby (nd-w pts 6 at the National AC, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 7 March) at 158lbs, but came through unscathed.