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1995-09-30 [[Ralf Rocchigiani]] w pts 12 [[Marc Randazzo]], Sports Centre, Hannover, Germany - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 116-113. Making his first defence, Rocchigiani (186½) had trouble with Randazzo (186) in the early rounds, especially in the opening two, before getting behind the left jab to rack up the points. As with most unbeaten fighters the American was always dangerous, but once Rocchigiani had his measure he was comprehensively outboxed and outpunched. According to Jack Tree, writing in Boxing News, this was a career best performance for Rocchigiani.     
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1995-09-30 [[Ralf Rocchigiani]] w pts 12 [[Marc Randazzo]], Sports Centre, Hannover, Germany - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 116-113. Making his first defence Rocchigiani (186½) had trouble with Randazzo (186) in the early rounds, especially in the opening two, before getting behind the left jab to rack up the points. As with most unbeaten fighters the American was always dangerous, but once Rocchigiani had his measure he was comprehensively outboxed and outpunched. According to Jack Tree, writing in ''Boxing News'', this was a career best performance for Rocchigiani.     
  
 
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1995-09-30 Ralf Rocchigiani w pts 12 Marc Randazzo, Sports Centre, Hannover, Germany - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 116-113. Making his first defence Rocchigiani (186½) had trouble with Randazzo (186) in the early rounds, especially in the opening two, before getting behind the left jab to rack up the points. As with most unbeaten fighters the American was always dangerous, but once Rocchigiani had his measure he was comprehensively outboxed and outpunched. According to Jack Tree, writing in Boxing News, this was a career best performance for Rocchigiani.