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1971-03-02 Bob Foster w co 4 (15) Hal Carroll, Catholic Youth Centre, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA - WBC. Referee: Manny Gelb. Coming back after being knocked out by Joe Frazier in an unsuccessful challenge for the heavyweight title, Foster (174) quickly imposed himself on Carroll (171½), flooring him three times in the second round before opening up a deep gash on his left eye in the third. Having great difficulty in dealing with Foster’s huge reach advantage, Carroll was there to be taken and following a smashing right cross to the head he was counted out at 2.32 of the fourth.
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1971-03-02 [[Bob Foster]] w co 4 (15) [[Hal Carroll]], Catholic Youth Centre, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA - WBC. Referee: Manny Gelb. Coming back after being knocked out by Joe Frazier in an unsuccessful challenge for the heavyweight title, Foster (174) quickly imposed himself on Carroll (171½), flooring him three times in the second round before opening up a deep gash on his left eye in the third. Having great difficulty in dealing with Foster’s huge reach advantage, Carroll was there to be taken and following a smashing right cross to the head he was counted out at 2.32 of the fourth.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:26, 29 January 2012

1971-03-02 Bob Foster w co 4 (15) Hal Carroll, Catholic Youth Centre, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA - WBC. Referee: Manny Gelb. Coming back after being knocked out by Joe Frazier in an unsuccessful challenge for the heavyweight title, Foster (174) quickly imposed himself on Carroll (171½), flooring him three times in the second round before opening up a deep gash on his left eye in the third. Having great difficulty in dealing with Foster’s huge reach advantage, Carroll was there to be taken and following a smashing right cross to the head he was counted out at 2.32 of the fourth.