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1991-11-15 [[James Warring]] w co 5 [[Donnell Wingfield]], Valley Sports Arena, Roanoke, Virginia, USA - IBF. Referee: Al Rothenberg. Not letting the dust settle, Warring (188½) was quickly back in action to defend his new title against Wingfield (185¾), who started well when taking two of the opening three rounds. It was only in the fourth that Warring found the distance, catching Wingfield with heavy rights as he attacked, and at 1.05 of the fifth the fight was ended when the latter was smashed to the floor by a cracking right uppercut and counted out.   
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1991-11-15 [[James Warring]] w co 5 [[Donnell Wingfield]], Valley Sports Arena, Roanoke, Virginia, USA - IBF. Referee: Al Rothenberg. Not letting the dust settle Warring (188½) was quickly back in action to defend his new title against Wingfield (185¾), who started well when taking two of the opening three rounds. It was only in the fourth that Warring found the distance, catching Wingfield with heavy rights as he attacked, and at 1.05 of the fifth the fight was ended when the latter was smashed to the floor by a cracking right uppercut and counted out.   
  
 
[[Category: 1991 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:12, 3 July 2013

1991-11-15 James Warring w co 5 Donnell Wingfield, Valley Sports Arena, Roanoke, Virginia, USA - IBF. Referee: Al Rothenberg. Not letting the dust settle Warring (188½) was quickly back in action to defend his new title against Wingfield (185¾), who started well when taking two of the opening three rounds. It was only in the fourth that Warring found the distance, catching Wingfield with heavy rights as he attacked, and at 1.05 of the fifth the fight was ended when the latter was smashed to the floor by a cracking right uppercut and counted out.