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16 June Tim Austin w rsc 6 Steve Dotse, Xavier University Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: Kamal Hasan. Coming back from a contest in which his opponent had died, Dotse (118) was unable to do anything with the masterful Austin (118) and slumped to a stoppage defeat at 2.09 of the sixth round. Displaying a great jab and excellent body punching, the champion dominated his rival and, on reflection, Dotse was lucky to get as far as he did.
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2001-06-16 [[Tim Austin]] w rsc 6 [[Steve Dotse]], Xavier University Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: Kamal Hasan. Coming back from a contest in which his opponent had died, Dotse (118) was unable to do anything with the masterful Austin (118) and slumped to a stoppage defeat at 2.09 of the sixth round. Displaying a great jab and excellent body punching, the champion dominated his rival and, on reflection, Dotse was lucky to get as far as he did.
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Revision as of 11:34, 21 February 2012

2001-06-16 Tim Austin w rsc 6 Steve Dotse, Xavier University Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - IBF. Referee: Kamal Hasan. Coming back from a contest in which his opponent had died, Dotse (118) was unable to do anything with the masterful Austin (118) and slumped to a stoppage defeat at 2.09 of the sixth round. Displaying a great jab and excellent body punching, the champion dominated his rival and, on reflection, Dotse was lucky to get as far as he did.