1991-09-14 Julian Jackson w co 1 Dennis Milton, Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC

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1991-09-14 Julian Jackson w co 1 Dennis Milton, Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Defending his title with the reputation of being best one-punch knockout man around, Jackson (158) proved it yet again when dropping Milton (159) for the full count. It was all Jackson from the start, with Milton happy to hold and run, but once the champion found his range it was over, a cracking short right doing the damage. Milton tried to get up before lurching over again, the finish being timed at 2.10.  
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1991-09-14 [[Julian Jackson]] w co 1 [[Dennis Milton]], Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Defending his title with the reputation of being best one-punch knockout man around, Jackson (158) proved it yet again when dropping Milton (159) for the full count. It was all Jackson from the start, with Milton happy to hold and run, but once the champion found his range it was over, a cracking short right doing the damage. Milton tried to get up before lurching over again, the finish being timed at 2.10.  
  
 
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1991-09-14 Julian Jackson w co 1 Dennis Milton, Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Defending his title with the reputation of being best one-punch knockout man around, Jackson (158) proved it yet again when dropping Milton (159) for the full count. It was all Jackson from the start, with Milton happy to hold and run, but once the champion found his range it was over, a cracking short right doing the damage. Milton tried to get up before lurching over again, the finish being timed at 2.10.

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