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1990-05-17 [[Magne Havnaa]] w rsc 5 [[Boone Pultz]], Aars, Nordjysk Exhibition Centre, Jutland, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Denny Nelson. In a return fight that came about after Havnaa (190) appeared to have been robbed in their previous bout, the champion made an aggressive start before coming under fire in the third. By now Havnaa had taken over and in the fourth he totally dominated as Pultz (190) was forced to take punches to head and body without being able to get going. In the fifth it was one-way traffic and eventually Pultz was dropped by rights and lefts to the head and although getting up he was momentarily dropped again before being rescued by the referee at 2.54 of the session.  
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1990-05-17 [[Magne Havnaa]] w rsc 5 [[Boone Pultz]], Nordjysk Exhibition Centre, Jutland, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Denny Nelson. In a return fight that came about after Havnaa (190) appeared to have been robbed in their previous bout, the champion made an aggressive start before coming under fire in the third. By now Havnaa had taken over and in the fourth he totally dominated as Pultz (190) was forced to take punches to head and body without being able to get going. In the fifth it was one-way traffic and eventually Pultz was dropped by rights and lefts to the head and although getting up he was momentarily dropped again before being rescued by the referee at 2.54 of the session.  
  
 
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Revision as of 15:34, 17 March 2012

1990-05-17 Magne Havnaa w rsc 5 Boone Pultz, Nordjysk Exhibition Centre, Jutland, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Denny Nelson. In a return fight that came about after Havnaa (190) appeared to have been robbed in their previous bout, the champion made an aggressive start before coming under fire in the third. By now Havnaa had taken over and in the fourth he totally dominated as Pultz (190) was forced to take punches to head and body without being able to get going. In the fifth it was one-way traffic and eventually Pultz was dropped by rights and lefts to the head and although getting up he was momentarily dropped again before being rescued by the referee at 2.54 of the session.