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1989-06-25 Michael Moorer w rsc 8 Leslie Stewart, Convention Centre, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBO. Referee: Ted Pick. Starting badly, the undefeated champion was picked off by left jabs and rights over the top for several rounds and at the end of the seventh all three judges had Stewart (174¼) ahead. It was at that point things dramatically changed. Taking on a new lease of life, Moorer (173¾) finally caught up with Stewart and southpaw lefts and rights had the latter down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count before was dropped again and stopped with 36 seconds of the session left when being battered without return.
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1989-06-25 [[Michael Moorer]] w rsc 8 [[Leslie Stewart]], Convention Centre, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBO. Referee: Ted Pick. Starting badly, the undefeated champion was picked off by left jabs and rights over the top for several rounds and at the end of the seventh all three judges had Stewart (174¼) ahead. It was at that point things dramatically changed. Taking on a new lease of life, Moorer (173¾) finally caught up with Stewart and southpaw lefts and rights had the latter down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count before was dropped again and stopped with 36 seconds of the session left when being battered without return.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:27, 29 January 2012

1989-06-25 Michael Moorer w rsc 8 Leslie Stewart, Convention Centre, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBO. Referee: Ted Pick. Starting badly, the undefeated champion was picked off by left jabs and rights over the top for several rounds and at the end of the seventh all three judges had Stewart (174¼) ahead. It was at that point things dramatically changed. Taking on a new lease of life, Moorer (173¾) finally caught up with Stewart and southpaw lefts and rights had the latter down for the mandatory ‘eight’ count before was dropped again and stopped with 36 seconds of the session left when being battered without return.