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1993-09-17 Jimmi Bredahl w pts 12 Renato Cornett, Circus House, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Steve Smoger. Scorecards: 117-112, 118-111, 118-111. Keeping the challenger at arms length from the start, the southpaw Bredahl (129), using short, fast punches, soon assumed command with good footwork keeping him clear of the challenger’s heavier blows. Occasionally Cornett (129) got through with heavy rights to the jaw, especially as the pace slowed in the 11th, but come the final session Bredahl was back in control with the jab to run out a relatively easy winner.
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1993-09-17 [[Jimmi Bredahl]] w pts 12 [[Renato Cornett]], Circus House, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Steve Smoger. Scorecards: 117-112, 118-111, 118-111. Keeping the challenger at arms length from the start, the southpaw Bredahl (129), using short, fast punches, soon assumed command with good footwork keeping him clear of the challenger’s heavier blows. Occasionally Cornett (129) got through with heavy rights to the jaw, especially as the pace slowed in the 11th, but come the final session Bredahl was back in control with the jab to run out a relatively easy winner.
  
 
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1993-09-17 Jimmi Bredahl w pts 12 Renato Cornett, Circus House, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Steve Smoger. Scorecards: 117-112, 118-111, 118-111. Keeping the challenger at arms length from the start, the southpaw Bredahl (129), using short, fast punches, soon assumed command with good footwork keeping him clear of the challenger’s heavier blows. Occasionally Cornett (129) got through with heavy rights to the jaw, especially as the pace slowed in the 11th, but come the final session Bredahl was back in control with the jab to run out a relatively easy winner.