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1991-09-15 [[Manning Galloway]] w pts 12 [[Jeff Malcolm]], Jupiter’s Casino, Broadbeach, Australia - WBO. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 118-109, 116-112, 118-110. Snapping southpaw jabs through the challenger’s guard during the opening four rounds, Galloway (146½) ultimately proved too classy an opponent for the Aussie and eventually eased off. Despite fighting in spurts, Galloway had the speed that allowed him to get in and out without taking too many risks and although Malcolm (145¼) scored well at times he was always travelling second best.   
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1991-09-15 [[Manning Galloway]] w pts 12 [[Jeff Malcolm]], Jupiter’s Casino, Broadbeach, Australia - WBO. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 118-109, 116-112, 118-110. Snapping southpaw jabs through the challenger’s guard during the opening four rounds, Galloway (146½) ultimately proved too classy an opponent for the Aussie before eventually easing off. Despite fighting in spurts, Galloway had the speed that allowed him to get in and out without taking too many risks, and although Malcolm (145¼) scored well at times he was always travelling second best.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:15, 1 June 2013

1991-09-15 Manning Galloway w pts 12 Jeff Malcolm, Jupiter’s Casino, Broadbeach, Australia - WBO. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 118-109, 116-112, 118-110. Snapping southpaw jabs through the challenger’s guard during the opening four rounds, Galloway (146½) ultimately proved too classy an opponent for the Aussie before eventually easing off. Despite fighting in spurts, Galloway had the speed that allowed him to get in and out without taking too many risks, and although Malcolm (145¼) scored well at times he was always travelling second best.