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1889-11-29 (122lbs) [[Jimmy Lynch]] w co 4 (finish) [[Joe Flaherty]], Long Island, New York, USA. Referee: Pete Donohoe. Made at 122lbs, and using hard gloves, Lynch (122) claimed the American title following his victory over Flaherty (119¾), who was knocked out in the fourth round after taking heavy blows to the neck, followed by a right to the jaw.  
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1889-11-29 (122lbs) [[Jimmy Lynch]] w co 4 (finish) [[Joe Flaherty]], Long Island, New York, USA. Referee: Pete Donohoe. Made at 122lbs, and using hard gloves, Lynch (122) claimed the American title following his victory over Flaherty (119¾), who was knocked out in the fourth round after taking heavy blows to the neck followed by a right to the jaw.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:26, 26 March 2013

1889-11-29 (122lbs) Jimmy Lynch w co 4 (finish) Joe Flaherty, Long Island, New York, USA. Referee: Pete Donohoe. Made at 122lbs, and using hard gloves, Lynch (122) claimed the American title following his victory over Flaherty (119¾), who was knocked out in the fourth round after taking heavy blows to the neck followed by a right to the jaw.