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2000-03-11 [[Armand Krajnc]] w rsc 2 [[Jonathan Corn]], Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Mark Nelson. Making his first defence, Krajnc (159¾) wasted little time in going for Corn (159¾) and by the end of the opening round it already looked as though the little known American would not be around for much longer. Picking up where he left off, Krajnc was soon letting the punches go and after chasing his man down heavy blows to the head saw Corn almost knocked out of the ring before being counted out at 1.29 of the second.   
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2000-03-11 [[Armand Krajnc]] w rsc 2 [[Jonathan Corn]], Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Mark Nelson. Making his first defence, with Krajnc (159¾) wasting little time in going for Corn (159¾) by the end of the opening round it already looked as though the little known American would not be around for much longer. Picking up where he left off Krajnc was soon letting the punches go, and after chasing his man down heavy blows to the head saw Corn almost knocked out of the ring before being counted out at 1.29 of the second.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:34, 24 June 2013

2000-03-11 Armand Krajnc w rsc 2 Jonathan Corn, Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Mark Nelson. Making his first defence, with Krajnc (159¾) wasting little time in going for Corn (159¾) by the end of the opening round it already looked as though the little known American would not be around for much longer. Picking up where he left off Krajnc was soon letting the punches go, and after chasing his man down heavy blows to the head saw Corn almost knocked out of the ring before being counted out at 1.29 of the second.