1995-03-17 Julian Jackson w rsc 2 Agostino Cardamone, Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - WBC

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1995-03-17 [[Julian Jackson]] w rsc 2 [[Agostino Cardamone]], Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Fighting for the title vacated by [[Gerald McClellan]], Cardamone (160) came out in confident fashion, banging in southpaw lefts and rights from head to body and staggering Jackson (160) badly with a solid left to the jaw towards the end of the first session. Both men attacked at the start of the second and again Jackson was hurt. Confident of the win, Cardamone moved in to finish the job, but having missed with a left he was caught by a cracking right to the head and was sent crashing downwards to be counted out on the 1.50 mark.     
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1995-03-17 [[Julian Jackson]] w rsc 2 [[Agostino Cardamone]], Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Fighting for the title vacated by [[Gerald McClellan]], Cardamone (160) came out in confident fashion, banging in southpaw lefts and rights from head to body, and staggering Jackson (160) badly with a solid left to the jaw towards the end of the first session. With both men attacking at the start of the second again Jackson was hurt. Confident of the win Cardamone moved in to finish the job, but having missed with a left when he was caught by a cracking right to the head he was sent crashing downwards to be counted out on the 1.50 mark.     
  
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Middleweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Middleweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 13:57, 23 June 2013

1995-03-17 Julian Jackson w rsc 2 Agostino Cardamone, Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Fighting for the title vacated by Gerald McClellan, Cardamone (160) came out in confident fashion, banging in southpaw lefts and rights from head to body, and staggering Jackson (160) badly with a solid left to the jaw towards the end of the first session. With both men attacking at the start of the second again Jackson was hurt. Confident of the win Cardamone moved in to finish the job, but having missed with a left when he was caught by a cracking right to the head he was sent crashing downwards to be counted out on the 1.50 mark.

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