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1992-02-15 Julian Jackson w rsc 1 Ismael Negron, Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Showing himself to be one of the hardest-hitting champions of the modern era, Jackson (159) jumped on Negron (160) right from the opening bell, smashing in heavy shots from both hands to head and body. Negron did not know what hit him and after being sent down heavily by a left hook to the jaw the referee stopped counting on the 50 second mark to call the fight off.     
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1992-02-15 [[Julian Jackson]] w rsc 1 [[Ismael Negron]], Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Showing himself to be one of the hardest-hitting champions of the modern era, Jackson (159) jumped on Negron (160) right from the opening bell, smashing in heavy shots from both hands to head and body. Negron did not know what hit him, and after being sent down heavily by a left hook to the jaw the referee stopped counting on the 50 second mark to call the fight off.     
  
 
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1992-02-15 Julian Jackson w rsc 1 Ismael Negron, Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Showing himself to be one of the hardest-hitting champions of the modern era, Jackson (159) jumped on Negron (160) right from the opening bell, smashing in heavy shots from both hands to head and body. Negron did not know what hit him, and after being sent down heavily by a left hook to the jaw the referee stopped counting on the 50 second mark to call the fight off.