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2002-04-20 Dariusz Michalczewski w co 2 Joey DeGrandis, Stoczniowiec Arena, Gdansk, Poland - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Although the challenger gave it a real go in the opening session, sending in overarm rights in a bid to catch Michalczewski (175) cold, once the latter got his left jab to work the end was never far away. Having won six in a row, DeGrandis (175) was less confident in the second and was soon on the back foot after feeling the power of Michalczewski’s jab. It came as no surprise when he was set up by a right hook before being counted out at 1.58 of the session following a terrific left uppercut that smashed him to the floor.     
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2002-04-20 [[Dariusz Michalczewski]] w co 2 [[Joey DeGrandis]], Stoczniowiec Arena, Gdansk, Poland - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Although the challenger gave it a real go in the opening session, sending in overarm rights in a bid to catch Michalczewski (175) cold, once the latter got his left jab to work the end was never far away. Having won six in a row, DeGrandis (175) was less confident in the second and was soon on the back foot after feeling the power of Michalczewski’s jab. It came as no surprise when he was set up by a right hook before being counted out at 1.58 of the session following a terrific left uppercut that smashed him to the floor.     
  
 
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2002-04-20 Dariusz Michalczewski w co 2 Joey DeGrandis, Stoczniowiec Arena, Gdansk, Poland - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Although the challenger gave it a real go in the opening session, sending in overarm rights in a bid to catch Michalczewski (175) cold, once the latter got his left jab to work the end was never far away. Having won six in a row, DeGrandis (175) was less confident in the second and was soon on the back foot after feeling the power of Michalczewski’s jab. It came as no surprise when he was set up by a right hook before being counted out at 1.58 of the session following a terrific left uppercut that smashed him to the floor.