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25 February (108lbs) [[Hughie Boyle]] w rtd 9 (finish) [[Jack Dinan]], Staten Island, NYC, New York, USA. Contested somewhere on the island under [[MoQ Rules]], using kid gloves, Boyle (105) claimed the 108lbs title following his win over Dinan (108), who retired at the end of the ninth round after being knocked down and suffering a badly broken nose.  
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1888-02-25 (108lbs) [[Hughie Boyle]] w rtd 9 (finish) [[Jack Dinan]], Staten Island, NYC, New York, USA. Contested somewhere on the island under [[MoQ Rules]], using kid gloves, Boyle (105) claimed the 108lbs title following his win over Dinan (108), who retired at the end of the ninth round after being knocked down and suffering a badly broken nose.  
  
 
Earlier, on 24 December 1887 at Oliver’s Cottage, Manhattan, NYC, Boyle supposedly knocked out [[Tommy Spider Kelly]] inside eight rounds at 105lbs ringside to claim the title at that weight. That was what ''The Ring Record Book'' showed, but following extensive research of the New York papers of the day I have yet to find a report of the fight, let alone the fact that it might have involved a claim at that weight in skin-tight gloves.
 
Earlier, on 24 December 1887 at Oliver’s Cottage, Manhattan, NYC, Boyle supposedly knocked out [[Tommy Spider Kelly]] inside eight rounds at 105lbs ringside to claim the title at that weight. That was what ''The Ring Record Book'' showed, but following extensive research of the New York papers of the day I have yet to find a report of the fight, let alone the fact that it might have involved a claim at that weight in skin-tight gloves.

Revision as of 16:05, 16 February 2012

1888-02-25 (108lbs) Hughie Boyle w rtd 9 (finish) Jack Dinan, Staten Island, NYC, New York, USA. Contested somewhere on the island under MoQ Rules, using kid gloves, Boyle (105) claimed the 108lbs title following his win over Dinan (108), who retired at the end of the ninth round after being knocked down and suffering a badly broken nose.

Earlier, on 24 December 1887 at Oliver’s Cottage, Manhattan, NYC, Boyle supposedly knocked out Tommy Spider Kelly inside eight rounds at 105lbs ringside to claim the title at that weight. That was what The Ring Record Book showed, but following extensive research of the New York papers of the day I have yet to find a report of the fight, let alone the fact that it might have involved a claim at that weight in skin-tight gloves.