Difference between revisions of "2004-09-11 Zsolt Erdei w pts 12 Alejandro Lakatos, Ice Hockey Stadium, Budapest, Hungary - WBO"

From Barry Hugman's History of Championship Boxing
Jump to: navigation, search
(Created page with "2004-09-11 Zsolt Erdei w pts 12 Alejandro Lakatus, Ice Hockey Stadium, Budapest, Hungary - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 116-112, 118-109, 116-111. Although the cha...")
 
(One intermediate revision by one other user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
2004-09-11 Zsolt Erdei w pts 12 Alejandro Lakatus, Ice Hockey Stadium, Budapest, Hungary - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 116-112, 118-109, 116-111. Although the champion had Lakatus (174¼) in some difficulty early on, when scoring with solid counters, and won the opening five rounds he began to tire in the middle stages. Fighting sparingly, Erdei (174) did enough to influence the judges with last-minute bursts in every session, but after Lakatus was finally docked a point for going low in the seventh it was an uphill battle for him.  
+
2004-09-11 [[Zsolt Erdei]] w pts 12 [[Alejandro Lakatos]], Ice Hockey Stadium, Budapest, Hungary - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 116-112, 118-109, 116-111. Although the champion had Lakatos (174¼) in some difficulty early on, when scoring with solid counters, and won the opening five rounds he began to tire in the middle stages. Fighting sparingly, Erdei (174) did enough to influence the judges with last-minute bursts in every session, but after Lakatos was finally docked a point for going low in the seventh it was an uphill battle for him.  
  
 
[[Category: 2004 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 2004 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Light Heavyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Light Heavyweight Division]]

Revision as of 09:17, 30 January 2012

2004-09-11 Zsolt Erdei w pts 12 Alejandro Lakatos, Ice Hockey Stadium, Budapest, Hungary - WBO. Referee: Joachim Jacobsen. Scorecards: 116-112, 118-109, 116-111. Although the champion had Lakatos (174¼) in some difficulty early on, when scoring with solid counters, and won the opening five rounds he began to tire in the middle stages. Fighting sparingly, Erdei (174) did enough to influence the judges with last-minute bursts in every session, but after Lakatos was finally docked a point for going low in the seventh it was an uphill battle for him.