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1994-09-03 [[Daniel Jimenez]] w co 1 [[Harold Geier]], The Domplatz, Wiener Neustadt, Austria - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. With the challenger, Geier (121¼), unbeaten in 20 contests, Austria’s first world championship fight for a long time ended in disaster as the local man was knocked out by Jimenez (121¼) almost from the first punch, a terrific right which landed with some force on his jaw. The time of the finish, although announced as 19 seconds and a world record, was closer to 25 seconds.             
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1994-09-03 [[Daniel Jimenez]] w co 1 [[Harald Geier]], The Domplatz, Wiener Neustadt, Austria - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. With the challenger, Geier (121¼), unbeaten in 20 contests, Austria’s first world championship fight for a long time ended in disaster as the local man was knocked out by Jimenez (121¼) almost from the first punch, a terrific right which landed with some force on his jaw. The time of the finish, although announced as 19 seconds was closer to 25 seconds.             
  
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 4 December 2012

1994-09-03 Daniel Jimenez w co 1 Harald Geier, The Domplatz, Wiener Neustadt, Austria - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. With the challenger, Geier (121¼), unbeaten in 20 contests, Austria’s first world championship fight for a long time ended in disaster as the local man was knocked out by Jimenez (121¼) almost from the first punch, a terrific right which landed with some force on his jaw. The time of the finish, although announced as 19 seconds was closer to 25 seconds.