I don't know quite how, but S4C's programmes are on the BBC iPlayer, so I watched it with subtitles yesterday on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p03ftv5r/jim-driscoll-meistr-y-sgwar where it will be available for another 26 days.
27 minutes in, when discussing Driscoll's famous fight with Abe Attell in New York, we learn that:
The sheriff turned journalist Bat Masterson, Marshall of Dodge City and once deputy to Wyatt Earp declared to the crowd, "If I was asked to name this performance, I would call it peerless. So I give you Peerless Jim Driscoll."So that's how he got the nickname was have always known him by. Could it get any better?
24 minutes in we get:
Kitty Flynn was one of Jim's great nieces. She ran the Royal Oak pub in Cardiff which became a shrine to Driscoll's memory.Which is where the story started for me.