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2004-02-28 [[Markus Beyer]] w pts 12 [[Andre Thysse]], Mehrzweck Hall, Dresden, Germany - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 119-109, 117-111, 117-112. Giving away six inches in height to the tough challenger, also a southpaw, was not a problem for Beyer (166¾) and he was soon landing with accurate rights and lefts from range to avoid any repetition of his last contest. In the third round, Thysse (167¼) did manage to hurt Beyer with a right hook to the jaw, but thereafter rarely threatened as the latter boxed his way to a comprehensive points win.   
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2004-02-28 [[Markus Beyer]] w pts 12 [[Andre Thysse]], Mehrzweck Hall, Dresden, Germany - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 119-109, 117-111, 117-112. Giving away six inches in height to the tough challenger, also a southpaw, was not a problem for Beyer (166¾), and he was soon landing with accurate rights and lefts from range to avoid any repetition of his last contest. In the third round Thysse (167¼) did manage to hurt Beyer with a right hook to the jaw, but thereafter rarely threatened as the latter boxed his way to a comprehensive points win.   
 
      
 
      
 
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Latest revision as of 14:54, 1 July 2013

2004-02-28 Markus Beyer w pts 12 Andre Thysse, Mehrzweck Hall, Dresden, Germany - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 119-109, 117-111, 117-112. Giving away six inches in height to the tough challenger, also a southpaw, was not a problem for Beyer (166¾), and he was soon landing with accurate rights and lefts from range to avoid any repetition of his last contest. In the third round Thysse (167¼) did manage to hurt Beyer with a right hook to the jaw, but thereafter rarely threatened as the latter boxed his way to a comprehensive points win.