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1915-07-03 Freddie Welsh nd-l pts 10 Charley White, Brighton Beach Race Track Arena, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Made for a 3pm weigh-in at 135lbs, both men were inside and weighed again at ringside Welsh made 136 lbs to White’s 133½. Although White was given the press decision, more for the fact that he forced the fight than anything else, he was unable to do any real damage to the champion with his famed left hook even though Welsh tired in the latter rounds. The general consensus of the ringsiders was that Welsh, who used the left jab and good footwork to keep away from danger, won four rounds to White’s five, with one even. Next up for Welsh was Johnny O’Leary (nd-w pts 12 on 15 November at the Amphitheatre, Winnipeg, Canada) who weighed in at 130lbs, while the champion did not even bother to get on the scales.  
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1915-07-03 [[Freddie Welsh]] nd-l pts 10 [[Charley White]], Brighton Beach Race Track Arena, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Made for a 3pm weigh-in at 135lbs, both men were inside and weighed in again at ringside, Welsh making 136 lbs to White’s 133½. Although White was given the press decision, more for the fact that he forced the fight than anything else, he was unable to do any real damage to the champion with his famed left hook even though Welsh tired in the latter rounds. The general consensus of the ringsiders was that Welsh, who used the left jab and good footwork to keep away from danger, won four rounds to White’s five, with one even.  
  
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Next up for Welsh was [[Johnny O’Leary]] (nd-w pts 12 on 15 November at the Amphitheatre, Winnipeg, Canada) who weighed in at 130lbs, while the champion did not even bother to get on the scales.
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[[Category: 1915 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 08:58, 24 March 2012

1915-07-03 Freddie Welsh nd-l pts 10 Charley White, Brighton Beach Race Track Arena, Brooklyn, NYC, New York, USA - WORLD. Made for a 3pm weigh-in at 135lbs, both men were inside and weighed in again at ringside, Welsh making 136 lbs to White’s 133½. Although White was given the press decision, more for the fact that he forced the fight than anything else, he was unable to do any real damage to the champion with his famed left hook even though Welsh tired in the latter rounds. The general consensus of the ringsiders was that Welsh, who used the left jab and good footwork to keep away from danger, won four rounds to White’s five, with one even.

Next up for Welsh was Johnny O’Leary (nd-w pts 12 on 15 November at the Amphitheatre, Winnipeg, Canada) who weighed in at 130lbs, while the champion did not even bother to get on the scales.