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1992-04-11 James Toney w pts 12 Glenn Wolfe, Thomas & Mack Centre, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Robert Palmer. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-109, 118-110. Despite hardly getting himself out of first gear, the champion was far too good for Wolfe (160), a man who had recently survived a gunshot wound that had grazed his skull. By the seventh Wolfe’s left eye was closing, but Toney (160), continuing to box in short bursts, was content to let his rival last until the final bell.     
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1992-04-11 [[James Toney]] w pts 12 [[Glenn Wolfe]], Thomas & Mack Centre, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Robert Palmer. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-109, 118-110. Despite hardly getting himself out of first gear, the champion was far too good for Wolfe (160), a man who had recently survived a gunshot wound that had grazed his skull. By the seventh Wolfe’s left eye was closing, but Toney (160), continuing to box in short bursts, was content to let his rival last until the final bell.     
  
 
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1992-04-11 James Toney w pts 12 Glenn Wolfe, Thomas & Mack Centre, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Robert Palmer. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-109, 118-110. Despite hardly getting himself out of first gear, the champion was far too good for Wolfe (160), a man who had recently survived a gunshot wound that had grazed his skull. By the seventh Wolfe’s left eye was closing, but Toney (160), continuing to box in short bursts, was content to let his rival last until the final bell.