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Jr Middleweight 3rd Round- Part 5 of 5

- Jorge Castro 56-8-1 (46) TKO3 Akira Ohigashi 8-14 (4)
- John David jackson 27-12-5 (6) TKO6 Ralph Dupas 15-7 (5)
- Andrey tsurkan 9-13 (4) UD12 Jason Papillion 7-14-1 (3)
- Paul Williams 59-7-1 (34) TKO10 Miguel Castellini 13-6-3 (7)
- Tony Chiaverini 14-8 (7) TKO7 Vanes martirosyan 17-5 (6)
- Cory Spinks 49-10-8 (8) UD12 Jae-Do Yuh 14-7-1 (6)
- Jose Luis Lopez 33-10-1 (12) MD12 Sandy Torres 8-12-2 (4)
- Andrew lewis 14-8 (11) KO6 Raul Marquez 34-9-1 (18)
- Harry Simon 25-16-3 (18) TKO6 Gary Guiden 13-9 (9)
- Vincent Pettway 32-11-3 (23) TKO6 Julio Cesar Vasquez 28-16 (22)
- Shigemasa Kawakami 15-6-1 (8) UD12 Sechew Powell 14-7-1 (6)
- Gypsy Joe Harris 16-5-1 (3) UD12 Omar Henry 12-9-1 (7)
- Alfred Angulo 17-4-1 (15) TKO8 Doug DeWitt 13-7-2 (8)
- Oscar Albarado 17-4-1 (12) UD12 Miguel DeOliveira 11-11-1 (7)
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Middleweight 4th Round- Part 1 of 8

Ray Robinson 44-1 (36) vs Vinnie Curto 27-13-3 (7)
Curto showed his durability, not sure if that's a good thing. Both of his eyes were closing and he had lost every round when Robinson landed a scorching hook that face planted him for the ten count in round nine.

Marcel Cerdan 22-0 (11) vs Georgie Abrams 17-3-3 (3)
Cerdan was a step ahead of Abrams early on, using his hard right hand to stun Georgie a time or two. Abrams had a nice rally in the mid rounds, but Cerdan dropped him with a combo in round eleven to solidify the solid UD. 118-110, 116-112 & 114-113

Luis Rodriguez 43-1-1 (17) vs Solly Krieger 11-12 (6)
Krieger upset Frank tate & Hank Casy to get here. But El Feo was a mountain far too high. He dominated the entire fight, flooring Solly in the eighth and eleventh rounds on the way to the blow out UD. 120-106 x2 & 119-107

Carlos Monzon 22-0 (12) vs Terry Downes 18-4 (11)
Downes was never in this one, Carlos floored him five times with the final three coming in round eleven to force the TKO.

Ray Leonard 80-4-5 (42) vs Joe Greene 33-11 (16)
Greene surprised everyone when he floored Leonard at the end of the second with a short left hand. Another cross had Ray in trouble early in the third. But from that point Greene took a beating, hitting the canvas four times en route to the UD loss. 118-106, 117-107 & 116-108

Marvin Hagler 22-0 (20) vs Jack lalor 16-4-2 (2)
Lalor's wild and awkward style caused Marvin some trouble early as the South African connected with several powerful right hands. Hagler began to control things with his jab and he was blasting Jack with crisp combos to the body and head down the stretch to take the UD. 117-111 & 116-112 x2

Mickey Walker 58-5-4 (42) vs Vince Dundee 19-2-1 (3)
The first four rounds were very close and then The Toy Bulldog rocked Dundee with a right hand in round five. Mickey's power was too much from that point on, rocking Vince almost at will until a right hand decked him in round eleven. The follow up barrage caused the TKO.

Charley Burley 20-2 (9) vs Teddy yarosz 14-6-3 (1)
A tight and cautious start was interrupted by a crushing right hand from Burley that sent Yarosz sprawling to the canvas in round five. From that point forward Charley was super aggressive, drilling Teddy with a hard combos on the way to an impressive UD. 118-110 & 117-110 x2
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Middleweight 4th round- Part 2 of 8

Les Darcy 21-1 (10) vs Iran Barkley 54-9-1 (43)
After a slow opening round The Blade landed a booming right early in the second and he roughed up Les along the ropes until the final half minute when Darcy scored with two heavy combinations. In the fourth a right hand sliced open Barkley's left eye and then he was nearly floored early in the fifth with a short hook. Darcy opened up with both hands and two pulverizing right hands had a bloody Barkley slumping to the canvas when the ref stepped in.

Jake LaMotta 20-1-1 (11) vs Young Corbett III 34-8-1 (6)
The size was just too much for Corbett and he will have to hope for better luck in the next batch as LaMotta bulled inside and outworked him the whole way, flooring him the final round and taking the UD. 120-106, 118-109 & a ridiculous 114-112.

Paul Williams 59-7-1 (34) vs Wilbert McClure 16-3-3 (2)
McClure cut Williams over the right eye during an exchange in round two. Wilbert countered well taking the third before the fourth saw an early trade rendering Paul a bloody mess. After the doctor allowed him to go on he tore into Wilbert with both hands until a wicked left uppercut crashed into McClure's chin and put him down for the count.

Sam Langford 81-5-4 (65) vs Jock Malone 16-5-1 (1)
Jock met Sam's furious pace for the first four rounds and had the slight edge. But he couldn't keep up and Langford ripped into him with hard rights and lefts to the head and body the rest of the way. Malone was dropped by an uppercut in the final round but he managed to hang on and hear the UD for Sam. 118-109, 118-110 & 117-109

Roy Jones Jr. 80-4-3 (53) vs James Shuler 17-4-1 (9)
Shuler surprised everyone and started great, smothering Jones inside and outworking him through the first three rounds. Roy began to land his hook and generate some space between them. In the eighth Roy rocked Shuler with an uppercut and hammered him along the ropes until the bell. Roy floored him at the end of the tenth with a hook and finished him early in round eleven with a vicious combo.

Thomas Hearns 119-11-1 (93) vs Frank Klaus 18-3-1 (7)
The Hitman had Klaus on the end of his jab early and he commanded the first three rounds. Frank got inside and scored well in rounds four and five to tighten things up. Hearns followed a double jab with a murderous right hand in round six that sent Klaus to the canvas for a seven count. Other than a nice tenth round from Frank, Tommy outboxed him the rest of the way for the surprisingly majority decision. 117-110 x2 & 114-114

Sebastian Zbik 10-9-4 (3) vs Gerald McClellan 34-8-1 (30)
Zbik's Cinderella run came to an abrupt end as Gerald immediately jumped on him, floored him with a right hand and pummeled him until the ref stepped in at 2 minutes of the opening round.

Mike McCallum 55-10-1 (38) vs Al Hostak 17-4-1 (8)
Hostak stunned everyone when he floored McCallum with a huge hook a minute into the fight. Mike was up at seven but in clear trouble and needed all of his guile to avoid further complications. The Body Snatcher came right back in the second digging hard hooks to the body and head. late in the round he rocked Hostak with an uppercut.

Round three saw them go toe to toe on even terms for the entire round. Mike stunned him early with a hook and Hostak unloaded a nasty flurry that had McCallum covering up at the bell. They started the fourth the way the third ended until Mike unleashed a scorching hook that sent Al to the deck like he was shot. He barely beat the count and somehow survived a precision attack from Mike the rest of the way. Al came out for the fifth with some nasty swelling on his left eye and McCallum wasted no time driving an uppercut into it. About a minute later the fight was stopped with Hostak getting blitzed along the ropes.
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Middleweight 4th Round- part 3 of 8

Tony Zale 22-0 (16) vs Nigel Benn 37-3-2 (34)
Everybody was excited for this one and the first round didn't disappoint. Tony stunned Benn with a hook and then snapped back his head with an uppercut. Nigel connected with a winging right hand that drove Zale into the ropes and they traded bombs for the final half minute. Zale took over in the second behind a savage body attack. The Man of Steel hurt Benn early in the third with a hook and they went at it for the full three minutes with Zale getting the best of things. Tony dropped Nigel seconds into the fourth with a combo for a five count. Benn proved courageous but there was too much time and the relentless Zale hammered him until the ref stepped in.

Harry Smith 20-1-1 (17) vs Arthur Abraham 35-7-1 (21)
Art surprised everyone by starting quickly and opening a nasty cut over Smith's right eye during a big round three. Harry staggered abraham in the fourth with a violent uppercut and he also too round five. But Abraham was just too strong for Smith and he floored him in the eleventh with a huge overhand right to seal the deal and take the upset UD. 117-110, 116-111 & 115-112

Aaron Wade 17-5-1 (3) vs Ronnie Harris 18-3-1 (3)
An early clash of heads that left Wade with a cavern in his forehead caused an early end to what was an abysmal fight. Wade continued his unlikely march to the round of 64 with a UTD6, 58-56x3

Bernard Hopkins 37-3-4 (18) vs Robert Allen 14-7-1 (8)
Hopkins set the tone early when he drilled Allen with several right hands in the opening round. The Executioner took his foot off the gas during the middle rounds, but he reasserted himself late when he dropped Robert in round ten with a hard right hand en route to the UD. 117-110 & 116-111 x2

Fernando Guerrero 20-1-1 (13) vs Mike Lucie 18-2-2 (12)
Guerrero started off nicely, beating Lucie to the punch in the first two rounds including opening a bad cut over Lucie's left eye. Mike felt the urgency and started catching Fernando with lead right hands and hard body shots over the next three rounds. Guerrero staggered Mike in the sixth with a winging left and had him hurt along the ropes at the bell.

Guerrero opened the seventh with a wild flurry until Lucie dug a hook into his liver that collapsed him on his hands and knees. Guerrero barely beat the count but he was down again twenty seconds later from a right hand. Lucie let it all hang out and he hammered Fernando with lefts and rights but Guerrero managed to survive the round in spite of some bad swelling on his right eye. Mike threw over 120 punches in the seventh and opened the eighth arm weary and Fernando capitalized with a stirring assault that shocked everyone in attendance when Lucie hit the canvas midway through the round with a vicious uppercut. Guerrero battered him for the remainder of the round while the crowd roared its approval.

Fernando took a slower ninth before Lucie reasserted himself in round ten when he stunned Fernando on two occasions with powerful right hands. They traded sloppily and pretty evenly over the final six minutes with guerrero staggering Lucie in the final fifteen seconds of the fight with a hook out of his shoes. The crowd gave them both a standing ovation, but the UD went to Lucie. 115-111 & 114-112 x2

Holman Williams 18-3-1 (2) vs Eddie McGoorty 16-6 (4)
McGoorty got off to a quick start smothering Williams along the ropes. Holman got into the fight more as it went and seemed in control down the stretch. But the judges couldn't come up with a winner. McGoorty 117-113 & 115-115 x2

Florentino Fernandez 55-11-1 (47) vs Billy Arnold 16-4-2 (11)
Arnold put on an impressive and startling performance. The first two rounds Billy controlled with his jab and early in the third he tagged Florentino with a hook, buckled his legs with another one and then dropped a right hand flush on the chin that put Fernandez down for the count.

Tommy Ryan 39-6 (22) vs Gert van Heerden 16-6-1 (8)
Ryan had very little trouble controlling Hotty, dropping him with a hook in the second and cruising to the UD. 118-109 x3

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Holman Williams 18-3-2 (2) vs Eddie McGoorty 16-6-1 (4)
Holman was well up on all cards in the rematch while McGoorty resorted to dirty tactics and the ref had seen enough by round nine and he DQ'd Eddie for a low blow.
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Middleweight 4th round- Part 4 of 8

Gene Fullmer 20-2 (10) vs Dmitry Pirog 20-2 (13)
Pirog baffled Fullmer over the first six minutes with his awkward style. Then Fullmer got inside where he is at home and put a beatdown on the Russian. Gene floored him in the 5th, 6th & 8th before the ref stepped in towards the end of round eight.

Emile Griffith 60-5-3 (13) vs George Duke 18-3-3 (6)
Emile was flat and so was the fight. Duke fought as well as he possibly could and his reward was a painful draw. 115-113, 113-115 & 116-116

Mustafa Hamsho 20-2 (10) vs Ted Lewis 73-13-5 (25)
This was pleasing to people that like clinch warfare. As they fought on a dime for twelve rounds with as much grappling as there was punching. Both guys came away bloody, but in the end the size and strength of hamsho narrowly prevailed by MD. 117-115, 116-114 & 115-115

Freddie Steele 21-1 (13) vs Mike Gibbons 15-6-2 (2)
In an amazing matchup for the 4th round Freddie got the early jump in the first two rounds behind his educated jab and some sharp right hands. Gibbons came back in the third with a dazzling display of counter punching including a short hook that appeared to stun Freddie just before the bell. Mike followed up with a strong round four, dropping right hands over Steele's jab and ripping hooks to the head. Mike did head back to his corner swelling under his right eye. Freddie landed a huge cross to potentially edge a tight round five before clearly taking the sixth behind his jab.

The seventh saw Steele stagger Mike with a short hook and then fire off another crushing hook that opened up the swelling on his eye in a bloody mess. Gibbons fired back with a 3 punch combination and a hook to the body before Steele jolted back his head with a huge uppercut at the bell. After two close rounds Steele landed a punishing right hand that sent Gibbons sprawling to the canvas for a four count. Mike shrugged it off and won the last two rounds with beautiful combinations but Freddie squeezed by with the UD. 115-112 x2 & 114-113

Julian Jackson 39-5 (38) vs Mike O'Dowd 21-1 (5)
Jackson caught Mike with a bruising right hand early in the second that split open O'Dowd's eye and later in the round he buckled his legs with a vicious uppercut. Mike began to paste Jackson on the inside with rough tactics and hard body shots. Mike had pulled ahead comfortably when a Jackson right hand widened the gash and, despite O'Dowd's complaints, the fight was stopped.

Eddie Booker 17-1-5 (7) vs Ace Hudkins 18-3-1 (7)
In what was a scientific battle, they went even up over the first eight rounds and both of them suffered cuts. Booker came on down the stretch, rocking Ace in the tenth with a 3 punch combo and pulling off the tough UD. 117-113, 116-113 & 115-114

Jack Chase 18-3-1 (8) vs Willie Monroe 14-7-1 (1)
Another very tight chess match saw both guys work behind their jab in a fast paced bout that saw neither man able to take a decided advantage until Chase secured the final two rounds with an amped up offense that put the worm on the defensive and secured the difficult UD. 116-112 & 115-113 x2

Gennady Golovkin 17-4-1 (9) vs Charles Turner 15-6-1 (13)
Turner was forcing back Golovkin from the opening bell and cruising to what appeared to be an easy victory when Gennady staggered him early in round nine and then shockingly took the come from behind win when he iced Turner with a barrage of shots.

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Emile Griffith 60-5-4 (13) vs George Duke 18-3-4 (6)
Griffith made an emphatic early statement when he floored Duke with a short hook early in round one. From there it was all Griffith and he took the wide UD. 118-109 x2 & 118-110
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Middleweights 4th Round- part 5 of 8

Alan Minter 15-7 (7) vs Sammy Walker 13-8-1 (9)
Minter put on a power punching exhibition, flooring Walker twice in the opening round and putting him down for the count with a hook early in the second.

Curtis Parker 14-7-2 (10) vs John Mugabi 36-7-1 (33)
Curtis got inside during a strong opening round and he worked the body well. The Beast ended that early in the second with a devastating uppercut that sent Parker reeling into the ropes. Mugabi opened up with both hands until a bruising right hand pitched Parker forward and down for the ten count.

Herol Graham 20-2 (3) vs George Gardiner 29-11-4 (8)
Graham showed off his jab and crafty defense early on as he built a lead. Gardiner closed the distance bit by bit and in the sixth he rocked Graham with a wild right hand. The follow up beating was severe and the ref came close to stepping in. Herol rebounded but he was never able to regain complete command of the fight. George floored him in the ninth with an uppercut and he carried the action down the stretch for the UD. 117-110, 115-112 & 114-113

Lou Brouillard 18-2-2 (4) vs Charley Joseph 13-10 (3)
Brouillard broke open a fairly tight fight with a big round in the seventh. He floored Joseph in round eight with a combo and cruised to the UD. 117-112 x3

Lloyd Marshall 38-4-2 (24) vs Rubin Carter 12-9-1 (9)
The Hurricane was more like a drizzle as Marshall controlled him from the opening bell. Rubin landed some hard right hands along the way, but Lloyd had him on the end of his jab and drilled him with hard combos. Carter came out in the twelfth and went for broke. During a heavy exchange Marshall split open his left eye something awful. Lloyd could have been content to take the decision, but he tore into Carter like a rabid dog until a murderous right hand put him down for the count with 5 seconds left in the fight.

Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. 36-6-2 (26) vs Lee Sala 15-4-3 (8)
In what was a quick paced, if not dramatic, fight Sala built an early lead and then Chavez began to break him down with hard hooks to the body and short uppercuts to the head. They fought evenly down the stretch and Chavez took the well earned SD to advance to the round of 64. 117-114, 114-115 & 116-113

Sergio Martinez 36-7-1 (17) vs Roberto Duran 75-13-2 (48)
Maravilla opened strong with a vicious uppercut and he raked Roberto through the coals for the first two and a half minutes of the fight. A beautiful combo drove Roberto into the ropes and he bounced off with a lead right and two hard body shots to end the round. Manos De Piedra got it in gear in round two, landing repeatedly with lead right hands and a couple of short hooks off of Martinez jabs. Sergio moved and jabbed his way to an easy round in the third but in the fourth he mixed it up more and Duran tagged him several hard counter punches. Martinez edged the fifth and clearly won the sixth when he went back to movement and some speedy one-twos. The second half of the fight was Martinez play ground. Duran grew frustrated and tired down the stretch as Martinez popped him with jabs and some hard hooks to take the wide UD. 120-109, 119-110 & 117-112

Cocoa Kid 35-8-1 (10) vs James Toney 71-9-6 (30)
Toney dominated the first six minutes, ripping off brutal shots to the body and hurting Cocoa a couple times with crushing uppercuts to the chin. Kid came on in the third and fourth with some nice combinations before they fought evenly in the next three rounds. Then Toney rocked him with a nasty hook to the body that seemed to sap all of the strength out of Cocoa early in round eight. James landed damaging shots for the remainder of the round and then dominated nine and ten as well. In spite of all of Toney's bodywork Kid was fresher in the last two rounds and he had his best moments of the fight down the stretch, peppering James with combinations. But all three judges sided with Lights Out. 117-111, 115-112 & 114-113
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Middleweights 4th Round- part 6 of 8

Joey Giardello 19-2-1 (6) vs Jeff Smith 20-1-1 (5)
This was a high class boxing match fought on even terms throughout. Smith had a huge tenth round when he pounded Joey with sharp combinations. Other than that every round could have gone either way. Smith escaped with the SD. 116-113, 114-115 & 115-114

David Lopez 13-6-3 (5) vs Bob Fitzsimmons 60-6-1 (46)
Fitz ended the upset run of Lopez with a dominant performance that ended with 3 knockdowns in round seven.

Nino Benvenutti 34-8-2 (13) vs Felix Sturm 13-4-5 (2)
Rematch: Benvenutti UD10

Felix did well early behind his jab, but this match up was too much for him. benvenutti assumed complete control in round five and he pounded Sturm until a violent left hook put him down for the count in round eleven setting up a fascinating 5th round match up with Holman Williams.

Billy Soose 17-3-2 (8) vs Fully Obel 35-8 (29)
Fulgencio staggered Billy with a right hand halfway into the opening round and he scored liberally the rest of the round. Soose met his aggression in the second and he opened a nasty cut on Obel's left eyebrow. The steady blood slowed down the Venezuelans pace and Soose seemed to edge a lot of tight rounds before Fully closed strong landing several clean right hands in the last two rounds. Billy took the MD and advanced. 116-113, 115-113 & 114-114

Dick Tiger 36-6-2 (13) vs George Benton 19-3 (6)
Tiger set the tone early in the first stanza when he floored Benton with a flush cross on the chin. George was up at six, badly hurt, and Dick pounded him to the head and body for the full three minutes. Benton showed off his defensive prowess in the next two rounds, but he mounted no offense. In round four, Benton started connecting with solid counters, including a dazzling triple hook near the end of his best round to date. George jabbed Tiger silly during a dominant fifth before a close sixth saw them to the halfway point.

Benton continued to pump his jab and keep up the momentum during rounds seven and eight as Tiger began to show some signs of frustration at his inability to corner or catch his slick adversary. Dick landed two hard hooks to the body midway into round nine that slowed up Benton and he connected with a couple of nice uppercuts along the ropes. Benton was in perfect form in the tenth, twice landing flush with every shot of 3 punch salvos that had the crowd oohing and ahhing. There was little between them in the final two rounds but Tiger's early work carried him to the entertaining MD. 115-112 x2 & 114-114

Lew Lazar 10-10-2 (2) vs Don Lee 18-4 (15)
Lee's power moved Lazar from the opening bell, he floored him in the seventh and again in the twelfth to take the wide UD. 118-108, 118-109 & 118-110

Artie Towne 18-4 (9) vs Stanley Ketchel 39-5 (36)
Towne said he would meet Stanley in the center of the ring and he did, at his own peril. A pulverizing right hand rocked Artie a minute in and Ketchel slammed one power shot after another into his chin until the ref stopped the ugly scene with thirty seconds left in round one.

Gorilla Jones 19-3 (12) vs Marcel Thil 15-6-1 (3)
Jones delivered his best performance of the tournament as he crowded the Frenchman from the outset and put on a comprehensive beating on the way to the UD. 120-109, 119-110 & 118-111
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Middleweight 4th round- Part 7 of 8

Nate Bolden 47-13-5 (9) vs Julio Cesar Vasquez 28-16 (22)
Bolden boxed beautifully and managed to catch Vasquez off balance many times, two of which resulted in flash knockdowns in the second and sixth rounds. JCV rallied down the stretch with a frenzied attack, but it wasn't enough and he dropped the UD. 117-111 x2 & 116-111

Frank battaglia 18-3-1 (14) vs Antwon Echols 31-9-3 (25)
They slung leather from the opening bell but the Canadian had shorter shots and he clipped Echols over and over with right hands until a barrage of shots forced the stoppage in round three.

Happy Littleton 16-4-2 (6) vs Felix Trinidad 60-6-1 (48)
Littleton is as tough as they make um and he needed to be wading into Trinidad's power. Tito floored him with an uppercut in the fourth and a hook in the seventh but Happy wouldn't stop coming. In the tenth Littleton rocked Felix with a clubbing right hand and proceeded to launch 120 punches and had the ref looking closely towards the end of the round. He won the last two rounds as well but it was too little too late except for on the inexplicable 112-112 card turned in by Sylvan LeBlanc. The other two judges maintained the sanity and set up a clash between Tito and Thomas Hearns. 116-108 & 115-109

Dave Sands 17-4-1 (11) vs Jack Dempsey NP 20-2 (8)
Jack tagged Dave with 3 hard body shots and a clean right to the chin within the first minute of the fight. Sands rebounded in the second and scored well on the inside. From that point on it was a clinic put on from dempsey, flooring Sands four times and taking a surprisingly easy UD. 119-105 & 118-106 x2

Kid Charol 17-3-2 (13) vs Billy Papke 17-3-2 (9)
They engaged on the inside in a fast paced and even opening round. Early in the second Papke scored with a right hand, a flurry to the body and an overhand right to the temple that wobbled Charol. Billy unloaded with both hands and had Kid floundering along the ropes when a devastating uppercut snapped his head back and his neck went limp as the ref rushed in to stop it.

Rocky Graziano 19-2-1 (17) vs Wilford Scypion 19-2-1 (10)
They clashed in the center of the ring immediately, after a twenty second trade Graziano landed a hard right hand that staggered Wilford. Rock tore into him with one power shot after another until a right hand landed flush on the chin and sent Scypion flat on his back for the count after just over ninety seconds.

Rodrigo Valdez 19-3 (15) vs Joey Giambra 17-4-1 (3)
Valdez rocked Giambra with an uppercut in the first round and Joey fired back with a hook that set off a nasty exchange in a thrilling opening round. Rodrigo opened a nasty cut over Joey's left eye in the second with a right hand and a moment later Rocky scored with a scorching left hook that put Giambra on the seat of his pants for a six count. Giambra showed resolve as Rodrigo scored with heavy leather until the fight was stopped due to the cut in round seven setting up another vicious fight on paper with Valdez and LaMotta.

Clint Jackson 17-4-1 (14) vs Khoren Gevor 19-2-1 (4)
Jackson's herky jerky southpaw style helped him build a lead before Gevor stormed back late and used a tenth round knockdown from an uppercut to secure a draw. 114-113, 113-114 & 114-114

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Clint Jackson 17-4-2 (14) vs Khoren gevor 19-2-2 (4)
Khoren started off with the formula he used to close the last fight and he out landed Jackson over the course of the fight to advance with the UD. 117-111 x2 & 116-113
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Gustav Scholz 35-7-2 (9) vs Sebastian Sylvester 14-6-4 (4)
These two Germans clashed heads in the second round and Scholz came away with a horrible cut on his right eyebrow. The steady stream of blood hindered his vision and Sylvester kept his jab in the wound. Gustav appeared to have a slight edge in the tepid affair when the doctor called a halt in the tenth and sent it to the cards. Sylvester walked away with the upset MTD. 87-84, 86-85 & 86-86

Chris Eubank 38-2-2 (7) vs Michael Nunn 37-6-1 (9)
Eubank struggled with the length and speed of Nunn during a strong opening round for Michael as he mixed in some straight lefts with a steady diet of jabs and slick movement. The first minute of the second went the same way until Eubank scored with a choppy right hand that stunned Michael and allowed Chris to get inside and bang on Nunn against the ropes to the body before landing a hard uppercut to the chin before the bell. Second to Nunn got it back on track with his long jab in round three and he also might have momentarily stunned the iron jawed Eubank with a 3 punch combination.

Chris has some major swelling developing on his left eye entering round four but it didn't stop him from hurting Nunn with a sweeping uppercut. Eubank dug to the body with both hands and Nunn fired back with a short hook and a huge left cross flush on the chin. They traded heavily on even terms over the final half minute in what is turning into an unlikely war! Nunn met Eubank head on and started ripping off heavy body shots and a couple strayed south of the border and the ref quickly deducted a point. Michael brushed it off and dug two hooks to the body and a crushing cross flush on Eubank's chin. Chris took a slower sixth round that saw Nunn draw another warning for pushing down on his neck.

The second half began with Nunn reverting back to outside fighting and he peppered Eubank with stiff jabs and hard left hands. Chris is having difficulty seeing out of his left eye at this point and there is puffiness on the right one as well. the final five rounds Nunn was exemplary, scoring with combinations inside and out as he turned it into a rout and took an impressive and entertaining UD. 119-110, 118-110 & 118-111

Fred Morris 19-3 (7) vs Jewey Cook 12-9-1 (3)
Cook built an early lead including flooring Morris with a nasty uppercut in round two. the Brit looked for yet another upset as he beat Morris to the punch more often not. Jewey tired down the stretch and Fred hammered him in rounds nine and ten to the point that ref was looking closely at the end of the tenth with Morris measuring and landing one huge right hand after another. But Cook survived and held on for the UD. 115-113 x3

Tiger Flowers 18-3-1 (6) vs Johnny Wilson 17-3-2 (5)
Flowers was at his absolute best, out-boxing, out-fighting & out-manning Wilson from the opening bell until a crushing left hook iced him in round eleven.

Kelly Pavlik 19-3 (18) vs Charles McCoy 20-1-1 (14)
McCoy got his head in Kelly's chest and he went to work over the first six minutes of the fight, digging hard shots to the body and clubbing him with overhand rights to the head. Kelly got his jab working a bit in the third and made things closer. Early in the fourth McCoy charged at The Ghost and walked into a punishing right hand that sent him crashing to the deck. he barley beat the count but was in bad shape as Pavlik ripped off combinations until the ref stepped in and awarded Kelly the TKO.

Jupp Elze 17-4-1 (8) vs Harry Greb 39-5 (25)
Rematch: Greb TKO5 & UD10


Tough draw for Elze and the third time was not the charm. Greb dropped him with a hook in round three and overwhelmed the determined Jupp in the UD. 119-108 x3

Kid Tunero 18-2-2 (3) vs Rocky Fumerelle 11-12 (5)
Rocky's Cinderella run came to an abrupt end as Tunero turned it into a brisk sparring session and took the UD. 118-110 x3

Bennie Briscoe 18-3-1 (13) vs Randy Turpin 18-3-1 (8)
Turpin got the best of the first two rounds surprising Briscoe with his hand speed and connecting with several hard hooks. Randy was doping well early in the third when he landed a crushing right hand that woke Briscoe up, bennie uncorked his own punishing overhand right and Turpin staggered into the ropes. They traded heavy artillery for the final minute with Bennie landing two more murderous right hands just before the bell. Randy got on his bike early in the fourth and hooked off of his jab beautifully. Bennie pursued and scored with a winging right hand but Randy immediately countered with a hook and two more to the body.

Randy had a dominant fifth, pounding Briscoe with both hands and deftly avoiding his counters. A devastating uppercut buckled Bennie's legs during a seemingly endless flurry towards the end of the round. Turpin continued to show off his underrated boxing skills in the sixth & seventh as Briscoe's frustration was visible as he fell further and further behind. Turpin stuck out a lazy jab early in the eighth and Briscoe connected with a smashing right hand and followed up with another one. Two hooks to the body were followed by an uppercut that almost served as a guillotine. Turpin's legs were wobbly as Briscoe rained down blows with both hands and after at least 15 unanswered punches the ref stepped in and stopped it. Turpin desperately wanted the fight with Robinson in the next round and he looked in top form. But you can never count out Bennie Briscoe.
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Super Middle 2nd Round- Part 1 of 4

- Roy Jones, Jr. 82-4-3 (55) TKO2 Jerry Elliott 10-12 (8)
- Chris Eubank 39-3-2 (7) UD10 Andrej Shkalikov 9-10-4 (3)
- Joe Calzaghe 40-2-1 (23) TKO10 Brandon Mitchem 10-11-1 (3)
- Thomas Hearns 121-11-1 (93) UD10 Hector Velazco 9-11-2 (1)
- Nigel Benn 38-4-2 (35) TKO3 Mohamed Ali Ndiaye 13-9 (7)
- James Toney 73-9-6 (31) TKO5 Sean Sullivan 5-15-2 (2)
- Lucian Bute 19-1-1 (12) UD10 Brian magee 12-10 (10)
- Markus Beyer 20-1 (5) TKO2 Frederic Sellier 10-10-2 (6)
- Iran Barkley 55-10-1 (44) KO2 Henry Porras 9-13 (5)
- Frankie Liles 18-3 (8) UD10 John Scully 20-20-4 (6)
- Mikkel Kessler 20-1-1 (13) TKO10 Fidel Castro Smith 8-13-1 (4)
- Victor Cordoba 14-8 (11) SD10 Jean Pascal 34-8-2 (13)
- Pascal started off blazing, flooring Cordoba in the first with a hook and hammering him in the second and third. Victor kept pressing the fight and he really came on late when jean gassed, dropping him in round nine with an overhand right. pascal showed his heart with a rally in the final round but Cordoba pulled off the upset. 96-92, 93-94 & 94-93

- Ray Leonard 82-4-5 (43) TKO10 Antoine Byrd 13-8-1 (3)
- Carl froch 19-2-1 (14) TD2 Vinnie Curto 27-14-4 (7)
- Arthur Abraham 37-7-1 (21) UD10 Cornelius carr 10-10-2 (2)
- Gerald McClellan 36-8-1 (32) KO1 Glenn Catley 13-9-1 (10)

Rematches:

- Carl Froch 20-2-1 (14) UD10 Vinnie Curto 27-15-4 (7)
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Super Middle 2nd Round- Part 2 of 4

- Lindell Holmes 18-3-1 (10) TKO4 Yong-Suk Choi 11-9-2 (3)
- Mads larsen 17-2-3 (15) TKO5 Julio Cesar Green 26-18 (14)
- Librado Andrade 19-2-1 (16) KO1 Victor Oganov 14-8 (12)
- Andre ward 19-3 (8) KO4 Peter Mashamaite 12-10 (3)
- Andre Dirrell 19-2-1 (5) UD10 James Kinchen 23-22 (20)
- James DeGale 18-3-1 (12) D10 Omar Sheika 9-10-4 (5)

- Very tight contest with Sheika pressing the fight and DeGale counter effectively. The judges couldn't decide, 95-94 DeGale, 97-95 Sheika & 96-96

- Denis Inkin 16-6 (13) UD10 Otis Grant 17-4-1 (7)
- Mario Veit 18-4 (8) UD10 Bruno Girard 24-17-4 (6)
- Fulgencio Zuniga 19-2-1 (10) UD10 Jermain Mackey 13-7-2 (7)
- Anthony Mundine 15-3-4 (4) D10 Anwar Oshana 12-8-2 (8)
- Juergen Braehmer 34-9-1 (24) TKO7 Mike Culbert 12-9-2 (4)
- Fully Obel 36-9 (30) TKO4 Ross Thompson 9-13-1 (1)
- Jermain Taylor 34-7-4 (16) TKO10 Freeman Barr 12-9-1 (6)
- Tim Littles 18-3-1 (9) UD10 Yusaf Mack 24-13-6 (11)
- Dimitri Sartison 17-4-1 (6) UD10 Vinny Pazienza 66-19-5 (32)
- Karo Murat 26-15-3 (13) UD10 Les Sherrington 9-12-1 (4)




Rematches:

- Omar Sheika 10-10-4 (5) UD10 James DeGale 18-4-1 (12)

- This was almost a carbon copy of the first fight. Sheika dropped DeGale in the eighth with a body shot and that provided the slim margin of victory. 96-93 & 95-94 x2


- Anthony Mundine 16-3-4 (4) UD10 Anwar Oshana 12-9-2 (8)
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Super Middle 2nd Round- Part 3 of 4

b]- Joey DeGrandis 8-13-1 (3)[/b] TKO2 Danny Green 41-19-5 (27)

- Huge upset as deGrandis opened a brutal cut on Green's left eyelid early in the second round and the fight was stopped immediately.

- Paul Smith 11-11-1 (6) KO4 George Groves 15-7 (11)
- Shawn Estrada 17-4-1 (11) UD10 Lucas Wilaschek 9-11-2 (1)
- Steve Collins 28-12-5 (4) UD10 Dario Matteoni 21-20-2 (13)
- Chong Pal-Park 20-2 (10) SD10 Murray Sutherland 33-7-4 (16)
- Tony Thornton 17-5 (9) UD10 Ali Ennebati 8-13-1 (5)
- Karoly Balzsay 17-5 (9) UD10 Richie Woodhall 24-17-3 (8)
- In-Chul Baek 18-4 (15) TKO9 Jaffa Ballogou 20-23-1 (10)
- Eric Lucas 14-6-2 UD10 Emmett Linton 15-5-2 (4)
- Scott Pemberton 16-6 (10) UD10 Jean Paul mendy 15-6-1 (5)
- Graciano Rocchigiani 33-7-4 (21) UD10 Thomas Tate 17-4-1 (5)
- Merqui Sosa 32-12 (24) TKO9 Nordin Ben-Salah 11-11 (8)
- Vitali Tsypko 15-7 (7) KO4 Soon Botes 14-28-1 (3)
- Sakio Bika 18-3-1 (8) UD10 Larry Banks 5-17 (2)
- Carlos Deleon, Jr. 12-9-1 (6) TKO5 Robin Reid 15-5-2 (11)

- Another shocker, Reid was well in control when he walked into a violent uppercut in the fifth that sent him sprawling to the canvas. He climbed up at five but was swiftly sent down twice more ofr the automatic stoppage.

- Allan Green 15-6-1 (11) KO7 Aaon Norwood 10-31-2 (4)
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Super Middle 2nd Round- Part 4 of 4

- Sven Ottke 17-5 (1) UD10 Robert Stieglitz 13-8-1 (6)
- Steve Little 15-5-2 (1) D10 Jesse Brinkley 27-15-2 (11)
- Cristian Sanavia 18-4 (3) SD10 Nader Hamdan 9-13 (3)
- Danilo Haeussler 14-7-1 (4) MD10 Mike Paschall 6-14-2 (4)
- Jeff Lacy 18-3-1 (12) TKO6 Mger Mkrtchyan 14-8 (10)
- Marcus Johnson 18-4 (13) KO9 Thulane Malinga 16-4-2 (2)
- Alejandro Berrio 29-14-1 (20) UD10 Gusmyl Perdomo 11-9-2
- Antwun Echols 32-10-3 (25) UD10 Craig Cummings 5-17 (3)
- Byron Mitchell 15-6-1 (9) UD10 Chris Johnson 30-10-3 (17)
- Rubin Williams 15-28 (7) UD10 Evans Ashira 14-6-2 (9)
- James McGirt, Jr. 21-19-4 (5) KO1 Levan Easley 7-15 (5)
- Charles Brewer 15-6-1 (7) UD10 Bryant Brannon 12-9-1 (6)
- Edison Miranda 28-16 (21) TKO2 Ron Weaver 25-17-1 (11)
- Rachid Kanfouah 28-15 (23) KO8 Piotr Wilczewski 9-10-3 (1)
- Jaidon Codrington 11-10-1 (9) UD10 Syd Vanderpool 14-7-1 (12)
- Tarmo Uusivirta 15-7 (5) KO3 Vincenzo nardiello 15-7 (11)




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- Steve Little 16-5-2 (1) UD10 Jesse brinkley 27-16-2 (11)
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 1 of 8

Tommy Gibbons 39-2-4 (9) vs Battling Levinsky 17-4-2 (10)

Gibbons took the first two rounds as levinsky struggled to keep up with his movement. Battling connected with two hard right hands as he upped the tempo in the third. That was followed with a series of dead even rounds that saw Levinsky pursue Tommy while Gibbons shot his jab and deft ring movement. Tommy landed a brilliant 3 punch combo midway through the eighth and he peppered Battling with several rights and lefts during the most lopsided round of the fight. From that point on Gibbons was in total control and he pummeled his opponent down the stretch for the ultra impressive UD. 119-112 x2 & 118-113


Roy Jones, Jr. 82-4-3 (55) vs Johnny Romero 18-3-2 (11)

Roy used his speed to keep Romero at bay during the opening round and in the second a wicked hook opened a nasty gash over Johnny's right eye, a minute later a blistering combo put Romero down for a six count. Roy continued to pound him in the third round and the cut worsened. A desperate Romero landed a wild right hand early in the fourth that buckled Jones legs. Another right hand had Roy on the ropes and Johnny scored with several hard shots before a counter hook from Jones turned his face into a mask of blood. At the next break the fight was stopped to a loud chorus of boos.


Ezzard Charles 43-2 (26) vs Beibut Shumenov 14-8 (6)

This was an ugly mismatch as Ezz smashed Beibut throughout the contest, dropping him twice and forcing the stoppage with a onslaught in round seven.


Bob Fitzsimmons 61-6-1 (47) vs George Byers 28-14-2 (14)

The top seeds continued to impress as Ruby Red ripped off a vicious body attack against the tough Byers until a hook iced him in the twelfth, and final, round.


Joe Calzaghe 40-2-1 (23) vs Gene Tunney 39-3-3 (14)

This highly anticipated clash fizzled as Tunney took Joe to the proverbial woodshed. Rough draw for Calzaghe and the best I can say is that he took it like a man. Tunney floored him round five with a hook and hammered him the whole way en route to the UD. 120-109, 120-110 & 119-109


Harry Matthews 37-5-3 (20) vs James Braddock 28-12-4 (11)

No Cinderella story here as Matthews closed his left eye with a steady diet of right hands and the pumpkin exploded when a crucifying hook to the liver put James down in the eighth, he got up at nine but the fight was stopped shortly thereafter.


Young Stribling 40-3-2 (15) vs George Nichols 20-2 (10)

Stribling landed a hard 3 punch combo early in round one and Nichols immediately responded with both hands during a wild opening stanza. After a slow second, Nichols asserted himself in the next two rounds with clean right hands while smothering Stribling on the inside. Young pretty much took over from there, dropping Nichols four times and taking the UD. 116-108 x2 & 114-110


Philadelphia Jack O'Brien 20-1-1 (6) vs Adrian Diaconu 16-5-1 (12)

Other than a nasty cut over his left eye and a couple of right hands in the sixth, O'Brien controlled things with his jab and some well timed right hands on the way to the comprehensive UD. 119-109, 117-111 & 116-112
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 2 of 8

Bob Foster 36-8 (24) vs Gustave Roth 19-3-1 (3)

Bob had his laser jab at work early and often, opening a bad cut on Roth's right eyebrow in round two. The third saw the German mount a stand and stagger Foster with a hard combo, but moments later Bob fired back with a huge left hook and set off a heavy exchange of artillery over the final half minute. But two vicious hooks from Foster early in the fourth saw him in complete command and he pounded Roth until his face was a mask of blood and the fight was halted in round five.


Archie Moore 38-3-4 (25) vs Mehdi Sahnoune 16-6-1 (14)

Archie jumped on him from the opening bell, landing two hard right hands to the head and a thudding hook to the body that put Sahnoune down on all fours for an eight count. The Ole Mongoose didn't take his foot off of the gas and he battered the Frenchman until the fight was stopped at 2:12 of the opening round.


Jimmy Bivins 41-4 (16) vs Jesse Burnett 34-7-2 (15)

Jimmy had a strong first round, hooking off of his jab and landing two clean right hands. The next few rounds were close as Burnett got his stick working and defended well against Bivins flashy combos. The fifth was a clear round for Jimmy before a Burnett left hook ripped open a nasty gash over Bivins right eye in the sixth and Burnett had his best round of the fight with a couple of clean right hands. The second half was all Bivins. His speed was overwhelming and he hurt Jesse with right hands on several occasions on the way to the UD. 118-111 x2 & 117-112


Harold Johnson 37-2-6 (10) vs Bobby Czyz 42-21-2 (19)

Czyz had a little success early and he opened up a bad cut over Johnson's right eye in the third. That woke Howard up and he put a nasty beating on Bobby the rest of the way. Swelling up both eyes and dropping him in the tenth with a wicked combo and taking the UD. 119-108 & 117-110 x2


Tiger Jack Fox 22-0 (13) vs Dan Bucceroni 29-12-3 (17)

Fox tore into Bucceroni right after the referees instructions and had him in trouble along the ropes after a violent uppercut. Dan fired back but he was getting the worst of things until a chopping right hand put Fox down for a seven count just before the bell. They opened the second in the same fashion, Jack staggered him with a crushing right hand and unloaded with Bucceroni along the ropes until a hook to the body floored Dan for a six count. The bell saved Dan as he was taking a pounding in the corner and Fox wasted no time in round three, rocking him with a right hand and pouring it on until the ref intervened.


Jack Dillon 21-1 (12) vs Richard Caramanolis 18-3-1 (9)

Dillon had no issues, dropping caramanolis 3 times with the last one being for the count in round twelve.


Dwight Qawi 39-3-1 (22) vs Mate Parlov 34-7-2 (13)

Parlov fought well in the opening round behind his educated southpaw jab. Dwight scored with sporadic body shots before hurting Mate with an overhand right just before the bell. The minute wasn't enough to recover and Dwight swarmed early in round two and the fight was stopped with him hammering Mate along the ropes with blood from his nose smeared all over his face.


John Henry Lewis 21-1 (11) vs Alvaro Lopez 15-4-3 (13)

Lewis took the first two rounds with strong combos to the head and body. They were trading in round three when Yaqui connected with a flush right hand that sent JH sprawling to the deck for a five count. Lopez landed three more hard right hands as the crowd roared when the round came to a close. Lewis rebounded to fight evenly in the fourth and take the next two rounds behind a fearsome body assault.

Lopez scored with a big right halfway through the seventh and got the best of a furious trade that ended the round. After a close eighth Lewis took over in round nine behind a vicious left hook and a flurry to end the round. The tenth brought down the house, Lopez hurt JH with a cross and Lewis immediately snapped back Yaqui's head with an uppercut and a hook. They traded bombs on even terms for the full three minutes with both guys winded and hurt by the close of the round. John Henry closed strong in the last two rounds, popping Lopez with his jab and ripping off hooks to the head and body to secure the hard fought UD. 115-111 x3
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 3 of 8

Michael Moorer 41-3-1 (33) vs Daniel Judah 21-21-2 (10)

Moorer was incredibly sluggish in there and allowed Judah to put in some nice work. The class & power difference grew more glaring as the rounds wore on and Michael floored him in the eighth with an uppercut and forced the stoppage early in round nine with a barrage of shots.


Bernard Hopkins 38-3-4 (18) vs Dogomar Martinez 17-3-3 (4)

This fight was putrid over the first eight rounds. Hopkins stepped it up down the stretch, scoring with hard right hands to secure the UD. 118-111, 117-111 & 116-113


Leonard Morrow 16-4-2 (9) vs Tony Shucco 16-5-1

Morrow tried to follow up his upset over Tiger by pressing the action against Shucco and he was effective with hard body shots and clubbing right hand to the head. Tony worked behind his jab and the flow of the fight were very close rounds with Shucco being busier and Leonard scoring with the heavier stuff. Shucco was warned several times along the way and in round eleven he was Dq'd for a blatant low blow for an unsatisfying end to an entertaining , if not overly dramatic, contest. Morrow was up by 4 on one card and two on another while the third was even.


Georges Carpentier 21-1 (20) vs Fred Lenhart 14-7-1 (6)

Georges never let Lenhart in the fight before flooring him twice in the third and forcing the TKO.


Stanley Ketchel 40-5 (37) vs Graciano Rocchigiani 33-7-4 (21)

Graciano put his chin on display as Ketchel bombarded him with one right hand after another. Though he buckled a few times Rocchigiani never went down and never was in danger of being stopped. Unfortunately for him, he also never threatened to win. But he did himself proud in losing the UD. 118-110 x3


Bert Lytell 21-1 (3) vs Dennis Andries 16-4-2 (13)

Andries put forth a great effort, but he was technically and athletically over matched as Lytell brilliantly boxed his way around Andries non stop aggression to the tune of a wide UD. 119-109, 118-110 & 117-111


Billy Conn 39-2-4 (8) vs Len Harvey 17-4-1 (6)

Another high caliber opponent was rendered pedestrian by a dazzling performance from Billy Conn. The first four rounds saw harvey hold his own and maybe a little more as he scored with heavy right hands while Conn sized him up. From there Billy was sensational, ripping off blazing combos while deftly slipping the return fire. A four punch combo to the head and body floored Harvey in round eleven and Billy took the superlative UD. 117-111 x2 & 117-112


Michael Spinks 41-3-1 (21) vs Andy Kendall 17-3-2 (6)

Kendall's determined effort saw him survive four trips to the canvas courtesy of the vaunted Spinks Jinx. But it was an awful lot of punishment to hear the lopsided decision. 118-104, 119-105 & 118-106
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 4 of 8

Harry Greb 40-5 (25) vs Richard Hall 13-9 (10)

Harry put a comprehensive beating on Hall, swelling up both of his eyes and pitching a shutout with the exception of a docked point for low blows. 119-108 x3


Prince Charles Williams 20-0-2 (9) vs Eddie Mustafa Muhammad 37-5-1 (21)

Prince started well, scoring with a nice hook and two solid uppercuts in a clear opening round for him. The second went the same way as Williams outworked Muhammad until the final thirty seconds when Eddie landed a beautiful three punch combo. Flame took the third with some well timed counter right hands. Mustafa stunned Charles with a vicious cross midway through the fourth and another just before the bell. Williams ducked under a hook and landed a brutal uppercut that floored Muhammad early in round five. He bounced up at two, but Charles controlled the remainder of the round and connected with two murderous hooks in the final twenty seconds. The Prince kept the momentum in the sixth, hammering the nonchalant Muhammad with hard hooks to the head and body.

Round seven was a nice bounce back round for Mustafa as he let his hands go, scoring liberally with right hands and defending brilliantly. Williams upped the tempo in the eighth, staggering Eddie with an uppercut and a hook before Muhammad countered off the ropes with a right hand flush on the chin that buckled Charles legs before the bell. Eddie took the next two rounds as the pace slowed to a crawl but he scored with solid body shots inside. Round eleven was going the same route when Flame dropped a right hand on the jaw that sent Williams staggering into the ropes. Eddie ripped off several body shots and snapped back his head with an uppercut. The final round saw Muhammad dominate behind his right hand and complete a strong rally with the razor close UD. 114-113 x3 while Williams will have a long time to think about this one. He froze and stopped punching.


Matthew Saad Muhammad 19-2-1 (15) vs Mike McTigue 15-4-4 (6)

Rematch: Saad KO1


Mike performed much better, hurting Saad with a right hand in round three and fighting on fairly even terms through the first half of the fight. A vicious exchange at the end of round six saw McTigue rocked with a double hook, uppercut combo and Matt assumed control from there. With seconds left in the fight a murderous hook put McTigue flat on his face where he lay until he was saved by the bell. A better showing, but a UD for Saad all the same. 119-110, 118-110 & 117-112


Floyd Patterson 37-6-1 (28) vs Bob satterfield 30-13 (23)

Patterson was destructive, after outboxing Bob in the opening round he dropped him twice in round two, the second one for the count from a blistering 3 punch combination.


Leslie Stewart 20-2 (8) vs Sam Baroudi 15-5-2 (9)

In an unlikely battle this deep in the tournament Stewart rebounded from an early broken nose to dominate things over the second half of the fight, including some vicious punishment in the tenth and eleventh where he pummeled Baroudi for long stretches along the ropes, to take a closer than it looked UD. 117-110, 115-113 & 114-113


James Scott 20-1-1 (15) vs Victor Galindez 18-3-1 (14)

Galindez turned this anticipated fight into a showcase. They were trading on the inside for the first two minutes of the fight with Galindez back to the ropes. Victor slipped a left and connected with a short counter right that put James on the canvas for a seven count. From that point on it was all Galindez. He dropped Scott twice more in the tenth and took the UD. 119-105, 118-106 & 118-107


Virgil Hill 35-5-3 (9) vs Reggie Johnson 32-10-2 (14)

Hill turned another close fight on paper into a clinic. He got his jab working and connected with countless lead right hands while frustrating Reggie with his movement and defense to take the UD. 119-109 x2 & 118-110


Sam Langford 82-5-4 (65) vs Henry Maske 16-4-2 (4)

Maske had a big first round behind his jab and some dazzling footwork. From there Sam plowed through his stick and raked him over the coals on the inside. In the eighth Maske opened a nasty cut on Langford's right eyebrow only to be floored moments later form a barrage of shots. The punishment increased from there until the final round when Langford tore into him like a rabid dog and battered the game German until the ref stepped in. Maske complained, but his face was gruesomely swollen and his head had been turned into a pinball with the paddles that are Sam's furious fists.
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 5 of 8

Chad Dawson 20-0-2 (13) vs Jean Pascal 34-8-2 (13)

Pascal took the opening round with some awkward lead right hands and movement. Midway through the second Dawson ripped two hooks to the body and connected with an uppercut flush on the chin that sent Jean crashing to the canvas. Bad Chad pounced on him and scored heavily over the final minute and Pascal's right eye is rapidly closing at the bell. Chad took the next two rounds without doing a lot of damage and Pascal caught him with a winging right hand towards the end of the fifth that buckled his legs. Jean scored with two more rights and an uppercut before the bell. The pace slowed dramatically over the second half of the fight with Dawson taking most rounds by a hair while Pascal threw less and less. Chad was able to emerge with a solid UD. 116-111, 115-111 & 115-112


Mike Rossman 20-1-1 (15) vs Tomasz Adamek 51-11-3 (28)

The Jewish Bomber caught Tomasz with a short hook in the final minute of the opening round and he followed up with several clean shots before the bell. Rossman looked to force the issue early in the second and Tomasz countered with a picture perfect uppercut that send Mike staggering across the ring. Adamek unloaded with both hands until a straight right snapped Mike's head straight back and the ref jumped in despite the protests of Rossman and his corner.


Zsolt Erdei 28-12-3 (12) vs Ambrose Palmer 19-3 (8)

They were feeling each other out when Palmer ducked into a perfect cross that sent him down hard a minute into the fight. Ambrose barely beat the count on wobbly legs and Zsolt didn't let him off the hook as he unloaded with both hands until the ref stepped in.


Tuffy griffiths 18-3-1 (11) vs Eric Harding 16-2-4 (3)

Harding opened brilliantly behind his southpaw jab and some stiff crosses. An uppercut buckled Griffiths legs in the second and he dominated the third as well. Tuffy forged inside in the fifth and they exchanged vicious shots for the full three minutes with no edge to be found. Grifiths dropped Eric with an overhand right in the sixth and his follow up attack forced the ref to step in.


Maxie Rosenbloom 35-7-2 (8) vs Philippe Michel 13-8-1 (4)

This looked like a mismatch on paper, and it was. Slapsy cut Michel in the opening round over his left eye and dominated until the fight was stopped from the cut in round five. Rosenbloom next faces Floyd Patterson in a tasty 5th round clash.


Antonio Tarver 19-3 (12) vs Leo Houck 16-2-4 (1)

Houck frustrated Tarver and the fans with a hit and run style that was far more effective than it was entertaining. But he managed to take the UD and move on. 117-113 & 116-114 x2


George Courtney 16-5-1 (11) vs Kid Norfolk 19-3 (6)

After Norfolk took the first two rounds Courtney connected with a thunderous right hand that put the kid on the seat of his pants in round three. He bounced up at four, but George landed two more bombs that had Norfolk holding on at the bell. They alternated the next four rounds, with both guys landing big right hands. After Courtney had a big eighth behind a crushing left hook that had Kid in trouble, the Black Thunderbolt scored heavily down the stretch and appeared to earn a clear win. The judges barely gave him the split nod, 114-113 x2 & 113-114. I'm not sure why it was that tight, but Norfolk moves on anyway.


Joey Maxim 19-2-1 (5) vs Billy Douglas 31-11-1 (23)

Joey had Billy on the end of his jab for the first four rounds. In the fifth Douglas landed a devastating over hand right that sent Maxim down for a seven count. Joey pulled himself together and cruised down the stretch for the UD. 118-110 x2 & 115-113. Harry greb awaits.
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Light Heavy 4th round- Part 6 of 8

Bob Godwin 16-6 (6) vs Tommy Burns 39-5-1 (18)

Godwin fought well in the first three rounds in spite of a nasty cut over his right eye that Tommy inflicted in the opening moments of the fight with a jab. In round four Burns floored Godwin for a nine count with a booming right hand. Bob survived the round, but a hook ripped open the cut early in the fifth and the fight was stopped.


Tommy Loughran 35-5-5 (8) vs Thomas Ulrich 15-7 (11)

With the exception of a right hand that staggered him in round eight, Loughran breezed by Ulrich. Closing his right eye with a steady stream of jabs and cruising to the UD. 119-109 x2 & 116-112. Billy Conn figured to be much tougher in the next round.


Melio Bettina 21-1 (15) vs Jimmy Dupree 14-7-1 (7)

Bettina was another favorite to dispatch of a determined foe with relative ease. Dropping Dupree in the ninth with a cross and taking the UD. 119-108, 118-111 & 116-111


Marvin Johnson 19-3 (15) vs Charley Williams 19-3 (5)

Marvin was at his destructive best, dropping Williams four times in less than five minutes with the final three forcing the automatic TKO in round two. Pops is surging and the old cliche of don't go to the refrigerator applies to his upcoming fight with Stanley Ketchel.


Mike McCallum 56-10-1 (39) vs Ramon Peralta 17-4-1 (8)

Mike put on an impressive performance, busting up Peralta in several places and dominating until the fight was halted in round four with Ramon's face a river of crimson.


Battling Siki 14-8 (4) vs John Conteh 18-3-1 (11)

Conteh broke open an even fight in the sixth when he pummeled Siki along the ropes with both hands. After controlling the seventh he opened round eighth with a flurry of shots that sent Siki down to one knee for a four count. John didn't let him off the hook and after a straight right drove his neck limp the ref stepped in.


Thomas Hearns 121-11-1 (93) vs Dariusz Michalczewski 18-4 (16)

Both men open respectfully and the feeling out process lasts the majority of the opening round until Hearns drops a right hand flush on the chin and buckles his legs. Two stiff jabs puff up DM's right eye before the bell. Michalczewski bulls inside midway through round two and rocks Tommy with a crippling right hand and a follow up uppercut, Hearns digs a hook to the body and another to the head in return before Dariusz ends the round with another big right hand.

Midway through the third Hearns rips a hook to the body and The Tiger counters with a flush uppercut that puts Hearns on the canvas. He is up at six and Dariusz rakes his body with both hands before landing a brutal right hand flush on the chin. Hearns gets some distance with his jab and survives the round.

Michalczewski wisely attacks the body early in round four and scores with several hard shots before unloading a wicked hook flush on the chin. He attacks and Hearns stands his ground with two hooks to the body and a crushing right to the jaw that momentarily wobbles DM before Hearns springs off the ropes and drives another cross into his temple that pitches him forward into a clinch. Tommy scores with a hook and an uppercut at the bell as the crowd roars its approval.

The Hit Man opens the fifth with a triple jab followed by a damaging hook to the body. Michalczewski lands a three punch combo and Hearns slams a murderous cross into the side of his head that staggers him into the ropes. tommy rips to the body with both hands and lands another deadly right hand on the chin. The pace slowed in round six, but the Tiger landed a hard hook in the final thirty seconds that momentarily stunned Hearns.

Thomas finds a home for his jab in the first half of the seventh before Dariusz comes over one with an overhand right and a hook that stuns Tommy. they spend the final minute trading on the inside with Michalczewski getting the better of it. The HitMan opens the eighth on his toes flicking jabs and deftly moving away from any incoming from the Tiger. Michalczewski sticks a jab to the body and Hearns slams a right hand into his chin. A hook to the body, uppercut and another right have Michzlczewski in a bad way. Hearns bangs to the body with both hands and snaps back his head with an uppercut. Another right hand has DM holding on at the end of what could have been a two point round.

The ninth opens like the eighth ended with a thunderous right hand from Hearns. He rips a hook to the body and buckles Dariusz legs with a clean cross. No one can question Michalczewski's chin or heart and he battles back with a hook to the body and two uppercuts to the head. The crowd is on their feet as they go toe to toe for the final thirty seconds with a slight edge going to Hearns.

Round ten is another war of attrition, Tommy busts open DM's nose with a jab and lands another clean right hand while Michlaczewski fires back with a hook to the body and a right hand that wobbles Tommy. Hearns wails a hook to the body and eats another uppercut before jarring Dariusz with a devastating cross. The Tiger scores with a violent combination at the bell.

Tommy sticks two jabs that make the blood start flowing from the nose again. Michalczewski takes a hook to the body and unloads his own hook to the chin that sends Hearns to the canvas like he was shot. Thomas climbs up at seven and he looks exhausted as Michalczewski rips into him with both hands and buckles his legs with another hook. Just before the bell hearns lands a hard right hand and a hook behind it that momentarily stems the tide as we head for the twelfth round of an absolute war.

Both men are arm weary as they touch them up. Michalczewski rips a hook to the body and lands an uppercut to the head before eating a devastating double hook/cross from The Hitman. Hearsn takes a hook downstairs and snaps back DM's head with a wicked uppercut. With a seeming disdain for defending themselves they trade punch after punch down the stretch with a crushing right hand from Hearns hurting Michalczewski just before the end of the fight. And after all of this, we are going to do it again. 114-112, 112-114 & 113-113 wow


Jeff Harding 19-3 (16) vs Tommy Yarosz 17-3-2 (3)

Harding winning wasn't shocking, but him dominating was. he was just too strong for Yarosz and Tommy couldn't move him. Jeff floored him in the fourth and took the surprisingly easy UD. 119-109 x2 & 119-111
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Hearns/Michalczewski II

Thomas Hearns 121-11-2 (93) vs Dariusz Michalczewski 18-4-1 (16)

Round One

No feeling out this time as they immediately engage and Michalczewski rocks Hearns with a wicked hook. Tommy fires back a cross and a hook to the body before Dariusz staggers him with an uppercut. they both launch hooks at the same time and Tommy's snaps back DM's head. Hearns leans into another uppercut and Michalczewski clips him with a clean right hand that wobbles Tommy before the bell.

Round Two

Dariusz scores with an uppercut inside before eating a double hook to the body and a vicious uppercut from Hearns that gets his attention. Tommy pumps his jab and scores with a crushing cross flush on the chin. A violent uppercut snaps back DM's head and The Hitman digs a hook to the body. Tommy takes a right to the body and slams a hook into the chin of Michalczewski that has him holding on at the bell.

Round Three

Dariusz fights through a jab and unloads a three punch combo to the head. They trade power shots on the inside with DM having the upper hand. Hearns right eye is beginning to swell as he eats a jab and connects with a clean right hand. Dariusz scores with a clean uppercut on the inside and Hearns buckles his legs with a savage combo.

Round Four

Hearns scores with a stiff jab and two right hands. Michalczewski buries a one-two to the body and a crunching hook to the chin. Tommy slips a right hand and drills him with a hook to the body, another to the head and a right hand straight down broadway. A double jab and another straight right have the Pole holding on.

Round Five

The Tiger bulls inside and lands two uppercuts followed by a cross flush on the chin that hurts Tommy. A left hook seems to instantly expand the swelling on Hearns eye and tommy rips a hook to the body. Hearns ravaged the body with both hands and wobbles him with hook flush on the jaw. A brutal right hand drives Dariusz into the corner where Tommy lambastes him with a barrage of shots to the head that has an abrasion on his left eye. Tommy unloads a series of deadly shots to the body finished off with a hook to the liver that has Dariusz holding on and gasping for air. Tommy buries two shots to the body a hook to the head and an uppercut that has the ref looking closely at the bell.

Round Six

They traded jabs until Michalczewski scored with a heavy hook to the body that took the wind out of Tommy. Things were slow from there but Dariusz landed two hard right hands in the final twenty seconds of the round.

Round Seven

There was no breather here as they engaged immediately with a vicious exchange of power shots with no advantage to be found. After a short reprieve they went at it again trading body shots until Hearns jarred his head back with an uppercut, The Hitman slipped a hook and slammed another uppercut into his chin. Michalczewski scored with two body punches before eating yet another uppercut. Dariusz lands a devastating 3 punch combo to the chin of Hearns. A winging right hand staggers Hearns into the ropes and Dariusz leaps in with a crushing hook. Tommy fires back with a hook to the body and an uppercut to the head that sets off another brutal trade with Tommy getting the best of it. Hearns connects with a right hand square into Michalczewski's closing left eye to end a thrilling three minutes (24-20).

Round Eight

DM rushes out of his corner right into a wicked a 3 punch combo. Tommy lands a nasty lead right that stuns Michalczewski. They trade barbarically in an exchange that leaves them both hurt. Tommy takes a brutal hook to the body and pounds a cross square into The tigers chin. Dariusz rips a hook to the body and eats two more right hands that has his eye looking like ground beef. Hearns pops a jab and drives another cross into that eye and it finally erupts with a nasty gash on the eyebrow.

Round Nine

Tommy jabs to the body and scores with a clean right hand on the chin. Tommy rips off at least 4 hard body shots before they exchange hooks to the head. Hearns backs him into a corner and pummels him with a flurry that is punctuated with a murderous cross. Hearns sticks two hard jabs and raises his arms as he goes back to his corner.

Round ten

Tommy flicks a couple jabs and DM makes him pay with a booming right hand on the chin. Hearns whips back a hook to the body and snaps back his head with an uppercut. They go toe to toe on the inside on even terms until Dariusz lands a cross flush on the Hitmans jaw. Tommy scores with two hard body shots before the bell.

Round Eleven

Tommy takes a big right and fires back with several hard jabs and a right hand. Michalczewski buries a hard hook to the body and an uppercut to the head. Both men take a breather until the final half minute when they both open up with DM having a slight advantage.

Round Twelve

They touch gloves and immediately sling leather in sloppy fashion with both guys landing heavy shots. Michalczewski wobbles him with a right hand and fires off a series of blows to the body until Hearns stems the tide with a wicked uppercut. They trade on even terms until Hearns scores with a huge right hand. Dariusz left eye doesn't even look human and he east another punishing cross that he can't even see. The crowd applauds on their feet for the final twenty seconds as they both let all hang out with hearns gaining the edge and taking the ridiculously difficult UD. 117-112, 116-112 & 116-113. Hello Bernard Hopkins.
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