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2000-10-06 [[Lehlo Ledwaba]] w co 8 [[Eduardo Alvarez]], Leisure Centre, Maidstone, England - IBF. Referee: Roy Francis. Boxing smartly on the back foot the challenger made life difficult for Ledwaba (121½), who was forced to look for openings, but in the seventh the South African upped the pace after realising out how to best deal with Alvarez (121¼). Ledwaba was now in full swing and in the eighth he forced his rival into a corner where a right-left-right to the head and a terrific left hook to the ribs dropped Alvarez to be counted out with two seconds of the round remaining.             
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2000-10-06 [[Lehlo Ledwaba]] w co 8 [[Eduardo Enrique Alvarez]], Leisure Centre, Maidstone, England - IBF. Referee: Roy Francis. Boxing smartly on the back foot the challenger made life difficult for Ledwaba (121½), who was forced to look for openings, but in the seventh the South African upped the pace after realising how to best deal with Alvarez (121¼). Ledwaba was now in full swing, and in the eighth he forced Alvarez into a corner where a right-left-right to the head and a terrific left hook to the ribs dropped the latter to be counted out with two seconds of the round remaining.             
  
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Latest revision as of 12:41, 25 March 2013

2000-10-06 Lehlo Ledwaba w co 8 Eduardo Enrique Alvarez, Leisure Centre, Maidstone, England - IBF. Referee: Roy Francis. Boxing smartly on the back foot the challenger made life difficult for Ledwaba (121½), who was forced to look for openings, but in the seventh the South African upped the pace after realising how to best deal with Alvarez (121¼). Ledwaba was now in full swing, and in the eighth he forced Alvarez into a corner where a right-left-right to the head and a terrific left hook to the ribs dropped the latter to be counted out with two seconds of the round remaining.