1993-10-29 Johnny Bredahl w disq 4 Eduardo Nazario, Storebael Hall, Korsor, Denmark - WBO

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1993-10-29 [[Johnny Bredahl]] w disq 4 [[Eduardo Nazario]], Storebael Hall, Korsor, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Heinrich Muhmert. Having nailed Nazario (114½) with right crosses and a left hook in the first round, Bredahl (114¾) forced a standing count and continued to dictate matters during the next two sessions before coming under fire himself in the fourth. Then, with Nazario attacking, the champion was driven backwards and after slipping to the canvas when trying to avoid a punch was hit in the throat by a left hook which took all the fight out of him. Despite being given five minutes rest, Bredahl was unable to continue and Nazario was disqualified.       
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1993-10-29 [[Johnny Bredahl]] w disq 4 [[Eduardo Nazario]], Storebael Hall, Korsor, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Heinrich Muhmert. Having nailed Nazario (114½) with right crosses and a left hook in the first round, Bredahl (114¾) forced a standing count and continued to dictate matters during the next two sessions before coming under fire himself in the fourth. Then, with Nazario attacking, the champion was driven backwards, and after slipping to the canvas when trying to avoid a punch was hit in the throat by a left hook which took all the fight out of him. Despite being given five minutes rest, Bredahl was unable to continue and Nazario was disqualified.       
  
 
[[Category: 1993 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1993 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 17:17, 14 November 2012

1993-10-29 Johnny Bredahl w disq 4 Eduardo Nazario, Storebael Hall, Korsor, Denmark - WBO. Referee: Heinrich Muhmert. Having nailed Nazario (114½) with right crosses and a left hook in the first round, Bredahl (114¾) forced a standing count and continued to dictate matters during the next two sessions before coming under fire himself in the fourth. Then, with Nazario attacking, the champion was driven backwards, and after slipping to the canvas when trying to avoid a punch was hit in the throat by a left hook which took all the fight out of him. Despite being given five minutes rest, Bredahl was unable to continue and Nazario was disqualified.

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