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1896-01-09(132lbs) Eddie Connolly w rsc 3 (10) Jimmy Dime, Athletic Club, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Billed for the American and world 132lbs title, Connolly was the aggressor throughout and even though he was dropped to his knees in the third and took a couple of heavy blows to the body he was always looking strong. At the end of the third, the doctor recognised that Dime had broken his right forearm and the referee stopped the fight.   
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1896-01-09 (132lbs) [[Eddie Connolly]] w rsc 3 (10) [[Jimmy Dime]], Athletic Club, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Billed for the American and world 132lbs title, Connolly was the aggressor throughout and even though he was dropped to his knees in the third and took a couple of heavy blows to the body he was always looking strong. At the end of the third, the doctor recognised that Dime had broken his right forearm and the referee stopped the fight.   
  
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1896-01-09 (132lbs) Eddie Connolly w rsc 3 (10) Jimmy Dime, Athletic Club, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Billed for the American and world 132lbs title, Connolly was the aggressor throughout and even though he was dropped to his knees in the third and took a couple of heavy blows to the body he was always looking strong. At the end of the third, the doctor recognised that Dime had broken his right forearm and the referee stopped the fight.