1999-08-07 Johnny Nelson w rtd 4 Willard Lewis, Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham, England - WBO

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1999-08-07 [[Johnny Nelson]] w rtd 4 [[Willard Lewis]], Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham, England - WBO. Referee: Dave Parris. With huge advantages in height, and reach, the champion found Lewis (189¾) an easy target and he landed so many punches in the fourth that two of the judges marked it a 10-8 round. Two solid right crosses opened a cut over Lewis’ left eye as Nelson (189½) went to work in that session and was followed by a left hook ripping open a cut over the Canadian’s right eye. Having taken a real pounding in the fourth, and with serious eye damage to make a difficult task even harder it came as no surprise when Lewis was retired by his corner during the interval.   
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1999-08-07 [[Johnny Nelson]] w rtd 4 [[Willard Lewis]], Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham, England - WBO. Referee: Dave Parris. With huge advantages in height, and reach, the champion found Lewis (189¾) an easy target and he landed so many punches in the fourth that two of the judges marked it a 10-8 round. Two solid right crosses opened a cut over Lewis’ left eye as Nelson (189½) went to work in that session and was followed by a left hook ripping open a cut over the Canadian’s right eye. Having taken a real pounding in the fourth, and with serious eye damage to make a difficult task even harder, it came as no surprise when Lewis was retired by his corner during the interval.   
  
 
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Revision as of 15:43, 17 March 2012

1999-08-07 Johnny Nelson w rtd 4 Willard Lewis, Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham, England - WBO. Referee: Dave Parris. With huge advantages in height, and reach, the champion found Lewis (189¾) an easy target and he landed so many punches in the fourth that two of the judges marked it a 10-8 round. Two solid right crosses opened a cut over Lewis’ left eye as Nelson (189½) went to work in that session and was followed by a left hook ripping open a cut over the Canadian’s right eye. Having taken a real pounding in the fourth, and with serious eye damage to make a difficult task even harder, it came as no surprise when Lewis was retired by his corner during the interval.

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