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1999-08-07 [[Acelino Freitas]] w co 1 [[Anatoly Alexandrov]], Sports Palace, Le Cannet, France - WBO. Referee: Michael Ortega. Making a confident start, Freitas (129½) almost immediately hurt Alexandrov (129¼) with a shuddering  right to the head and although the champion remained erect he would not be standing for long. Opening up with both hands, Freitas was not going to let his opportunity pass him by. And when another heavy right landed on Alexandrov’s jaw he crashed down to be counted out at 1.41 of the first. Unconscious for almost five minutes, he was transported to hospital before thankfully recovering.           
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1999-08-07 [[Acelino Freitas]] w co 1 [[Anatoly Alexandrov]], Sports Palace, Le Cannet, France - WBO. Referee: Michael Ortega. Making a confident start Freitas (129½) almost immediately hurt Alexandrov (129¼) with a shuddering  right to the head, and although the champion remained erect he would not be standing for long. After opening up with both hands, when another heavy right from Freitas landed on Alexandrov’s jaw he crashed down to be counted out at 1.41 of the first. Unconscious for almost five minutes, Alexandrov was transported to hospital before thankfully recovering.           
  
 
[[Category: 1999 Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:13, 10 April 2013

1999-08-07 Acelino Freitas w co 1 Anatoly Alexandrov, Sports Palace, Le Cannet, France - WBO. Referee: Michael Ortega. Making a confident start Freitas (129½) almost immediately hurt Alexandrov (129¼) with a shuddering right to the head, and although the champion remained erect he would not be standing for long. After opening up with both hands, when another heavy right from Freitas landed on Alexandrov’s jaw he crashed down to be counted out at 1.41 of the first. Unconscious for almost five minutes, Alexandrov was transported to hospital before thankfully recovering.