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1999-07-24 [[Terron Millett]] w rsc 12 [[Virgil McLendon]], Flamingo Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Richard Steele. Although slow out of the blocks, Millett (139) withstood his southpaw challenger’s early blitz and by the sixth round he was well and truly in the groove. The awkward McLendon (139½) had certainly given Millett a shaking up, especially in the second, but he was now beginning to ship more and more punishment. Hurt at the end of the 11th, McLendon was under fire immediately in the 12th and after taking a welter of blows to head and body without return the referee called it off with 1.50 on the clock. After suffering a long-term injury to his hands, Millett forfeited the IBF version of the championship in December and was told that when fully fit he would become a preferential challenger to whoever held the title.  
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1999-07-24 [[Terron Millett]] w rsc 12 [[Virgil McClendon]], Flamingo Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Richard Steele. Although slow out of the blocks, Millett (139) withstood his southpaw challenger’s early blitz and by the sixth round he was well and truly in the groove. The awkward McClendon (139½) had certainly given Millett a shaking up, especially in the second, but he was now beginning to ship more and more punishment. Hurt at the end of the 11th, McClendon was under fire immediately in the 12th and after taking a welter of blows to head and body without return the referee called it off with 1.50 on the clock.  
  
[[Category: 1999 Junior Welterweight Title Contests]]
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After suffering a long-term injury to his hands, Millett forfeited the IBF version of the championship in December and was told that when fully fit he would become a preferential challenger to whoever held the title. Following that, [[Zab Judah]] and [[Jan Piet Bergman]] were matched for the vacant title.
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[[Category: 1999 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Welterweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 15:10, 21 September 2012

1999-07-24 Terron Millett w rsc 12 Virgil McClendon, Flamingo Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Richard Steele. Although slow out of the blocks, Millett (139) withstood his southpaw challenger’s early blitz and by the sixth round he was well and truly in the groove. The awkward McClendon (139½) had certainly given Millett a shaking up, especially in the second, but he was now beginning to ship more and more punishment. Hurt at the end of the 11th, McClendon was under fire immediately in the 12th and after taking a welter of blows to head and body without return the referee called it off with 1.50 on the clock.

After suffering a long-term injury to his hands, Millett forfeited the IBF version of the championship in December and was told that when fully fit he would become a preferential challenger to whoever held the title. Following that, Zab Judah and Jan Piet Bergman were matched for the vacant title.