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1986-09-26 [[Edwin Rosario]] w co 2 (15) [[Livingstone Bramble]], Abel Holtz Tennis Stadium, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Following an even first round, with both men jabbing and holding a high guard, the second session saw the challenger backing Bramble (135) up from the start before sending him staggering after letting loose with two-fisted attacks. With Rosario (135) now in full cry, Bramble was forced against the ropes where he was badly hurt by a cracking left uppercut and after a further barrage of blows had weakened him he was counted out on the 2.28 mark after being dropped by a heavy right to the head.  
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1986-09-26 [[Edwin Rosario]] w co 2 (15) [[Livingstone Bramble]], Abel Holtz Tennis Stadium, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Following an even first round, with both men jabbing and holding a high guard, the second session saw the challenger backing Bramble (135) up from the start before sending him staggering after letting loose with two-fisted attacks. With Rosario (135) now in full cry, Bramble was forced against the ropes where he was badly hurt by a cracking left uppercut and after a further barrage of blows had weakened him he was counted out on the 2.28 mark, having been dropped by a heavy right to the head.  
  
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 16:13, 25 March 2012

1986-09-26 Edwin Rosario w co 2 (15) Livingstone Bramble, Abel Holtz Tennis Stadium, Miami Beach, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Following an even first round, with both men jabbing and holding a high guard, the second session saw the challenger backing Bramble (135) up from the start before sending him staggering after letting loose with two-fisted attacks. With Rosario (135) now in full cry, Bramble was forced against the ropes where he was badly hurt by a cracking left uppercut and after a further barrage of blows had weakened him he was counted out on the 2.28 mark, having been dropped by a heavy right to the head.