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Fitzsimmons

[ fit-sim-uhnz, fits- ]
/ fɪtˈsɪm ənz, fɪts- /
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noun

James "Sunny Jim", 1874–1966, U.S. racehorse trainer.
Robert Prometheus 1862–1917, English boxer: world heavyweight champion 1897–99.

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Fitzsimmons
/ (ˌfɪtˈsɪmənz) /

noun

Bob . 1862–1917, New Zealand boxer, born in England: world middleweight (1891–97), heavyweight (1897–99), and light-heavyweight (1903–05) champion
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