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2001-11-03 Armand Krajnc w pts 12 Paolo Roberto, Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 118-111. Shrugging off a bad start, when he was rocked by a right hook to the jaw, the champion began to dictate matters and took control after the third round as Roberto (160), a hard-hitting southpaw, ran out of ideas. In the sixth, Roberto was lucky to be still in the fight after a tremendous right to the head had him all over the place, but he stuck at it and survived to the final bell as Krajnc (160) tired.   
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2001-11-03 [[Armand Krajnc]] w pts 12 [[Paolo Roberto]], Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 118-111. Shrugging off a bad start, when he was rocked by a right hook to the jaw, the champion began to dictate matters and took control after the third round as Roberto (160), a hard-hitting southpaw, ran out of ideas. In the sixth, Roberto was lucky to be still in the fight after a tremendous right to the head had him all over the place, but he stuck at it and survived to the final bell as Krajnc (160) tired.   
  
 
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2001-11-03 Armand Krajnc w pts 12 Paolo Roberto, Hanse Hall, Lubeck, Germany - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-110, 118-111. Shrugging off a bad start, when he was rocked by a right hook to the jaw, the champion began to dictate matters and took control after the third round as Roberto (160), a hard-hitting southpaw, ran out of ideas. In the sixth, Roberto was lucky to be still in the fight after a tremendous right to the head had him all over the place, but he stuck at it and survived to the final bell as Krajnc (160) tired.