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1986-12-26 Bobby Czyz w rsc 1 (15) David Sears, South Mountain Arena, West Orange, New Jersey, USA - IBF. Referee: Joe Cortez. Making a fast start in what was his first defence, Czyz (175) stepped right into Sears (175), firing in heavy punches to the body before moving upstairs to land several big right hands to the head, the last of which sent the latter crashing to the floor. Although Sears got to his feet, the referee had already stopped the contest 61 seconds into the round after realising that it was pointless carrying on.
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1986-12-26 [[Bobby Czyz]] w rsc 1 (15) [[David Sears]], South Mountain Arena, West Orange, New Jersey, USA - IBF. Referee: Joe Cortez. Making a fast start in what was his first defence, Czyz (175) stepped right into Sears (175), firing in heavy punches to the body before moving upstairs to land several big right hands to the head, the last of which sent the latter crashing to the floor. Although Sears got to his feet, the referee had already stopped the contest 61 seconds into the round after realising that it was pointless carrying on.
  
 
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1986-12-26 Bobby Czyz w rsc 1 (15) David Sears, South Mountain Arena, West Orange, New Jersey, USA - IBF. Referee: Joe Cortez. Making a fast start in what was his first defence, Czyz (175) stepped right into Sears (175), firing in heavy punches to the body before moving upstairs to land several big right hands to the head, the last of which sent the latter crashing to the floor. Although Sears got to his feet, the referee had already stopped the contest 61 seconds into the round after realising that it was pointless carrying on.