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2002-08-17 [[Daniel Santos]] w pts 12 [[Mehrdud Takaloo]], Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 116-112, 117-110, 116-111. Cut over the right eye as early as the opening round, Takaloo (154) bravely stuck to the task, but never looked likely to upset the smooth-moving southpaw champion. It was a solid performance from Santos (154), his accurate punching and excellent movement keeping him in control, and although the English-based Iranian did his best he was up against a man who was always one move ahead.         
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2002-08-17 [[Daniel Santos]] w pts 12 [[Mehrdud Takaloo]], Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 116-112, 117-110, 116-111. Cut over the right eye as early as the opening round, although Takaloo (154) bravely stuck to the task he never looked likely to upset the smooth-moving southpaw champion. It was a solid performance from Santos (154), his accurate punching and excellent movement keeping him in control, and although the English-based Iranian did his best he was up against a man who was always one move ahead.         
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:46, 11 June 2013

2002-08-17 Daniel Santos w pts 12 Mehrdud Takaloo, Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 116-112, 117-110, 116-111. Cut over the right eye as early as the opening round, although Takaloo (154) bravely stuck to the task he never looked likely to upset the smooth-moving southpaw champion. It was a solid performance from Santos (154), his accurate punching and excellent movement keeping him in control, and although the English-based Iranian did his best he was up against a man who was always one move ahead.