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1991-06-01 Kamel Bou Ali w co 3 Joey Jacobs, Sports Palace, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy - WBO. Referee: Michael Fischer. In what was a bit of a mismatch, the challenger was counted out with 30 seconds of the third round remaining after being floored by a big Bou Ali (129¼) left hook. Jacobs (129¼), who had been out of the ring for nearly nine months since losing his British title, was completely at sea against the hard-hitting Bou Ali and was hurt several times before going down.
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1991-06-01 [[Kamel Bou-Ali]] w co 3 [[Joey Jacobs]], Sports Palace, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy - WBO. Referee: Michael Fischer. In what was a bit of a mismatch, the challenger was counted out with 30 seconds of the third round remaining after being floored by a big Bou-Ali (129¼) left hook. Jacobs (129¼), who had been out of the ring for nearly nine months since losing his British title, was completely at sea against the hard-hitting Bou-Ali and was hurt several times before going down.
  
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1991-06-01 Kamel Bou-Ali w co 3 Joey Jacobs, Sports Palace, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy - WBO. Referee: Michael Fischer. In what was a bit of a mismatch, the challenger was counted out with 30 seconds of the third round remaining after being floored by a big Bou-Ali (129¼) left hook. Jacobs (129¼), who had been out of the ring for nearly nine months since losing his British title, was completely at sea against the hard-hitting Bou-Ali and was hurt several times before going down.