1996-03-16 Ralf Rocchigiani w rsc 4 Jay Snyder, National Hall, Berlin, Germany - WBO

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1996-03-16 [[Ralf Rocchigiani]] w rsc 4 [[Jay Snyder]], National Hall, Berlin, Germany - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Starting as he meant to carry on, Rocchigiani (184½) was in control of his challenger from the opening bell, landing good shots to head and body, before stepping on the gas in the fourth round. Having been forced to take the mandatory ‘eight’ count following a left-right to the jaw, Snyder (189¾) was still on shaky legs when he was dropped heavily by Rocchigiani for the second time. At that point, with 2.05 on the clock, the referee had seen enough and stopped the fight immediately.   
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1996-03-16 [[Ralf Rocchigiani]] w rsc 4 [[Jay Snyder]], National Hall, Berlin, Germany - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Starting as he meant to carry on Rocchigiani (184½) was in control of his challenger from the opening bell, landing good shots to head and body before stepping on the gas in the fourth round. Having been forced to take the mandatory ‘eight’ count following a left-right to the jaw, Snyder (189¾) was still on shaky legs when he was dropped heavily by Rocchigiani for the second time. At that point, with 2.05 on the clock, the referee stopped the fight immediately.   
  
 
[[Category: 1996 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1996 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 07:52, 8 July 2013

1996-03-16 Ralf Rocchigiani w rsc 4 Jay Snyder, National Hall, Berlin, Germany - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Starting as he meant to carry on Rocchigiani (184½) was in control of his challenger from the opening bell, landing good shots to head and body before stepping on the gas in the fourth round. Having been forced to take the mandatory ‘eight’ count following a left-right to the jaw, Snyder (189¾) was still on shaky legs when he was dropped heavily by Rocchigiani for the second time. At that point, with 2.05 on the clock, the referee stopped the fight immediately.

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