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2004-04-10 Lamon Brewster w rsc 5 Vladimir Klitschko, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Robert Byrd. In a contest for the vacant title, Brewster (226) came back from the brink of defeat to beat the former champion, Klitschko (243). For the opening four rounds, Klitschko found Brewster an easy target for the left jab and straight rights and in the fourth he had the latter over from a solid right to the head. Although the referee saw it as a slip, moments later Klitschko hammered in another terrific right to the head and this time Brewster did go down. Up at ‘seven’ Brewster came right back at Klitschko in the fifth and with big man now running out of wind he was given a standing count after taking a left hook that knocked him into the ropes. Klitschko could barely stand up at this stage of the fight and when he fell to his knees, virtually drained of energy the referee stopped the contest just after the bell rang to end the session.   
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2004-04-10 [[Lamon Brewster]] w rsc 5 [[Wladimir Klitschko]], Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Robert Byrd. In a contest for the vacant title, Brewster (226) came back from the brink of defeat to beat the former champion, Klitschko (243). For the opening four rounds, Klitschko found Brewster an easy target for the left jab and straight rights and in the fourth he had the latter over from a solid right to the head. Although the referee saw it as a slip, moments later Klitschko hammered in another terrific right to the head and this time Brewster did go down. Up at ‘seven’ Brewster came right back at Klitschko in the fifth and with big man now running out of wind he was given a standing count after taking a left hook that knocked him into the ropes. Klitschko could barely stand up at this stage of the fight and when he fell to his knees, virtually drained of energy the referee stopped the contest just after the bell rang to end the session.   
  
 
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Revision as of 12:08, 11 March 2012

2004-04-10 Lamon Brewster w rsc 5 Wladimir Klitschko, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Robert Byrd. In a contest for the vacant title, Brewster (226) came back from the brink of defeat to beat the former champion, Klitschko (243). For the opening four rounds, Klitschko found Brewster an easy target for the left jab and straight rights and in the fourth he had the latter over from a solid right to the head. Although the referee saw it as a slip, moments later Klitschko hammered in another terrific right to the head and this time Brewster did go down. Up at ‘seven’ Brewster came right back at Klitschko in the fifth and with big man now running out of wind he was given a standing count after taking a left hook that knocked him into the ropes. Klitschko could barely stand up at this stage of the fight and when he fell to his knees, virtually drained of energy the referee stopped the contest just after the bell rang to end the session.