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2000-06-10 [[Acelino Freitas]] w rsc 2 [[Lemuel Nelson]], Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBO. Referee: Dale Grable. Despite having problems making the weight Freitas (130) was soon into action, Nelson (130) being badly wobbled several times before throwing a right hand that put the champion down. As soon as Freitas was back on his feet Nelson was in trouble again from the right hand, and in the second round there was again no respite for the American as Freitas continued to bomb in heavy rights. It obviously could not last much longer. After Freitas had sent his man staggering along the ropes and was smashing in punches freely, the referee had seen enough, rescuing Nelson just before he hit the canvas with one second of the round remaining.   
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2000-06-10 [[Acelino Freitas]] w rsc 2 [[Lemuel Nelson]], Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBO. Referee: Dale Grable. Despite having problems making the weight Freitas (130) was soon into action, Nelson (130) being badly wobbled several times before throwing a right hand that put the champion down. As soon as Freitas was back on his feet Nelson was in trouble again from the right hand, and in the second round there was again no respite for the American as he continued to be bombed by heavy rights. It obviously could not last much longer. After Freitas had sent his man staggering along the ropes and was smashing in punches freely, the referee rescued Nelson just before he hit the canvas with one second of the round remaining.   
  
 
[[Category: 2000 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 2000 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 13:46, 10 April 2013

2000-06-10 Acelino Freitas w rsc 2 Lemuel Nelson, Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBO. Referee: Dale Grable. Despite having problems making the weight Freitas (130) was soon into action, Nelson (130) being badly wobbled several times before throwing a right hand that put the champion down. As soon as Freitas was back on his feet Nelson was in trouble again from the right hand, and in the second round there was again no respite for the American as he continued to be bombed by heavy rights. It obviously could not last much longer. After Freitas had sent his man staggering along the ropes and was smashing in punches freely, the referee rescued Nelson just before he hit the canvas with one second of the round remaining.