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2003-01-04 [[DeMarcus Corley]] w pts 12 [[Randall Bailey]], The Armory, Washington DC, USA - WBO. Referee: Joseph Cooper. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-112, 117-111. In a match where fireworks were expected, the action was at best lacklustre as the fast and clever southpaw champion made a point of not allowing Bailey (139) to target him with the right hand. Although Corley (140) occasionally fired in jarring left crosses that hurt Bailey, it was all too infrequent and even when the latter found himself in range to unload the right hand more often than not he failed to do so. With the crowd becoming restless from before the halfway stage, the fighters made some effort in the eighth but when that fizzled out boos sounded out for the rest of the contest.
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2003-01-04 [[DeMarcus Corley]] w pts 12 [[Randall Bailey]], The Armory, Washington DC, USA - WBO. Referee: Joseph Cooper. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-112, 117-111. In a match where fireworks were expected, the action was at best lacklustre as the fast and clever southpaw champion made a point of not allowing Bailey (139) to target him with the right hand. Although Corley (140) occasionally fired in jarring left crosses that hurt Bailey, it was all too infrequent and even when the latter found himself in range to unload the right hand more often than not he failed to do so. With the crowd becoming restless from before the halfway stage the fighters made some effort in the eighth, but when that fizzled out boos sounded out for the rest of the contest.
  
 
[[Category: 2003 Title Contests]]
 
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[[Category: Junior Welterweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 16:55, 30 March 2012

2003-01-04 DeMarcus Corley w pts 12 Randall Bailey, The Armory, Washington DC, USA - WBO. Referee: Joseph Cooper. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-112, 117-111. In a match where fireworks were expected, the action was at best lacklustre as the fast and clever southpaw champion made a point of not allowing Bailey (139) to target him with the right hand. Although Corley (140) occasionally fired in jarring left crosses that hurt Bailey, it was all too infrequent and even when the latter found himself in range to unload the right hand more often than not he failed to do so. With the crowd becoming restless from before the halfway stage the fighters made some effort in the eighth, but when that fizzled out boos sounded out for the rest of the contest.