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1986-08-23 [[Mike McCallum]] w rsc 2 (15) [[Julian Jackson]], Convention Centre, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Eddie Eckert. This was a hard-hitting affair right from the opening bell as the challenger, having stopped 27 of his 29 previous opponents, came out bombing and soon hurt McCallum (152½) with a cracking left hook. Using all of his experience, McCallum somehow weathered the storm and in the second, although under pressure, he dropped Jackson (152) for the mandatory ‘eight’ with a right-left. Now it was McCallum’s turn to be the aggressor, and giving Jackson no chance to recover he unloaded incessant two-handed attacks from head to body that had the latter going before the referee jumped in to rescue him at 2.03 of the session.
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1986-08-23 [[Mike McCallum]] w rsc 2 (15) [[Julian Jackson]], Convention Centre, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Eddie Eckert. This was a hard-hitting affair right from the opening bell as the challenger, having stopped 27 of his 29 previous opponents, soon hurt McCallum (152½) with a cracking left hook. Using all of his experience, McCallum somehow weathered the storm before dropping Jackson (152) for the mandatory ‘eight’ with a right-left in the second. Now it was McCallum’s turn to be the aggressor, and giving Jackson no chance to recover he unloaded incessant two-handed attacks from head to body that had the latter going before the referee jumped in to rescue him at 2.03 of the session.
  
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 9 June 2013

1986-08-23 Mike McCallum w rsc 2 (15) Julian Jackson, Convention Centre, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Eddie Eckert. This was a hard-hitting affair right from the opening bell as the challenger, having stopped 27 of his 29 previous opponents, soon hurt McCallum (152½) with a cracking left hook. Using all of his experience, McCallum somehow weathered the storm before dropping Jackson (152) for the mandatory ‘eight’ with a right-left in the second. Now it was McCallum’s turn to be the aggressor, and giving Jackson no chance to recover he unloaded incessant two-handed attacks from head to body that had the latter going before the referee jumped in to rescue him at 2.03 of the session.